Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds | Beneath Stained Glass (Live)

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Beneath Stained Glass (Live)

by Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds

Live Beneath Stained Glass is an original blend of blues, jazz, funk, and soul fused with the flavor of the classical reed quintet.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Buckhorn Saloon (Live)
Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds
3:43 $1.29
2. Biggsy (Live)
Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds
3:55 $1.29
3. On My Way (Live)
Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds
4:04 $1.29
4. Jimmy B. (Live)
Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds
4:02 $1.29
5. Let Go (Live)
Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds
5:33 $1.29
6. My Mother's Eyes (Live)
Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds
4:39 $1.29
7. Rocky (Live)
Jackie Myers & Paradise Winds
4:18 $1.29
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Album Notes
Jackie Myers, vocals and piano
Mitchell Vandenburg, bass
Adam Nurre, Drums

The sound of blue-eyed soul: beautiful, captivating, complex, and always with an edge. That’s the sound of Jackie Myers. Some call the style “groove” or “funk.” Others don’t try to name it and just like to listen to the flavors of blues, jazz, funk, and soul. It’s a sound that Patrick Dennis of Austin’s Mix 94.7 called “fabulous.” The Austin-based Jackie Myers Band can sometimes be found packing the best venues in Austin. At other times this travelling troubadour can be found in San Antonio, Dallas, or relentlessly touring all across America, playing all manner of clubs, venues, and festivals.
Jackie’s creative talent is showcased on the band’s three cd’s: Count to Three, released in 2010, and Ten Foot Twins, released in 2012 and Third. The band collaborated with the famed and talented Paradise Winds, a classical reed quintet out of Phoenix, AZ, for their fourth album, Live Beneath Stained Glass. "Count to Three" shows a blossoming talent exploring musical boundaries. This is on display in, among others, "Clueless and Penniless," an emotionally riveting portrayal of love gone awry, as well as the irreverent and tempo-jumping "Jimmy B."

Paradise Winds
Tiffany Pan, oboe
Joshua Gardner, clarinet
Patrick Murphy, saxophones
Stefanie Gardner, bass clarinet
Joseph Kluesener, bassoon

Paradise Winds, a Phoenix, AZ-based reed quintet, met while pursuing graduate degrees in music at Arizona State University and have been performing together since 2005. Paradise Winds have appeared to over a million weekly listeners on American Public Media’s Performance Today in 2011 and 2013. In recent past, the Paradise Winds were featured in the Phoenix-based award-winning Downtown Chamber Series, collaborators with the Grammy-winning Phoenix Chorale, and have appeared with Classical Revolution PHX.
Individual members of Paradise Winds have appeared with Chicago Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, AIMS Festival Orchestra (Graz, Austria), Wintergreen Summer Music Festival Orchestra (Virginia, USA), and in Arizona with The Phoenix Symphony, Tucson Symphony, Arizona Opera, and Ballet Arizona. They have also appeared locally for the Phoenix Catholic Diocese presenting children’s concerts in Peoria, Glendale, Mesa, Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, and Goodyear, AZ.
Paradise Winds are active conference performers, playing at annual conferences for the International Double Reed Society (IDRS) held in Arizona, Ohio, California, Tokyo, and Georgia, and for the 2014 International Clarinet Association conference in Louisiana. They have also performed at North American Saxophone Alliance conferences in 2011, 2012, and 2015.
Active teachers, members of Paradise Winds hold positions at Arizona State University, Grand Canyon University, and in the Maricopa Community Colleges (Phoenix-area), and have served in positions and given residencies abroad in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Ecuador, and Qatar.
Agents of new repertoire, Paradise Winds have commissioned works by Joel Puckett, Kurt Mehlenbacher, Deborah Kavasch, John Marvin, Robbie McCarthy, Kincaid Rabb, and Tom Peterson, and premiered the first-ever North American concerto grosso for reed quintet and orchestra by teen composer, Graham Cohen, during the 2014-2015 season with MusicaNova Orchestra.



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