March brings in jazz, funk in Hudson music releases | Testa

March arrived this year with not only the promise of spring, but also a diverse assortment of new music from the Hudson County music scene. Start with Jack Breslin, a young man with his footprint in many parts of the community. He tends bar and frequently performs at Finnegan’s in Hoboken; he’s also an owner of the Nonlinear Knitting Studio, a creative co-work space in Jersey City. The ingratiating and talented bassist has just released “Trio,” an album of instrumental jazz recorded with drummer Chelsea Hughey and guitarist Brian Princing. If the name seems familiar and you’re not a jazz afici…

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