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JEAN LUC PONTY BAND GROUP SIGNATURES ON ECLIPSE JAZZ PRESENTS EVENTS CALENDAR

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JEAN LUC PONTY BAND GROUP SIGNATURES ON ECLIPSE JAZZ PRESENTS EVENTS CALENDAR, "To Lee, Good Luck, Jean Luc Ponty", "THANX A LOT! Steve Smith", "To Lee, Daryl Stuermer", and "Ralph Armstrong", C. 1977, 8 x 10 reverse of an Eclipse Jazz Presents events calendar. Four Jazz-Rock legends signed together.  Several folds and some light wrinkling, otherwise in fine condition.

Jean-Luc Ponty (born 29 September 1942) is a French jazz violinist and composer. Ponty toured the world repeatedly and recorded 12 consecutive albums, all of which reached the Billboard jazz charts top five, selling millions of albums.

 Ralph Armstrong (bassist) Joined ex Mahavishnu Orchestra violinist Jean-Luc Ponty for the Enigmatic Ocean album [Atlantic, 1977] and a Live album [Rhino, 1978], which he describes as the "best example of my electric bass playing on record."

 Steven Bruce "Steve" Smith (born August 21, 1954) is an American drummer best known as a member of the rock band Journey, rejoining the group for the third time in 2015.[1] Modern Drummer magazine readers have voted him the #1 All-Around Drummer five years in a row. In 2001, the publication named Smith one of the Top 25 Drummers of All Time, and in 2002 he was voted into the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Journey on April 7, 2017. Smith recorded and toured with jazz violinist Jean-Luc Ponty in 1977-78 before joining the rock band Journey in 1978.

 Daryl Mark Stuermer (born November 27, 1952) is an American musician who plays guitar and bass for Genesis during live shows, and lead guitar for Phil Collins during most solo tours and albums. Stuermer auditioned for and won a spot backing up jazz violinist Jean-Luc Ponty in 1975, with whom he recorded four albums. Stuermer was recommended as a replacement for Steve Hackett to support Genesis for live performances. He retained the role of lead guitarist and bass player with the band until 1992

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