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Since this keyboardist left his high profile gig with the Rippingtons in the mid-'90s, he's paid some bills doing parts and arrangements for superstar producer David Foster, and Portmann's own instincts as studio ringleader make No Truer Words a busy, diverse affair. One gets the sense that Portmann's truest heart lies in finely orchestrated romantic pieces like "Destinations" and "Canyons," but he has a blast jacking up the urban swing on the party jam "Slink" and overseeing a handful of solid soul vocals. Portmann's finely honed jazz heart beats at the core of even the most heavily produced pop track. And his roots are never far behind either — former Rippmates Tony Morales, Steve Reid, and Jeff Kashiwa show up to help their old pal explore his wide ranging but never scattered artistry.


Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

Prolific keyboardist, producer, and arranger Mark Portmann began playing the piano at the age of five. Within three years, he was performing in front of delighted audiences and earning awards with his talent. Switching from classical music over to pop and jazz, Portmann gained enough attention to receive a scholarship to New York's impressive Eastman School of Music. There, he centered his efforts on composing and orchestration. In his teens, Portmann left New York for the University of Miami....
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