Terrence Brewer | Friends of Mine: Setting the Standard, Vol. 3

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Friends of Mine: Setting the Standard, Vol. 3

by Terrence Brewer

"Friends Of Mine" is an amazing collection of jazz standards by Horace Silver, John Scofield, Bill Evans, Wayne Shorter, and others which deliver an amazing tribute to the jazz legends who have come before us.
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Recently proclaimed by long-time music scribe, David Becker (SF Examiner/AXS.com), as the San Francisco Bay areas #1 Jazz Guitarist, Multiple-Award winning guitarist Terrence Brewer is a first-call and in-demand bandleader, record producer, concert performer, studio musician, and one of the San Francisco Bay area’s foremost and sought after music educators.

Brewer returns with his quartet, releasing his 9th album as a bandleader, "Friends Of Mine". "Friends Of Mine" is an amazing collection of jazz standards by Horace Silver, John Scofield, Bill Evans, Wayne Shorter, and others. Showcasing his versatility as a bandleader, arranger, and improviser, Brewer, once again, delivers an amazing tribute to the jazz legends who have come before him.

Brewer has produced and released 8 nationally acclaimed albums (including two released in February 2014, ‘Mi Historia (My Story) The Calling: Volume 4’ and ‘Mosaic – Setting The Standard: Volume 2’) on the record label (Strong Brew Music) he started in 2006. ‘Mi Historia’ and ‘Mosaic’ are albums #7 and #8 for Brewer as a bandleader. Brewer’s last four albums, ‘Citizen Rhythm: “Of, By, For The People” (2012), ‘Setting The Standard: Vol 1’ (2011), ‘Groovin Wes’ (2009), and ‘QuintEssential’ (2008), combined to spend over 100 weeks on the National JazzWeek Radio charts weekly top 50. Three of those albums made their way into the top 15 on the national JazzWeek radio charts (‘Groovin’ Wes’ #9, ‘Setting The Standard: Vol 1’ #12, and ‘QuintEssential’ #15).

Combined with being an in-demand record producer for himself and others, Brewer has lead his various groups in nearly 2500 performances in the last 8 years (over 200 in 2014); performing to sold-out crowds at the 52nd Annual Monterey Jazz Festival, the world famous Yoshi’s at Jack London Square, Yoshi’s San Francisco, SFJAZZ Jazz Festival, and countless other venues. In addition to headlining his own shows, Brewer has shared the stage with vocalist/pianist Diana Krall, Michael McDonald (Doobie Brothers), Gerald Albright, has worked with Mary Wilson (The Supremes), Darlene Love, Taylor Eigsti, Jay Lane, Dr. Anthony Brown, Pete Escovedo, and has studied with the likes of Charlie Hunter, Duck Baker, Tom Patitucci, Mark Levine. When Brewer is not touring regionally and nationally, he finds time to instruct/facilitate master classes, clinics, workshops, and lectures for the likes of Stanford Jazz Workshop, SFJAZZ, The Jazz School, Jazz Camp West, Blue Bear School of Music, Lafayette Summer Music Workshop, CMEA (California Music Educators Association), and presenting at colleges, high schools, middles schools, and public libraries throughout California including Los Medanos College, Chabot College, Santa Rosa Jr College, San Francisco University High School, Edna Brewer Middle School, the Nueva School, and many others



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