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Saxophonist Tom Tallitsch August 2011 Midwest Tour Dates

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NYC Tenor and Soprano Saxophonist Tom Tallitsch will be touring throughout the Midwest in August 2011.

Tom has two of his three albums on Origin/OA2 Records. lives in NYC, plays in NY and Philadelphia, tours throughout the east coast and the U.S, and hosts a weekly Jazz Radio Show out of Trenton, NJ. (The Modern Jazz Radio Show, 8-10pm on JazzOn2 89.1 HD2. He has had feature articles in All About Jazz, Downbeat Magazine, JazzTimes, JazzReview.Com, The Village Voice, and other regional and national print media. In 2010 his album Perspective rose to #27 on The JazzWeek U.S. radio charts.

Some of the musicians that Tom has worked with are Jared Gold, David Ashkenazy, Mark Ferber, Manuel Valera, Mark Mollica, John Swana, Joe Martin, Jarrett Cherner, Duane Eubanks, Peter Brendler, Rodney Green, Danton Boller, Matt Jorgensen, Thomas Marriott, Mark Miller, Joe Martin, Daisuke Abe, Ziv Ravitz, Byron Landham, to name a few.

  • 8/11 :: Rohs Cafe, Cincinnati, Oh
  • 8/12 :: Treo's, Sylvania, Oh
  • 8/13 :: Little E's, Pittsburgh, Pa
  • 8/14 :: Salaam, Athens, Oh
  • 8/16 :: Natasha's, Lexington, Ky
  • 8/17 :: City Square, Wooster, Oh
  • 8/18 :: Dick's Den, Columbus, Oh
  • 8/20 :: Pilot, Toronto, CA
  • 8/21 :: Cadieux Cafe, Detroit, Mi
  • 8/24 :: Baker's, Detroit, Mi
  • 8/25 :: Manhattan's, Toledo, Oh
  • 8/27 :: Trio's, South Bend, In

For more information and additional performance dates, visit his website.

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