Join Becky Ogden this Thursday, September 2nd for another Bungalow Jazz show at her East 5th Avenue home. This installment features jazz trumpeter Brad Goode, with Steve Schmidt, piano, Doug Richeson, bass & Jim Rupp, drums. The concert is located at 2539 East Fifth Avenue in Columbus, between the intersection of I-670 with Fifth Avenue, and North Cassady Avenue. But access to the house is from Margaret Avenue. Show time is at 8:30pm. For more information on Bungalow Jazz shows, visit www.BungalowJazz.com
More About Trumpeter Brad Goode:
Multi-Instrumentalist Brad Goode was born in Chicago in 1963 and classically trained on violin from age 4. Brad switched to guitar and cornet at age 11. He took an early interest in the music of Louis Armstrong, learning many of his classic solos by age 13.
He has studied trumpet with Cat Anderson, Byron Baxter and Vincent DiMartino, and studied string bass with Larry Gray and Donald Garrett. Brad earned his Bachelor degree in Trumpet at the University of Kentucky, and his Masters degree in Bass at DePaul University.
He has been featured with the bands of Eddie Harris, Ira Sullivan, Von Freeman, Curtis Fuller, Jack DeJohnette and Red Rodney. He led his own combo from 1986 until 1998, appearing at major festivals and night clubs around the world, including a twelve year weekly stint at the famous Green Mill jazz club in Chicago.
Brad Goode has served on the faculties of the American Conservatory of Music, New Trier H.S., Cuyahoga Community College, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and the University of Colorado, where he is currently Associate Professor of Jazz Studies. He makes frequent appearances as a soloist and clinician at colleges and high schools throughout the country. He has recorded for the Delmark, Sunlight and SteepleChase labels. Brad also performs as a jazz bassist.
Learn more about Brad Goode on his website: http://www.bradgoode.com/