Keith Pray Ortet featuring Tony Monaco

Addresse5342 Parkis Mills Rd
AtThe Cock 'n Bull Restaurant
CountySaratoga (NY2996)
5342 Parkis Mills Rd
The Cock 'n Bull Restaurant
Saratoga (NY2996)
Tel 2018-03-18
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Keith Pray Ortet featuring Tony Monaco

This one night only show will be a night of greasy, soulful grooves, seeped in funky blues and marinated in the tradition of great jazz organ music. If you want a night of feel good music, come on down to the Cock n' Bull. The Band will include Keith Pray (sax), Tony Monaco (Hammond organ), Tim Reyes (guitar) and Jeff Dowd (drums) Admission is $20 Email: Phone and reservations at 518.882.6962 Tony Monaco: Hailing from Columbus, Ohio and mentored by the legendary Jimmy Smith in what is considered the more classic style, Monaco does not swing, smolder or smoke. "Tony Monaco burns is this most fitting. " CriticalJazz Review. Tony Monaco began his keyboard life at age eight. When he was twelve, his destiny as a jazz organist was sealed when he first heard Jimmy Smith.

An enthusiastic student, Tony began working in Jazz clubs as a teenager in his native Columbus, Ohio, guided by local organ gurus Hank Marr and Don Patterson. Four years later, Jimmy Smith invited Tony to come play at his club in California, a peak lifetime experience for Tony. In April 2000, Tony met fellow jazz organist Joey DeFrancesco, who offered to produce a debut CD for him. This collaboration resulted in the critically acclaimed "Burnin Grooves”. The international success of the recording served as the catalyst for regional and national tours. Tony has since released 8 International releases and toured around the globe many times, including touring and recording with jazz guitar legend Pat Martino. Also for more info on: Keith Pray Tony Monaco

“Tony Monaco may be the best organ player you have yet to hear of, flying stealth while playing some of the hottest B3 around.
Mentored by the legendary Jimmy Smith… Monaco does not swing, smolder or smoke, Tony Monaco burns is the most fitting. ” -Critical Jazz Review
Tony not only burns but you can feel the smoke
One month from today.

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