Gary Burton, the jazz vibist who doubles as vice president of Berklee College of Music, shared best jazz instrumental solo with Chick Corea for " Rumbata ."
December 20, 1920 ) sang with groups around Minneapolis, and was once married to vibist William " Jeep " Stewart, and after divorcing him, later married James Overton.
He fronted his own bands as a drummer and also worked as a vibist and pianist with his Latin band and played congas with the 1970s funk-jazz band Ravin '.
Smith recorded and toured with Hue & Cry, led by brothers Pat and Greg Kane, the American vibist Joe Locke, percussionist Trilok Gurtu and bassist Andersen, among many others.
Others on the program include jazz bassist and Detroit native Ron Carter; saxophonists James Moody, Greg Osby and Ronnie Cuber; trumpeter Russell Gunn; vibist Terry Gibbs; and organist Joey DeFrancesco.
A dependable and in-demand studio drummer and vibist, Bunker achieved particular distinction by recording with Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Diana Krall, and many other jazz greats.
Vibist Lionel Hampton, 91 and still at it, ends each band set with the now familiar " What a Wonderful World, " which Armstrong recorded in 1970, a year before his death.
Among the musicians who have played international festivals over the years are pianist Herbie Hancock, vibist Roy Ayers, keyboardist George Duke, pianist Marcus Johnson, flutist Bobbi Humphrey, and vocalists Angela Bofill and Dianne Reeves.
""'Farewell Keystone " "'is a live album by American jazz vibist Bobby Hutcherson recorded in 1982 at Keystone Korner in San Francisco and released on the Evidence CD reissue added a bonus track.
DREAMS OF YESTERDAY : Jazz vibist Terry Gibbs recalls his Dream Band, which lasted from 1959-62, as " probably one of the greatest big bands of all time, without wanting to sound like an egomaniac ."