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Birth name  John Stephen Wiest
Role  Musical Artist
Instruments  Trombone
Genres  Jazz

Labels  Arabesque ArtistShare
Record label  Arabesque Records
Name  Steve Wiest
Associated acts  Maynard Ferguson
Steve Wiest MTU Visual and Performing Arts Events Jazz Reunion 2007
Occupation(s)  Musician, composer, cartoonist, music educator, author
Website  www.artistshare.com/stevewiest
Albums  Out of the New, Love Romantic, Across The Sky, Deja Vu Memories of Paris
Similar People  One O'Clock Lab Band, Lynn Seaton, Jay Saunders, Maynard Ferguson, Stockton Helbing

The last theme song by steve wiest from lab 2011 by the one o clock lab band


Steve Wiest (né John Stephen Wiest; born 1957) is an American trombonist, composer, arranger, big band director, music educator at the collegiate level, jazz clinician, author, and illustrator/cartoonist. From 1981 to 1985, he was a featured trombonist and arranger with the Maynard Ferguson Band. Wiest is in his fourth year as Associate Professor of Jazz Studies and Commercial Music at the University of Denver Lamont School of Music. He is the Coordinator of the 21st Century Music Initiative at the school. Wiest has been a professor for twenty-nine of the thirty-seven years that he has been a professional trombonist, composer, and arranger. From 2007 to 2014, Wiest was Associate Professor of Music in Jazz Studies at the University of North Texas College of Music and, from March 2009 to August 2014, he was director of the One O'Clock Lab Band and coordinator of the Lab Band program. At North Texas, Wiest also taught conducting, trombone, and oversaw The U-Tubes — the College of Music's jazz trombone band. Wiest is a three-time Grammy nominee — individually in 2008 for Best instrumental Arrangement and in 2010 for Best Instrumental Composition, and collaboratively in 2010 for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album, which he directed. As of 2013, Wiest has in excess of 58 arrangements and compositions to his credit, which include 10 original compositions from his current project (see 2013–2014 project, below).

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Ice nine by steve wiest from lab 2009 by the unt one o clock lab band


Steve Wiest Artist Projects

Collaborators and mentors

Steve Wiest MTU Visual and Performing Arts Events Jazz Reunion 2007

Chief collaborators have included Maynard Ferguson, Slide Hampton, Doc Severinsen, Denis DiBlasio, Christopher G. Braymen, Jonathan B. Fairbank, Jimmy Pankow, and Bob Mintzer. Wiest said that key mentors have been Maynard Ferguson, Slide Hampton, Jimmy Pankow, and Denis J. DiBlasio.

2013–2014 project

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In August 2013, Wiest, a sci-fi enthusiast, published a sci-fi novel, The Dover Stone: A Concerto for Folded Space. Wiest explains that it is built on inter-connected vignettes or movements that comprise an epic tale of life from other worlds and our place in the cosmos. The Term "folded space" is a theoretical speed of travel, faster than the speed of light, exceeding relativistic velocity by folding space, bringing far to near, reducing the long distances to a virtual zero. The tale is the impetus for ten compositions by Wiest, who describes the works as "programmatically informed" by the science fiction." The fictional vignettes culminate to answer real-life physicist Enrico Fermi's famous question, "Where is everybody?", a reference to the wonderment of life elsewhere in the universe. The stories occur in periods from 1182 to 2457.

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The Steve Wiest Eclectic Electric Band will record the compositions as one album titled, Concerto for Folded Space. Wiest's compositional style ranges from straight ahead to jazz fusion, and sometimes pop-rock. With this project, Wiest is experimenting with serialism, not in a strict sense, but many elements are generated from rows.

The musical portion is an ArtistShare project and is scheduled for release early 2014. The band members are Wiest (composer and trombonist), Stockton Helbing (drums, producer), Braylon Lacy (bass), Ryan Davidson (guitar), Noel Johnston (guitar), and Daniel Pardo (flute). Guest artist are Bob Mintzer (tenor sax), Arlington Jones (né Arlington Julius Jones II) (piano), and James Pankow (trombone).

