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Weingart, Gambale, Brechtlein and Del Puerto Announce Nu Jazz Alliance

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Steve Weingart, Frank Gambale, Tom Brechtlein & Carlitos Del Puerto are proud to announce “Nu Jazz Alliance" which previously performed under the name “the Steve Weingart Band" at recent shows in the LA area. A European tour is being planned for September 2007, together with a Nu Jazz Alliance CD release later this year.



The nucleus of Nu Jazz Alliance was formed in Los Angeles, California in 2004 for the recording of Steve Weingart's “Dark Blue Dream" [Skeewa Music, 2006]. Initially appearing under the name “The Steve Weingart Band" for CD-release performances in the LA area from December 2006 thru NAMM 2007, the band re-branded as “Nu Jazz Alliance" in February 2007. The current line-up includes:

Steve Weingart (Keyboards)
Frank Gambale (Guitar)
Tom Brechtlein (Drums)
Carlitos Del Puerto (Bass)

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