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Through a repertoire of Coltrane infused melodies, bass driven rhythm and hints of Hip-Hop/R&B, 322 brings an original flavor to the modern jazz scene.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Woodwork
3:41 $1.50
2. Fundamental Flow
7:40 $1.50
3. Como La Lluvia (Like the Rain) [Live]
6:07 $1.50
4. Reputation
6:18 $1.50
5. Vibin'
5:08 $1.50
6. 5th and Roy
6:37 $1.50
7. Everything We Do
7:20 $1.50
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322 is a band from Tacoma, Washington comprised of both current and former students of the Pacific Lutheran University's Jazz Program. Each member comes with their own unique background allowing for a diverse and original sound. Founding members, BrandonLee Cierley (Saxophone) and Elliott Turner (Guitar), together with Josh Bozich (Bass), Thomas Horn (Drums) and Joshua VanCleave (Keyboard) came together to develop a fresh take on the jazz scene. Mentors of the band include David Deacon-Joyner, Tracy Knoop, and Kareem Kandi. 322 has had the great opportunity to be able to play some of the best jazz venues/events that the Pacific Northwest has to offer such as The Triple Door, First Annual Tacoma Jazz Walk, KNKX Live Studio Session, The B Sharp Coffee House, and many other local establishments.

Our music is openly enjoyed by a wide demographic and embodies the individuality from each member. We want our music to be inspiring to the younger up and coming musicians.



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