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About Chaise Lounge

CHARLIE BARNETT is a film and orchestral composer as well as a music producer. He has scored more than four hundred television and theatrical films—notably Paper Clips (2004) and Follow Me (2014)—and his songs and cues have also been featured on numerous television series, including Saturday Night Live, Weeds, and Archer. Barnett’s orchestral and chamber works have been performed by orchestras all over the world. He has also arranged and produced pop and jazz records for countless artists on labels including Island/Def Jam and Elektra as well as his own label, Modern Songbook Records. Barnett is a sometime contributor to NPR; his story "Hitching a Ride with Junior McGee" is included on the network's Classic Driveway Moments album.

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TOMMY BARRICK can be heard with a variety of acts ranging from swing & jazz to Latin, funk and punk around the DC area. He has had the opportunity to perform throughout Europe and throughout the United States at The Knitting Factory, 9:30 Club, CBGB’s, Arlene’s Grocery, Brownies, The Black Cat, The Rainbow Room, The Copacabana, The Kennedy Center Concert Hall, The Birchmere, Blues Alley and many more. He recently published his first percussion method, The Paradiddle Workbook.

Barrick can also be heard on many television and film scores. Other recording projects have led to DC Wammy nominations for recordings with Chaise Lounge, American Song, The Joker’s Wild, Radio King Orchestra, Bossalingo; and 5 time Wammy winner for Best hard rock/punk band, Adam West. A favorite current project is the 1960s swing/go-go/punk group Go Mod Go!

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As a native of Washington DC, JEFF GRAY has been playing the saxophone professionally for over 30 years. After receiving a scholarship to Berklee College of Music, Jeff studied with jazz greats Billy Pierce and Andy McGhee. Jeff returned home to study with legendary woodwind artist Chris Vadala at the University of Maryland.

He has been fortunate enough to play in numerous bands in the DC area performing all genres of music. For the last 15 years, Jeff has been a woodwind repair technician for Chuck Levin's. He has worked on woodwinds for the National Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, The Tower of Power horns and many more.

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At age 12, Dallas-born JOE JACKSON achieved his life dream of forfeiting his lunch money daily to the school jocks by choosing the trombone. During his high school years, Joe was the recipient of three Down Beat Magazine “DeeBee” awards. At the University of North Texas, he performed in the famed One O’Clock Lab Band, and was named the 1985 National Association of Jazz Educators College Musician of the Year.

Joe left UNT in 1990 and hit the road with the Maynard Ferguson Band, and performed for millions throughout the U.S. and Europe, all the while playing at least an octave lower than Maynard. In 1991, Joe was awarded the lead trombone position in the U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note. In 2004 he was appointed the Director of the Airmen of Note, and while serving in that capacity for seven years he created the Jazz Heritage Broadcast Series heard each year by millions worldwide on 900 media stations, and produced seven CDs, including 2010’s “Cool Yule,” which topped out on the charts at the second most-played CD in the nation.

In 2011, Joe publicly renounced his obsession with big band jazz, and transferred to the U.S. Air Force Ceremonial Brass. Meanwhile he secretly fed his addiction by freelancing with big bands up and down the east coast, including dalliances with the Woody Herman Orchestra and David Liebman Big Band. In 2012, Joe joined the nation's premiere retro hipster Vegas lounge party band, Chaise Lounge.

Joe has contributed commissioned arrangements to dozens of ensembles across the country, and his educational arrangements are published by Alfred Music Publications.

Joe publishes his own website serving the lunch money-deprived trombone community. In his spare time, Joe works with a variety of Washington D.C. area non-profits, all of which serve roles in the education, rights and welfare of children in the U.S. and Africa.

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MARILYN OLDER has been singing professionally since she graduated as a music technology major from American University in Washington DC. A native of North Carolina, she has written songs and performed with a variety of bands including Nixon’s Cat and Dead Girls & Other Stories. As a pianist she toured with Doc Scantlin’s Royal Palms Orchestra playing engagements from New York’s Copacabana to a royal wedding in London. As a songwriter she has contributed songs to Chaise Lounge’s first CD, The Early Years and to a number of independent feature films, the most recent of which is Bama Girl, which premiered at the 2008 SXSW film Festival in Austin, Texas. She has been nominated for the 2009 Wammies as one of Washington DC’s best jazz vocalists.

Her other life consists of a career as the Director of the Holistic Practitioners’ Business Association, and raising her two children, Savannah and Frazier.

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PETE OSTLE is a versatile bass player, band leader, and tubist who served with the U. S. Army Band, “Pershing’s Own,” based at Fort Myer, Virginia. Pete played in the Concert Band, Army Blues, Army Chorus, Army Orchestra, and Army Chorale during his 20-year tenure. This included extensive performances abroad including a month at the renowned Edinburgh Tattoo. Locally, Pete formed A La Carte Brass & Percussion, an innovative 10-piece ensemble for which he was band leader and played sousaphone. He currently leads the Tuxedo Park Orchestra, a 10-piece swing band. He also plays double bass with the Avanti Orchestra of the Friday Morning Music Club, the McLean Orchestra, and the Pan American Symphony Orchestra. Pete received a degree in Arranging and Composition from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Band Members:
Pete Ostle - bass, tuba, vocals, vocals Twitter feed: http://twitter.com/chaiseloungeus, Tommy Barrick - drums, Joe Jackson - trombone, vocals, Marilyn Older - lead vocals, songwriting
Hometown:
Washington, Nevada

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About Chaise Lounge

CHARLIE BARNETT is a film and orchestral composer as well as a music producer. He has scored more than four hundred television and theatrical films—notably Paper Clips (2004) and Follow Me (2014)—and his songs and cues have also been featured on numerous television series, including Saturday Night Live, Weeds, and Archer. Barnett’s orchestral and chamber works have been performed by orchestras all over the world. He has also arranged and produced pop and jazz records for countless artists on labels including Island/Def Jam and Elektra as well as his own label, Modern Songbook Records. Barnett is a sometime contributor to NPR; his story "Hitching a Ride with Junior McGee" is included on the network's Classic Driveway Moments album.

