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December 8, 2010 | "Nothing Serious" Jazz with Bryce Milano

We've mentioned this young talent before, having met Bryce Milano at Rigelfest in 2005 while chaperoned by father, Joseph who actually hailed not far from JazzMando headquarters west of Lincoln, Nebraska. Bryce has done well under the tutelage of world renown mandolinist, Mike Marshall and a connection with jazz educator/premiere violinist Darol Anger and String Nation.


Bryce's recent music incarnation has him hooked up with some fabulous Boston area musicians in a Jazz/Latin/Samba group called "Nothing Serious." The band name a bit tongue in cheek, these boys are seriously good. Their MySpace page has some sample acoustic mando-fusion recordings well worth your time to explore.


Keep an eye on these guys!

Enjoy band MySpace page: Nothing Serious

Genre: Jazz / Latin / Samba
Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Posted by Ted at December 8, 2010 9:52 AM

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