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  Earlie Braggs Quartet: It's About Time  
     
 

The new CD by the Earlie Braggs Quartet has arrived. It's About Time can be ordered here

It's About Time

The Earlie Braggs Quartet

    Earlie Braggs, Trombone and vocals
    Wayne Hawkins, Piano                   
    Craig Akin, Bass
    Tim Cambron, Drums  

It's About Time

    The Days of Wine and Roses Mancini/Mercer 4:55
    Triste   Jobim 6:03
    Kidney Stew  Blackman/Vinson 4:33
    Georgia  Carmichael 4:39
    Up Jumped Spring  Hubbard 4:31
    Bye Bye Blackbird   Henderson/Dixon 3:19
    Don’t Get Around Much Anymore  Ellington 3:40
    God Bless the Child   Holiday/Herzog 6:06
    Stolen Moments  Nelson 7:14
    Time After Time  Stanley/Cahn 3:55
    Polka Dots and Moonbeams Van Heusen/Burke 4:28
    My Secret Love  Parish/Sherwood 4:50

  
     
 
 
Meet Earlie 
 
Many people know Earlie Braggs as a charismatic person who helps people find music for many occasions.  He is best known, however, as a jazz trombonist, bass player and  vocalist.  Earlie Braggs is an experienced jazz professional with extensive training contributing to his professional performance career.  He has performed throughout the United States dating back to 1975. Some of these performances have been  with music ensembles backing some of the worlds’ most renowned jazz artists and entertainers including trumpeters Cat Anderson and Clark Terry, clarinetist Henry Questa, jazz violinist Claude “Fiddler” Williams, 'Master of the Sax' Richie Cole, jazz pianist  Jay “Hootie” McShann, Della Reese, Nancy Wilson, Steve Allen, Cab Calloway, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and the New York Voices.  From 1997 through 1999 he went on several jazz tours with the Illinois Jacquet Big Band to Europe (France, Germany, Holland, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Belgium), and the U.S.- Kansas City (Kansas City Jazz Festival), Chicago (Chicago Jazz Festival) and New York's famous Lincoln Center.

It’s About Time is  Earlie's first CD with the Earlie Braggs Quartet.  His discography with other orchestra leaders and artists  includes Mentor,  with the Kerry Strayer Septet featuring Gary Foster, Kerry Strayer's Christmas in Kansas City, and Steppin’ Out, with the Jazz Heritage Orchestra (a professional jazz orchestra organized through the Black Studies Department. at Cleveland State University), among others.
 
 
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