Mimi Fox

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Mimi Fox is an American jazz guitarist and educator, known internationally for her work.[1] She has released seven albums,[2] with 2006's Perpetually Hip reaching #23 on the Billboard "Top Jazz Albums" chart.[3]

Perpetually Hip is a two-disc set containing standards and new tunes written by Fox. One disc features solo recordings of Fox's while the other is with a band composed of fellow artists: bassist Harvie S, drummer Billy Hart, and pianist Xavier Davis. The album was released on April 4, 2006 on Favored Nations offshoot label Favored Nations Cool.

Fox is Chair of the Guitar Department, a faculty advisor and instructor at the Jazzschool for Musical Study and Performance in Berkeley, California.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cleveland, Barry. (April 1, 2004) Elegant Thunder -- Mimi Fox Storms the Bebop Bastions Guitar Player Hosted at mywire.com. Retrieved 20-07-2008.
  2. ^ Joyce, Mike. (May 11, 2006) "Perpetually Hip" Favored Nations Cool Washington Post. Retrieved 20-07-2008.
  3. ^ Billboard charting. Retrieved 20-07-2008.

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