Essentially, ArtistShare is the record label and represents Wiest's foray into an alternative model for producing music. ArtistShare is a fan-funded platform where artists provide content for patrons who subscribe to access levels of their choosing. For example, on November 6, 2013, Wiest uploaded one in a series of "cool stuff", as he phrased it, to the Participant Zone of his ArtistShare Concerto for Folded Space site. The "cool stuff" included a "programmatic" analysis and complete score for "The Flutes of Glastonbury", one of the ten compositions.

Other sci-fi inspired compositions

Other sci-fi-related works composed by Wiest include "Ice-Nine", a 2009 composition scored for big band, drawn from Kurt Vonnegut's novel, Cat's Cradle. "New Cydoinia", a 2010 big-band arrangement, is a programmatic representation of all of the theories and stories surrounding the enigmatic area on Mars known as Cydonia. "A Night in Pidruid", a 2006 composition scored for big band, is a programmatic and thematic development of characters and events in Robert Silverberg's Lord Valentine's Castle. "Blues From Space", a 1984 composition scored for big band, is a novelty tune about an alien who brings a philosophy of "Sing the Blues" to Earth.

Formal education

  • 1975: Diploma, Blair High School (now Hattiesburg High School), Hattiesburg, Mississippi
  • 1980: Bachelor of Music degree, Jazz Studies, University of Southern Mississippi
  • 1988: Master of Music degree, Jazz Studies, University of North Texas
  • Trombone manufacturer artist affiliations

  • Griego Mouthpieces — Wiest uses a Griego Artist Series trombone mouthpiece designed for him called the Griego-Wiest SW Model; the mouthpiece was commercially introduced April 2013; Griego Mouthpieces is the trademark of Griego Sound Inventions LLC of Elkhorn, Wisconsin
  • Edwards Trombones — Wiest performs on an Edwards trombone, called the "Excalibur", which was exclusively designed for him by Elias Christan Griego of Edwards Instruments
  • Professional affiliations

  • 1982 — Wiest became a member of ASCAP while composing and arranging for Maynard Ferguson; after a hiatus, he rejoined in 2009
  • Awards & recognition

    Academic

  • 1985–1986: Bill Stapleton Jazz Arranging Scholarship, University of North Texas College of Music
  • 1986–1987: M.E. "Gene" Hall Jazz Scholarship, University of North Texas College of Music
  • Professional

  • January 2007: Wisconsin Arts Board Fellowship Award
  • 2010: ASCAP Plus Award, for creative contributions to American music during the year
  • Grammy nominations (see chart below)
  • Family

    Steve and Carmen Jean Wiest (formerly Diagostine, née Watzka) have been married seventeen years. Carmen is a violinist, orchestra conductor, and music educator. Steve's father, John Thomas Wiest (1932–2006) was a trombonist and his mother, Wanda Jean Stegall, is a retired educator. Wiest has three siblings, Jeanne Stegall-Keene, Robert Wiest and Andrew Wiest, PhD. Andrew Wiest is professor of history at the University of Southern Mississippi. One of Steve's cousins, Nick Drozdoff, is a notable jazz trumpeter and music educator based in the Chicago area. Drozdoff played with Maynard Ferguson in 1981 when Steve joined the band. They are cousins by way of Steve's father and Nick's mother. Nick's mother was Mary Chase Lombard (formerly Drozdoff, née Wiest; 1921–2010), an influential puppeteer and early television pioneer known for her adaptations of Fearless Fosdick and Li'l Abner. Nick's father, Paul V. Drozdoff (1908–1958), was a notable third-generation concert pianist, born in Saint Petersburg, Russia and, as a child with his parents, immigrated to the United States. Steve Wiest's paternal grandfather, Waldo (Wally) Hayes Wiest (1888–1968), was a commercial artist who had worked with Sam Gold, Inc. (Chicago), Frederick Voges, Einson-Freeman Co., Inc. (Chicago), then his own company that he founded with Fred Voges — Advertising Ingenuities, Inc. (Chicago). Wally was known within brand management and advertising circles for his work with "premium" giveaways and product characters such as Kellogg's "Snap, Crackle and Pop."

    Steve Wiest has a daughter, Amber, and two sons, Matthew and David.

