Ted Kooshian

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Ted Kooshian outside Bargemusic in Brooklyn, NY (26 June 2008)

Ted Kooshian (born October 8, 1961) is a New York jazz pianist and keyboardist who has performed with artists that include Aretha Franklin, Chuck Berry,[1]Marvin Hamlisch, Sarah Brightman,[2] and Blood, Sweat, and Tears.[1] Kooshian has played in many Broadway pit orchestras,[3] and is a member of the Ed Palermo Big Band.[4] Originally from San Jose, California, Kooshian has been actively performing since the 1980s. He has released three CDs: Clockwork (2004),[5] Ted Kooshian's Standard Orbit Quartet (2008) (on Summit Records),[6] and Underdog, And Other Stories... (2009) (on Summit Records).[7]

Discography[edit]

  • Ted Kooshian's Standard Orbit Quartet “Underdog, And Other Stories...”
  • Ted Kooshian “Ted Kooshian’s Standard Orbit Quartet”
  • Ted Kooshian “Clockwork”
  • Michael Andrew “A Swingerhead Christmas”
  • Pete McGuinness “Voice Like A Horn”
  • Swear And Shake “Maple Ridge”
  • Ed Palermo Big Band “Plays The Music of Frank Zappa”
  • Ed Palermo Big Band “Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance”
  • Ed Palermo Big Band “Eddy Loves Frank”
  • Ed Palermo Big Band “Oh No! Not Jazz!!”
  • Alexis P. Suter Band “Just Another Fool”
  • Judy Barnett “Swingin”
  • Judy Barnett “The Road to my Heart”
  • Judy Barnett “Too Darn Hot”
  • Rick Wald “Aural Hieroglyphics”
  • Rick Wald 16NYC “Castaneda’s Dreams”
  • Rick Wald 16NYC “Play That Thing”
  • Scott Whitfield “Speaking of Love”
  • Ray Marchica “A Different View”
  • various artists “Welcome to the Jazz Café”

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