Maxjazz

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MAXJAZZ is an American jazz record label founded in 1998 by Richard McDonnell, who previously was an investment banker.[1] Its catalog contains over 80 vocal and instrumental recordings. MAXJAZZ recordings are generally regarded as a "straight-ahead" acoustic style of jazz. It is based in St Louis, Missouri.[2]

Recording artists[edit]

Claudia Acuña
Bruce Barth
Erin Bode
LaVerne Butler
Carla Cook
Emanuele Cisi
Dena DeRose
Asa Harris
Christine Hitt
Geoffrey Keezer
Nancy King
Frank LoCrasto
Romero Lubambo
Russell Malone
Phillip Manuel
René Marie
Peter Martin
Rebecca Martin
Cassandre McKinley
Mulgrew Miller
Ben Paterson
Jeb Patton
Jeremy Pelt
John Proulx
Eric Reed
Mary Stallings
Terell Stafford
Trio Da Paz & Joe Locke
Manuel Valera
Patti Wicks
Jack Wilkins
Jessica Williams
Steve Wilson
Ben Wolfe
Denny Zeitlin

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schiowitz, Jana (June 19, 2004) "Branding Jazz to the Max". Billboard. 116/25. pp. 37–38.
  2. ^ "Record Label: Mazzjazz". All About Jazz. Retrieved December 7, 2013.

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