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Jerry Mack
Jerry Mack is a BMI composer, Hammond organist and pianist. He was born and has lived his live in New York City and the immediate vicinity. Born to two pianists, his exposure to repertoire was vast in the early years. Immediate influences were Gershwin, Beethoven, Afro-Cuban, Brazilian, and sounds of the Near East. His father, Richard Mack was a student of international music. Further on, influenced by southern blues, British progressive rock and Jazz-type American fusion, Jerry integrated his writing style to suit his most powerful influence, the sounds of the Hammond organ.
Today, Jerry composes under contract for "Sonikstep", a revolutionary library of modern commercially broadcast material. Striving for perfection, he collected one of the most powerful groups of musicians in modern history to launch his first CD, "Fortress of Feathers", to critical acclaim. He operates comfortably in virtually any musical setting, but has his feet placed firmly in the exploratory and progressive realm, behind the Hammond organ with his trio. Mack currently resides in New Rochelle, NY.
contact: jerry@jerrymack.com
homepage: www.jerrymack.com
myspace www.myspace.com/jerrymackband
on tour Click on the logo to see Jerry's tour dates.


Fortress Of Feathers
no label
recorded 2005-2006 in Ossining, NY/USA
Jerry Mack, Hammond CV organ, piano, synthesizers
Rosa Avila, drums
Bob Mintzer, alto sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet
Jim Pugh, trombone
Gary Smulyan, baritone sax
Bob Millken, trumpet, flugelhorn
Gregory Jones, bass
Mark Stewart, daxophone, citar, guitar, hung drum, digeridoo, banjo, cello, mandolin
Clifford Carter, piano
Ralph Irizarri, latin percussion
Allison Veltz, vocals
Laura Veltz, vocals
no label
recorded February 2009 in Purchase College, NY/USA
Jerry Mack, Hammond CV organ
Dana Scofidio, guitar
Gregg Sulzer, drums
In The Dream
In The Dream Music
recorded 2010 in Mamaroneck, NY/USA
Jerry Mack, organ
Dana Scofidio, guitar
Rosa Avila, drums

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