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Dec 15, 2021

Ken Peplowski (born May 23, 1959)[1] is an American jazz clarinetist and tenor saxophonist. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio, United States,[1] and known primarily for playing swing music. For over a decade, Peplowski recorded for Concord Records.

Ken Peplowski

Ken Peplowski, Eugene, Oregon, 2007
Background information
Born (1959-05-23) May 23, 1959 (age 62)
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
Genres Jazz, dixieland, swing, mainstream jazz, traditional pop
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Clarinet, tenor saxophone
Labels Concord, Nagel-Heyer, Arbors
Associated acts Tommy Newsom, Howard Alden, Kenny Davern
Musical artist

In 2007, Peplowski was named jazz advisor of Oregon Festival of American Music and music director of Jazz Party at The Shedd, both in Eugene, Oregon.

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  • Double Exposure (Concord Jazz, 1988)
  • Sonny Side (Concord Jazz, 1989)
  • Mr. Gentle and Mr. Cool (Concord Jazz, 1990)
  • Natural Touch (Concord Jazz, 1992)
  • Steppin’ with Peps (Concord Jazz, 1993)
  • Ken Peplowski and Howard Alden (Concord Jazz, 1993)
  • Live at Ambassador Auditorium (Concord Jazz, 1994)
  • Encore with Howard Alden (Concord Jazz, 1995)
  • It’s a Lonesome Old Town (Concord Jazz, 1995)
  • The Other Portrait (Concord Concerto, 1996)
  • Grenadilla (Concord Jazz, 1998)
  • Illuminations (Concord Jazz, 1999)
  • Last Swing of the Century (Concord Jazz, 1999)
  • The Feeling of Jazz with Tommy Newsom (Arbors, 1999)
  • Just Friends with George Masso (Nagel-Heyer, 2002)
  • Easy to Remember (Nagel-Heyer, 2004)
  • Happy Together: Live at Birdland Volume One with Jesper Thilo (Nagel-Heyer, 2008)
  • Pow-Wow with Howard Alden (Arbors, 2008)
  • Stardust with the New York Trio (Venus, 2009)
  • E Pluribus Duo with Dick Hyman (Victoria, 2009)
  • Noir Blue (Capri, 2010)
  • Like a Lover with Nicki Parrott (Venus, 2011)
  • In Search Of (Capri, 2011)
  • Live at the Kitano with Dick Hyman (Victoria, 2013)
  • Maybe September (Capri, 2013)
  • The Clarinet Maestros with Julian Marc Stringle, Craig Milverton (Merfangle, 2015)
  • At the Watermill with Alan Barnes (Woodville, 2015)
  • Enrapture (Capri, 2016)
  • Duologue with Adrian Cunningham (Arbors, 2018)
  • Amizade with Diego Figueiredo (Arbors, 2019)[3][4]

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