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Jeff Crompton, Viceroy Cyprian

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CREDIT: John Arthur
SAXOPHONIST/COMPOSER: Jeff Crompton will perform a solo set at No Tomorrow Sun., May 15, for a matinee program that also includes Atlanta-based multi-instrumentalist George Kotler-Wallace performing under the moniker Viceroy Cyprian.
Sunday May 15, 2022 04:00 PM EDT
Cost: Free,
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CL Critic Doug DeLoach Recommends: Two solo sets by Jeff Crompton and Viceroy Cyprian, respectively, comprise a special matinee program at the No Tomorrow performance space in Underground Atlanta. Saxophonist/composer Crompton leads and participates in a number of groups around Atlanta including the Edgewood Saxophone Trio, Standard Practice and the Sataraš Quartet. At No Tomorrow he will be performing original pieces and obscure classics from the jazz repertoire. For his set, Viceroy Cyprian (the nom du guerre of Atlanta multi-instrumentalist George Kotler-Wallace) will employ steel guitar, banjo and electronics to create hypnotic ambient soundscapes infused by Southern chill. — DD

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Jeff Crompton was born in Atlantain 1958. For 30 years, beginning in 1982, he taught public school band in the Atlanta area. During that period, he played with a variety of bands and musicians, including pianist/composer Michael J. Smith, Darryl Rhoades, and The BazookaAnts, a free jazz/funk trio. Since retiring from teaching, Jeff has focused on composition and performing his off-center, jazz-based music around the Southeast. More recent musical associates include guitarists Davey Williams and Eugene Chadbourne, Roger Ruzow, and The 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra, In 2019 Jeff was featured as guest soloist with Godspeed You! Black Emperor at their Atlanta show. 
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Website: Jeff Crompton was born in Atlanta in 1958. For 30 years, beginning in 1982, he taught public school band in the Atlanta area. During that period, he played with a variety of bands and musicians, including pianist/composer Michael J. Smith, Darryl Rhoades, and The Bazooka Ants, a free jazz/f... | more...

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