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April 20, 2016

April 29th – Club Django – Ron Oswanski Quartet

Ron Oswanski Quartet @ Club Django 10:30PM – 1:30AM

Adam Niewood – Saxophones,

Brad Mason – Trumpet,

Ian Froman – Drums,

Ron Oswanski – Organ


The Roxy Hotel

2 Ave of the Americas
New York, NY 10013
(212) 519-6600

April 8, 2016

Things We Did Last Summer – Organik Vibe Trio’s 2016 Release on CellarLive Records.


A Trio of Swinging Maynard Ferguson Alumnus complete the Organik Vibe Trio’s second release entitled “Things We Did Last Summer”.

An all star Hammond B3 project featuring the trio of Ron Oswanski, Joel Frahm, and Marko Marcinko with special guests Dave Samuels and Vic Juris.

Organik Vibe Trio - Things We Did Last Summer

Organik Vibe Trio – Things We Did Last Summer

The Organik Vibe Trio features a unique array of sonic characteristics from a jazz trio and guests. The combination of a tenor saxophone in conjunction with the Hammond B3, drum set, and percussion create rich layers of endless possibilities. With a trio of creative players plus a vibraphone virtuoso, a jazz guitar giant and choice repertoire, you’ll be sure to enjoy!

“Things We Did Last Summer” returns the trio back to its original core roots of sax, organ and drums. With the addition of guests on vibraphone and guitar, the Organik Vibe Trio creates a fabulous new shape and sound. Please enjoy the musical journey this recording offers.


January 29, 2016

Studio Video of December’s Moon

Studio footage of Ron Oswanski’s December’s Moon featuring Tim Ries, John Patitucci, and Clarence Penn… Enjoy…

December 3, 2015

Video from the Maria Schneider Tour

Here are a few videos from the Maria Schneider tour I did.. Couple of great clips from Poland..

February 21, 2015

Sheryl Bailey 3

Here’s a couple of my favorite peeps to hang and play with!!  Sheryl Bailey and Ian Froman!!  And if you haven’t purchased “A Meeting of Minds“, please do so.  We also have some tour dates coming up:


  • April 28, 2015
    The Sheryl Bailey 3 in HONG KONG
    International Jazz Day Concert
    2 Harbour Road
    Wanchai, Hong Kong
  • April 29 – May 16, 2015
    The Sheryl Bailey 3 in China
    Details TBA
  • Watch for more info HERE.


November 8, 2014

A blast from the past with Maynard Ferguson

Here’s a tune that I composed and arranged for Maynard Ferguson’s Big Bop Nouveau Band..   Milk of the Moon..

April 30, 2013

December’s Moon Hits Jazz Charts – April 29th, 2013

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March 5, 2013

Led Zeppelin’s Rain Song – Covered on December’s Moon CD

In case your not familiar with “The Rain Song”, here’s the original and some back ground info..   Be sure to check my version of it on

The Original

December’s Moon…


The Rain Song” is a ballad song from English rock band Led Zeppelin‘s fifth album Houses of the Holy, released in 1973. “The Rain Song” is a ballad of over 7 minutes in length. Guitarist Jimmy Page originally constructed the melody of this song at his home in Plumpton, England, where he had recently installed a studio console. A new Vista model, it was partly made up from the Pye Mobile Studio which had

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February 3, 2013

Maria Schneider Orchestra – NY Times Review

New York Times Review from the Jazz Standard

I was thrilled to be a part of this amazing week of music!!   Ever since her very first recording, I’ve been a huge fan of her music!

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February 3, 2013

Oswanski to release December’s Moon – Distributed by Palmetto Records

Oswanski to release December’s Moon on Palmetto Records

Ron Oswanski - December's Moon Promo Video

Click the Images to launch the video.

Let me borrow a page from the Belgian surrealist artist Rene Magritte by saying: This is not an organ record.

As you may know, Magritte famously painted a picture of a tobacco pipe, floating mid-canvas, with the advisory “Ceci n’est pas une pipe” (“This is not a pipe”) emblazoned across the bottom. Among other intents, Magritte meant to confound the observer’s expectations – as does Ron Oswanski with this album. It may look like an “organ jazz” record, but trust me: this is anything but.

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