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A jazz keyboardist without borders arrives in Maine

Jamie Saft, acclaimed jazz pianist and composer, at home in Alna. Ben McCanna / Personal Photographer Shortly after moving to Maine last year, jazz keyboardist Jamie Saft called up the Casco Bay Tummlers, a Portland band that plays Jewish klezmer music. Over the past 30 years, Saft has established a …

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Student Musicians Kick Off 65th Monterey Jazz Festival

HOUR. AT LEAST FOUR PEOPLE KILLED BY THE STORM… ### NEW AT 11 PM TONIGHT… THE 65TH MONTEREY JAZZ FESTIVAL HAS ARRIVED… CONCERTS AT MONTEREY COUNTY FAIR PARK BEGIN TOMORROW AND UNTIL SUNDAY. TODAY… THE JAZZ FESTIVAL HOSTED A STUDENT SHOWCASE AT CAL STATE MONTEREY BAY. ACTION NEWS 8 REPORTER …

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SAVANNAH JAZZ FESTIVAL: Jazmin Ghent focuses on jazz, gospel and southern roots | Music | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

International smooth jazz and gospel artist Jazmin Ghent had an interest in music that began when she was a young child. Born in Germany, into a military family and raised in Huntsville, AL, Ghent’s mother and father raised her in the church, instilling in her the importance of jazz and …

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A series of jazz music is coming to the Anvil Theater in New Westminster

Juno-winning jazz musician has teamed up with modern Italian restaurant Piva to present a new series of jazz music and perform A new musical series at the Anvil Theater aims to introduce audiences to the rich world of jazz. Piva Presents: Jazz at the Anvil is a new jazz music …

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New Mexico Jazz Festival later in the year

September 16 — Withdraw When famed jazz drummer Peter Erskine takes the stage at the 16th annual New Mexico Jazz Festival, it will mark almost exactly 50 years since his first performance in the state. “It was my first tour, and I was just like, wow, New Mexico is really …

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Ramsey Lewis, Chicago-born jazz great who continually evolved, dies at 87 | Chicago News

Video: Ramsey Lewis performing John Coltrane’s “Dear Lord” at WTTW Studios on April 8, 2010. Chicago is mourning the loss of one of its most famous native sons, as the family of Ramsey Lewis announced that the award-winning musician passed away peacefully at his Chicago home on Monday morning at …

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Jazz Chisholm Jr. will not return for the end of the 2022 season

The 2022 season is officially over for the Marlins second baseman Jazz Chisholm Jr.as MLB.com’s Christina De Nicola (Twitter link) reports that Chisholm is still recovering from a stress fracture in his back. Chisholm hasn’t played since June 28 and can therefore be taken off the 60-day injured list at …

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Irish Women In Jazz Series: Tribute to Julie London

Julie London was one of the most successful women in jazz, an icon who released over 30 albums, as well as a renowned actress. She was and still is a big influence for many musicians around the world. “Some singers sing like they’re talking to a crowd; some sing like …

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The Cincinnati International Jazz Festival writes the last melody of the weekend

CINCINNATI — The first Cincinnati International Jazz Festival sings its final chorus. The two-day event is coming to an end, but the tunes performed at the Icon Center will return next year. Robbie Todd is an integral part of the Queen City jazz scene. He has worked with several artists …

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Olie Brice Trio/Octet – ‘Fire Hills’ – London Jazz News

Olie Brice Trio/Octet – hills of fire (West Hill Records. Two CDs. Album review by Tony Dudley-Evans) Olivier Brice is a double bass player well known as a key member of the UK free jazz community. However, he has always had an interest in composition and in finding ways to …

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Knicks Barrett extension complicates trade talks between Jazz and Mitchell

SALT LAKE CITY – The New York Knicks signed guard RJ Barrett to a contract extension Monday night, potentially complicating a trade for Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news of the Barrett extension and mentioned the impact it would have on a Mitchell trade. “New …

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Second Annual Bridgeport Jazz Festival at McLevy Green 2022

Vic Eng for Hearst Connecticut Media Group August 27, 2022 Jazz Festival took place on the McLevy Green on Saturday August 27, 2022. The event featured 14-year-old Bridgeport native Alivia Summerville and the 15-piece band Top Notch – whose members have played for artists like Nicki Minaj, Mary J. Blige …

