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The Nearness of You - Larry McKenna, Tony Miceli, Matthew Parrish, Dan Monaghan (2018)

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Larry McKenna - tenor saxophone Tony Miceli - vibraphone Matthew Parrish - bass Dan Monaghan - drums The Nearness of You by Hoagy Carmichael Video copyright ©2018 Melissa Gilstrap. All Rights Reserved. Audio courtesy of Robert E. Bell, CTS Nov. 23, 2018 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.A. 🤍melissagilstrap.com LARRY McKENNA BIOGRAPHY One of the world’s finest jazz saxophone players, Larry McKenna is known for his gorgeous tenor saxophone sound, the beauty of his balladry, and his fluid, bebop-inspired improvisations. After six decades in his profession, his international reputation as both a masterful jazz improviser and educator is firmly established. Over the years, Larry has performed and recorded with many jazz stars including Woody Herman, Clark Terry, Buddy DeFranco, Barry Harris, Tony Bennett, Rosemary Clooney, Jimmy Heath, Jon Faddis, Harry Allen, Terell Stafford, Eric Alexander, Bill Charlap, Warren Vaché, Kenny Barron, Randy Brecker, Wynton Marsalis and Frank Sinatra. Larry McKenna’s composing, songwriting and arranging skills received critical acclaim with the 2013 release of his CD, “From All Sides,” supported in part by a Subito Grant from the American Composers Forum. Among other originals, this CD introduced his popular bossa nova “One Falling Tree” with lyrics by Melissa Gilstrap sung by Joanna Pascale, voted the number two song of the year out of 100 by listeners of WRTI 90.1 FM Philadelphia in 2013. Larry’s writing and arranging skills are further showcased by the Larry McKenna Jazz Orchestra, a 17-piece band dedicated to presenting Larry’s original compositions and arrangements. In 2018, the Larry McKenna Jazz Orchestra was invited by WRTI to video three of Larry’s original songs, two with lyrics by Melissa Gilstrap sung by Joanna Pascale, now presented on NPR's Live Sessions website. Recently Larry McKenna partnered with longtime friend and fellow Philadelphia tenor player, Robert “Bootsie” Barnes, to release their CD, “The More I See You” (Cellar Live 2018). This critically-acclaimed CD placed on national jazz charts for several weeks, and WRTI selected it as “Jazz Album of the Week” in November 2018. In addition to being a frequent guest on recordings by other top jazz players, Larry has released three other CDs under his own name to critical acclaim. “Profile” (Dreambox Media 2009) mixes jazz standards with Larry’s original compositions, including the poignant ballad “Perhaps This Wintertime” with lyrics by Melissa Gilstrap. Premiered on the CD by vocalist Nancy Reed, this ballad was critically praised as “destined to become a new standard” and subsequently performed and/or recorded by other internationally known vocalists, including Denise King, Mary Ellen Desmond and Jackie Ryan. Larry’s earlier CDs, “It Might As Well Be Spring” (Dreambox Media 2001) and “My Shining Hour – Music of Harold Arlen” (EPE Records 1995), received praise from jazz critics across the United States and Canada. Recent performance highlights include Larry McKenna’s 2018 and 2015 “Barry & Larry” concerts with the legendary pianist Barry Harris at William Paterson University in New Jersey. In 2018 and 2014 Larry appeared with the Woody Herman Tribute Band in Los Angeles, including in 2018 a special quintet performance with trumpeter Bobby Shew. Larry was also a featured soloist in two concerts in 2014 with The Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia under the direction of Terell Stafford, together with jazz greats Wynton Marsalis, Jimmy Heath, Kenny Barron, and Randy Brecker. In 2011 the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra showcased Larry as a soloist, performing movements from an orchestral arrangement of Duke Ellington’s “Nutcracker Suite.” Larry is one of the most sought-out saxophone and jazz theory teachers in Philadelphia. He has taught countless students at University of the Arts, Temple University School of Music, West Chester University, Widener University, and Community College of Philadelphia. In recognition of his extensive contributions to the jazz world, in 2015 Larry McKenna along with Pat Martino received a Jazz Legend Award from the Philadelphia Clef Club. Larry has been honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award in jazz performance and education from the University of the Arts; the Jazz Master Award from the Media, Pennsylvania Business Authority; and the Making A Difference Award from The Jazz Bridge Project. Music arranged by Larry McKenna has been performed on “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson and in the Nicolas Cage movie “Birdy,” in which Larry played and appeared. He has published many jazz arrangements for school bands which can be purchased from Northeastern Music Publications. Larry resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with three cats (the feline variety).

