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Southside Sentinel
Celebrating 100 years of a rich, full lifeof her aunt’s. Smith spent a lot of time visiting the restaurant and home of Ve
Celebrating 100 years of a rich, full life
Southside Sentinel / Posted 5 hours ago
of her aunt’s. Smith spent a lot of time visiting the restaurant and home of Verline’s aunt. Verline also met Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington and other famous musicians of the day. “It was from Verline that I learned that Cab Calloway’s sister led a... Read more
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The Morning Call
Classical: Lynnie Godfrey sings with Allentown Symphony Orchestraaccompany Godfrey in her interpretation of classic standards by composers such
Classical: Lynnie Godfrey sings with Allentown Symphony Orchestra
The Morning Call / Posted 6 hours ago
accompany Godfrey in her interpretation of classic standards by composers such as George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Johnny Mercer, Stephen Sondheim, and many others. The concert originally was scheduled for... Read more
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Southside Sentinel
Tickets on sale for Sept. 17 big band concertband, swing and jazz music ranging from the 60s to the present. Original compos
Tickets on sale for Sept. 17 big band concert
Southside Sentinel / Posted 7 hours ago
band, swing and jazz music ranging from the 60s to the present. Original compositions played by bands such as Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Quincy Jones and recent composers and arrangers such as Rob McConnell, Bob... Read more
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New York Post
The best graffiti across all of Americathe art work by Aniekan Udofia, whose murals depicting African American luminar
The best graffiti across all of America
New York Post / Posted 8 hours ago
the art work by Aniekan Udofia, whose murals depicting African American luminaries like Marvin Gaye, Frederick Douglass and Duke Ellington, are a sight to behold. Must see: Rhode Island Avenue metro station. Check out “From Edgewood to the Edge of... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chancein an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, fo
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chance
Detroit Free Press / Posted yesterday
in an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, for years it hosted jazz greats including Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald. Rock groups including MC5 and The Stooges took over... Read more
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Daily Journal
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chancein an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, fo
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chance
Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
in an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, for years it hosted jazz greats including Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald. Rock groups including MC5 and The Stooges took over... Read more
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Daily Record
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chancein an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, fo
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chance
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
in an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, for years it hosted jazz greats including Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald. Rock groups including MC5 and The Stooges took over... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chancein an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, fo
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chance
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted yesterday
in an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, for years it hosted jazz greats including Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald. Rock groups including MC5 and The Stooges took over... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chancein an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, fo
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chance
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted yesterday
in an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, for years it hosted jazz greats including Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald. Rock groups including MC5 and The Stooges took over... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chancein an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, fo
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chance
The Arizona Republic / Posted yesterday
in an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, for years it hosted jazz greats including Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald. Rock groups including MC5 and The Stooges took over... Read more
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York Daily Record
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chancein an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, fo
Abandoned Detroit ballroom may get second chance
York Daily Record / Posted yesterday
