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Each cat in the SFJQ brings to the bandstand a lifetime of experience in jazz and other musical styles, which they blend together in a magical and very unique way. After more than ten years of playing together, the whole is definitely greater than the sum of the parts – though the parts are pretty darn good.

Nolan Gasser

Nolan Gasser

Nolan Gasser is a critically acclaimed composer, pianist, arranger, and musicologist – most notably as the Architect of Pandora Radio’s Music Genome Project. Nolan received his Ph.D. in Musicology from Stanford University, where he’s been an Adjunct Professor in Medieval and Renaissance Music History; at the same time, he’s been playing jazz since his early teens. His compositions have been performed at such venues as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, La Salle Pleyel (Paris), and the Rose Bowl, and by some of the most distinguished orchestras and soloists in the world. Among current projects, Nolan was commissioned to write an opera for San Francisco (2013).

Roger Glenn

Roger Glenn – vibes, reeds

Roger Glenn is the son of famed jazz musician Tyree Glenn, who performed with the likes of Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and Cab Calloway. Roger entered the jazz scene at an early age and has worked and recorded with such legends as Dizzy Gillespie, Mongo Santamaria, Cal Tjader, Donald Byrd, and many others. He has also led his own group, which recorded with the Fantasy label. Roger is equally at home on the vibes, the flute, the clarinet, and all saxes – as well as percussion. His greatest passion is Latin Jazz, but his musical horizons extend broadly into jazz, classical, and popular styles.

Terry Miller

Terry Miller – bass

Terry Miller is one of the most sought-after bassists in the Bay Area. He is equally proficient on the upright and the electric, playing all styles from jazz to rock classical, and beyond. He has performed and recorded with such marquee players as the Doobie Brothers, Prince, Willie Nelson, Steve Allen, and many others.

Andrew Eberhard

Andy Eberhard – drums

Andrew Eberhard is the son of famed pianist and music educator Carl Eberhard, and is fluent in a wide array of musical styles, emphasizing jazz and rock. He is a first call drummer in the Bay Area and has worked and toured with such legends as Randy Brecker, Tim Hagans, Joe Louis Walker, Bob Weir, Jerry Bergonzi, Barry Finnerty, Nat Adderley, The Contemporary Jazz Orchestra, and many others. 


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