*******************************************

TOMMY BARRICK can be heard with a variety of acts ranging from swing & jazz to Latin, funk and punk around the DC area. He has had the opportunity to perform throughout Europe and throughout the United States at The Knitting Factory, 9:30 Club, CBGB’s, Arlene’s Grocery, Brownies, The Black Cat, The Rainbow Room, The Copacabana, The Kennedy Center Concert Hall, The Birchmere, Blues Alley and many more. He recently published his first percussion method, The Paradiddle Workbook.

Barrick can also be heard on many television and film scores. Other recording projects have led to DC Wammy nominations for recordings with Chaise Lounge, American Song, The Joker’s Wild, Radio King Orchestra, Bossalingo; and 5 time Wammy winner for Best hard rock/punk band, Adam West. A favorite current project is the 1960s swing/go-go/punk group Go Mod Go!

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As a native of Washington DC, JEFF GRAY has been playing the saxophone professionally for over 30 years. After receiving a scholarship to Berklee College of Music, Jeff studied with jazz greats Billy Pierce and Andy McGhee. Jeff returned home to study with legendary woodwind artist Chris Vadala at the University of Maryland.

He has been fortunate enough to play in numerous bands in the DC area performing all genres of music. For the last 15 years, Jeff has been a woodwind repair technician for Chuck Levin's. He has worked on woodwinds for the National Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, The Tower of Power horns and many more.

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At age 12, Dallas-born JOE JACKSON achieved his life dream of forfeiting his lunch money daily to the school jocks by choosing the trombone. During his high school years, Joe was the recipient of three Down Beat Magazine “DeeBee” awards. At the University of North Texas, he performed in the famed One O’Clock Lab Band, and was named the 1985 National Association of Jazz Educators College Musician of the Year.

Joe left UNT in 1990 and hit the road with the Maynard Ferguson Band, and performed for millions throughout the U.S. and Europe, all the while playing at least an octave lower than Maynard. In 1991, Joe was awarded the lead trombone position in the U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note. In 2004 he was appointed the Director of the Airmen of Note, and while serving in that capacity for seven years he created the Jazz Heritage Broadcast Series heard each year by millions worldwide on 900 media stations, and produced seven CDs, including 2010’s “Cool Yule,” which topped out on the charts at the second most-played CD in the nation.

In 2011, Joe publicly renounced his obsession with big band jazz, and transferred to the U.S. Air Force Ceremonial Brass. Meanwhile he secretly fed his addiction by freelancing with big bands up and down the east coast, including dalliances with the Woody Herman Orchestra and David Liebman Big Band. In 2012, Joe joined the nation's premiere retro hipster Vegas lounge party band, Chaise Lounge.

Joe has contributed commissioned arrangements to dozens of ensembles across the country, and his educational arrangements are published by Alfred Music Publications.

Joe publishes his own website serving the lunch money-deprived trombone community. In his spare time, Joe works with a variety of Washington D.C. area non-profits, all of which serve roles in the education, rights and welfare of children in the U.S. and Africa.

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MARILYN OLDER has been singing professionally since she graduated as a music technology major from American University in Washington DC. A native of North Carolina, she has written songs and performed with a variety of bands including Nixon’s Cat and Dead Girls & Other Stories. As a pianist she toured with Doc Scantlin’s Royal Palms Orchestra playing engagements from New York’s Copacabana to a royal wedding in London. As a songwriter she has contributed songs to Chaise Lounge’s first CD, The Early Years and to a number of independent feature films, the most recent of which is Bama Girl, which premiered at the 2008 SXSW film Festival in Austin, Texas. She has been nominated for the 2009 Wammies as one of Washington DC’s best jazz vocalists.

Her other life consists of a career as the Director of the Holistic Practitioners’ Business Association, and raising her two children, Savannah and Frazier.

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PETE OSTLE is a versatile bass player, band leader, and tubist who served with the U. S. Army Band, “Pershing’s Own,” based at Fort Myer, Virginia. Pete played in the Concert Band, Army Blues, Army Chorus, Army Orchestra, and Army Chorale during his 20-year tenure. This included extensive performances abroad including a month at the renowned Edinburgh Tattoo. Locally, Pete formed A La Carte Brass & Percussion, an innovative 10-piece ensemble for which he was band leader and played sousaphone. He currently leads the Tuxedo Park Orchestra, a 10-piece swing band. He also plays double bass with the Avanti Orchestra of the Friday Morning Music Club, the McLean Orchestra, and the Pan American Symphony Orchestra. Pete received a degree in Arranging and Composition from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.
Show More
Band Members:
Pete Ostle - bass, tuba, vocals, vocals Twitter feed: http://twitter.com/chaiseloungeus, Tommy Barrick - drums, Joe Jackson - trombone, vocals, Marilyn Older - lead vocals, songwriting
Hometown:
Washington, Nevada

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