in an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, for years it hosted jazz greats including Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald. Rock groups including MC5 and The Stooges took over... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Vanity Ballroom may swing once again in Detroit's Jefferson-Chalmersin an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, fo
Vanity Ballroom may swing once again in Detroit's Jefferson-Chalmers
Detroit Free Press / Posted yesterday
in an exuberant Art Deco style by architect Charles Agree in the late 1920s, for years it hosted jazz greats including Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald. Rock groups including MC5 and The Stooges took over later,... Read more
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Pitchfork
Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life Album Review“Sir Duke,” soon to take up permanent residence in the repertoire of every marc
Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life Album Review
Pitchfork / Posted 3 days ago
“Sir Duke,” soon to take up permanent residence in the repertoire of every marching band in the country. The hat tip to Duke Ellington was significant, since in some ways Songs in the Key of Life most recalled that composer’s classic long-form... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Scott Barretta: Allen Toussaint's final albumto Toussaint’s jazz influences. Vocalist Rhiannon Giddens, formerly of the Caro
Scott Barretta: Allen Toussaint's final album
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 6 days ago
to Toussaint’s jazz influences. Vocalist Rhiannon Giddens, formerly of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, guests on two songs by Duke Ellington, the classical, Mahalia Jackson-associated “Come Sunday” and the vaudeville blues-styled “Rocks in My... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Etiquettetable. The prospect of a time-capsule glimpse of the Roaring '20s—a decade I as
Etiquette
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
table. The prospect of a time-capsule glimpse of the Roaring '20s—a decade I associate with speakeasies, the Charleston, Duke Ellington and the Harlem Renaissance—drew me in. If the twenties was indeed a tumultuous decade, I found no evidence of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Tunes cranked, Drouin pumped: Raucous atmosphere a boon to golden high jumperThe last time Canada won Olympic gold in high jump, Duke Ellington was topping
Tunes cranked, Drouin pumped: Raucous atmosphere a boon to golden high jumper
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
The last time Canada won Olympic gold in high jump, Duke Ellington was topping the charts with It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing). But there’s a good chance that when Duncan McNaughton from Cornwall, Ont., lined up for his approach... Read more
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Wired News
Why Netflix’s Luke Cage Is the Superhero We Really Need Nowthe Distinguished Flying Cross. “I talked about him being from Harlem,” Coker s
Why Netflix’s Luke Cage Is the Superhero We Really Need Now
Wired News / Posted 8 days ago
the Distinguished Flying Cross. “I talked about him being from Harlem,” Coker says. “Walking up the boulevards, you’d see Duke Ellington and Chick Webb and Lionel Hampton, just walking around. You saw superheroes every day.” Initially, Coker saw... Read more
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The Irish Times
Sunken Treasure: Babatunde Olatunji’s ‘Drums of Passionthrough shortwave BBC broadcasts. Balmy west African nights were lit up by the
Sunken Treasure: Babatunde Olatunji’s ‘Drums of Passion
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
through shortwave BBC broadcasts. Balmy west African nights were lit up by the sound of Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie and Duke Ellington. Babatunde’s head was turned and he applied for a scholarship to study political science in the US. He was... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Tony Bennett brings the musical good life to the Fox Theatre25-song set touched on various styles and collaborations throughout Bennett�s 6
Tony Bennett brings the musical good life to the Fox Theatre
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
25-song set touched on various styles and collaborations throughout Bennett�s 60-year-plus year career. He covered Duke Ellington�s �(In My) Solitude�� and joked halfway through the song that �you guys don�t know what you missed!� He also... Read more
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Northern Star
Swinging with the Big Band as it offers a big gigStrike up the Band, followed by many of the very best foot-tapping moments in j
Swinging with the Big Band as it offers a big gig
Northern Star / Posted 12 days ago
Strike up the Band, followed by many of the very best foot-tapping moments in jazz history, like It Don't Mean A Thing by Duke Ellington, American Patrol by Glenn Miller, original New Orleans jazz with Muskat Ramble, One O'Clock Jump by Count... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for Aug. 13with the same message: A slip of the lip can sink a ship. There was even a son
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for Aug. 13
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 12 days ago
with the same message: A slip of the lip can sink a ship. There was even a song by the same name, played and sung by Duke Ellington and his orchestra. Trump knew exactly what he was saying when he warned his audience Tuesday that if Hillary... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Author turns Armstrong biography into play about musical iconarts writer who calls his work as theater critic for the Wall Street Journal hi
