[Dixielandjazz] Grady Gardenhire - young 'bone' player

Mike mike at railroadstjazzwest.com
Fri Jun 8 11:46:24 PDT 2007

I think It's good to be versatile in your playing. Being able to 
play more than one style keeps your working and keeps those 
musicial ideas flowing. A little advice that Bob Havens gave me.


David Dustin wrote:

> ====================
> I surely wish him well. But I can only hope the Manhattan School of Music
> doesn¹t turn this OKOM-leaning kid into Steve Turre or Conrad Herwig instead
> of Russ Phillips Sr/Jr or John Allred (recent exemplars).  It would be nice
> if somebody, somewhere, could endow the Jack Teagarden Department of Jazz
> Trombone Studies somewhere so that trad bone could have a permanent advocate
> in the halls of music education.  Does that wealthy/altruistic Domino¹s
> pizza founder happen to love OKOM, by any chance?
> David Dustin, who wishes he had 1/100th of Jack¹s techique

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