Detroit JazzStage Features the Paul Keller Ensemble recorded Live at The Max

The Max bannerDetroit JazzStage is pleased to announce a partnership with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Max M Fisher Music Center. “The Max” is a state of the art performing arts complex built in 2003. They are home to the world famous Detroit Symphony Orchestra as well as to jazz, pops, family concerts and more. This episode is the first of three live Detroit JazzStage podcasts from their Jazz Club @ The Max series. To learn more about The Max M. Fisher Music Center surf to http://jazzstage.us or http://detroitsymphony.com.

This month’s guest, the Paul Keller Ensemble, is one of Michigan’s best combos. They perform classic, obscure and original material covering the entire history of jazz. The performance was recorded on November 17th by Detroit JazzStage Sound Engineer/Producer Mark Byerly and was emceed by your host Jim Gallert.

For more information on the Paul Keller Ensemble, go to http://pkorecords.com.

Music
NTK – Paul Keller
The Word On The Street– Paul Keller
Ya Know – Paul Finkbeiner
PK’s Tempo – Paul Keller

Paul Keller Ensemble Members
Paul Keller – Bass
Ellen Rowe – Piano
Sean Dobbins – Drums
Paul Finkbeiner – Trumpet
Keith Kaminski – Alto/Tenor Saxophones
Terry Kamura – Trombone
Susan Chastain – Vocals

Acknowledgements:
Opening Music
– Mark Byerly’s Marks Mood available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
Closing Music – Mark Byerly’s Erroenious available on Bop Culture’s CD The E.P.
Go to bopculture.com for more information

A special thanks goes out to Mack Avenue Records recording artist Sean Jones for supplying us with our introduction. Go to http://www.mackavenue.com for more information on Sean and their many other great artists.

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