Author turns Armstrong biography into play about musical icon
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
arts writer who calls his work as theater critic for the Wall Street Journal his “day job.” He has written biographies of Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong, libretti for operas, he blogs for About Last Night and contributes a biweekly column... Read more
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Billboard
Tony Bennett's Season of Celebration: At 90, the Singer Reflects On A Life Rich with Collaborations, from Frank Sinatra to Lady Gagainterpreters of the Great American Songbook, is also an accomplished artist, wi
Tony Bennett's Season of Celebration: At 90, the Singer Reflects On A Life Rich with Collaborations, from Frank Sinatra to Lady Gaga
Billboard / Posted 13 days ago
interpreters of the Great American Songbook, is also an accomplished artist, with three watercolors (of Central Park, Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald) hanging in galleries of the Smithsonian Institution. Both his art studio and his... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Bulletin Boardconcert series. Based in Upper Michigan, this group of seasoned musicians feat
Bulletin Board
The Mining Journal / Posted 15 days ago
concert series. Based in Upper Michigan, this group of seasoned musicians features a repertoire that ranges from Gershwin, Duke Ellington and Miles Davis, to the Beatles and Disney - all played in the "key of jazz." A recent addition to their play... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo residents savored roles during filming of ‘Marshall’working as a musical director for Broadway productions, like he did for the nat
Buffalo residents savored roles during filming of ‘Marshall’
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
working as a musical director for Broadway productions, like he did for the nationally touring “Sophisticated Ladies” about Duke Ellington. On the Marshall set, it was an honor to play with music direction by Marcus Miller, known for his work with... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Before & After with Lionel Loueke - By Larry Appelbaum — Jazz ArticlesWe had a few tunes with this kind of vibe, this Afrobeat. 2. Ella Fitzgerald“A
Before & After with Lionel Loueke - By Larry Appelbaum — Jazz Articles
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 20 days ago
We had a few tunes with this kind of vibe, this Afrobeat. 2. Ella Fitzgerald“Azure” (from Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook, Verve). Fitzgerald, vocals; Barney Kessel, guitar. Recorded in 1957. BEFORE: The first thing that... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Top things to do this weekend: August 5-7Contact: 614-645-3400, www.columbuszoo.org Dee Daniels sings classic big-band t
Top things to do this weekend: August 5-7
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 20 days ago
Contact: 614-645-3400, www.columbuszoo.org Dee Daniels sings classic big-band tunes from the likes of Count Basie and Duke Ellington with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra to accompany her. Showtime: 8 p.m. Friday. Tickets: $30, or $25 for zoo... Read more
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Crosscut
Hillman City club will riff on jazz historypopular jazz venues in the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s. Legendary musicians such as L
Hillman City club will riff on jazz history
Crosscut / Posted 20 days ago
popular jazz venues in the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s. Legendary musicians such as Lena Horne, Charlie Parker, Eubie Blake, and Duke Ellington all played the original Black and Tan, which was on Jackson Street. A rarity for its time, the club had a... Read more
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Boston Globe
The week aheadOrchestra, which exists at the crossroads where groove and pocket meet improvis
The week ahead
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
Orchestra, which exists at the crossroads where groove and pocket meet improvisation, and draws on such influences as Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, and Frank Zappa. Aug. 7, 5 p.m. Free. Highland Park, Roxbury (rain location: Roxbury Community... Read more
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Daily Herald
Music notes: Shawn Mendes brings swoonfest to Rosemont TheatreBobby Darin, Julio Iglesias and others. The orchestra plays tunes made famous b
Music notes: Shawn Mendes brings swoonfest to Rosemont Theatre
Daily Herald / Posted 22 days ago
Bobby Darin, Julio Iglesias and others. The orchestra plays tunes made famous by Benny Goodman, Xavier Cugat, Harry James, Duke Ellington and Glenn Miller. Advance tickets are $8; pay $10 at the door. Order tickets Monday through Friday at (847)... Read more
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The Courier
Top brass comes back to Ballaratpeople to feel good and I think that’s why people like it,” Templeton said. In
Top brass comes back to Ballarat
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