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A rare New Orleans jazz landmark and Creole cultural site is collapsing

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) — A rare New Orleans jazz landmark and historic Creole cultural site has collapsed. Perseverance Hall on North Villere Street in the Seventh Ward has become the latest blight victim in the city. “New Orleans conservatives failed, all the different organizations that claim to be engaged in …

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The Bridgeport Jazz Festival returns Saturday with live music and food

Bridgeport’s McLevy Green will be filled with live jazz music and food trucks on Saturday. “The purpose of organizing the Bridgeport Jazz Festival is to provide a detailed profile of live jazz musical performances to residents and visitors to Fairfield County. The cultural diversity of musical talent brings generations of …

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The South Coast Jazz Festival will have a global audience

Content of the article The South Coast Jazz and Blues Festival will not only entertain live audiences in Norfolk County next month, but also music lovers from around the world. Content of the article The festival recently signed a five-year global agreement with Stingray DJazz Music TV and Video-On-Demand. Like …

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Noosa Jazz Party program | Noosa today

The Noosa Jazz Party will perform across the county. The Noosa Jazz Party turns 30 this month and everyone is invited. Noosa Heads Jazz Club Chairman Richard Stevens said the club was proud to bring Noosa the acclaimed services of Australia’s top classical jazz musicians and world-renowned musicians from the …

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NBA rumours: Utah Jazz received ‘strong’ Donovan Mitchell trade offers from teams other than Knicks

Credit: Rob Gray-USA TODAY Sports As for Donovan Mitchell, the New York Knicks were aggressive in making a deal for him. Described as the first in the Mitchell contest, the Knicks might be willing to offer RJ Barrett up to four first-round picks. Still, there’s apparently another offer on the …

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Jazz Specialist New Soil Announces Three New Partnerships | Labels

Jazz-focused label services and artist management team New Soil announced three new partnerships, with Mushroom Half Hour, Bridge The Gap and Women In Jazz. As part of its new partnership with South African label Mushroom Half Hour, New Soil will co-release drummer Tumi Mogorosi’s new album, Group Theory: Black Music. …

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From jazz to rock with the Marion Concert Band

MARION – On Friday, August 19, the Marion Concert Band continues its series of Friday evening concerts with a program of popular American music. The program includes a solo trumpeter and a variety of pop styles from the 1900s to the present day, is as follows: Washington Post March – …

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Northwest Notes: Green, Jazz, Wallace

Nuggets forward Jeff Green hosted a voluntary minicamp for himself and some of his Denver teammates this week in Miami, per DNVR Sports’ Harrison Wind (Twitter link). David Roseau, Zeke Nnaji, Christian Brown, peyton watson and Jack White joined Green for workouts. Wind adds that other players were hoping to …

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The 2022 Jazz Association Benefit Gala raises over $700,000 in a spirited musical evening The 2022 Jazz Association Benefit Gala (JASS) raises over $700,000

Nathan Hartono, Jeremy Monteiro and Joanna Dong What happens when two of the country’s biggest jazz and pop stars take the stage together? You have a party on your hands. You are also well aware of the phenomenal talent that abounds on Singapore’s shores. That’s exactly what happened when Nathan …

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A Jazzman’s Blues, Jazz Music Inspirat – Deadline

I sat in the Green Room waiting for actor and director Tyler Perry to arrive backstage at the Martha’s Vineyard Performing Arts Center for the Colors of Conversation event during the Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival. Before hitting the stage for the panel, there was only a short window …

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Charles Lloyd Trios: Ocean review – a rich blend of an enchanting master | Jazz

Jsaxophonist, flautist and pioneer of world music, Charles Lloyd has fascinated audiences around the world for over 60 years, while traveling widely in his own fertile imagination to cultures far beyond his jazz origins. But the West Coast has felt like Lloyd’s spiritual home since he was a teenager in …

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International stars to perform at Bansko Jazz Festival 2022 in Bulgaria – The Sofia Globe

Stars from Israel, the United States, Ukraine and many other countries will perform at the 2022 Bansko International Jazz Festival in the Bulgarian mountain resort from August 6-13. Among the big names is drummer Billy Cobham – born in Panama, but at the age of three moved with his family …