Pennies from Heaven - Veronica Swift & Larry McKenna with Alex Claffy Trio & Drew Nugent (2020)

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Veronica Swift - vocals Larry McKenna - tenor sax Alex Claffy Trio: Alex Claffy - bass, Tim Brey - piano, Joe Strasser - drums Drew Nugent - trumpet "Pennies From Heaven" (1936) - music by Arthur Johnston, lyrics by Johnny Burke Filmed & edited by Melissa Gilstrap ©2020 Melissa Gilstrap. All rights reserved. 🤍melissagilstrap.com Veronica Swift: At age 25, Veronica Swift has become one of the world's most sought-after jazz talents. Having grown up on the road with her parents - jazz pianist Hod O'Brien and jazz vocalist Stephanie Nakasian - she was exposed to some of the greatest musicians of the time; Annie Ross, Jon Hendricks, Bob Dorough, Paquito d'Rivera, and Marilyn Maye. Swift was awarded second place at the Thelonious Monk 2015 Jazz Vocal Competition landing her a showcase at the esteemed Birdland Jazz Club in New York City. She then moved to New York in 2017 to continue pursuing her growing career. Maintaining a weekly residency at Birdland, Veronica toured internationally and joined the lineup on the show of Trumpeter Chris Botti. In 2020, Swift will release her next album on Mack Avenue with her regular touring trio: The Emmet Cohen Trio. For more about Swift, please see her website: veronicaswift.com. Larry McKenna: One of the world’s finest jazz saxophone players, Larry McKenna is known for his gorgeous tenor saxophone sound, the beauty of his balladry, and his fluid, bebop-inspired improvisations. After six decades in his profession, his international reputation as both a masterful jazz improviser and educator is firmly established. Over the years, Larry has performed and recorded with many jazz stars including Woody Herman, Clark Terry, Buddy DeFranco, Barry Harris, Tony Bennett, Rosemary Clooney, Jimmy Heath, Jon Faddis, Harry Allen, Terell Stafford, Eric Alexander, Bill Charlap, Warren Vaché, Kenny Barron, Randy Brecker, Wynton Marsalis and Frank Sinatra. Larry McKenna’s composing, songwriting and arranging skills received critical acclaim with the 2013 release of his CD, “From All Sides,” supported in part by a Subito Grant from the American Composers Forum. Among other originals, this CD introduced his popular bossa nova “One Falling Tree” with lyrics by Melissa Gilstrap sung by Joanna Pascale, voted the number two song of the year out of 100 by listeners of WRTI 90.1 FM Philadelphia in 2013. Larry’s writing and arranging skills are further showcased by the Larry McKenna Jazz Orchestra, a 17-piece band dedicated to presenting Larry’s original compositions and arrangements. In 2018, the Larry McKenna Jazz Orchestra was invited by WRTI to video three of Larry’s original songs, two with lyrics by Melissa Gilstrap sung by Joanna Pascale, to be presented on VuHaus.com, public media’s music discovery video platform (now NPR.org). Recently Larry McKenna partnered with longtime friend and fellow Philadelphia tenor player, Robert "Bootsie" Barnes, to release their CD, "The More I See You" (Cellar Live 2018). This critically-acclaimed CD placed on national jazz charts for several weeks, and WRTI selected it as "Jazz Album of the Week" in November 2018. In addition to being a frequent guest on recordings by other top jazz players, Larry has released three other CDs under his own name to critical acclaim. “Profile” (Dreambox Media 2009) mixes jazz standards with Larry’s original compositions, including the poignant ballad “Perhaps This Wintertime” with lyrics by Melissa Gilstrap. Premiered on the CD by vocalist Nancy Reed, this ballad was critically praised as “destined to become a new standard” and subsequently performed and/or recorded by other internationally known vocalists, including Denise King, Mary Ellen Desmond and Jackie Ryan. Larry’s earlier CDs, “It Might As Well Be Spring” (Dreambox Media 2001) and “My Shining Hour – Music of Harold Arlen” (EPE Records 1995), received praise from jazz critics across the United States and Canada. Recent performance highlights include Larry McKenna’s 2018 and 2015 “Barry & Larry” concerts with the legendary pianist Barry Harris at William Paterson University in New Jersey. In 2018 and 2014 Larry appeared with the Woody Herman Tribute Band in Los Angeles, including in 2018 a special quintet performance with trumpeter Bobby Shew. Larry was also a featured soloist in two concerts in 2014 with The Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia under the direction of Terell Stafford, together with jazz greats Wynton Marsalis, Jimmy Heath, Kenny Barron, and Randy Brecker. In 2011 the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra showcased Larry as a soloist, performing movements from an orchestral arrangement of Duke Ellington’s “Nutcracker Suite." Larry is one of the most sought-out saxophone and jazz theory teachers in Philadelphia. He has taught countless students at University of the Arts, Temple University School of Music, West Chester University, Widener University, and Community College of Philadelphia. Larry resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

