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Rob Hart

Rob Hart
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United States
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San Francisco Bay Area based drummer and bandleader, his trio plays a blend of traditional jazz, fusion, funk, latin and textural experimental music, along with high-powered, on-the-edge improvisations.
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http://http://robharttrio.com/
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Rob Hart Trio — 3000 Realms of 10 Worlds Rob Hart Trio — 3000 Realms of 10 Worlds
(No Cat #, 2013, CD)

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