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Anthony Baglino - Just for Clicks



Band Description

Playing Jazz cover tunes live helped him to develop his style of music over time. Anthony was leaning toward Jobim and Getz for genre and style. After three albums on iTunes and numerous live performances he created the fourth Album ‘Deep Swim’.

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Artist Biography

Anthony Baglino was born in Miami Beach where he developed his colorful style of art amongst the Latin community and art deco architecture. 

 In Miami he attended the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale and spent much of his time in painting and exhibiting. Anthony received his B.F.A from Jacksonville University and an MFA from Full Sail University. He also traveled to Europe, where he began fusing the mediums of art and music through live street performances. Upon returning to the U.S., Anthony created a Jazz fusion band. Through live performance he presented his fine art, video and animation to new audiences.Today, Jazz clubs, concerts and art galleries are popular venues for his work. From his studios in Hollywood, Florida, Mr. Baglino continues to devolop new projects and languages in multiple médiums.

Press Release
The Florida Times Union

Duo Doing Mondays at Aromas 

By McClaran, Tamara

Article excerpt

Byline: Tamara McClaran, Shorelines correspondent 
Two musicians have joined forces to bring an old-school style of jazz to a new entertainment venue in Ponte Vedra Beach. Saxophonist Anthony Baglino of Neptune Beach and pianist Stevie "Fingers" Saracson of Jacksonville perform Latin rhythms and jazz standards every Monday night at Aroma's Cigars & Wine Bar. 
The two musicians, who met this year, have led parallel lives in many ways. 
Both studied music and graduated from Jacksonville University, Baglino in 1987 and Saracson in 1993. Both left Jacksonville after college and worked as musicians, Baglino in New Orleans and Nashville and Saracson in Cleveland. Both have played many musical styles, including Baglino's alternative fusion and Saracson's rock. Both also experienced frustrations with their music careers and returned to Jacksonville, Saracson last October and Baglino this year. 
They met when Saracson answered Baglino's posting for a keyboard player at a music store in Jacksonville Beach. Baglino was seeking a musician interested in playing an innovative jazz sound and said Saracson fit the bill. 
"Stevie is a monster on the keyboards," Baglino said. 
Saracson, who also performs with The Teddy Washington Band, said he grew bored with playing rock music. "There's so much freedom with Latin grooves," he said. 
Along with their similar backgrounds, the two discovered they share a vision for their music. …

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