After You've Gone | Larry McKenna (sax) & (guitar) Pete Smyser | jazz duo

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#JazzGuitar #LarryMcKenna #AfterYou'veGone #PeteSmyser Audio available on Bandcamp: 🤍 guitar: Pete Smyser | 🤍 sax: Larry McKenna song: After You've Gone (by Henry Creamer & Turner Layton) - written in 1918 Please subscribe to my YouTube Channel! Remote guitar lessons available via Facetime, Skype, Zoom, etc. Larry McKenna (sax) came over to my studio to record some songs prior to a performance that we had scheduled later that evening. We recorded 7 songs (audio & video) with no arrangements, no rehearsal, just a single take. Larry is a master of the saxophone and I consider myself very lucky to have the chance to perform with him and to call him my friend. The man is a musical genius and a legend in the Philadelphia area & beyond! Larry and I have recorded and released a number of times... Pete Smyser & Larry McKenna: available through Amazon - 🤍 An Affair to Remember: available through Amazon - 🤍

"There's No You" - Sam Taylor Quintet Featuring Larry McKenna (2019)

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Sam Taylor - tenor saxophone Larry McKenna - tenor saxophone Steve Ash - piano Neal Miner - bass Fukushi Tainaka - drums "There's No You" by Hal Hopper Smalls Jazz Club, New York City June 23, 2019 Filmed by Melissa Gilstrap Copyright ©2019 Melissa Gilstrap. All rights reserved. 🤍melissagilstrap.com

"THESE FOOLISH THINGS: LARRY McKENNA, STEVE ASH, NEAL MINER, FUKUSHI TAINAKA (Smalls, 6.23.19)

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Larry's ballad feature from a wonderful gathering of brilliant generations: tenorist Sam Taylor (left) and mentor Larry McKenna (right), with Steve Ash, piano; Neal Miner, string bass; Fukushi Tainaka, drums. Recorded at Smalls Jazz Club in New York City on June 23, 2019, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (🤍).

Sax Legend Larry McKenna Plays PERFECT Bebop - "Time after Time" | bernie's bootlegs

