Enter the Abstract Logix "Wayne Krantz - Krantz Carlock Lefebvre" Autographed CD Giveaway Contest


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All About Jazz members are invited to enter the Abstract Logix “Wayne Krantz - Krantz Carlock Lefebvre“ autographed CD giveaway contest starting today. We'll select THREE winners at the conclusion of the contest on October 4th.

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About Wayne Krantz

Every time he puts a guitar in his hands - on stage, in the studio, in informal musical situations and daily practice sessions--Wayne Krantz walks a on a musical high wire. Few musicians are capable of handling, or willing to face, the degree of risk Krantz throws himself into so intently. His dangerous, boldly creative music is almost entirely of the moment, and has won him an increasing amount of underground buzz as something of an anti-guitar hero.

Over the past two decades, Krantz has regularly mined a perilous, unguardedly pure strain of improvisation, set into the context of some of the heaviest, most individualized mind/body band grooves out there today. His music has reached an ever-expanding audience via his legendary (now concluded) residency at New York City's 55 Bar, which spawned a series of live recordings sold directly by Krantz through his website. The clarity and integrity of his music is mirrored by his uncluttered business model and rigorous philosophical outlook. Now, with Krantz Carlock Lefebvre, his first album for Abstract Logix, he is returning to a recording studio to document his own music for the first time in over fifteen years.

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