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Vince Seneri • Urban Paradise



Vince Seneri has been pleasing audiences for over twenty years. He is one of the most talented and dynamic ‘burners’ of the Hammond B3 organ on music scene today. Endorsed by Hammond Suzuki Organ Company, USA and on the Senful Record Label, he is in demand for nightclubs, shows, theaters, festivals, and concerts throughout.

Vince Seneri provides a first class performance at all his shows. He is a charming, confident person with a friendly welcoming manner. The integrity for the music and aim to please his audience is paramount. Appreciated as both a musician and performer, Seneri has a dual persona of expert improviser and vibrant entertainer on the Hammond B3 organ. He places his keenly discerning art and virtuosity in the service of a rousing good time .

Raised in Hackettstown, NJ 50 miles west of New York City, Vince began his musical career on the accordion at the age of six. His father, Peter Settineri, was an accordionist who played professionally with his own band during that time and introduced the instrument to his son. Subsequently, his father bought a Hammond M-3 organ and introduced that instrument to his son as well. Vince studied the accordion first and later devoted himself to the Hammond organ and piano.

During his teens, it was the great Jimmy Smith who musically influenced Seneri more than any other jazz organist. He also admired and was greatly influenced by other organists like Jimmy McGriff, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Richard Groove Holmes, The Mighty Burner Charles Earland, Larry Young, Captain Jack McDuff, Ronnie Foster, Wild Bill Davis, Don Paterson. His piano influences were Oscar Peterson, Wynton Kelly, McCoy Tyner, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock among others. Barry Harris and Dr. James Williams were also great influences who he was fortunate to study with. Vince is also a graduate of Rutgers University located in Newark, New Jersey where he received his BA degree in marketing.

Some of the musicians that have performed and recorded with Vince include: Randy Brecker, Dave Valentin, Houston Person, David "Fathead" Newman, Paul Bollenback, Buddy Williams and many more. Vince has several CD recordings, most recently Street Talk, which received rave reviews and was considered the best B3 record for 2005.


Personnel:
Vince Seneri (Hammond B-3 organ, vocals)
Bob DeVos (guitar, arranger, producer)
Houston Person (tenor sax)
Emedin Rivera (percussion)
Dave Valentin (flute),
Buddy Williams (drums).


Tracks:
01. Eleanor Rigby
02. T-Bone Steak (Tribute To Jimmy Smith)
03. Angel Eyes
04. Where or When
05. Comin' Home Baby (Dedicated To Uncle Herbie Mann)
06. That's All
07. Charade
08. Tenderly
09. Kansas City
10. Watermelon Man


Recorded April 4th, 2003 at Bennett Studios, Englewood New Jersey.








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