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Thanks for checking out my video and don't forget to SUBSCRIBE for more killing jazz content! For in-depth interviews with world-class musicians make sure to check out the podcast: 🤍 SUPPORT- If you enjoyed this video, please give it a 'like' and share it with your friends. SUBSCRIBE for more high-quality jazz content: 🤍 I make zero ad revenue from this channel, so it is your continued support makes this channel possible. THANK YOU! -CONNECT Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Join the community! 🤍 CONTACT- Business email: berniesbootlegs🤍gmail.com "Time After Time" Larry McKenna - Sax Tom Lawton - Piano Mike Boone - Bass Dan Monaghan - Drums Want to be featured on this channel? Submit your content to: berniesbootlegs🤍gmail.com : Don't forget to like, share, & subscribe for more jazz videos! Your support helps to keep this channel going. Don't forget to like, share, & subscribe for more jazz videos! Your support helps to keep this channel going. Submit your videos & bootlegs to: berniesbootlegs🤍gmail.com (NEW email) Submit your videos & bootlegs to: berniesbootlegs🤍gmail.com (NEW email) *IMPORTANT* If you are a copyright holder that would like something removed from my channel please message me on YouTube or email me directly, & I usually respond within minutes. I'm happy to take down a certain video if you simply ask - so you do not need to file a DMCA Copyright Takedown Request with YouTube. Thank you! Email: berniesbootlegs🤍gmail.com You can follow my personal account here: 🤍

Ben Turner Quartet feat. Larry McKenna Live at Chris' Jazz Cafe - Fancy Free

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Live from Chris' Jazz Cafe: Ben Turner, guitar Larry McKenna, sax Pat Bianchi, organ Patrick Hwang, drums May 27th, 2022 Like this? Find more at 🤍

Ben Turner Quartet feat. Larry McKenna Live at Chris' Jazz Cafe - Sunday in New York

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Live from Chris' Jazz Cafe: Ben Turner, guitar Larry McKenna, sax Pat Bianchi, organ Patrick Hwang, drums May 27th, 2022 Like this? Find more at 🤍

Larry McKenna - You Know It's Me

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Larry McKenna opens up the 2021 Jazz Bridge Neighborhood Concert series in Cheltenham with this original composition. WithTom Lawton - Piano, Kevin MacConnell - Bass, Dan Monaghan - Drums. Recorded by Jason Fifield in October 2021.

Larry McKenna "How About You"

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Larry McKenna and the Jersey Tomato (2021)

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Tenor saxman Larry McKenna shares his approach to the Jersey Tomato. Bon appetit! A Melissa Gilstrap Production. Copyright ©2021 Melissa Gilstrap. All rights reserved.

The Larry McKenna Quartet

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Presented by Jazz Bridge Cheltenham Center for the Arts October 6, 2021 Larry McKenna, Sax Dan Monaghan, Drums Tom Lawton, Keys Kevin MacConnell, Bass #phillyjazz #jazzbridge

LARRY McKENNA Quintet - "Sinatra Tribute Instrumental"

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Prominent Philadelphia Tenor Saxophonist Larry McKenna Quintet is featured "Sinatra Tribute Instrumental" - The featured musicians are Carmen Gaspero, guitar - Benny Nelson, bass - Pete Jackson, piano - Chick Sperell, drums. This live performance was produced by Danny Luciano Productions.

Larry McKenna - I'll Close My Eyes (2017)

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Larry McKenna - tenor saxophone Tom Lawton - keyboard Dave Brodie - bass Dan Monaghan - drums "I'll Close My Eyes" by Billy Reid Video copyright 2017 Melissa Gilstrap. All rights reserved. Center City Jazz Festival, Philadelphia, PA U.S.A. April 29, 2017 Recorded on Larry McKenna's PROFILE CD with Tom Lawton (piano), Kevin MacConnell (bass) and Dan Monaghan (drums). Find Larry on Facebook at 🤍

Larry Mckenna - Tribute to Mancini

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Jazz Alive Presents - Saxophonist Larry McKenna - June 25, 2022

