Dennis Caiazza

Dennis Caiazza, originally from Rochester, New York, earned a Bachelors of Music in Classical Guitar from the Crane School of Music, and did extensive graduate work on string bass in the Jazz Studies Program at The Eastman School. He has been a full-time professional musician for over 20 years. Before moving to Atlanta in 1992, Dennis played and sang regularly with the Gap Mangione Jazz Trio and Big Band, and also performed with jazz greats Clark Terry, Eddie Daniels and Marian McPartland. As a veteran of several popular rock and blues bands, Dennis has opened for such luminaries as The Allman Brothers, The Band, Joan Armatrading and Johnny Winters. During his ten years in Atlanta his playing and personal singing style kept him in great demand for local recording sessions, orchestra work and club dates. In 1998 Dennis formed "Swing Factory," an eight piece swing band that played in and around the Atlanta area, they recorded two CD's and remained a popular force on the jazz and swing circut for over three years. Dennis now lives in Lynchburg.


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