people to feel good and I think that’s why people like it,” Templeton said. Instrumental arrangements include Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Charles Mingus. Esstee Big Band is made up of five saxophones, an eight piece brass section and a four... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Five things to do in Seward Park/Columbia City neighborhood for the week beginning July 31as a vaudeville theater in 1917 and reopened in 2010, Columbia City Theater’s h
Five things to do in Seward Park/Columbia City neighborhood for the week beginning July 31
The Seattle Times / Posted 23 days ago
as a vaudeville theater in 1917 and reopened in 2010, Columbia City Theater’s history includes hosting jazz greats Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald and Fats Waller in the 1940s, serving as a movie theater in the 1950s, and, after returning... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Music plays on for jazz legend Don BurrowsBurrows room" full of memorabilia, including musical instruments, posters and p
Music plays on for jazz legend Don Burrows
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
Burrows room" full of memorabilia, including musical instruments, posters and photos. "So much of jazz history is about Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie. They're all amazing musicians but they're all from somewhere else," Morrison... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Greg Ward shows the majesty of 'Touch My Beloved's Thought'of how ornate his playing became, unmistakably melodic themes ran through the c
Greg Ward shows the majesty of 'Touch My Beloved's Thought'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
of how ornate his playing became, unmistakably melodic themes ran through the core of this music. Like Mingus and Duke Ellington, the two foremost composers of large-scale jazz works and leading inspirations here, Ward made the most of the... Read more
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Daily Herald
Fests, Harry Potter party highlight weekend aheadperformed by Matt and Cynthia Gruel at 111 W. Main St., St. Charles. Hear tunes
Fests, Harry Potter party highlight weekend ahead
Daily Herald / Posted 26 days ago
performed by Matt and Cynthia Gruel at 111 W. Main St., St. Charles. Hear tunes by Fats Waller, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington, George Gershwin and other American masters. $20, half price with purchase of a 2016-2017 season subscription.... Read more
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The Courier
Top brass comes back to Ballaratpeople to feel good and I think that’s why people like it,” Templeton said. In
Top brass comes back to Ballarat
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
people to feel good and I think that’s why people like it,” Templeton said. Instrumental arrangements include Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Charles Mingus. Esstee Big Band is made up of five saxophones, an eight piece brass section and a four... Read more
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New Times San Luis Obispo
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CAGrande (1 p.m.; all ages; free). Listen to songs by great bandleaders such as B
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CA
New Times San Luis Obispo / Posted 27 days ago
Grande (1 p.m.; all ages; free). Listen to songs by great bandleaders such as Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Stan Kenton, Duke Ellington, Buddy Rich, and The Dorsey Brothers.img12368 Vina Robles Amphitheatre is hosting a very special concert for... Read more
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MLive.com
See the daily highlights of Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival 2016library of tunes from the early days of jazz to present day, including great hi
See the daily highlights of Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival 2016
MLive.com / Posted 28 days ago
library of tunes from the early days of jazz to present day, including great hits from the big band era by Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Count Basie as well as contemporary jazz, ballroom dance and popular music. Cost is $5. Thursday, August... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
11 celebrities who were also inventorsfigure out the instrumental sections. It could take days. Now I can write a new
11 celebrities who were also inventors
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
figure out the instrumental sections. It could take days. Now I can write a new score in the morning and everyone has it on his computer screen in the afternoon. Imagine if a Duke Ellington or a Stravinsky had had a system like that.'' 9. Uri Ge... Read more
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Daily Herald
Theater events: Duo 'Raising the Standard' at Steel Beamstandards performed by Matt and Cynthia Gruel. The program includes tunes by Fa
Theater events: Duo 'Raising the Standard' at Steel Beam
Daily Herald / Posted 29 days ago
standards performed by Matt and Cynthia Gruel. The program includes tunes by Fats Waller, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington, George Gershwin and other American masters. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 30, at 111 W. Main St., St. Charles.... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Talk Nation Radio: Jill Stein on Why You Should Help Make Her President of the United StatesLearn more at http://jill2016.com Total run time: 29:00 Host: David Swanson.