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Jazz Alive presents their 2022 Summer Concert Series at the historic Waterfowl Building located at 40 South Harrison Street in Easton, Maryland. Continuing the club-like setting of the 2021 series, concertgoers can reserve seats at tables set throughout the hall that offer great views of the stage while enjoying a beverage and lite snacks from a candlelit table. The 2022 Summer Concert Series kicks off on June 25, 2022 with one of the world’s finest jazz saxophone players, Larry McKenna. Larry is known for his gorgeous tenor saxophone sound, the beauty of his balladry, and his fluid, bebop-inspired improvisations. After six decades in his profession, his international reputation as both a masterful jazz improviser and educator is firmly established. Over the years, Larry has performed and recorded with many jazz stars including Woody Herman, Clark Terry, Buddy DeFranco, Barry Harris, Tony Bennett, Rosemary Clooney, Jimmy Heath, Jon Faddis, Harry Allen, Terell Stafford, Eric Alexander, Bill Charlap, Warren Vaché, Kenny Barron, Randy Brecker, Wynton Marsalis, and Frank Sinatra. The Waterfowl Building is at 40 South Harrison Street in Easton, Maryland. Tickets are $48 and available at jazz-alive.org or at the door the day of the event. Students attend free with a Student ID. A cash bar will be available. Proceeds from ticket and concession sales support Jazz Alive’s mission of providing educational support in developing future artists and preserving this great art form through school and community programs. Larry McKenna – tenor saxophone | Tom Lawton – piano | Kevin MacConnell – bass | Dan Monaghan – drums Tickets: 🤍

I'm Confessin' (That I Love You) | Larry McKenna (sax) & (guitar) Pete Smyser

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#LarryMcKenna #ImConfessin #JazzGuitar #PeteSmyser #Sax 7 string Guitar: Pete Smyser / 🤍 Sax: Larry McKenna Song - an instrumental, duo rendition of the 1930 standard "I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)" with lyrics by Al J. Neiburg and music composed by Doc Dougherty and Ellis Reynolds. Pete is an endorser for American Archtop guitars (Nazareth, PA) Larry & I were scheduled to perform one evening and were planning to drive together to the venue. As a last minute whim, I suggested to Larry that if he could come over a bit early, we could record some tracks. He agreed that it was a good idea. We recorded a single take of about 8 songs. This is one of them. Larry & I have recorded a number of times through the years. The first time was in the summer of 2000 on a CD titled Pete Smyser & Larry McKenna. A CD-R is available through Amazon: 🤍 гитара, Gitarre, guitarra, chitarra, violao, guitare

Larry Mckenna Quartet

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You've Changed - Larry McKenna & Bootsie Barnes (2018) - BEAUTIFUL!

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Philadelphians Larry McKenna and Bootsie Barnes have performed together for decades. On this day (Sept. 13, 2018) they both received Lifetime Appreciation Awards and previewed their new album, "The More I See You" on Cellar Live label. Larry performs this song solo on their new album. Video copyright ©2018 Melissa Gilstrap. All rights reserved. 🤍melissagilstrap.com

Larry McKenna Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most

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Beautiful Rendition of this classic tune taken from Larry's stunning album on Dreambox Media DMJ1056 from 2000 'It Might As Well Be Spring' Larry McKenna - Tenor Saxophone Jason Shatill - Piano Pete Colangelo - Bass Jim Schade - Drums Recorded at The Music Centre (Exton PA),8/25 & 28,2000 In a perfect world, Larry McKenna would have a much larger catalog. He would have started recording as a leader when he was in his twenties and gone on to provide at least 30 or 35 albums by the time he reached 60. But It Might As Well Be Spring, which was recorded not long after McKenna's 63rd birthday, is only his second album. Although the tenor saxman is quite capable of playing fast and aggressively, his romantic side prevails on this CD. Ballads are a high priority, and even the songs that aren't ballads (including "April Showers" and "Make Me Rainbows") tend to be reflective and laid-back. One thing that ties many of the selections together is the theme of spring; that is true of "It Might As Well Be Spring," "Spring Is Here," and the title song as well as "April Showers" and Hoagy Carmichael's "One Morning in May." However, this album wasn't actually recorded during the spring the Philadelphian (who is joined by pianist Jason Shatill, bassist Pete Colangelo, and drummer Jim Schade) actually recorded It Might As Well Be Spring during the summer of 2000. Throughout the session, McKenna's lyrical and introspective playing brings to mind Stan Getz. Even though Getz is only one of McKenna's many influences and even though Getz was a member of the cool school and McKenna is very much a hard bopper McKenna gives the impression that he had been paying especially close attention to Getz's work when he entered the studio. Not that McKenna ever allows his own personality to become obscured the veteran tenor man always sounds like himself on this excellent release.

