Touring and Performance Credits:
Dan Barrett, Bucky Pizzarelli, Steve Allen, Charlie Byrd, Art Pepper/Mike Vax big band, Rex Allen (Gene Krupa Orchestra),
Jay McShann, Sammy Price, Lloyd Glen, David Paquette, Bob Crosby and The Bobcats, Jesse Colin Young, Van Morrison,
Maria Muldaur, Art Garfunkel, Steve Goodman, Jethro Burns, John Prine, The Pointer Sisters, The Chambers Brothers,
David Bromberg, Gove Scrivenor, David Amram, Mimi Farina, Terry Garthwaite, Leon Redbone, Dr. John, Norton Buffalo,
Charles Brown, The Temptations, Buddy DeFranco, Terry Gibbs, Peter Duchin, Larry
Vuckovich, Jane Voss & Hoyle Osborne.
Ferron, Amos Garrett,
Shari Ulrich, Doc Fingers, Jim Byrnes.
Dick Oxtot's Golden
Age Jazz Band, Mike Vax's Great American Jazz Band, The Oakland A's Swingers,
Ted Shaefer's Jelly Roll Jazz Band, Don Neely's Royal Society Six, The
New Century Jazz Band, The Golden Gate Rhythm Machine, Bob Schulz's Frisco Jazz
Band, Randy Sandke's Louis Armstrong All-Stars.
Local big bands:
Don Piestrup, Cuz
Cousineau, Full Faith and Credit, Alice Arts Center Jazz Orchestra, Tim Price
Big Band, Harold Jones and the Bossmen, Larry Vuckovich All-Star Big Band.
Other local groups:
Jim Rothermel Swingtet, NeoClassic Swing, Fast Company, Lost Weekend Western Swing Band, Warren Gale Sextet, Peter Welker Sextet,
Bryan Gould's Swing Fever, Rex Allen's Swing Express, Cats & Jammers, The Christmas Jug Band,
Lavay Smith & the Red Hot Skillet Lickers, Peter Walsh and Friends, Marianna
August and her Jazz Pals.
and local venues:
Pacific Amphitheater, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Crater Festival (Hawaii), Felt Forum, Carnegie Hall, The Greek Theater,
San Quentin Prison, The Great American Music Hall, Kimball's, Yoshi's, Concord Pavilion, Bach Dancing and Dynamite
Society, Dante's (N. Hollywood).
National and local
Seattle, WA; Ocean
Shores, WA; Long Beach, WA; Whidbey Island, WA; Friday Harbor, WA; Coos Bay, OR; Portland, OR; Seaside, OR; Sun
Valley, ID; Nugget Jazz Festival, Reno, NV; Scottsdale, AZ; Indianapolis Jazz Jam, IN; Helena, MT; Great Falls,
MT; Monterey Swing 'n' Dixie Festival; Bix Beiderbecke Festival, Davenport, Iowa; Monterey Jazz Festival; Sacramento
Jubilee; San Diego Jazz Festival; Fresno Mardi Gras; Santa Nella; Pismo Beach; Santa Rosa; Marin Home Show and
Classic Jazz Festival; San Francisco Jazz Festival, Bread and Roses Festival
Concerts, Pacifica Art and Jazz Festival, New Orleans By the Bay, First Annual
Petaluma Jazz Festival.
San Francisco public
access channel - with the NeoClassic Swing Quintet; The Midnight Special; In Concert; In Session; Don Kirshner's
Rock Concert; CKVU's "Vancouver Live"; specials for CBC (Canada), NTV (Japan), and Belgian National TV.
music teacher, grades 1-6, 1969-70; staff, Family Light/Onstage Music; guest artist/clinician for Santa Rosa Junior
College Concert Series and Delta Junior College; performer, Music In The Schools program, San Francisco Bay Area;
private students (theory, technique and improvisation), assistant at Davidson
Middle School (4 bands), Jazz Saxophone Instructor at Sonoma State University.
Co-writer with Steve
Goodman of three songs for his album "Words We Can Dance To", including "Banana Republics",
which was later recorded by Jimmy Buffet on platinum-selling "Changes In Attitude, Changes In Latitude". The song
was also a number one hit single in Italy in 1979 (1993??) by Italian artist
Francesco De Gregori.
Two-time Bay Area
Music Awards (BAMMY) nominee.
Featured performer on the 1987 Grammy Award winning album "A Tribute to Steve Goodman".
Nominee for Volunteer of the Year, Heart of Marin Awards 2007