Tim Gemmill

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Tim Gemmill
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Tim Gemmill performing the National Anthem, Seattle Mariners, Kingdome, August 1982
Background information
Birth nameTimothy Jon Gemmill
Born (1949-05-28) May 28, 1949 (age 73)
Seattle, Washington, US
Origin Seattle, Washington and Hackensack (1972–1977), US
Genres jazz, post-bop, avant-garde jazz, jazz fusion, digital jazz, techno
Occupation(s)Musician, composer, arranger, record producer, bandleader, graphic designer, entrepreneur
Instrument(s) Tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute, piano, electric piano, keyboards, synthesizers, digital audio workstation
Years active1967–present
LabelsCozgem Records, ITI Records, Rocka Records
Website cozzettiandgemmill.com

Timothy Jon Gemmill (born May 28, 1949) is an American jazz musician, composer, arranger, producer, bandleader, graphic designer and entrepreneur, who has been involved in musical projects since the late 1960s. Most notably; Music Projection Trio (1970–1972), Rorschach (1973–1977), Cozzetti & Gemmill Quartet (1978–1982), Cozzetti & Gemmill [1] (1983–present), Rocka Records (1994–2004), Rocka.com (1999–2004) and Cozgem Records (1981–present).[ citation needed ]

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Tim Gemmill, Cozgem Studios, 2005
Tim Gemmill, U.S. Route 93, September 2016 Tim Gemmill Hwy93-2.jpg
Tim Gemmill, U.S. Route 93, September 2016
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Tim Gemmill, Cozgem Studios, June 2017

Discography

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References

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