"POLKA DOTS AND MOONBEAMS": Phil Orr, Larry McKenna, Warren Vache, Joe Plowman (9.19.19)

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A tender melodic souvenir from a delightful evening at one of pianist Orr's Thursday-night sessions, "Jazz on Broad," at the Hopewell Valley Inn and Bistro in Hopewell, New Jersey. The participants are Phil Orr, Larry McKenna, tenor; Warren Vache, cornet; Joe Plowman, string bass. Recorded on September 9, 2019, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (🤍).

"YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY": Phil Orr, Larry McKenna, Warren Vache, Tobias, Plowman (9.19.19)

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A swing souvenir from a delightful evening at one of pianist Orr's Thursday-night sessions, "Jazz on Broad," at the Hopewell Valley Inn and Bistro in Hopewell, New Jersey. The participants are Phil Orr, Larry McKenna, tenor; Warren Vache, cornet; Joe Plowman, string bass; Danny Tobias, trumpet, Angelo DiBraccio, alto saxophone. Recorded on September 9, 2019, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (🤍).

Larry Mckenna - Polkadots and Moonbeams

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Brian Morris Quintet at South Jazz Parlor Saxes- Larry Mckenna, Brian Morris Jr. Piano - Joe Block Bass- Mike Boone Drums - Adam Nussbaum

Larry McKenna I'll Close My Eyes

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Larry McKenna is a perfect example of a jazz musician who isn't well known nationally but is considered a master of his instrument in his home town. The majority of jazz lovers in New York or Boston may not be familiar with him, but mention McKenna's name to many jazzmen in Philadelphia, and they'll tell you that, along with Bootsie Barnes and Jimmy Oliver, he's one of the city's best tenor sax players. After joining a high school jazz band at 14 and playing small gigs around Philly as a young adult, McKenna got his first significant break when, in 1959, he spent six months on the road as a member of Woody Herman's Big Band. McKenna was with George Young in 1962 and Al Raymond in 1970, and it was in the early 1970s that he started teaching at Temple University, West Chester University and Philadelphia Community College. Over the years, he's recorded with Herman, Buddy DeFranco and Dr. Bruce Klauber as a sideman and played countless local gigs as a leader, but he didn't record a CD of his own until 1997, when he provided My Shining Hour: Larry McKenna Plays Harold Arlen for the tiny, Pittsburgh-based Alanna Records. The late 1990s found McKenna continuing to teach at the above-mentioned colleges while playing around Philly regularly. Taken from his wonderul Album 'Profile' from 2009

Jazz Sax Duet - the GREAT Larry McKenna!

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At the 2014 Garnet Valley Jazz Night, I had the honor of sharing the stage with jazz great and Philly legend Larry McKenna!! What a great time! Joined on the stage by Tom Lawton on piano, Kevin MacConnell on bass, and Dan Monaghan on drums.

On the Sunny Side of the Street: Larry McKenna, Bill Schilling

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Saxophone great Larry McKenna and keyboard master Bill Schilling perform a wonderful jazz rendition of "On the Sunny Side of the Street" at the Sandi Pointe Bistro in Somers Point, NJ on July 5th. You can also see the holiday parade at the south end of Ocean City.

Larry McKenna w/ Dave Posmontier, Dave Brodie, and Doug Hirlinger- The Close Things

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From a recent concert with the Great LARRY MCKENNA

Larry McKenna - The Man, The Myth The Legend

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The Winetopia team travelled to Martinborough to have some fun with the man…the myth…the legendary Larry McKenna. Larry McKenna, Escarpment Vineyard Director and Wine Maker, retired from Escarpment Vineyard in May, 2022. In this interview Larry shares with us his start in Martinborough, and his thoughts on the Martinborough wine scene, past, present and future.

Action Blues - Larry McKenna Quintet (2017)

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"Action Blues" by Larry McKenna & Melissa Gilstrap Larry McKenna - tenor sax Joe McDonough - trombone Josh Richman - piano Kevin MacConnell - bass Harry Butch Reed - drums South Jazz Kitchen, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania U.S.A. - Sept. 13, 2017 Filmed by Melissa Gilstrap. ©2017 Melissa Gilstrap. All rights reserved.

