Jacob Cohen of Williamsburg, NY, plays the part of a drummer in the Broadway comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, featuring James Corden at the Music Box Theatre in Manhattan. For more information, visit www. jacobcolincohen.com.
Ellen Angelico of Nashville, TN, has advanced from agent to part owner of Vulcan Army Booking. She helped spearhead the release of the agency’s first compilation album, This Is Vulcan Army Booking, Vol. 1. Visit www.vulcanarmybooking.com.
Bassist Ian Underwood of Bridgewater, CT, just released the jazz-fusion album Help I Lost My Body. It features Melissa Aldana on sax, Juan Ospina ’07 on piano, and Devin Collins on drums. Visit www.ianunderwoodbass.com.
Trombonist Grzegorz Rogala of Zgierz, Poland, and his band Projekt Grzegorza Rogali performed a John Zorn composition featuring Israeli saxophonist Sagit Zilberman and a rapper on the Kosher Jam on UK Jazz Radio in December 2011. Visit www.rogala.art.pl.
In February The Simpsons aired its 500th episode, making it the third-longest-running scripted prime-time show in TV history— just behind Lassie and Gunsmoke. The show’s longtime composer, Alf Clausen ’66, has recorded more than 15,000 cues during the show’s 22-year run with one of the most elite studio orchestras in television.
Guitarist Daniel Miller of Kirkland, WA, teaches guitar, ukulele, violin, piano, percussion, voice, and a rock band ensemble at the Kirkland Children’s Music Studio. He is also an active performer. Visit www.danielmiller.org.
Wayne Sermon of American Fork, UT, is a member of the band Imagine Dragons that was recently signed to Interscope Records. Other band members include Daniel Platzman ’09 (drums) and Ben McKee ’09 (bass).