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Nazia Chaudhry | Naz & Friends Spotlight: Tyrone Jackson

Naz & Friends Spotlight: Tyrone Jackson

Over the next couple weeks, I’d like to introduce you to the band. Tyrone Jackson is a good friend and phenomenal musician, composer & arranger. He was one of the very first people I met at grad school when I transferred to GSU. In fact, we met at the GSU bookstore while searching for a foundations class book during our first semester back in 2011. I couldn’t imagine headlining at Churchill Grounds for the first time without Tyrone at the piano. We will feature a great arrangement by Tyrone at Churchill Grounds on January 8. ‪#‎nazlive‬ ‪#‎atlantajazz‬ ‪#‎nazvoice‬

Naz & Tyrone

Naz & Tyrone

Tyrone has a BA from the University of New Orleans & master’s degree from GSU. He studied privately with Ellis Marsalis and Mary Ann Bulla & has performed with Earl Klugh, Melba Moore, Wynton Marsalis, Wes Anderson, and Greg Dawson. Mr. Jackson also toured Italy & Austria with the UNO Jazz Band and to Brazil with Michael Ward. Tyrone is a Jazz Compostion Competition winner and a member of the Rialto Jazz Artist Foundation. In addition, he is a professor at KSU teaching music ranging from private piano instruction and jazz piano to jazz theory and improvisation. Learn more about Sam Skelton, the saxophonist I will also feature at Churchill Grounds as well as at VO Atlanta 2016.

This photo was taken by Fountaine Lewis Photography at my debut CD release party last year where I debuted and featured some music arrangements that Tyrone & I had collaborated on.

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