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Could Annie Lennox's new album Nostalgia be her l...
Who's that girl?: Annie Lennox has spent four decades in the public eye, but could her new album be her last? Photo: Robert Sebree Annie Lennox seemed nervous but talkative as she introduced her new...
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MN Bosses: "Beauty," Mikki Taylor, Essence, Edito...
Beauty is more than skin deep. Particularly for Black women. “I came of age in the black power/civil rights era,” Mikki Taylor told The Root in 2010 after she announced that she would be stepping...
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Ziggy Marley Expands Definition of Reggae on New ...
For Ziggy Marley, it would seem like there would be a simple path to take in the genre pioneered by your legendary father. Crank out a new album every other year, accumulate the riches, play gigs...
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The Chicago Maroon — Queen of Scandal: The ground...
Photo: Courtesy of Armando L. Sanchez In December 2001, Regina Carter was invited to Genoa, Italy to play on one of the most famous violins in existence: a 1743 Guarneri once favored by the virtuoso...
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5 ways to spur business innovation
The startup panel at TechEd 2014 in Sydney. Instil an entrepreneurial culture Maree Teeson, director of the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Abuse, said she has...
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Why pop-turned-jazz stars just ain't got that swi...
Of all those rubbish ideas dreamt up by major-label record honchos frantically trying to balance their ailing books, the pop star – often fading, but not necessarily – sings jazz standards album feels...
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The Grandmother Project Debuts In Peekskill In No...
PEEKSKILL, N.Y. -- The Grandmother Project makes its Westchester debut in Peekskill on Saturday, Nov. 15, at 5:30 p.m. at New Era Creative Space. The concert is an innovative presentation of jazz,...
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Road Work Ahead may be coming to end
An aversion to the spotlight might seem unusual for a nationally acclaimed bassist whose credits range from jazz legends
, Joe Pass and Art Pepper to such pop luminaries as Linda...
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Carl Chinn: A proud Aston wench never short of a ...
Our mom, Sylvie Chinn (nee Perry), was always singing. Whatever she was doing she’d sing. But the times I remember best were when she sang on a Sunday along with Two Way Family Favourites on the Light...
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Zara McFarlane: a bit of Billie, a touch of Ella ...
... try to write songs that will affect people on an emotional level,” she says. “If people can relate to the feelings of joy, anger or hurt in what I’m singing about then they become involved.” The...
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Music player learns your tastes over time
New York • Some things get better with time: wine, jeans and this "smart" music player I’ve been using on and off for a few months. The idea behind the $399 Aether Cone is that over time, it learns...
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Review: Music player learns your tastes over time
NEW YORK (AP) — Some things get better with time: wine, jeans and this "smart" music player I've been using on and off for a few months. The idea behind the $399 Aether Cone is that over time, it...
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Cassandra Wilson in Perspective
ROOTED in avant-garde, blues, funk and perhaps free form, eclecticism appears to be the formula for Cassandra Wilson's success as a singer. Her voice is distinctive. Her approach is flexible. She is...
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The Grammy Award
Wilson settled in California on his release from the Navy and formed his own band, which proved highly successful. It recorded, toured to New York and Chicago and had a full datebook when, in 1947,...
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Robert Cray to rock Seafood, Blues & Jazz Festival
A complete schedule is available at the end of this article. But as tasty as the food is at the annual festival, which holds sway at Kure Beach's Fort Fisher Military Recreation Area this weekend,...
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Jimmy Ellis finally gets set to cut a record
Chicago alto saxophone master Jimmy Ellis turned 84 in July but, remarkably, never has recorded an album as bandleader. That finally will change on Tuesday, when Ellis' weekly quartet session at...
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Ann Widdecombe thrills Petwood guests and offers ...
Former MP and Strictly Come Dancing celebrity Ann Widdecombe visited Woodhall Spa this week to support a local charity and help raise funds. The one time Home Office minister entertained 150 guests...
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Review: Jazz chanteuse Denise Donatelli beyond ca...
Denise Donatelli is a miracle. She’s a jazz singer whose musical and dramatic gifts tempt one to reach for superlatives. Yes, her unerring sense of swing and subtle way with a phrase bear comparison...
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Soulful DaysVanessa Perea
And yet Perea also exudes a remarkable air of maturity, recalling the interpretive fearlessness of Anita O’Day. She plunges headlong into “Who Can I Turn To?,” skillfully bending notes to subtly...
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An ode to trailblazing jazz singers
In a dense and soothing voice, akin to her contralto register, Grammy award-winning vocalist Dianne Reeves shares her thoughts on the “importance of the jazz singer” in the genre. It is weeks ahead of...
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