Tony Glausi & His Nine-Piece Band: Get a Grip - Single
The nine-piece band returns! with Scott Mitchell (alto saxophone), Joshua Hettwer (tenor saxophone), Devin Wright (baritone saxophone), Matt Hettwer (trombone), Sam Mendoza (guitar), Torrey Newhart (piano), Milo Fultz (bass), and Ken Mastrogiovanni (drums). Released May 4, 2018 independently.
TGXP Vol I: Midnight Snack
Freestyle hiphop featuring some of Oregon's finest emcees. A Tony Glausi production, this EP was conceived and recorded in 2 hours and is entirely improvised from start to finish. Emcees include Brax (Brandon Parry), Raf (Rafael Newman), Smyth (Spencer Smyth), and Speno (Spencer Owen), with Tony Glausi (keys), Ian Lindsay (bass), and Ken Mastrogiovanni (drums). Released Feb 1, 2018 independently.
Tony Glausi presents Christmas with Tony Glausi
11 original arrangements of your favorite swingin' holiday classics featuring Tony Glausi (trumpet & flugelhorn), George Colligan (piano), Tom Wakeling (bass), Jason Palmer (drums), Jack Radsliff (guitar), and more. Released November 24, 2017 independently.
Tony Glausi: Bad Boy (Live at The Jazz Station)
Innovative, hard-swingin original compositions for jazz quintet featuring some of the very finest jazz musicians on the West Coast: John Nastos (saxophone), Greg Goebel (piano), Dylan Sundstrom (bass), Chris Brown (drums), and Tony Glausi (trumpet). Released June 15, 2017 on Rent Party Records.
Tony Glausi: There is Always Hope - Single
Written in response to the tragic bombings that occurred in Paris in November of 2015, this solo piano original aims to evoke feelings of hope through its hymn-like structure and unforgettably lyrical melody. Remastered version released September 13, 2017 independently.
Tony Glausi & His Nine-Piece Band: One-Dimensional Man
ODM is an all-original record produced by trumpeter and composer Tony Glausi. It is nothing less than the impressive debut studio release of his nine-piece band, formed in early 2015. The ODM project was inspired by Herbert Marcuse's groundbreaking philosophical text, One-Dimensional Man, written in response to the rise of advanced industrial society, which he argues creates false needs and leaves us "one-dimensional" in our ability to both think and act. Throughout this album, Glausi and his band explore the traditions of funk and hip-hop through a contemporary jazz lens, expressing via music Marcuse's frustration with our inability to think and act out of our own genuine free will. Released September 23, 2016 independently.
Tony Glausi: Identity Crisis
Featuring 10 original compositions for small jazz ensemble, Identity Crisis is Glausi's debut jazz record as a bandleader and producer. It conveys themes of soul-searching, perseverance, change, and resolution through uniquely inspired compositions. Band members include Tony Glausi (trumpet & flugelhorn), Todd DelGiudice (alto sax), Greg Goebel (piano), Lyle Hopkins (bass), Ken Mastrogiovanni (drums), Josh Hettwer (tenor sax & clarinet), Torrey Newhart (piano), Sean Peterson (bass), and Adam Carlson (drums). Says flugelhornist Dmitri Matheny: “Let the world be on notice: an exciting new voice has arrived. I’m impressed with the conception for the project as a whole... I LOVE the sequence. The high drama of track one, followed by the playfulness of track two, then the romantic lyricism of track three, and so on. It’s just right. The CD flows like a well-programmed concert or great meal. And so many inspired moments. At one point I thought, “this tune sounds like Booker Little on Candid!” then I noticed the title is ‘Longing For Little.’ Just beautiful.... Looking forward to repeated, deep listening.” Released Dec 16, 2015 independently.