Modern Groove Syndicate

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Modern Groove Syndicate is a contemporary jazz instrumental band performing original music Jazz-funk or Acid jazz based in Richmond, Virginia.

Members[edit]

Members include Daniel Clarke – keyboard (who has toured with Mandy Moore and k.d. lang), Joel DeNunzio - drums, Todd Herrington - bass, JC Kuhl – sax (former member of Agents of Good Roots), and Trey Pollard - guitar.

Awards[edit]

The band was an Independent Music Awards finalist in 2004 and winner in 2005 with "Too Good That It's Gone" as Best Jazz Song.[1] Modern Groove Syndicate was given Richmond Magazine’s 2007 Theresa Pollack Award for excellence in the arts (ensemble. Named Virginia's Best Jazz Band in NineVolt Magazine poll Feb. 22, 2004.

Discography[edit]

Releases on Courthouse Records: First release, self-titled, Feb. 15, 2002, CH 1001, Second release, Vessel, Feb. 10, 2004, CH 0903, licensed for release in Japan. Their first CD was a double entry in the 45th Grammies. Latest CD: Ms. Popular, Courthouse Records CH 0406, Released 12/18/07 [third], licensed by P-Vine for release in Japan.

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