Another Time, Another Place from Robin Spielberg

Robin Spielberg (born 1962) is an American pianist who was born in New Jersey. Raised in the suburban town of Maplewood, she is a Columbia High School alumni. She attended Michigan State University and later Tisch School of the Arts at New York University where she graduated with high honors and a BFA in drama. She currently lives in the rural community of New Freedom, Pennsylvania.

Al Jewer

Al Jewer is a Native American flutist from Wisconsin. He has worked as a record producer and engineer, and as a studio musician, but he has become well known internationally for his work on the Native American flute. His original training was with the concert flute, and he has been performing classical music with that instrument since the early 1980s. In 1984, he established Laughing Cat Studio, and in 1994, Laughing Cat Records to give himself control over the recording, production and distribution of his music. This has given him the chance to work with many other musicians of the Midwestern United States, including Blackhawk, David Storei and Roxanne Neat, Natty Nation, Adrian Belew and Weekend Wages. Laughing Cat Records currently features artists who perform in Ambient, Native American, Reggae, Classical and Folk. Al has released two solo albums: River Crossing and Prairie Plain Song as well as Two Trees and Music of the Earth (with Andy Mitran).[1] He also previously formed a duo with Christine Ibach called Cedar Wind. Cedar Wind released two albums, Feather on the Wind and Kindred Spirits. His recent music often features harmonies on the alto and bass flute with melodies on the Native American flute.


VIDEO: Al Jewer & Andy Mitran - Two Trees


Scott was born in Los Angeles, California. He is the son of prolific film and television composer Nathan Scott, who had more than 850 television credits and more than 100 film credits as a composer, orchestrator and conductor, including credit for composing the theme songs for Dragnet and Lassie. His best-known works are the theme songs for TV series from the 1970s and 1980s — Starsky and Hutch (a track entitled "Gotcha!") and The Streets of San Francisco, and his soprano sax solo and fills on the 1975 #1 hit single Listen to What the Man Said for Wings. In 1982, Scott also collaborated with Johnny Mathis to write & record two versions -- lyrical and instrumental -- of "Without Us", the theme to the 80's sitcom Family Ties. His song "Today" is sampled in the Pete Rock & CL Smooth 1992 hit They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.).


Mike Garson

Mike Garson is an American pianist, most notable for his work with David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Billy Corgan, Free Flight, and The Smashing Pumpkins. Parallel to this work with David Bowie, Garson engaged in his own solo career as a jazz pianist, pushing the bounds of his art. He is regarded in the industry as one of the very few 'rock' pianists capable of performing extended piano solos. He remains one of the most highly sought-after session musicians with a unique sound of his own. In 1993, Garson began a short-lived series of Screen Themes albums, jazz renditions of major themes and suites from film scores of 1993. WIKIPEDIA

VIDEO: World renowned pianist Mike Garson who has been David Bowie's pianist since 1973 does his version of the Bowie Classic Space Oddity during a very special up close and personal concert at The Vibe in Monrovia, California.

Andy Mitran

Mitran Music

Five time Emmy award winner Andy Mitran started his career in music as a child. He went on to become the Music Director on TV's longest running children's program, The Bozo Show. Andy has written almost four hundred pieces of music that have been used on the Oprah Winfrey show, Dr. Oz, the Nate Berkus show and many others. As a studio owner, he has completed projects for some of Chicago's Biggest Brands including the Bulls, Cubs, Sox, WGN, WTTW and Empire Carpets.

Alysia Tromblay

I have been practicing as a healer, teacher, singer and songwriter for more than twenty years. I now live in Washington State with my great love and our two sons. All of what I do, really, has to do with a quality of prayer; a way of acknowledging my passion for the Sacred and its' ability to transform humanity, to inspire my life and heart.
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VIDEO: Alysia Tromblay ~ Green Tara Mother Mantra

Jeff Golub (April 15, 1955 – January 1, 2015) was an American jazz guitarist

Golub was a contemporary jazz guitarist with 12 solo albums and three CDs as the leader of the instrumental band, Avenue Blue. Before becoming an instrumentalist, Golub worked as a sideman to a number of successful rock and pop artists. He was arguably best known for his work with Rod Stewart, with whom he played from 1988 until 1995 performing on four albums and five world tours, as well as recording the live DVD, One Night Only, at the Royal Albert Hall. WIKIPEDIA

VIDEO: Jeff Golub performs on the Holland America's m/s Westerdam January 19, 2009 for the Smooth Jazz Cruise

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