MP3 Earth Jazz Agents - Plan A
Vincent Herring, Anthony Wonsey, Richie Goods, Joris Dudli, along with special guest Jeremy Pelt created fresh and truly funky Earth Jazz.
9 MP3 Songs
JAZZ: Traditional Jazz Combo, JAZZ: Smooth Jazz
We call ourselves a "Real Band", a spirited unit that has been touring intensly for the past 7 years and still doing so. We''ve been developing an original, contemporary sound that bridges tradition with our times. This band is invigorating, dynamic and energetic. Our fan base is growing and attracts new young listeners and satifies the long- established jazz fan.
Vincent Herring, as, ts; Anthony Wonsey, p, keys; Richie Goods, b; Joris Dudli, dm; Special guest Jeremy Pelt, tp, flgh.
Vincent Herring- saxophones
Undoubtedly, one of today’s most important voices of the jazz saxophone, Vincent has recorded over 12 CD’s as a leader and over 100 (!) as a sideman. His long list of credits includes:The Freddie Hubbard Quintet, Nat Adderly Quintet, Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers, Horace Silver Quintet, Kenny Barron Quintet, Steve Turrey, Cedar Walton, Jack De Johnette’s Special Edition, Nancy Wilson and many others. Please ask for detailed discography!
Anthony Wonsey- piano
Anthony’s dedication and depth of talent earned him a full scholarship to Berklee College of Music. Since graduating Berklee in 1994 Anthony started working with a variety of important artist. He has recorded and / or toured with Nina Freelon, Kenny Garrett, Carmen Lundy, Antonio Hart, Clark Terry and Chris McBride. During the past few years, Anthony Wonsey found himself in the bands of Elvin Jones, Buster Williams, Lenny White,Nicholas Payton and Pharaoh Sanders. He currently records for Sharp Nine Records.
Richie Goods- bass
An electric and upright bassist hailing from Pittsburgh, Rich Goods began playing music at a young age. Goods has recorded and toured all over the world with a variety of big-name music acts, ranging from Milt Jackson and Stanley Turrentine to Will Smith, Whitney Houston,Christina Aguilera and Alicia Keys. The dawn of the new century found Rich Goods on tour with pianist Mulgrew Miller and guitarist Russell Malone, Steps Ahead, and The Manhattan Transfer living in Brooklyn between tours.
Joris Dudli- drums
Joris has been a steady member of the Vienna Art Orchestra and the Art Farmer Quintet from 1979 to 1985. After moving to the US in 1986, he has performed and recorded with many of the great jazz musicians of the world: The Zawinul Syndicate, Benny Golson, Curtis Fuller, Johnny Griffin, Mullgrew Miller, Clifford Jordan, Joe Lovano, Joe Henderson, George Garzone and many more.