Talk Nation Radio: Jill Stein on Why You Should Help Make Her President of the United States
Op-Ed News / Posted 29 days ago
Learn more at http://jill2016.com Total run time: 29:00 Host: David Swanson. Producer: David Swanson. Music by Duke Ellington. Syndicated by Pacifica Network. Please encourage your local radio stations to carry this program every... Read more
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The Aspen Times
'Whiplash': Brutality, flying instruments and all that jazzto do well," said Chazelle, who has studied up on films about music, going back
'Whiplash': Brutality, flying instruments and all that jazz
The Aspen Times / Posted 30 days ago
to do well," said Chazelle, who has studied up on films about music, going back to two-reelers from the 1930s about Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong. "Here, instead of getting there by being nice or hip of funny, he gets there by being a... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
The plan by Jeff Vinik and his partners to reshape Tampa still lacks one key thing: a namecommunities that once thrived there. It’s where the Cotton Club once stood and
The plan by Jeff Vinik and his partners to reshape Tampa still lacks one key thing: a name
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
communities that once thrived there. It’s where the Cotton Club once stood and jazz artists like Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington performed in the 1940s. After five years of talking about Vinik’s big plans, it’s no wonder residents are... Read more
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AdWeek
20 Content Creators Who Are Setting the Bar for Creativity in 2016the music styles of the past," Bradlee tells Adweek. "While my friends were lis
20 Content Creators Who Are Setting the Bar for Creativity in 2016
AdWeek / Posted a month ago
the music styles of the past," Bradlee tells Adweek. "While my friends were listening to Top 40 radio, I was listening to Duke Ellington and Ray Charles." The group's YouTube channel has more than 500 million views, and a North American tour is... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Weekend 10: Murder mystery dinner, state chili contest, concerts, family stargazing to highlight weekend's top entertainmentthe music, highlighting artists such as Fats Waller, Cole Porter, Fred Astaire,
Weekend 10: Murder mystery dinner, state chili contest, concerts, family stargazing to highlight weekend's top entertainment
Kane County Chronicle / Posted a month ago
the music, highlighting artists such as Fats Waller, Cole Porter, Fred Astaire, The Andrews Sisters, George Gershwin, Duke Ellington and Irving Berlin. Tickets cost $20; visit steelbeamtheatre.com or call 630-587-8521. RAY BRADBURY BIOGRAPHER... Read more
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All About Jazz
Sten-Aake Gustafsson member page on All About JazzI love jazz because it swings. I was first exposed to jazz in my thirteens by C
Sten-Aake Gustafsson member page on All About Jazz
All About Jazz / Posted 1 months ago
I love jazz because it swings. I was first exposed to jazz in my thirteens by Count Basie and Duke Ellington. I met Johnny Hodges in Copenhagen in 1969! Hodges is my greatest favorite! The best show I ever attended was a solo performance By Sir... Read more
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The Irish Times
The six-toed cats and me: writing in Ernest Hemingway’s Key West studioHemingway-inspired names: Howard Hughes skulks in the basement; Marilyn Monroe
The six-toed cats and me: writing in Ernest Hemingway’s Key West studio
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
Hemingway-inspired names: Howard Hughes skulks in the basement; Marilyn Monroe lies across the beds like a grande dame; and Duke Ellington, head of the pride, loves to show off his big paws. Although they all carry the polydactyl gene, my companion,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
10 things to do this weekend in Toowoomba30s and 40s music will be presented cabaret style by the Toowoomba Choral Socie
10 things to do this weekend in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
30s and 40s music will be presented cabaret style by the Toowoomba Choral Society. The program will feature the music of Duke Ellington, Hoagy Carmichael, Gershwin and other popular composers of the era. Organisers are inviting patrons to wear... Read more
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Vail Daily
Vail Jazz column: Jazz cats and their hats, from Ellington to Monkwas his trademark, and the top hat continued to symbolize authority and prestig
Vail Jazz column: Jazz cats and their hats, from Ellington to Monk
Vail Daily / Posted 1 months ago
was his trademark, and the top hat continued to symbolize authority and prestige well into the 1930s. In 1934, a dapper Duke Ellington was photographed wearing a top hat, rakishly tilted to the side. The iconic image projected elegance and... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
From nature's wonders to cello's spiritual odyssey, Grant Park concert has it allWeilerstein. A fourth MacArthur fellowship winner, jazz violinist Regina Carter
From nature's wonders to cello's spiritual odyssey, Grant Park concert has it all
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Weilerstein. A fourth MacArthur fellowship winner, jazz violinist Regina Carter, will take the solo spotlight in music by Duke Ellington to round out the Alsop residency (along with Dvorak's "New World" Symphony) on Friday and Saturday... Read more
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