Ken Peplowski

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Ken Peplowski
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Ken Peplowski (Eugene, Oregon, 2007).
Background information
Birth name Ken Peplowski
Born (1959-05-23) May 23, 1959 (age 55)
Origin Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
Genres Dixieland
Swing
Mainstream jazz
Traditional pop
Instruments Clarinet
Tenor saxophone
Labels Arbors Records
Associated acts Tommy Newsom
Howard Alden
Kenny Davern

Ken Peplowski (born May 23, 1959) is a jazz clarinetist and tenor saxophonist born in Cleveland, Ohio, known primarily for playing in the swing music idiom. He is sometimes compared to Benny Goodman in terms of tone and virtuosity. For over a decade, Peplowski recorded for Concord Records; his most recent albums have appeared on the Nagel-Heyer Records record label.

In 2007 Peplowski was named jazz advisor of Oregon Festival of American Music and music director of Jazz Party at The Shedd, both in Eugene, Oregon.

Discography[edit]

•"Maybe September" (2013)

With Kenny Davern[edit]

Released Album Notes Label
2001-10-30
"The Jazz KENnection"
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Arbors Records
2006-05-08
"Dialogues"
w/ Kenny Davern
Arbors Records

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