Jeff Sipe and the Page Brothers
Three time Grammy nominee Jeff Sipe most recently toured with Jimmy Herring and John McLaughlin on the “Meeting Of The Spirits” tour revisiting the legendary catalogue of the Mahavishnu Orchesrta. Also, Jeff toured with Warren Haynes “Ashes and Dust” project in addition to the “Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration tours”.
Jeff has toured and recorded with; Bela Fleck, Phil Lesh, Col. Bruce Hampton and the Aquarium Rescue Unit, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Jeff Coffin, Jimmy Herring, Leftover Salmon, Waylon Jennings, Taj Mahal, Earl Scruggs, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, John Cowen, Debashish Bhattacharia, among other amazing artists.
Living in Brevard NC, Jeff enjoys family Time, the great outdoors, teaching and being with great friends and neighbors.
Zack Page has been performing as a professional bassist since the early ‘90s. His work with various jazz ensembles, theater companies and the cruise industry has taken him to all 50 U.S. States, the Caribbean islands, Australia, South America, Europe and the Far East.
Here in WNC, Zack enjoys a busy freelance schedule with many of North Carolina’s finest musicians. “One Leg Up, Asheville’s gypsy jazz band, is my main project. I also play with The Page Brothers Quartet, The Archrivals, The Hard Bop Explosion, Alien Music Club, Wendy Hayes Quartet, Crybaby, Satin Steel, and Russ Wilson.”
“Zack has the hallmark of every great musician: he makes everyone around him better!” – trumpeter Justin Ray Jazz guitarist Andy Page maintains an active schedule in the Southeast with a variety of jazz and rock ensembles. He has performed internationally at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Japan's Muroran Jazz Cruise, and for jazz workshops in Friburg, Germany.
Andy has performed private engagements for former President Bill Clinton and poet Maya Angelou, and has performed with jazz artists such as Phil Woods, Jamey Aebersold, Tony Monaco, Matt Wilson, Gary Smulyan, Don Braden, Chris Vidala, Jack Wilkins, Jon Metzger, and David Baker. Andy recently served as clinician/performer at Clemson University's inaugural Jazz Guitar Festival in October 2015.
Andy has a Masters degree in Jazz Studies from the University of Tennessee and a Bachelor's degree in Music Performance from University of North Carolina-Wilmington. He has studied privately with renowned jazz educators Jerry Coker and Donald Brown and with guitarists Mark Boling, Bob Russell, and Robert Nathanson.
Andy currently is on the music faculty at Appalachian State University where, in addition to Applied Jazz Guitar, he also teaches History of Rock Music, Jazz in American Society, and Jazz/Pop Theory.
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