    Selected sessionography & discography

    As leader

  • Steve Wiest Big Band
    Excalibur
    Recorded in Chicago, August 5, 6 & 19, 2005
    Arabesque AJO180 (2006); OCLC 71803153
  • Quintet
    Out of the New
    Arabesque AJ0189 (2008) (sample video) Wiest (trombone); Stefan Karlsson (piano), Lynn Seaton (bass), Ed Soph (drums), and Fred Hamilton (né Frederick E. Hamilton) (guitar)
  • The Steve Wiest Eclectic Electric Band
    Concerto for Folded Space
    ArtistShare (scheduled release, early 2014)Stockton Helbing (drums, producer), Braylon Lacy (bass), Ryan Davidson (guitar), Noel Johnston (guitar), Daniel Pardo (flute) Featured guests: (i) Bob Mintzer (tenor sax), (ii) Arlington Jones (né Arlington Julius Jones II) (piano), (iii) James Pankow (trombone)
  • As director of the One O'Clock Lab Band

  • Lab 2009 (CD); OCLC 501845958
  • Lab 2010 (CD); OCLC 671237830
  • Lab 2011 (CD & DVD); OCLC 774025959
  • Lab 2012 (CD & DVD); OCLC 888207380
  • Lab 2013 (CD); OCLC 888211926
  • Lab 2014 (CD)
  • As director of the U-Tubes

  • The U-Tubes (2010); OCLC 826865979 samples
  • As director of The Jazz Symposium, UW-Whitewater

  • Presenting the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Jazz Symposium (1898) OCLC 41887813 Tracks 3 & 4 recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival, June 1996 Track 7 recorded live at Irvin L. Young Auditorium, UW-Whitewater, February 1996 Tracks 1 & 2, 5 & 6, 8 & 9 recorded in a studio 1996
  • The best of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Jazz Symposium: 1996–1997 (1997) OCLC 41887538
  • As trombonist and arranger with Maynard Ferguson

  • 1982 Playboy Jazz Festival, Two volumes (video) Recorded live from The Hollywood Bowl, June 19 & 20, 1982 RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video (1984); OCLC 11277497, 11308429 Maynard Ferguson, Stan Mark, Alan Wise, Hobby Freeman (trumpets); Steve Wiest, Cris Braymen (trombones); Nelson Hill (alto sax); Dan Jordan (tenor sax); Denis DiBlasio (bari sax, flute); Ron Pedley (keyboards); Matt Bissonette (bass); Gregg Bissonette (Drums)
  • Storm
    Live, Studio, Hollywood, California, June 23 & 24, 1982
    Palo Alto Records (1982); OCLC 10289106
  • Live From San Francisco
    Recorded at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, May 27, 1983
    Palo Alto PA8077N (1983); OCLC 219922580, 12177630, 30868313
  • Kool Jazz Festival (1982)
    Recorded live for the Voice of America on July 3, 1982
    Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, New York; OCLC 50311711, 50539572
  • The One And Only
    Recorded at Bennett Studios, Englewood, New Jersey, July 25–30, 2006
    Maynard Ferguson Trust (2007); OCLC 173844972
    1. "Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone", arranged by Wiest (audio sample)
    2. "Besame Mucho", arranged by Wiest, Grammy nominee (audio sample)
  • As trombonist with the Frank Mantooth Jazz Orchestra

  • Per-se-vere
    Recorded at Streeterville Studios, Chicago, October 5–7 & 29, 1989
    Optimism Records (1987), released by Sea Breeze; OCLC 34834322, 724753681
  • Dangerous Precedent
    Recorded at Streeterville Studios, Chicago, December 1991 to December 1992
    Sea Breeze (1993); OCLC 28959540
  • Sophisticated Lady
    Recorded January 23, April 24, December 13 & 14, 1994
    Sea Breeze (1995); OCLC 36112415
  • As trombonist with other artists

  • Arch Martin (né Archie Eugene Martin; 1931–2009)
    Jazz In Good Taste, Janelle (1993)
    Recorded in Kansas City, July 3 & 4, 1993
  • Doc Severinsen and His Big Band
    Swingin' The Blues
    Recorded in Hollywood, February 4 & 5, 1999
    Azica Records & Naxos Digital (1999); OCLC 566347755, 611389358
  • Ronnie Bedford & Friends
    QuaDRUMvirate
    Recorded in Powell, Wyoming, October 4, 1999
    Progressive PCD-7123; OCLC 611389358
  • As student trombonist and arranger with the One O'Clock Lab Band

