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Greg Black Mouthpieces
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West Orange, NJ  07052
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Joe Fielder

Joe Fielder

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Since moving to New York in 1993, trombonist Joe Fiedler has performed in a wide array of musical settings within both the Jazz and Latin music scenes. He has performed or recorded with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Lee Konitz, Kenny Wheeler, Cecil Taylor, Anthony Braxton, The Mingus Big Band, The Lionel Hampton Orchestra, The Maria Schneider Orchestra, Myra Melford, and Roswell Rudd. Currently, he is a member of pianist Andrew Hill’s Sextet+11, saxophonist Phillip Johnston’s new group, Fast and Bulbous, featuring Gary Lucas, saxophonist Chris Jonas’ innovative group, The Sun Spits Cherries, drummer Ed Ware’s Tree, and big bands led by pianists Jason Lindner and Satoko Fujii, among others. In addition he has appeared on more than 30 recordings, including his 1999 debut CD as a leader, 110 Bridge St., for the CIMP label.

As a member of New York’s Latin music scene, Fiedler was a founding member of the highly acclaimed Latin Jazz group Timbalaye, led by percussionist Ralph Irizarry. As a member of Timbalaye he was able to perform with such greats as Tito Puente, Hilton Ruiz, Dave Valentin, Nestor Torres and Papo Lucca. Fiedler has also played with a veritable “Who’s Who” of singers, including vocal legends Cheo Feliciano, Lalo Rodriguez, and Andy Montanez, former Fania All-Star’s, Ismael Miranda and Pete “El Conde” Rodriguez, and current superstars, La India, Domingo Quinones, and Tito Nieves. He is currently playing with superstar Celia Cruz, the all-star salsa super group, The RMM All-Stars, Larry Harlow and the Latin Legends, drummer Bobby Sanabria’s Grammy-nominated latin big band, and the exciting latin fusion group Viento de Agua.

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