Richard Adams

Richard Adams of Nashville, TN, earned a doctorate of musical arts from the University of Memphis, and he lectures at Middle Tennessee State University. Adams released Stories with Jerry and Marlène Tachoir ’76. Visit richardscottadams.com.

Kenny Selcer

Kenny Selcer ’81
Kenny Selcer ’81

Kenny Selcer of Lexington, MA, is working on a new recording that will include Americana, folk, and folk/rock styles. Visit kennyselcer.com.

Scott Robinson

Saxophonist Scott Robinson of Teaneck, NJ, released Tone Ventures, an album of duets with Roscoe Mitchell. Visit sciensonic.net.

Laura Dreyer

Laura Dreyer ’81
Laura Dreyer ’81

Laura Dreyer of New York City released the album Vida. Arte. Amor, recorded in Rio De Janiero, and engineered by Carlos Fuchs. Visit lauradreyer.com.

David Young

David Young of Decatur, GA, published the school counseling book Skits Are a Hoot for Little Toots!, for grades 2 to 4. He is developing a therapeutic card game for students called “Acting Out.”

Baron Brown

Bassist Baron Brown of Randolph, MA, has toured with Jean-Luc Ponty and as a member of Steve Smith’s Vital Information group.

Wilson Bent

Wilson Bent of Austin, TX, played bass on the Woot Talley + the Box CD Right Where I Want to Be. The group performed live on Good Day, Austin. Visit woottalley.com.

Pascoal Meirelles

Pascoal Meirelles of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, released the Latin jazz album 50.

Jonathan R. Lax

Jonathan R. Lax of Summit, NJ, performed at the Festival of Trumpets Concert at the International Trumpet Guild conference.

Jimmy McIntosh

Ronnie Wood (left) and Jimmy McIntosh ’78
Ronnie Wood (left) and Jimmy McIntosh ’78

Guitarist Jimmy McIntosh of Las Vegas, NV, released the album Jimmy McIntosh and…, where he shares the spotlight with fellow guitarists Ronnie Wood, Mike Stern ’75, and John Scofield ’73. Visit jimmymcintosh.com.

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