  • With Respect to Stan; OCLC 15194323, 26909870, 471680842 Recorded at Chelsea Sound Studios, New York, 1986
  • Live in Australia – The 1986 Tour; (CD) OCLC 22197060 Recorded at the Festival Theatre, Adelaide, Australia, July 20, 1986
  • Lab '86; OCLC 15194508, 471682847 Recorded at the Dallas Sound Lab, Irving, Texas, May 1986 Trombonist and composer of "The Miles Files" (1986) (audio from Lab '86)
  • Lab '87; OCLC 22197091 Recorded at the Dallas Sound Lab, Irving, Texas, May 17 & 18, 1987
  • Lab '88; OCLC 22197083 Recorded at the Dallas Sound Lab, Irving, Texas, May 14 & 15, 1988 Trombonist and composer of "On the Edge" (1988) (audio from Lab '88, trombone solo by Wiest)
  • As composer and trombonist with other artists

  • One O'Clock Lab Band
    Lab '89; OCLC 22865000
    Recorded at the Dallas Sound Lab, Irving, Texas, April 30 & May 1, 1989
       "With You", composed & arranged by Wiest (as an alumni)
  • Dan Cavanagh's (né Daniel M. Cavanagh) Jazz Emporium Big Band
    Pulse, OA2 Records 22048 (2008); OCLC 299511258 Recorded at Crystal Clear Sound Recording Studios, Dallas, Texas, March 2 & 3, 2008
  • Stockton Helbing (né Stockton Thomas Helbing)
    For Nothing is Secret, Armored Records (2007); OCLC 606536674 Recorded in Dallas, Texas, December 13–15, 2006
  • Selected compositions and arrangements

    Kendor Music, Inc., distributor

  • "Art Appreciation"
    A tribute to Art Blakey
    Composed & arranged by Wiest
    Cojarco Music, Inc. (1998); OCLC 612781983
  • "The Groove", (composed in the style of Art Blakey)
    Commissioned by the Illinois Music Educators Association
    1999 All State Jazz Ensemble (1999)
  • "Thaditude"
    Commissioned by the Jazz Division of the Illinois Music Educators Association
    2009 Illinois All State Jazz Ensemble
    Doug Beach Music (2009) (ASCAP)
  • UNC Jazz Press, Greeley, Colorado

    From One O'Clock Lab Band albums
    1. "The Miles Files"
      (audio from Lab '86) (live in 1997) (1986)
    2. "Upside Downside"
      Composed by Mike Stern
      Arranged by Wiest
      (recorded on Lab '87) (1986); OCLC 498390714
    Video sample, DR Big Band, 2007
    1. "Night Visions"
      Composed & arranged by Wiest
      (recorded on Lab '87) (1987); OCLC 498390620
    2. "On the Edge" (1988)
      (audio from Lab '88), trombone solo by Wiest
    3. "With You"
      (recorded on Lab '89; OCLC 22865000) (1989)
    From UNC Jazz Lab Band 1 albums
    1. "Second Thought", composed & arranged by Wiest (1998); OCLC 498390445
    2. "Gotham City", commissioned by the University of Northern Colorado Lab Band I (1991)
    3. "Another Frame", arranged by Wiest (1998) (composed 1985); OCLC 222416215
    From other projects
  • "The Modal House of Hip Hop"
    Commissioned by Curt Hanrahan for the Milwaukee Youth Jazz Ensemble (2005)
  • "Overview"
    Commissioned by Neil E. Hansen, Northwest College (1998)
  • Walrus Music Publishing – trade name for Daniel Franz Beher, Pismo Beach, California (audio samples)

  • "The Fulton Files", commissioned by Jesse Woolery for Denton High School, composed 2012
  • "Don't Give Up Hope"
    Dedicated to the victims of the 2011 Tōhoku tsunami
  • "It Happened On Cooper Street"
    Commissioned by Tim Ishii for the University of Texas at Arlington
    Composed by Wiest 2012 (ASCAP)
  • From One O'Clock Lab Band albums
    1. "Spirals" (from Lab 2008)
    2. "Ice-Nine" (video from Lab 2009); (live from Birdland, March 10, 2009)
    3. "New Cydonia" (video from Lab 2010)
    4. "The Last Theme Song" (video from Lab 2011)
    5. "Denton Standard Time" (from Lab 2013)
    Written for other North Texas lab bands
    1. "Puddin' Time"
      Composed by Brad Leali (neé) Bradford C Leali
      Arranged 2010 by Wiest for the Three O'Clock Lab Band, Brad Leali, director
    2. "Wes' Side Story" (Wes Montgomery)
      Composed 2010 by Wiest for the Two O'Clock, Jay Saunders, director
    From the album, Excalibur
    1. "Excalibur", composed by Wiest 2006
    2. "The Silver Spin", composed by Wiest 2006
    3. "Cerulean 12", composed by Wiest 2006
    4. "The Once and Future Groove", composed by Wiest 2006
    5. "A Night In Pidruid", composed by Wiest 2006

