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Cavanaugh brings his original music to new audiences

...groups and a number of well known musicians, including members of Native American rock group Redbone and saxophonist Jim Pepper, who plays on "Black and White Raven." That album continues to be his most popular, he said, noting that recent...
Smokehouse to RocK Celebration

...percussion I was looking for." Depoe brought in Redbone lead guitarist Tony Bellamy and the trio, with saxophonist Jim Pepper and a huge cast of session players, spent almost two years recording out of 24-track PacWest studio in Redmond, Wash...
This WeeK

...American Heritage Month in November on Cy Peck Jr.'s "The World's Greatest Jazz Show," 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays. Jim Pepper, Lionel Hampton, Illinois Jacquet, Rita Coolidge, Keely Smith, Louis Prima, Charles Jefferson, Robbie Robertson...
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Native tradition meets jazz innovation: Native Jazz Quartet to perform Friday other jazz musicians who'd experimented with combining traditional Native American music and jazz, specifically Jim Pepper and Don Pullen. Pepper, of Creek and Kaw ancestry, was an Oregon-based jazz saxophone player who worked Native American...
Juneau singer releases his long-distance labor of love

...Southeast Alaska resident, talks extensively about his Tlingit heritage. Among the musicians Cavanaugh has played with is Jim Pepper, probably the world's most acclaimed Native saxophonist, who came to Juneau to contribute to "Black and White Raven...
Rediscovering the musical magic of Jim Pepper

...jazz artist who also has a direct connection to Juneau. Jim Pepper was a tenor saxophonist from the Pacific Northwest...range of influences in this man's life. Listen to Jim Pepper and you are listening to a life that has expressed many...


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