Larry Mckenna Quartet Live

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Larry Mckenna - sax Tony Miceli - vibes Justin Sewkewleski - bass Dan Monaghan - drums

"I Hear A Rhapsody" - Larry McKenna, Neil Podgurski, David Brodie (2012)

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Video ©2012 Melissa Gilstrap. All rights reserved.

"YOU'VE CHANGED": SAM TAYLOR - LARRY McKENNA QUINTET (Smalls, 6.23.19)

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A wonderful gathering of brilliant generations: tenorist Sam Taylor (left) and mentor Larry McKenna (right), with Steve Ash, piano; Neal Miner, string bass; Fukushi Tainaka, drums. Recorded at Smalls Jazz Club in New York City on June 23, 2019, by Michael Steinman for JAZZ LIVES (🤍).

Larry McKenna Quartet - Meglio Stasera (It Had Better Be Tonight) (2017)

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Larry McKenna - tenor saxophone Tony Miceli - vibraphone David Brodie - bass Dan Monaghan - drums Meglio Stasera by Henry Mancini, arr. by Dan Monaghan Video ©2017 Melissa Gilstrap. All rights reserved.

Polkadots & Moonbeams, feat. Larry McKenna - live at TD Vancouver International Jazz Fest 2018

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Polkadots & Moonbeams, featuring Larry McKenna Sam Taylor Quintet Live at TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival 2018 🤍samtaylormusic.com Sam Taylor & Larry McKenna, tenor saxophone Chris Gestrin, piano Paul Rushka, bass Jesse Cahill, drums

Just You, Just Me - Larry McKenna (sax) & (guitar) Pete Smyser - jazz duo

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#JustYouJustMe #LarryMcKenna #JazzGuitar #PeteSmyser Pete Smyser: 7 string guitar / 🤍 Larry McKenna: sax song: Just You, Just Me (by Raymond Klages & Jesse Greer) - composed in 1929 for the movie "Marianne" 7 string guitar - made by Dale Unger of American Archtop Guitars / 🤍 Larry McKenna came over and record some songs in my studio prior to an evening performance that we had scheduled in the summer of 2016. We recorded impromptu versions of 7 songs... no arrangements, no rehearsal, just a single take. Larry and I have recorded and released a number of times. The first was "Pete Smyser & Larry McKenna" back in 2000. There are some copies left in circulation (CD format). Digital downloads are also available. For information about this and other recordings available, please visit my website (🤍 ).

If I Could be with You One Hour Tonight | Larry McKenna (sax) & Pete Smyser (guitar)

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#JazzGuitar #IfICouldBeWithYouOneHourTonight #PeteSmyser #LarryMckenna Pete Smyser: 7 string guitar | 🤍 Larry McKenna: sax Song: "If I Could be with You (One Hour Tonight)" composed in 1926 by Henry Creamer & James P. Johnson. I plan to include this on a limited release CD as well as digital outlets such as Apple Music, Amazon, etc. Please contact me through my website if you would like to reserve your copy of a CD in advance. Audio & video produced in by Pete Smyser My 7-string guitar (2017 American Legend model) was handcrafted by Dale & Tyler Unger of American Archtop Guitars in Nazareth, PA | 🤍 Subscribe to my channel Remote guitar lessons available via Facetime, Skype, Zoom, etc. гитара, Gitarre, guitarra, chitarra, violao, guitare

Larry McKenna - Out of Nowhere

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A transcription of the great Larry McKenna's solo over "Out of Nowhere." This is from a live performance with the Ed Vezinho/ Jim Ward Big Band on 5/2/11. Go to 🤍 for a free PDF of this transcription as well as many others. Enjoy! The original video can be found here: 🤍

2011-05-02 Larry McKenna Out Of Nowhere

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Philadelphia legend Larry McKenna plays his arrangement of "Out Of Nowhere". He was the guest soloisit with the Ed Vezinho/Jim Ward Big Band at a concert at Sandi Pointe in Somers Point, NJ. 5/2/11

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