TaurusBeats Gospel Jazz
Developing your aural (hearing) skills is important in music creation. You can develop many new skills that include the ability to improvise on your instrument - straight from your mind, name tones and chords by ear, transcribe a tune when you hear it and learn and recall new songs by ear.
If it's anything related to Gospel Jazz Music, you will find what you're looking for right here at gospel-jazz-music.com! With this site, I endeavor to bring you the music, artists, bands and information related to this fast-growing music genre, from all over the world! I am a Gospel Jazz Musician, Music Producer and lover of the genre, so you can rest assured that what you're searching for will most likely be featured here at the site.
Gospel Jazz Music Artists (Musicians), this page provides helpful links and other valuable resources to help you. I know what it's like to be an aspiring artist in the music business. Plus, as the drummer of The Upper Room: A Gospel Jazz Band, I remember how I had to search and dig for information on my own, with no help. It was tough juggling the business of music and the art of creating and performing music.
I am the drummer for a Gospel Jazz band, The Upper Room. Here is a bio that was put together on me a few years back.
Here are some valuable tips for Gospel Jazz Music Artists to have Effective Band Rehearsals. Any music artist can benefit from these tips as well.
Staff Sergeant Marco A. Muñoz plays alto saxophone in the Band of the US Air Force Reserve Concert Band and Ceremonial Band. He also plays tenor sax for the Jazz Ensemble and is the Operations Representative for that group. Sergeant Muñoz also serves as a music arranger for the Band.