Brothers Kevin and Andrew are masters of the coolest, most extreme renovations to their weekend getaway home. Brotherly teasing and one-upmanship is par for the course as they turn their dock into a bowling alley, build a chair ski so that they can combine water sports with relaxing, or construct the ultimate resort-inspired swim up bar — all in an effort to create the ultimate summer weekend.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Brojects - John Daversa - Netflix
John Daversa (born Canoga Park, California, October 2, 1972) is an American jazz trumpeter, electronic valve instrument (EVI) player, composer, arranger, big band leader, and educator. He is the son of Jay Daversa, former trumpet player for Stan Kenton and Los Angeles studio musician. Daversa is Chair of Studio Music and Jazz at University of Miami, Frost School of Music and directs the Frost Concert Jazz Band. He regularly performs with the John Daversa Progressive Big Band, John Daversa Small Band, and is a guest conductor and soloist all over the world. Daversa has worked with Moonchild, Fiona Apple, Burt Bacharach, Joe Cocker, Andraé Crouch, Gin, Herbie Hancock, Holiday on Ice, Bob Mintzer Big Band, Renee Olstead, Regina Spektor, Andy Williams, and The Yellowjackets. His playing has been featured on film and television, including The Five-Year Engagement, Key and Peele, The King of Queens, and Promised Land. His album Kaleidoscope Eyes: Music of the Beatles (BFM Jazz, 2016) received Grammy Award nominations for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album, Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella and Best Arrangement, Instrumental and Vocals.
Brojects - Compilations - Netflix
The Roads They're Taken - International Trumpet Guild (2009) The Generosity Water Project (2010) Jazziz: Critic's Choices and Other Voices (2012/2013)
Brojects - References - Netflix