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Jazz Sanctuary to perform at Yardley and Wayne in August, with free concerts throughout the Philadelphia area

The Jazz Sanctuary enters the non-profit performing arts group’s second decade in 2022. Alan Segal, founder of The Jazz Sanctuary The Jazz Sanctuary offers live jazz music performances to audiences in the Greater Philadelphia area. PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, USA, Aug. 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Jazz Sanctuary, Philadelphia’s most innovative music …

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‘Back with a splash’: Stowe Jazz Festival returns with a bang with a fourth edition | Vermont Arts

After a two-year hiatus, the Stowe Jazz Festival is back in full force, bringing some 26 bands and 136 musicians from around the world to the seaside resort for its fourth edition from August 5-7. “I decided that if we really had to do this again, we were going to …

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Live @ the Town Hall returns for a second installment featuring jazz musicians Jazztrix Quartet, Daniel Susnjar

Albany will host a weekend of jazz performances next week with the second installment of Live @ The Town Hall. Albany City Hall will transform into a jazz club on August 5 and 6 with four musicians bringing their sweet sounds to the stage. The weekend will kick off with …

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The Energy of Jazz (SIMA)

Australian saxophonist Richard Maegraith, back from Berlin, Germany, where he has been based since 2015, opened this concert with his supergroup Galaxstare. Originally formed in 2007, they played music from their third album Listening With Your Eyes, which was recorded in November 2018 but has just been released. In many …

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WonderFest 2022 – Flame Toys Jazz, Starscream, Cyclonus, Jet Power Armor, more reveals

Wonder Festival 2022 kicks off in Japan on July 23 with new reveals from Flame Toys kicking off the Kuro Kara Kuri action! New versions have just been revealed for Jazz, Iron Machinery Starscream, IDW Iron Machinery Cyclonus and Iron Machinery Jet Power Armor Optimus Prime! Read on to see …

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Magic’s Paolo Banchero and Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell give each other buckets

Getty Images The number one pick in the 2022 NBA draft, Paolo Banchero of the Orlando Magic, was in New York. He competes in Chris Brickley Black Op races. The former Duke forward can be seen giving that job to Jazz All-Star Donovan Mitchell. Mitchell isn’t exactly an All-Defense player, …

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Will Schneider takes musical road less traveled as jazz French horn player – BG Independent News

By David Dupont BG Independent News At 11, Will Schneider decided to play the French horn. This was before his passion for jazz improvisation blossomed. Although some musicians have explored the jazz potential of the horn, the instrument still remains marginal. Schneider discovered it when he arrived in high school. …

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The Lost World of Jazz | Pierre Tonguette

IAt a time when mass gatherings most often suggest the social upheaval of the past two years, it’s worth remembering that not all teeming multitudes are equal. Nowhere is the contrast between the unruly masses of the present and the peaceful crowds of the past better illustrated than in filmmaker …

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Street co-nominated for Bronx Jazz Great Onaje Allan Gumbs

By smashIJuly 12, 2022 “His music will live forever,” the Onaje Allan Gumbs & Sandra Gumbs Community JazzArts Foundation said in a statement. (Photo: Courtesy of Onaje Allan Gumbs Foundation & Sandra Gumbs Community JazzArts) On July 5, a road sign co-named Onaje Allan Gumbs Way was erected at the …

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Jazz at Buxton Festival (Opening weekend recap) – London Jazz News

The Buxton International Festival is now in its 43rd year. Traditionally a platform for opera and literature, this year saw the premiere of its first-ever official jazz series. Most performances were at the Palace Hotel, along with the occasional evening show at the Buxton Opera House or the Pavilion Arts …

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Annual Eric Marienthal and Friends Jazz Concert Returns to Hyatt Regency Newport to Support High Hopes Brain Injury

Singer Oleta Adams, percussionist Ramon Yslas, saxophonist Eric Marienthal, bassist Nathaniel Kearney, Jr. and guitarist Adam Hawley perform at the 19th Annual Eric Marienthal & Friends Concert / Credit: Sheri Determan Get ready to enjoy a sensational jazz concert to benefit a great cause when the 23rd The annual Eric …

