Video and Recordings
What Is This Thing Called Love
What Is This Thing Called Love arranged by Tony Hagood Originally recorded during Broadway Jazz, part of the Tony Hagood Presents; Jazz at the MAC 6 concert yearly series, this piece was towards the end of a set and everyone was really on it! Michael Cox - Saxophone Ryan Hamilton - Trombone Tony Hagood - Piano Bradley Mellen - Bass Reggie Jackson - Drums
I'll Make a Man Out of You
In September, Tony wrote this arrangement to I'll Make a Man Out of You from Disney's Mulan in order to feature it as the closing number to his Disney Jazz concert as part of the Tony Hagood Presents: Jazz at the MAC series. This arrangement utilize a lot of metric modulations to create different moods within the sphere of the piece. This piece required a lot of shedding to get to this point. Special shoutout to Zach for setting up a lot of the modulations. As a professional musician working a lot, it can be hard to find time to sit down and really stretch out on a piece. I'm glad I was able to make the time to sit down, listen to what was in my head, and get it down on paper. I really enjoyed writing this arrangement. The Tony Hagood Presents Ensemble for this concert is: Jim Powell - Trumpet Michael Cox - Saxophone Tony Hagood - Piano Bradley Mellen - Bass Zach Compston - Drums
Sweet Shadow from Tony Hagood Presents: Jazz at the MAC
We are excited to share Pete Mills' composition, "Sweet Shadow" that we performed during our Jazz Today concert in January 2020. Jim Powell - Flugel Horn Pete Mills - Saxophone Tony Hagood - Piano Bradley Mellen - Bass Reggie Jackson - Drums Visit http://petemills.com/ to learn more about Pete and consider purchasing a copy of his album named after this composition, Sweet Shadow.
I Wish I Could Go Back to College
I wanted to share this video from our Broadway Jazz concert this past November. "I Wish I could Go Back to College" - Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, is a song that has made me feel sentimental ever since I discovered it in High School (a little silly when considering they are talking about college huh?) Although the vocalists were in college at the time of filming, I feel substituting the word, "college" for the word that best describes your situation: whether it's going back to work, playing gigs, creating art, seeing friends, etc. helps to express the original emotions of this piece. It has a sense of longing, remembering the good times, comradery, and a little comedic relief too. I hope you enjoy it and that it impacts you in the way you need it to. Please make sure to share, like, and comment on this post. If you haven't already, please follow my musician page facebook.com/TonyHagoodMusician Isabel Billinghurst - Voice Christian Heinemann - Voice Colin Robertson - Voice Michael Cox - Saxophone Tony Hagood - Piano Bradley Mellen - Bass Reggie Jackson - Drums Disclaimer: The audio quality is not as good as usual because the multitrack recorder wasn't running during this video and we had to use the audio from video camera's and a backup field recorder.
One Note Samba - Antonio Carlos Jobim arranged by Tony Hagood
The Tony Hagood Trio plays One Note Samba. Tony Hagood - Piano Reggie Jackson - Drums George Delancey - Bass During the shelter at home order, we missed playing music, so we created a video remotely of one of the standards we like to play. Please subscribe to this youtube page. Facebook.com/TonyHagoodMusician We appreciate tips! https://venmo.com/code?user_id=2336294101319680019 https://www.paypal.me/noteworthymusicohio https://cash.app/$TonyHagood Google Pay - send to Tonyhagoodbooking@gmail.com
Tony Hagood's Beyond the Bar Demo
Finale from Movie and T.V. Themes Reimagined at the McConnell Arts Center November, 2018
57 Chevy, written by Yellowjackets
Tony Hagood, piano; Jim Rupp, drums; Nathan Smith, bass; Dan White, sax; at the McConnell Arts Center.
Across the Vast Eternal Sky
played by the Tony Hagood Trio
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
played by the Tony Hagood Trio
played by Cross Bones, Tony Hagood's cover band
Blue Rondo ala Turke
Featuring Dick Mackey