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Oatmeal Raisin Cookie

Friday, 05 April 2013 by

It’s hard to make a moist oatmeal raisin cookie! We spent a great deal of time perfecting this recipe to achieve that goal. This cookie is a bit crunchy on the outside but moist and delicious on the inside. It is filled with plump raisins and a hint of cinnamon. The true oatmeal raisin cookie

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Original Chocolate Chip Cookie

Friday, 05 April 2013 by

This cookie has the perfect combination of being crunchy on the outside and soft/chewy on the inside. This is the cookie that started it all…the one my mom perfected and spread her love through! Its fun watching people eat them and try to guess the “surprise” unexpected flavor. That flavor is English toffee pieces. Somehow

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Hot Fun In The Summertime

Sunday, 31 March 2013 by

Dave Koz And Friends Summer Horns Tour 2013 will feature special guests Mindi Abair, Gerald Albright and Richard Elliot. Eight-time GRAMMY nominee and saxophonist extraordinaire Dave Koz typically spends every summer on the road, bringing a stellar group of musician friends along with him. This summer he’s assembled an all-star line up of saxophonists: Mindi

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Marion Meadows

Saturday, 30 March 2013 by

Born in West Virginia, saxophonist Marion Meadows grew up in Stamford, CT, where he began playing clarinet and studying classical music at age 8. He naturally gravitated to the soprano sax in his high school years, and his passion for various types of music led him to appreciate numerous jazz musicians, including Stanley Turrentine, Sidney

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Marc Antoine

Saturday, 30 March 2013 by

Born in Paris, Marc Antoine picked up the guitar at 11, progressing so rapidly that his parents enrolled him in the conservatory for classical music. Although sidelined by a serious accident to his hand, he eventually recovered and went on to join various groups around Paris and London. His first real break was performing in

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Paul Hardcastle

Saturday, 23 March 2013 by

Paul Hardcastle [Dec. 11, 1957] never planned to become a musician; he wanted to race motorcycles for a living. But after an accident sidelined those dreams, he discovered his true calling. Working as a stereo salesman, he famously traded some video equipment for his first synthesizer. Following some minor underground dance club hits, Hardcastle made

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Gerald Albright and Norman Brown

Saturday, 09 March 2013 by

Gerald Albright teams up with GRAMMY®-winning guitarist Norman Brown for 24/7, their first album together. Featuring ten killer soul-jazz tracks, 24/7 includes updated versions of “Tomorrow,” a Brothers Johnson classic from 1976, and “Champagne Life,” from singer Ne-Yo’s album Libra Scale. Purchase Gerald Albright’s Music HERE Purchase Norman Brown’s Music HERE

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Peter White

Saturday, 02 March 2013 by

Born into a musical family in Letchworth, England, Peter White began playing piano, clarinet, recorder and harmonica. His interest in the guitar began with the advent of the Beatles (although, unlike his other instruments, he would have to be self-taught, as his parents refused to pay for lessons). White was drawn to electric guitar after

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George Benson

Saturday, 16 February 2013 by

Although his “official” recording career began at age 21, George Benson [born March 22, 1943] has been making music long before that. As a child in Pittsburgh, he performed in a local nightclub [until it was shut down]; he won a singing contest at age 4 and cut a vocal record at age 10. He

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