Wednesday, October 12, 2016
The Musig-Christensen Duo has performed around the Puget Sound area since forming in 2006. This guitar-saxophone-vocal collaboration combines jazz guitar, songwriting and the vocals of Keith Musig with tenor bebop lines of Troy Christensen creating a rich, modern sound drawing from multiple jazz and rock musical influences.
The repertoire includes a unique take on vocal and instrumental jazz standards and original compositions. The Material falls broadly into the categories of swing, blues, and modern jazz, creating an inviting mood of melodic, chordal approach guitar playing, tenor-range vocals and instrumental improvisations.
In addition both musicians have performed with Puget Sound jazz groups, including the Keith Musig Quartet, Candy Shoppe, Bebop Co-op, and Rhythm Changes. Troy Christensen has also performed with Diane Schurr, Ernestine Anderson, Bud Shank and the O'Jays.
Keith Musig is an accomplished jazz guitarist and songwriter who has called Tacoma home for the last 17 years. Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, Keith has been forging his craft through a variety of musical outlets such as: Candy Shoppe, Musig-Christensen Duo, One Flight Up, and the Keith Musig Trio.
The group features locals: Troy Christensen on Tenor and Soprano Sax, Walker Sherman on drums, and Phil Davis on bass.
Regardless of whether he’s playing solo or with others, Keith's repertoire includes his unique take on vocal and instrumental jazz standards as well as his own compositions. His material falls broadly into the categories of swing, blues, and modern jazz, creating an inviting mood from a melodic, chordal approach to the guitar and tenor-range vocals.
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