Eugene Jacquescoley
Eugene Jacquescoley
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Classical - Contemporary | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 183   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: 7/24/2014

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Dr. Eugene Jacquescoley is a 48y.o. multi-instrumentalist from California. Look for his new album "Je ne Pas Where Paris Est" in early 2013 on Island Def Jam Digital. His primary influences include Pino Dinaggio, Russ Freeman, Montavani and George Benson. Eugene's musical career began 40 years ago.

He received his first piano lesson at the age of 8. He played Johannes Brahms No. 1 in D minor by the age of 10. When he was 11, his parents added the cello to his musical tutelage and he played his first classical concert of Brahms (piano) and Dvorak (cello) in California when he was 15.

Eugene has also played in high school marching, concert and jazz bands in California. He later joined the drum and bugle corp. While in the United States Air Force, he played in the Strategic Air Command's marching band. Over the years, Eugene has been a session performer and played in over 500 shows in 25 countries.


Latest News

Eugene is proud to announce, that he has joined the roster of weRwe Records. http://www.reverbnation.com/label/werwe

Cheers.

J


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Eugene Jacquescoley posted over 30 days ago to Eugene Jacquescoley


We hope everyone had an excellent Memorial Day weekend.

   
 
Susan Witzel posted over 30 days ago to Eugene Jacquescoley


Really enjoyed listening to your music. Loved your titles too- intriguing!

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Eugene Jacquescoley posted over 30 days ago


Thanks Susan. Cheers. J


Cyndi Corkran posted over 30 days ago to Eugene Jacquescoley


......and, the delicate, "If You Leave Me Now"; gorgeous! Very tender music........I can hear this as a soundtrack to a period piece.

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Eugene Jacquescoley posted over 30 days ago


Wow. Thanks Cyndi. Cheers. J


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