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November 18, 2010 Two unique emerging artists step out at the Litchfield Jazz Festival, the climax of a three-week jazz camp in Kent, Conn. Hear Gabriel Alegria's Afro-Peruvian jazz sextet and Gerald Clayton's piano trio in concert.
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February 10, 2010 He's the son of a bassist, the nephew of a saxophonist, the neighbor of his bass player and the roommate of his drummer. And now, the graceful young pianist made his debut at the venerable club.
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Gerald Clayton performs at WBGO.
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February 3, 2010 Love is proximity when you live in New York. Pianist Gerald Clayton and his bandmates, bassist Joe Sanders and drummer Justin Brown, all live in the same Harlem building. WBGO invited Clayton and his neighbors to play music from his debut recording, Two Shade.
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August 20, 2009 After gaining experience with his father and uncle in the Clayton Brothers, young pianist Gerald Clayton takes charge with his own band in concert. With his quintet, adventurous sax veteran Oliver Lake showcases the talent of two of his sons and young organist Jared Gold.
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