Dave Reffett

Guitarist and singer Dave Reffett of Woburn, MA, was featured on the cover of the April-May issue of Asia’s Guitar Plus magazine with guitarist George Lynch. Reffett also headlined the NAMM Metal Jam 2012 and is featured on Michael Angelo Batio’s CD Intermezzo. Additionally, Esoterik Guitars has created the Dave Reffett signature model series.


Jonathan Singer

Marimbist Jonathan Singer of Brooklyn, NY, is the leader of the Xylopholks, a costumed group of musicians playing novelty ragtime music from the 1920s. Visit www.xylopholks.com.


Patrick Sanders

Drummer Patrick Sanders of Arlington, MA, released the new CD Space Age Bachelor Pad Blues with the organ trio Bees Deluxe.


Tom Roslak

Tom Roslak of Los Angeles, CA, is touring with Robert Schwartzman and Brian Bell of Weezer. Visit www.tomroslak.com.


Khari Allen Lee

Saxophonist, composer, and educator Khari Allen Lee of New Orleans, LA, released Conscious Evolution featuring pianist Michael Pellera ’76. Visit www.khariallenlee.com.


Angela Johnson-Swan

Angela Johnson-Swan of Montreal, Quebec, was hired as the guitarist for Cirque du Soleil’s production Amaluna. The group began a Canadian tour on April 19 and will tour the United States in 2013.


Patrick Dugan

Guitarist Patrick Dugan of Naperville, IL, released his second album, Strategy, with his band Harlan Flo. He also produced the children’s music album Come Swim with Me by Amy Peters. Visit www.harlanflo.com.


Romain Collin

Jazz pianist Romain Collin of New York City released The Calling with Kendrick Scott ’03 on drums and Luques Curtis ’04 on bass. Visit www.romaincollin.com.


Lydia Veilleux

Fiddler Lydia Veilleux of Los Angeles, CA, and the Rocky Neck Bluegrass Band won the California Bluegrass Association’s Great 48 Hour Showcase Showdown in Bakersfield, CA. The group, which includes Devitt Feeley ’84 and Craig Ferguson ’05, will play at the 2012 Father’s Day Bluegrass Festival in Grass City, CA. Visit www.rockyneckbluegrass.com.


Maya Ayam Rogers

Maya Ayam Rogers of Berrien Center, MI, is leading the Modern Folk Project to interview and collaborate with local musicians in 12 American cities. Visit www.modernfolkproject.com.