Jeff Hedberg - Chicago jazz singer, trumpet player, educator

Nice Work...if You Can Get It (Pages of Paich, Vol. 2)

by Jeff Hedberg & C11

Released 2013
Jph Music
Released 2013
Jph Music
Cool swinging, classic vocals backed by a solid 10 piece ensemble that includes three saxes, two trumpets, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba, Bass, Drums.
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Jeff Hedberg & C11 is a 12-piece, Chicago-based jazz ensemble, founded and lead by jazz vocalist/trumpeter and Blujazz Recording Artist, Jeff Hedberg. The group, formed in April 2008, performs large ensemble jazz in the West Coast "Cool" style. The band features many of the top soloists, section players and freelance artists that reside in the Chicagoland area.

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Nice Work … If You Can Get It is the second in a series of albums recorded …
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Too Darn Hot

by Jeff Hedberg & C11

Released 2011
JPH Music
Released 2011
JPH Music
Cool swinging, classic vocals backed by a solid 10 piece ensemble that includes three saxes, two trumpets, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba, Bass, Drums.
NOTES
Jeff Hedberg & C11 is a 12-piece, Chicago-based jazz ensemble, founded and lead by jazz vocalist/trumpeter and Blujazz Recording Artist, Jeff Hedberg. The group, formed in April 2008, performs large ensemble jazz in the West Coast "Cool" style. The band features many of the top soloists, section players and freelance artists that reside in the Chicagoland area.

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Back in 2004, Jeff Hedberg, a talented singer and trumpeter, made a strong impression with …
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The Summer Knows

by Various Artists

Released 2004
Blujazz
Released 2004
Blujazz
Intimate Jazz vocals and flugelhorn playing reminiscent of Chet Baker
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Liner Notes from "The Summer Knows:"

It's a cold Saturday night in a smoky Chicago night club circa 1960. Amidst the din of voices and sporadic laughter Chet Baker enters stage right with his trumpet in hand. The spotlight highlights the haze, and he opens with "My Funny Valentine". Forty-five years later, Jeff Hedberg enters the same stage carrying his flugelhorn; the spotlight highlights his presence, and an hour and a half later, he closes with …
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