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Breaking down Utah Jazz’s two middle options to replace Rudy Gobert

Trading Rudy Gobert left more than a few holes in the Utah Jazz roster. His departure left the starting center role extremely young and skinny. Gobert is a defense in his own right and a transcendent defensive center, so trying to fill his shoes isn’t fair to the core centers …

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Crafts, Fashion, Jazz, Sea Monsters: Dive into the Deep Myth Overture, Native American Flute Circle

Events July 7-July 10, 2022 Climb aboard the tentacle-wrapped Star of India and set off on an imaginary expedition investigating the existence of sea monsters in various parts of the globe. Crafts, Fashion, Jazz PHES Gallery celebrates its first anniversary with a one-day arts and crafts pop-up festival! Pop-up arts …

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NBA Rumors: Knicks, Kings, Victor Oladipo, Jazz

Knicks Unrestricted Free Agent Centers André Drummond and Isaiah Hartenstein are among the players on the Knicks’ radar, according to SNY.tv’s Ian Begley. Drummond started last season with the 76ers before being traded to the Nets as part of the Ben Simmons OK. Begley wrote that the Knicks intend to …

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Ron Grossman on the Roots of Jazz in Chicago | Radio WGN 720

In a June 21, 1971 file photo, Louis Armstrong practices with his horn at his home in Corona, New York. The Louis Armstrong House Museum announced Wednesday, April 1… Read more In a June 21, 1971 file photo, Louis Armstrong practices with his horn at his home in Corona, New …

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Paul’s Stage – London Jazz News

album review Ricky Ford – Ricky Ford’s Moans: Paul’s Scene (Whaling City Sound. Album review by Adam Sieff) The great tenor saxophonist Ricky Ford (b. 1954) has produced a hugely enjoyable album that reflects his influences and musical ancestry while still sounding in the moment. It was recorded for Neal …

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Correlieu Jazz Band closes the school year with a show downtown – Quesnel Cariboo Observer

There was a special surprise in downtown Quesnel early Thursday afternoon when jazz erupted from Spirit Square. The Correlieu Jazz Band gave their last show of the school year in front of a relatively large audience bringing a range of eclectic influences. “It was kind of a last-minute thing,” said …

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Jazz-Themed Anime Film BLUE GIANT Set To Release In February 2023

Along with a teaser visual, the official website for the upcoming anime film adaptation of Shinichi Ishizuka’s jazz-themed manga BLUE GIANT announcement today that it is set to be released in Japan on February 17, 2023. The film was originally scheduled to be released in 2022, but the production period …

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The Dallas Mavericks have made a massive defensive improvement this year to finish in the top ten in the defensive classification. First-year head coach Jason Kidd got a ton of credit, but assistant coach Sean Sweeney was the team’s defensive coordinator and helped devise the plan. Sweeney has toured the …

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The Monterey Jazz Festival’s Summer Jazz Camp is back. | Monterey County NOW Intro

Agata Popęda here with a reminder that it’s not too late to register for the Monterey Jazz Festival’s Summer Jazz Camp for college and high school students. The Monterey Jazz Festival is rebooting the in-person camp experience after two years of virtual experiences. Act quickly though; registration closes Monday, June …

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Laila Biali says she’s ‘jazz for jazz skeptics’

READ MORE: JazzFest doesn’t miss a beat back from live shows Biali will perform on June 21 at 7 p.m. with her husband Ben Wittman on drums and George Koller on bass. She says they try to put a friendly face on jazz and she tells stories throughout to give …

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Should Jazz Chisholm Jr. be allowed to hit left-handed starting pitchers?

