Kent Baker Music

ii-V-I Jazz Trio

With nearly a century and a half of performances between any three of them on the bandstand, the ii-V-I Jazz Trio has just wrapped a year-long residency at The Foundry at Summit Pond, Killington, VT.

For bookings or more information, contact Kent Baker at or at 802.287.1066.

Sample Sound Files

  • (Our) Love Is Here to Stay (George Gershwin)
  • On the Sunny Side of the Street (Jimmy McHugh)
  • Stella By Starlight (Victor Young)
  • Taking a Chance on Love (Vernon Duke)
  • What Is This Thing Called Love? (Cole Porter)

  • Glendon Ingalls (bass, trumpet, sousaphone)

    Glendon Ingalls (bass, trumpet, sousaphone) was born in Johnson, Vermont is a former public school music educator who has taught in the Windsor NWSU (6 years) , Barre (21 years) and Rutland Town (12 years) school systems. He has been invited to be a guest conductor at many middle school and high school honors festivals in each of Vermont's six districts, as well as in New Hampshire, and New York. He has also instructed at Vermont Summer Jazz Camp (13 years), founded and instructed at Rutland Town Friends of Music Summer Jazz Camp (10 years), and was on the faculty of Jazz Vermont (Jazz Camp for Grown Ups) for over 30 years. Past appointments have included instructing trumpet at Johnson State College and interim jazz ensemble director at Middlebury College. His current teaching includes private instruction on trumpet and basses at his home in Rutland, Castleton University (trumpet, string, and electric bass), Middlebury College (trumpet, string, and electric bass), and on trumpet at Middlebury Community Music Center.

    Glendon is a multi instrumentalist and maintains an active performance schedule directing and playing with several groups on trumpet, double bass, electric bass and sousaphone in a wide variety of musical genres. During his performance career he has been privileged to perform with many acclaimed jazz, classical, and popular music artists including Jenni Johnson, The Vermont Jazz Ensemble, Joey Leone's Chop Shop, The Maple Leaf 7, Onion River Jazz Band, The Doughboys, Middlebury College Sound Investment, The Dixie Strollers, The Vermont Philharmonic, The Vermont Symphony Orchestra "Fanfare" Brass Trio, The Red Clover Jazz Trio, Fontella Bass, Jimmy Beaumont and The Skyliners, Jerry Bergonzi, Jon Faddis, Lester Bowie, Joshua Bruneau, Vinnie Cutro, Steve Davis, The Temptations, and Chris Vadala as well as many others. He has also performed internationally with Jenni Johnson in the Jazz Over Volga River Festival in Yaroslavl, Russia, as well as, a special performance for the Mayor and community of Rostov, Russia. He is a founder of the summer adult jazz camp Jazz in the Mountains (Killington, VT).

    Personnel (click picture for bio)

    Bear Irwin
    Glendon Ingalls
    Bass, Trumpet, Sousaphone
    Ron White
    Bass, First Call
    Kent Baker