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Michael Moore (bassist)
Michael Moore (born May 16, 1945 in Glen Este, Ohio) is an American jazz bassist. Moore started on bass at age fifteen, at Withrow High School in Cincinnati, where he performed in ensembles and the Presentation Orchestra in George G. "Smittie" Smith's Withrow Minstrels. He played with his father in nightclubs in Cincinnati. He attended the University of Cincinnati – College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati College Conservatory, playing with Cal Collins and Woody Evans locally. He toured Africa and Europe with Woody Herman in 1966, and recorded with Dusko Goykovich while in Belgrade. In the 1970s, he worked with Marian McPartland, Freddie Hubbard, Jim Hall (musician), Jim Hall, Jimmy Raney, Bill Evans, Benny Goodman, Jake Hanna, Warren Vaché Jr., Warren Vache, Herb Ellis, Zoot Sims, Ruby Braff, George Barnes (musician), George Barnes, Chet Baker, and Lee Konitz. In 1978, he auditioned and was hired by Bill Evans after longtime bassist Eddie Gómez (musician), Eddie Gómez had lef ...
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Glen Este, Ohio
Glen Este is an unincorporated area of Union Township, Clermont County, Ohio, Union Township, in Clermont County, Ohio, United States. History Glen Este, Ohio is named for early resident David K. Este, who owned a farm near the intersection of Glen Este-Withamsville Road and the railroad tracks, now State Route 32. He was an officer of the Cincinnati, Georgetown and Portsmouth Railroad and had a combination station and post office established on his land. The main road in town ran through the area of Donnell's Trace now old State Route 74, passing through a glen, hence the name. The Glen Este post office was established in July 1878 with an insignificant sign on the door that read: "The Eastgate to Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati". One hundred years later, the nickname ''Eastgate'' came to be a regional name for the area around Glen Este. The once thriving downtown district on the Cincinnati Batavia Pike, Old State Route 74 has since shifted somewhat to the Eastgate Shopping distric ...
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