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VINNIE V. MUSIC
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Vinnie V. - Saxophonist, Multi Instrumentalist, Composer, Performer, and Audio Engineer from Sacramento, California. Records music from Jazz, Funk, Pop, RnB, an
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AUGA DULCE (Clip)
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NOT LATELY (Clip)
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BRIGHT EYES (Clip)
Peak in sub-genre #42
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HAVE SOME FUN
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Band/artist history
Vinnie V. Brought up in Sacramento, California, Vinnie V. began learning Saxophone in the 8th grade. Under the direction of Nick Angiulo (R.I.P.), Vinnie studied music theory in High School graduating with a Scholarship from The Sacramento Jazz Society and The Louis Armstrong Jazz Award. Vinnie V. was awarded Most Outstanding Mexican American in his graduating class 1982. In 1983 Vinnie V. studied under, Dr. Jack Wheaton (R.I.P.)(Professor at Dick Grove School of Music), and Boyd Phelps (Lead Alto Saxophonist for Stan Kenton Band), and has rubbed elbows with musicians or groups such as; Count Basie, Grover Washington Jr. , Bill Withers, Collage, Con Funk Shun, Robert Brookins and The Tubes. Vinnie V. has performed alongside or with The Whispers, Al Hurt, Richie Cole, , Kenny G., Jessica Williams ,Kool & The Gang, Mahogany Dream, Derick D.O.A. Allen (Bassist for Janet Jackson), DMAN (R.I.P.)(Keyboardist for Bobby Brown), Dennis Austin(Musical Director for Bobby Brown), Bobby G. (Guitarist for Earth Wind & Fire) , Alejandro Lopez (Guitarist for Julio Iglesias), Michael Samuels (R.I.P.)(Drummer for Sly & The Family Stone) Wild Hair, Spectrum, Jimmy Pailor, Bob Clements, Tom Peron, Interplay, Channel 40 TV Band, many others... In 2002 Vinnie V. graduated from S.C.C. with an Associate of Arts in Music Performance and a Minor in Computer Information Science. Vinnie V. is a member of BMI, and released his debut Album in 1992 entitled "Not Lately" he has continued to compose, record, arrange, and perform his love "Music" forward to this day! Vinnie V. is by classification an Indie Artist. Musical Influences People Grover Washington Jr., Jeff Lorber, Stanley Turrentine, John Klemmer, Bob James, Stan Getz, Steven Ray Vaughan, James Brown, Dexter Gordon, John Philip Sousa, John Williams, Boyd Phelps and Musician / Inventor Bob Moog, for his key role in introducing the synthesizer to "Music, Swing and The birth of Bebop. Groups Spyro Gyra, The Crusaders, S.O.S. Band, Maynard Fergusons Big Band, Tower Of Power, Parliament Funkadelic, The Reddings, John F. Kennedy Marching Band, Go West, Cameo, The Doobie Brothers, Earth Wind and Fire, Hall and Oates and Weather Report
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People Grover Washington Jr., Jeff Lorber, Stanley Turrentine, John Klemmer, Bob James, Stan Getz, Steven Ray Vaughn, James Brown, Dexter Gordon, John Philip Sousa, John Williams, Boyd Phelps and Musician / Inventor Bob Moog, for his key role in introducing the synthesizer to "Music, Swing and The birth of Bebop. Groups Spyro Gyra, The Crusaders, S.O.S. Band, Maynard Fergusons Big Band, Tower Of Power, Parliament Funkadelic, The Reddings, John F. Kennedy Marching Band, Go West, Cameo, The Dobbie Brothers, Earth Wind and Fire, Hall and Oats and Weather Report
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