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Smooth Jazz with Piccolo Bass

11 MP3 Songs
JAZZ: Smooth Jazz, URBAN/R&B: Funk

"...Beneath his mild-manner surface is a bracingly fluent bassist Who is capable of meting out huge dosages of fleshy, in the pocket grooves."

Nate Guidry
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"...Dwayne Dolphin is a great young player with a lot of facility and Musical sensitivity."

Chip Stern
Contributing Editor-Stereophile

"Playing with him is like playing a duet with myself as if I was playing the bass and drums at the same time..."

Cecil Brooks III
Drummer, Record Producer


Bassist, Composer, Clinician
Dwayne Dolphin began playing the drums at ten years of age. In that same year he began to play the bass guitar. By the time Dolphin was fifteen, he was on the jazz scene working with Pittsburgh greats such as Roger Humphries, Pete Henderson, and Carl Arter.

Upon graduation from high school, Dwayne headed for the bright lights of New York City to start the beginning of a promising career in the world of jazz. Dolphins' talent was immediately put to use by Grammy Award winning trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. While touring extensively throughout the USA with Marsalis, he also appeared on the Tonight Show with this award-winning quintet. Dolphin then joined the Hank Crawford Group. It was the teaching of Crawford that schooled this young lion about the true meaning of the blues.

Firmly rooted in the traditional jazz format, Modern Jazz was the next challenge for the young bassist. Touring the United States, Europe, and Japan with Geri Allen, Wallace Roney, Don Byron, and Oliver Lake.

Never forgetting his roots, Dwayne returned to the mainstream to work with the incomparable Stanley Turrentine. He toured with, as well as recorded on one of Turrentines' most memorable records ("T-Time").

Throughout his career, Dolphin has had the opportunity to play and record with the "Who's Who" of music. Nancy Wilson, Melba Moore, Fred Wesley, and Abby Lincoln, just to name a few.

Mr. Dolphins' vast and diverse experience has afforded him the opportunity to lend his musical expertise in many areas. Including performances with The Pittsburgh Ballet Theaters production of "Indigo In Motion", as well as his current position at Duquesne University as Adjunct Professor of Jazz.

His latest recording project is involving his very innovative Piccolo Bass. With this self-designed instrument, Dwayne expresses and invites us all to see a side of him that we have never seen before. With his new release " 4 Robin" scheduled for Spring 2004, he will mesmerize you with a style that is completely all his own.

Ronnie Scott's London, England
Jazz Café London, England
Coliseum Rome, Italy
Qusimoto Berlin, Germany
Blue Note Osaka, Japan
Blue Note Fukuoka, Japan
Blue Note Tokyo, Japan
Hot Brass Paris, France
Blue Note New York, NY
Sweet Basil New York, NY
Birdland New York, NY
Village Vanguard New York, NY
Visione's New York, NY
Blue's Alley Washington, D.C.
Jazz Alley Seattle, WA
Jazz Showcase Chicago, IL
Oprah Winfrey Show / Chicago, IL
CBS Morning Show / NY, NY
Cork Festival Cork, Ireland
Lugano Jazz Festival Switzerland
North Sea Festival Holland
Mars Jazz Festivals Yugoslavia
Essence Jazz Festival N. Orleans, La Mellon Jazz Festival Pittsburgh, Pa
Nancy Wilson - "R.S.V.P"
MCG Jazz 2004
John Hicks - "Fatha's Day"
High Note Records 2003
Phil Woods & Herbie Mann
MCG Jazz 2003
Tom Schuman/
Schuman Nature
JazzBridge Music 2003
A Nancy Wilson - Christmas
Arthur Blythe
Savant Records 2002
Cecil Brooks III - (Live at Sweet Basil)
Savant Records 2001
John Hicks - Impressions of Mary Lou Williams
HighNote Records 2000
John Hicks - An Errol Garner Songbook Nightwind
HighNote Records 1999
John Hicks - A Billy Strayhorn Songbook
HighNote Records 1998
Stanley Turrentine - "T" Time
Music Masters Records 1997
Geri Allen - Maroons
Blue Note Records 1996
Dwayne Dolphin - Portrait Of Adrian
Minor Music 1996
Stanley Turrentine
Nancy Wilson
Russell Malone
Fred Wesley
Maceo Parker
Pee Wee Ellis
Mark Murphy
Kenny Burrell
Betty Carter
Jimmy Heath
Donald Byrd
Abbey Lincoln
Jeannie Bryson
Wallace Roney
Geri Allen
Wynton Marsalis
Branford Marsalis
Jeff Watts
"Red" Rodney
Hank Crawford
Pharaoh Sanders
Oscar Brown Jr.
James Moody
Claudio Roditti
John Hicks
Benny Golson
Dave Liebman
Freddie Hubbard
Ohio University
Cal-Arts Los Angeles
Duquesne University Pittsburgh, Pa
Marshall University Huntington, WV
University Of Pittsburgh
Manchester Craftsmens Guild

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