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The Arizona Republic
First Friday Music Guide for February in PhoenixOur guide to First Friday music in Phoenix for February's art walk features It
First Friday Music Guide for February in Phoenix
The Arizona Republic / Posted 2 days ago
Our guide to First Friday music in Phoenix for February's art walk features It's First Friday in downtown Phoenix, which means a slew of people swarming through the streets to check out the art scene and perhaps enjoy a little music on the side.... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
MAC brings back the jazzThe Jon Miller Quartet has gotten plenty of airplay with its 2015 release, Thre
MAC brings back the jazz
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 days ago
The Jon Miller Quartet has gotten plenty of airplay with its 2015 release, Three Days in Winter. This Friday, Feb. 12, the foursome will warm up a late-winter night on the mid-Island when they play the Jazz at the MAC series at the McMillan Arts... Read more
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Fort Worth Weekly
Fort Worth in Black & WhiteOver the decades, Richard Selcer has focused largely on local sagas, such as th
Fort Worth in Black & White
Fort Worth Weekly / Posted 3 days ago
Over the decades, Richard Selcer has focused largely on local sagas, such as the rise and fall of Hell’s Half Acre and the lives of early Fort Worth lawmen. Admittedly, those kinds of subjects have lots of appeal. Who doesn’t love stories about... Read more
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Miami New Times
The Third-Annual Miami Beach Jazz Festival Goes GlobalIn a world where entertainment has become transient and the performer with the
The Third-Annual Miami Beach Jazz Festival Goes Global
Miami New Times / Posted 12 days ago
In a world where entertainment has become transient and the performer with the most outrageous outfit garners instant accolades, it's sometimes difficult to get attention for music that really matters. So any event that celebrates "serious" music —... Read more
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Miami New Times
The Third-Annual Miami Jazz Festival Goes GlobalIn a world where entertainment has become transient and the performer with the
The Third-Annual Miami Jazz Festival Goes Global
Miami New Times / Posted 12 days ago
In a world where entertainment has become transient and the performer with the most outrageous outfit garners instant accolades, it's sometimes difficult to get attention for music that really matters. So any event that celebrates "serious" music —... Read more
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Louisiana Weekly
Treme Brass Band back in the Candle Light 25th January 2016 · 0 Comments By Geraldine WyckoffContributing Writer Nort
Treme Brass Band back in the Candle Light
Louisiana Weekly / Posted 13 days ago
25th January 2016 · 0 Comments By Geraldine WyckoffContributing Writer North Robertson Street in the Treme neighborhood once, not so long ago, boasted numerous spots that presented live music. There was... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Marsalis and JALC in warm surroundings in SkokieThe Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra has performed often in the Chicago area si
Marsalis and JALC in warm surroundings in Skokie
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra has performed often in the Chicago area since 1992, the year of its first national tour – when it was called the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and presented a compelling all-Ellington program in Orchestra... Read more
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JazzTimes Magazine
Turning Towards the LightAdam Rudolph Go: Organic Guitar OrchestraAlso setting the ensemble apart is an intriguing repertoire. Devised by Rudolph
Turning Towards the LightAdam Rudolph Go: Organic Guitar Orchestra
JazzTimes Magazine / Posted 19 days ago
Also setting the ensemble apart is an intriguing repertoire. Devised by Rudolph, the renowned and ceaselessly probing percussionist/orchestrator, the 13 compositions here reveal his lifelong embrace of music worldly and otherworldly, along with... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Tedeschi Trucks Band dreams big, no matter what it costsDerek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi had a rare insight into David Bowie's final yea
Tedeschi Trucks Band dreams big, no matter what it costs
Chicago Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi had a rare insight into David Bowie's final year of life because their bass player, Tim Lefebvre, played on Bowie's farewell album, "Blackstar." "Bowie was familiar with my playing and Susan's, and we were sending... Read more
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Pitchfork
Albert Ayler: Bells/ProphecyAlbert Ayler’s music was defined by its excesses. He played tenor saxophone wit
Albert Ayler: Bells/Prophecy
Pitchfork / Posted 21 days ago
Albert Ayler’s music was defined by its excesses. He played tenor saxophone with too much vibrato and too much feeling, outlining melodies that were too simple and too catchy before descending into skronky noise that was too harsh and too unsettling.... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Andy Furillo: For lesson in basketball effort, check out Sacramento StateSacramento’s basketball buzzword of the week has been effort, specifically how
Andy Furillo: For lesson in basketball effort, check out Sacramento State
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 23 days ago
Sacramento’s basketball buzzword of the week has been effort, specifically how the NBA team sometimes forgets how to make much of one. For a lesson on how to incorporate a sense of urgency as a way of life, the professionals might want to go back to... Read more
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Denver Post
Saunders: Joshua Redman, Wallace Roney keep Denver jazz scene busy this monthUsually, Denver's jazz scene is relatively quiet at the beginning of the year.
Saunders: Joshua Redman, Wallace Roney keep Denver jazz scene busy this month
Denver Post / Posted 29 days ago
Usually, Denver's jazz scene is relatively quiet at the beginning of the year. But a few scheduled January shows will fill local stages with creative activity: The late saxophonist Dewey Redman was a valued colleague of another saxophonist and... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Live review: Patti Smith's 'Horses' rides again in PortlandAlbums have unpredictable lives. Generations of punks, painters, freaks and re
Live review: Patti Smith's 'Horses' rides again in Portland
OregonLive.com / Posted a month ago
Albums have unpredictable lives. Generations of punks, painters, freaks and rebels have come and gone, but most of their shelves share "Horses," Patti Smith's landmark 1975 debut. The LP is 40 now, and Smith 69, though you wouldn't know unless she... Read more

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