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2014/08/25 02:26
2014/08/25 02:26
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Thirty years later, the Shaggs may yet make it big, with the rerelease of their homespun album, “Philosophy of the World.”Credit Illustration by Jaime Hernandez THINGS I WONDER (2:12) Depending on...
2014/08/25 02:26
2014/08/25 02:26
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2014/08/24 22:25
2014/08/24 22:25
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The SFJAZZ Collective perform at the new SFJazz Center The image of US West Coast jazz remains stubbornly fixed in the 1950s, when cool horns were a Hollywood staple, trumpeter Chet Baker still...
2014/08/22 21:13
2014/08/22 21:13
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In 37 years of covering music for the Tribune, I've heard virtually all of the masters and have been lucky enough to meet most of them. Whether chatting backstage with Ella Fitzgerald and Frank...
2014/08/20 17:39
2014/08/20 17:39
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Courtesy Photo Jessica Cusick will receive the prestigious Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres Honor. The French Consul General in Los Angeles, Axel Cruau, announced that the City of Santa...
2014/08/13 19:45
2014/08/13 19:45
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Last March, in a conference room at the former Peabody Hotel, Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola stood up to address a small gathering of mostly out-of-town academics. He cleared his throat, thanked...
2014/08/13 02:25
2014/08/13 02:25
14d
Jazz is boring. Jazz is overrated. Jazz is washed up. Unlike a poorly received New Yorker piece purportedly written by jazz great Sonny Rollins, this is not satire. “Jazz might be the stupidest...
2014/08/11 16:29
2014/08/11 16:29
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FORTY seven years after his demise in July 1967, saxophonist John Coltrane continues to be remembered for advancing the execution of the instrument to an avant-garde and far-out level. He is also...
2014/08/10 16:47
2014/08/10 16:47
16d
The workshops began in 1978. The 2014 program was the 44th edition. There have been 44 editions in 36 years because there used to be both a winter and a summer program. The winter workshops eventually...
2014/08/10 04:30
2014/08/10 04:30
17d
Slipping inside a museum has always been one of the best ways to escape the summer heat, entertain out-of-town guests or recharge your own mental batteries during a much needed stay-cation. Area...
2014/08/08 22:03
2014/08/08 22:03
18d
Timothy McAllister is one of the classical saxophone wizards of our day, busy with his own PRISM saxophone quartet and lately becoming the man of the hour for a couple of big jazz-inspired works by...
2014/08/07 02:44
2014/08/07 02:44
20d
In March, in a conference room at the former Peabody Hotel, Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola stood up to address a small gathering of mostly out-of-town academics. He cleared his throat, thanked...
2014/08/06 21:13
2014/08/06 21:13
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Anyone who appreciates Chicago's position as a global hotspot of avant-garde jazz owes a thank you to bandleader Hal Russell. The unrepentantly iconoclastic Chicago musician – who died in 1992 at age...
2014/08/05 07:52
2014/08/05 07:52
22d
Hornsby first worked with Metheny two decades ago, when Metheny guested on Hornsby's Harbor Lights and Hot House albums. Hornsby, for his part, calls Metheny's solos on those albums...
2014/08/04 16:41
2014/08/04 16:41
22d
Photo by Chaira Meattelli and Dominic Lee Post-punk greats the Pop Group have announced a reissue of We Are Time, a 1980 collection of early live and studio recordings. They're also putting out...
2014/08/01 20:47
2014/08/01 20:47
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On-screen: Hal Russell and Mars Williams circa 1990; foreground: Ken Vandermark, Steve Hunt and Williams. Photo by Marc PoKempner Saxophonists Mars Williams and Ken Vandermark played like wild beasts...
2014/07/31 20:42
2014/07/31 20:42
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Husband-and-wife team of former Nashville violinist Feldman and French pianist Courvoisier are so closely attuned as composers and improvisers that they virtually amount to a single instrument; but...
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2014/07/31 12:19
2014/07/31 12:19
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Pat Metheny and Bruce Hornsby were welcomed with open arms at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Skies were clear, temperatures were in mid-70s at the concert's start, and...
2014/07/29 18:13
2014/07/29 18:13
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Anyone who appreciates Chicago's position as a global hotspot of avant-garde jazz owes a thank you to bandleader Hal Russell. The unrepentantly iconoclastic Chicago musician – who died in 1992 at age...
2014/08/25 02:26
2014/08/25 02:26
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