Dave Samuels

Dave Samuels

born on 9/10/1948 in Waukegan, IL, United States

died on 22/4/2019

Links www.yamaha.com (English)

Dave Samuels

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Dave Samuels (born 9 October 1948)[1] is an American vibraphone player, who has worked with various jazz and fusion artists, such as Spyro Gyra. Currently, he plays in an ensemble called The Caribbean Jazz Project, a Grammy-winning jazz-Latin music group. He played with Eddie Palmieri in a tribute to Cal Tjader with the album Tjaderized.

Samuels is an alumnus of New Trier High School. He received a psychology degree from Boston University and has taught at Berklee College of Music.[2]

References

  1. AllMusic - Dave Samuels.
  2. Cirone, Anthony J. (1986). Master Technique Builders for Vibraphone and Marimba, Alfred Publishing.
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