    Maynard Ferguson Publishing and library

    Recorded and performed by the Maynard Ferguson Band
    1. "Besame Mucho
      Composed by Consuelo Velázquez & Sunny Skylar
      Arranged by Wiest 2006
      (recorded on The One and Only; OCLC 173844972)
    2. "Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone"
      Composed by Bill Withers
      Arranged by Wiest 2004
      (recorded on The One and Only; OCLC 173844972)
    3. "I Love You"
      Composed by Cole Porter
      Arranged by Wiest
      (recorded on Brass Attitude; OCLC 40582399)
    4. "I'm Old Fashioned"
      Music by Jerome Kern, lyrics by Johnny Mercer
      Arranged by Wiest 2004
      (recorded on MF Horn VI; OCLC 607863162)
    Performed by the Maynard Ferguson Band
  • "Smile Again", composed & arranged by Wiest 1981
  • "Brother to Brother", composed by Gino Vannelli, arranged by Wiest 1981
  • "Gabriel's Gig Bag", composed & arranged by Wiest 1982
  • "Return of the Chameleon", based on "Chameleon" by Herbie Hancock, adopted and arranged by Wiest 1983
  • "Blues From Space", lyrics & music by Wiest (1984)
  • "Tyrannosaurus", composed & arranged by Wiest 1984
  • "Whiplash", composed & arranged by Wiest 1984
  • "Compared to You", lyrics & music by Wiest (1985)
  • "Portrait of Pamela J.", composed & arranged by Wiest (1985)
  • "Balboa", composed & arranged by Wiest 1985
  • "Megabyte", composed & arranged by Wiest 1999
  • "Step Aside", composed & arranged by Wiest 1999
  • Other publishers

    Recorded and performed by the Maynard Ferguson Band
  • "Portuguese Love"
    Composed by Teena Marie Brockert
    Arranged by Todd Cochran, adapted by Wiest 1982
    (from the "Live" performance by Maynard Ferguson), Jobete Publishing (1982); OCLC 756979151
  • Performed by the Maynard Ferguson Band
  • "South 21st Shuffle"
    Arranged for Maynard Ferguson's band by Wiest
    Adapted for full big band by Bob Lowden (né Robert W. Lowden; 1920–1998)
    Barnhouse (1983); OCLC 26875255
  • From One O'Clock Lab Band albums
  • "The Fifth Shade" (audio sample from Lab 2012) at 4:00
  • From the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater
  • "Bu's Groove"
    "Bu" is short for "Buhaina", Art Blakey's Muslim surname
    Composed by Michael W. Plog
    Arranged by Wiest 2000
  • Unpublished

  • "Hornets Nest" (1988)
    Composed as a possible theme song for the Charlotte Hornets basketball franchise
  • Jazz festivals, concerts, master classes, and workshops

    In addition to Wiest's concert appearances at music festivals, clinics, and camps as director of the One O'Clock Lab Band, he has appeared as an artist and clinician with organizations and events that include:

    Collegiate

  • Northwest Jazz Festival, Northwest College, Powell, Wyoming (1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998)
  • Coe College Jazz Summit (1998)
  • The Elmhurst College Jazz Festival (2009)
  • The University of Texas at Tyler (2007, 2010)
  • The University of Southern Mississippi Symphony Orchestra (2011)
  • Texas Tech Jazz Ensemble I
  • Missouri State University Jazz Studies Ensemble, Springfield Jazz Festival (guest soloist; 2012)
  • The Illinois State University Jazz Festival (2012)
  • The Illinois Wesleyan University Jazz Festival (headliner; 2011, 2012)
  • Sunbelt Jazz Festival, University of West Georgia
  • Middle Tennessee Jazz Orchestra
  • Rowan University Jazz Festival, Glassboro, New Jersey
  • University of Northern Colorado Jazz Festival, Greeley
  • Scholastic

