Tuesday, September 23, 2014 from 7:00-8:30pm, Laz Jazz will perform a debut concert at the Musical Instrument Museum Theater
My name is Larry Munoz. I created the Laz Jazz project because I want to provide music that is both unique and appealing to those who enjoy contemporary jazz.
The new CD has received a favorable review by music journalist Hans-Bernd Hülsmann.
This is the line-up of outstanding musicians who nailed down the 5 tracks, along with the sound engineer who recorded, mixed, and mastered them:
Nicole Pesce is a monumentally talented and versatile pianist/keyboardist who has performed for Muhammed Ali, Ricky Martin, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Lewis, and George Bush, Sr, to name a few.
Mel Brown toured with my favorite jazz saxophonist, Eric Marienthal, for 2 years, is a two-time Grammy Award winner, played on 10 number one singles and 6 number one albums.
Drums and Percussion
Perry Senn is an excellent, highly energetic and well-rounded drummer, endorsed by Rob Chiarelli, David Garfield, and Chris Colangelo. Perry is a consummate professional and a pleasure to work with.
John Wroble is the owner of Porcupine Studios and was one of the engineers who worked on the Grammy-winning album “Givin’ It Up” with George Benson and Al Jarreau. John has also helped engineer additional albums with George Benson, including a Boney James album (featuring George Benson) and an album by The Kingston Trio.
Collectively, the music I write contains elements of jazz, rock, soul, funk, Latin, and even classical at times.