Los Angeles Jazz Drummer Guy Hawke
Introducing Guy Hawke:
Los Angeles drummer Guy Hawke follows a famous legacy. His father was legendary jazz drummer Ted Hawk, who played with the who's who of the jazz world. Guy is a fixture in the local Los Angeles jazz scene and has himself played with many, many noted jazz players and recording artists - the who's who of jazz musicians working in LA.
Too his credit Guy has played with the following recording artists - jazz guitarists Phil Upchurch, Ron Eschete and Ron Affif and Ron Anthony, keybordsists Theo Saunders, Milcho Leviev, Bill Fulton, Frank Strazzeri, Larry Williams, Tom Garvin and Gerald Wiggins, bass players, Dave Carpenter, Ernie McDaniels, Luther Hughes, Dave Enos and Dave Stone, Saxman Buddy Arnold, jazz vocalists Barbara Morrison and Polly Podwell along with the the big bands of Art Depew and Buddy Childers. Other recording artists include Lester McFarland, Roy Wiggins and Woody James.
Recordings and videos:
Guy Hawke Trio on BET 'Jazz Central'
Afro 6 with Jared Meeker
The Visions of Vespertina, Spiritus
Bobby King, Live at the Atlas, One Nite Records
Dave Morgan's 'I Don't Mind'
Greg Smith's 'Heart Like a Wheel' & 'Back 2 Basics'
Billy Keyes 'Take it From Me'
Other player credits:
Bill Hyde, Bobby Pierce, Brad Rabuchin, Brian O'Rourke, Brian Schwartz, C C Worrell, Chris Colangelo, Chris Symer, Claudio Passavanti, Dave McKay, Dave Pike, Dave Price, Don Felix, Eddie Robertson, Eric Moon, Esla Eckinger, Eve Evans, Freebo, Gary Pratt, Gene Cherico, George Gaffney, George Harper, Greg Kierstin, Hajime, Hide, Hussain Jeffries, Jared Meeker, Jay Daversa, Jay Migliori, Jerry Scheff, Jinshi Ozaki, John Classick, John Cross, John Gianelli, Jose Marino, Jussi Winger, Krys Mach, Larry Gales, Larry Gillespie, Larry Steen, Leroy Ball, Linda Susan, Lon Norman, Luis Durra, Odell Ross, Patty Robertson, Phil Mallory, Ray Reed, Rhonda Gianelli, Rick Zunigar, Ron Hershaway, Stephen Lockwood, Tim Emmons, Tom Buckner, Tom Fabre, Tom Tonyan, Zane Musa.
Guy Hawke with the Doc Dosco:
Doc Dosco says of Guy: "He is a great player... a very creative drummer that can handle anything you throw at him." Guy teamed up with Doc in 2005 and now lays down the foundation of the Doc Dosco Trio.