MIKE CLARK gained worldwide recognition as one of America’s foremost jazz and funk drummers while playing with Herbie Hancock’s group in the early 1970’s. Mike became known as a major innovator through his incisive playing on Hancock’s Thrust album, which garnered him an international cult following. Mike Clark, Delbert Bump, Steve Homan will record with Singer Tony Adamo at the end of June/2011. UC Davis jazz director Delbert Bump has established himself in the musical world as a performing artist playing piano, keyboards, and jazz organ.Steve Homan has performed professionally for over 30 years. He has performed with such jazz artists as Howard Alden, Herb Ellis, Jimmy Smith, Joe Williams, Ed Thigpen, Hugh Masakela, Art Van Damme, Anita O’Day, Joey Calderazo, Mel Martin, Diane Schuur, and The Nelson Riddle Concert Orchestra. Steve has also appeared on recordings with Anita O’Day, Pete Jolly and vibraphonist Gene Estes. In addition, Homan has performed, composed and arranged music on CDs featuring The Delbert Bump Jazz Organ Trio and a tribute to the great jazz guitar/piano duets in collaboration with Joe Gilman. Singer Tony Adamo is a Strokeland Record Artist. Strokeland is owned by Funk Great and Tower of Power Co-funder Stephen “Doc” Kupka. Mike Clark plays on Tony Adamo's Stright Up Deal and What is Hip? CD's. Fred Harris/ Urbanzone Records
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