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MUSICIAN, Guitar

Severn Records Inc

HQ Phone:  (410) 897-0080

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Severn Records Inc

P.O. Box 4666

Annapolis, Maryland,21403

United States

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Severn Records is distributed by City Hall Records. ... more

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ALEX SCHULTZ | Severn Records

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ALEX SCHULTZ
Biography ALEX SCHULTZ Alex was born in New York City in 1954 and at a young age became immersed in the city's legacy of jazz. He studied with guitarist George Barnes as well as at the famed Berklee College of Music in Boston. Schultz moved to Los Angeles in 1979 and established himself as both a bass player and guitarist on the roots music scene, working for two and a half years with rock and roll/rhythm and blues pioneer Hank Ballard. Beginning in 1986 Alex worked with harmonica master William Clarkeand recorded the Blues Music Award-winning album Blowing Like Hell. In 1988 Alex began a seven-year, five record association with Rod Piazza & the Mighty Flyers. Schultz left the group in 1995 to pursue other projects as a free agent. At the same time, Schultz appeared on two Delmark releases with longtime New York friend Tad Robinson, a collaboration that continues to this day. Tad Robinson featuring Alex Schultz Alex Schultz


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... ALEX SCHULTZ December 10 - Café Boogaloo - HermosaBeach, CA 2005 January 10 - Salzburg/Rockhouse ...


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Alex Schultz, Schultzvil Pub., ASCAP
5. I Don't Want Your Money Honey Alex Schultz, Schultzvil Pub., ASCAP Alex Schultz, Schultzvil Pub., ASCAP 13: Finis Tasby, BMI ALEX SCHULTZ THINK ABOUT IT -ALEX SCHULTZ Popular west coast sideman and in-demand session guitarist Alex Schultz has worked with the likes of William Clarke, Hank Ballard, and Rod Piazza. On this outing, Alex put together a "dream session" with old friends and band mates including Lynwood Slim, Finis Tasby, and Tad Robinson, who lend their vocals to such gems as Guitar Slim's "Done Got Over It," Jimmy McCracklin's "Think," and Chuck Willis' "Be Good Be Gone. Schultz describes Think About It as a classic "uptown" ensemble playing swinging tunes with a sophisticated sound. Alex Schultz: Guitar Alex Schultz: Guitar Produced by Alex Schultz Rythym Arrangements by Alberto Marsico, Gio Rossi, Alex Schultz


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ALEX SCHULTZ
Severn Records ALEX SCHULTZ Alex was born in New York City in 1954, and at a young age became immersed in the city's legacy of jazz. Schultz moved to Los Angeles in 1979 and established himself as both a bass player and guitarist on the roots music scene, working for two and a half years with rock and roll/rhythm and blues pioneer Hank Ballard. Schultz left the group in '95 to pursue other projects as a free agent. At the same time, Schultz appeared on two Delmark releases with old new york friend Tad Robinson, a collaboration that continues to the present day: co-producing and playing on Tad's 2005 Handy nominated "Did You Ever Wonder" on the Severn label, numerous festival appearances in the U.S. and Europe, and playing on Tad's upcoming (2007) release "A New Point Of View".


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Also appearing are a host of guests including former Mighty Flyer, Alex Schultz whose fret work is the perfect compliment to Joe's belting vocals, former Black Top recording saxophonist Mark "Kaz" Kazanoff, and country music great Lee Roy Parnell who adds his trademark guitar licks on one number.
Alex Schultz, the lead guitarist on most tracks, spent years on the road with Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers. Alex Schultz: Guitar


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