Category Archives: Jazz
Link to video Meeting Ginger Baker: an experience to forget | Music | guardian.co.uk. He does not seem to be a nice man. But where does it say great artists have to be nice. And if you expose yourself to … Continue reading
This autumn is going to be fun at Seven Arts in Leeds. We’ve got the vocal talents of Liane Carroll, pianist John Taylor, saxmen Benn Clatworthy and Peter King, a big band tribute to Pepper Adams featuring American baritone sax … Continue reading
My life and good times: Memoirs of a rock ‘n’ folk survivor 1971 Singers of an Empty Day Elvis Presley – Meanwhile, in Vegas Frank Sinatra: Mr Nixon’s Capo Bob Dylan: Freaking the Media 1974 Industrial folklore 1975 Bob Marley: … Continue reading
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I’m planning a new WordPress blog for singers and musicians using the Soundcheck theme. This is a premium theme, meaning it costs a bit ($75, actually) to set up, but if each person wanting to use the web to promote … Continue reading
Michael Steinham of Jazz Lives introduces an open letter to Wynton Marsalis and the ‘Jazz Hall of Fame’ committee: This open letter from the young singer Julia Keefe is, I think, a very gracious way to discuss an uncomfortable subject. … Continue reading
Steve Winwood will open the 2012 Cheltenham Jazz Festival on Wednesday 2nd May ahead of his spring tour of the USA. The Cheltenham concert will feature some of Winwood’s most iconic hits including Gimme Some Lovin’, Can’t Find My Way … Continue reading
Gilad Atzmon – Writings – Silvia Cattori: Gilad Atzmon answer to his AZZ detractors.
BUDDY RICH 25TH ANNIVERSARY MEMORIAL CONCERTMONDAY 2ND APRIL 2012 AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM via Win tickets to The Buddy Rich 25th Anniversary Memorial Concert – Music-News.com.