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What Tomorrow May Bring by Jay T. Vonada

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Album Title: Expressions
Label: Self Produced
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Easy-going brass and string alchemy.

About the Album

The final track titled "What Tomorrow May Bring" on my upcoming album "Expressions" to be released on Tuesday June 2, 2015. Jay Vonada will be releasing his fifth CD entitled “Expressions” on Tuesday June 2, 2015. This will be Jay’s first quartet CD since his debut recording “Jammin’” back in 2008 which featured trombone, keyboard, bass and drums. This CD will feature Jay on trombone, Mac Himes on guitar, Bob Hart on bass and Kevin Lowe on drums. The CD was recorded on Saturday November 22, 2014 in Altoona Pennsylvania at Data Music Services with Dave Villani serving as recording engineer. The recording will feature eight original compositions by Jay. A CD release party is scheduled for Saturday June 6 at The Green Drake Gallery and Arts Center in Millheim Pennsylvania from 7:00-8:30pm, www.greendrakeart.com.

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Jay T. Vonada
Jay T. Vonada

trombone

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June 2, 2015

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