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Elias Haslanger re-releases "The Journey," exclusively for patrons

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Elias Haslanger
Jazz saxophonist and composer Elias Haslanger has digitally re-released his 1993 recording The Journey exclusively for patrons who support Elias through Patronism.com, the new website and model by which independent artists and arts supporters can establish a sustainable relationship.

The Journey features Rich Harney on piano, Jeff Haley on bass, Chris Searles on drums, Tito Carrillo on trumpet, and Freddie Mendoza on trombone. Originally recorded in 1993, the set features 6 original compositions and 3 arrangements of classic jazz standards.

About Elias Haslanger—Jazz saxophonist and composer who has played and recorded with Ellis Marsalis, Maynard Ferguson, Asleep at the Wheel, the Temptations and many more. He has four critically acclaimed CD releases which have been played on radio stations across the globe.

About Patronism.com

Patronism is a tool for musicians to augment or replace dwindling CD sales with sustaining subscriptions. Our platform allows people who love music to connect with and support the music they love. Patronage is the oldest way to fund the arts and Patronism is the newest way to do it.

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