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  1. MICA BETHEA — Stage 'N Studio (review) Album · · Big Band Maybe its because Mica isn’t associated with NYC that his name is not as well known yet, but his new CD, “Stage ‘n Studio”, should help change that. This is an excellent modern big band recording with complex music that is both challenging, but also loads of fun too.
  2. Stage 'n' Studio, an album by Mica Bethea Big Band on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Mar 30,  · He has released two albums with his own group that show his fervor for this instrumentation: the self-titled Mica Bethea Big Band and Stage n’ Studio. His big band incorporates some of the highest level of performers in the North Florida region, and the occasional special guest.5/5(3).
  4. Mica Bethea Big Band Florida - United States. Track this Artist/Band. Band Images. Band Details. Discography; Discography. change album image: Stage 'n' Studio. Label: Self-Release. Genres: Jazz Jonesin' for Thad.
  5. Mica Bethea Big Band. likes. Trumpet: Greg Balut, Rick Benedetto, Dave Champagne, Jay Forman, Alphonso Horne, Alex Nguyen, Ray Callender, Dan Rollan.
  6. The Mica Bethea Big Band CD/LP/Track Review Jerome Wilson Mouthpiece Music Stage 'N Studio Self Produced Mica Bethea Earth Wind and Fire Herbie Hancock Thad Jones Gina Benalcazar Lance Reed Corey Wilcox James Hogan Dennis Marks Juan Carlos Rollan Eric Rheim Linda Cole Rosemary Clooney Gil Evans Maria Schneider Josh Bowlus Steve Gallatin Scott.
  7. Jul 06,  · The Mica Bethea Big Band Jonesin’ for Thad Stage ‘N Studio Dave Liebman/Joe Lovano Locomotion Compassion: The Music of John Coltrane Scott Routenberg Trio Polyglot Every End is a Beginning Riverside The New National Anthem The New National Anthem
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