  • Annual South Dakota All-State Jazz Band Festival (1995, 1996, 1999)
  • The Cudahy High School Band Cudahy, Wisconsin (1991 & 1995)
  • Youth Jazz Ensemble of DuPage, Wheaton, Illinois (2005)
  • Beloit Memorial High School, Beloit, Wisconsin (2006)
  • Lincoln Senior High School, East St. Louis, Illinois (Miles Davis' alma mater)
  • Badger Union High School Jazz Band, Geneva, Wisconsin
  • Rolling Meadows High School Jazz Festival, Rolling Meadows, Illinois (2009)
  • Regional, national, professional

  • The Sioux Falls Jazz and Blues Festival (2006)
  • The Greater St. Louis Jazz Festival (2007)
  • The Jazz Knights, United States Military Academy Band (2007)
  • Albuquerque Jazz Orchestra, 2008 NMIAJE Jazz All-State Conference (New Mexico Chapter if the International Association of Jazz Education)
  • Army Blues, United States Army Band, Eastern Trombone Workshop (2011)
  • As director of The Jazz Symposium, UW-Whitewater

  • Montreux Jazz Festival
  • North Sea Jazz Festival
  • As director of the One O'Clock Lab Band

  • Guinness Jazz Festival, Cork (city), Ireland
  • Monterey Next Generation Jazz Festival
  • Folsom Jazz Festival, Folsom, California
  • Selected videography and podcasts

    Maynard Ferguson

  • Playboy Jazz Festival, 1982, Volume II
    RCA Columbia Pictures Home Video (1984); OCLC 11308429
    1. "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough", by Michael Jackson
      Arranged by Denis DiBlasio (Wiest solo at 1:44)
  • 2nd Annual Budweiser Newport Jazz Festival, Madarao, Japan (August 1983)
    1. "Bebop Buffet, Part I," a tribute to Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, and Clifford Brown
      Arranged by Denis DiBlasio
    2. "Gonna Fly Now" (theme from Rocky) (at 14:15)
  • Personnel includes Maynard Ferguson – soloist (leader, trumpet), Steve Wiest (trombone), Tim Ries – soloist (alto sax), Daniel Jordan – soloist (tenor sax), Denis DiBlasio – soloist (bari sax, piccolo, scat singing), Gregg Bissonette (bass), Matt Bissonette (drums)
  • Live at Disneyland (1983)
    "Bebop Buffet, Part I" (Wiest solo at 8:44)
  • ZDF Jazz Club, studio broadcast with live audience, Berlin (1987)
    1. "Maynard's Theme", "Body & Soul," "Shuffle Monk"
  • Berlin Jazz Festival, November 7, 1987, shared billing with the Chick Corea Acoustic Band, and the Gil Evans Orchestra — multinational broadcast, ZDF
    1. "The Market Place" & "Jack Usage" (at 11:55)
  • Maynard Ferguson Tribute Concert DVD (2007), Vol. 1 of 2; OCLC 180193073
  • One O'Clock Lab Band

  • One O'Clock Alumni Lab Band, 50-Year Anniversary of the UNT Jazz Studies Program (1997) Director: Leon Breeden; saxes: Jim Riggs (lead), Dan Higgins, Lou Marini, Randy Lee, Bev Smith; trumpets: Gary Grant (lead), Jay Saunders, John Thomas, Clay Jenkins, Marv Stamm; trombones: Tom "Bones" Malone (lead), Steve Wiest, Chris Seiter, Jimmy Clark (bass), Bill Guthrie (bass); rhythm: Dan Haerle (piano), Ed Soph (drums), Jack Peterson (guitar), Tony Scherr (bass), Gene Glover (percussion) Solos: Jim Riggs (soprano), Clay Jenkins (trumpet), Randy Lee (tenor), Steve Wiest (trombone), Dan Higgins (alto), Chris Seiter (trombone), Ed Soph (drums), and Gary Grant (trumpet).
    1. "A Good Time Was Had By All," composed by Thad Jones
  • Other works

    Cartoons and illustrations

    Articles

    Liner notes

    Digital media jazz advocacy

    References

    Steve Wiest Wikipedia


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