MIAMI, FL – JUNE 07: Jazz Chisholm Jr. #2 of the Miami Marlins hits a grand slam in the second inning against the Washington Nationals at LoanDepot Park on June 07, 2022 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images) Is it time for the Miami Marlins to extend Jazz …

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‘Dwyane Wade becomes minority owner of Jazz and Donovan Mitchell ends up in Miami’: Utah guard tells stories with Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo, sends NBA Twitter wondering

Can Donovan Mitchell be the solution to the Miami Heat’s title troubles? If he can, do Jimmy Butler and Co have enough to get the man? The Miami Heat and Utah Jazz will have a lot to think about and do when it comes to offseason personnel due to Erik …

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An evening full of booze and jazz in Highland Park, as told by a 35mm camera

After a long day at the office, I was almost home when I remembered that I had bought a ticket to see bassist Christian McBride at the Lodge Room in Highland Park later that evening. Earlier, my editor, Javier Cabral, asked me if I would be willing to publish a …

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Friday Jazz Concerts | Coronado City News

The Coronado Public Library will present a series of jazz concerts every other Friday at 1 p.m. in the Winn Room throughout the summer, June 3 through August 26. The concerts, made possible with funding from Hotel del Coronado, will feature an array of unique jazz performers, some of whom …

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Spoleto Review: Wells Fargo Jazz Series Highlights ‘New and Fresh Works’ | Spoleto

The Wells Fargo Jazz series continued with two of the most innovative contemporary artists in the lead. The Spoleto Festival USA lineup is specially curated to include fresh new work and is known for inviting and commissioning artists who are at the forefront of creation. Malaysian-born, Australian-raised Linda May Han …

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Jazz announces head coach Quin Snyder has resigned

Jazz head coach Quin Snyder has stepped down after eight seasons at Utah, the team announced Sunday. In a statement obtained by Sports Illustratedby Howard Beckjazz owner ryan smith confirmed news of Snyder’s surprising departure shortly after ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski announced he planned to quit. Snyder, 55, recently led Utah …

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Louise Parker will bring her Jazz Quartet to Barnstaple

Plymouth-based jazz and soul singer Louise Parker will bring her Jazz Quartet to ThePlough@StAnne’s, Barnstaple on Saturday June 11 at 8pm. Louise had a great career, including a coveted place at Glastonbury, and also supported the legendary late jazz musician Humphrey Lytellton. Louise said: “I sent Humphrey my CD ‘No …

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Jazz festival launches new weekly Hope Street Jazz night in Frederiks

A Jazz Festival at Frederik’s, Hope Street Jazz’s biggest event to date, kicks off a new weekly party there. The venue already hosts Hope Street Jazz on Tuesdays and Thursdays and now, thanks to fan and artist demand, it is also adding a regular Wednesday night. To celebrate, Hope Street …

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San Diego Jazz Ventures returns with a women in jazz mini-festival

San Diego Jazz Ventures celebrates some of today’s most notable female jazz artists June 3-4 at The Alexandria, featuring All-Star sextet Artemis and Grammy nominee Thana Alexa. Each band debuts in the San Diego area! San Diego Jazz Ventures presents… Friday June 3 | Artemis Artemis – starring Renee Rosnes, …

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Jazz Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ: JAZZ) Receives Average “Buy” Rating from Analysts

Jazz Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ:JAZZ – Get Rating) has been assigned a consensus “Buy” recommendation by the eighteen rating companies that currently cover the company, MarketBeat reports. Three analysts rated the stock with a hold rating and nine assigned the company a buy rating. The 12-month average target price among analysts …

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Erykah Badu Talks Roy Hargrove Documentary She Executive Produced

Erykah Badu, executive producer of the upcoming documentary about late jazz and R&B trumpeter Roy Hargrove, wastes no time elaborating on the influence her collaborator and high school classmate has had on his life and career. “It all started with Roy,” says Badu, who first met Hargrove in 1985 when …

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Jeff Crompton brings ‘strange jazz’ to Underground Atlanta

“When you’re playing off-center music, if you want to keep playing, you have to have a lot of bands because no one wants to hear the same one over and over again,” he said. “Each of them brings something different.” Crompton performs May 31 at No Tomorrow in Underground Atlanta, …

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Reno Jazz Orchestra Announces Summer Concerts | Carson City Nevada News

Event date: August 1, 2022 (all day) The Reno Jazz Orchestra announces its summer concert lineup which includes a host of jazz, blues, rock and patriotic music under the direction of Music Director, Doug Coomler. On July 4, the Reno Jazz Orchestra (RJO) will light up the night with a …

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Utah Jazz all-time player John Stockton writes letter to DC court vouching for January 6 riot

NBA all-time great and Hall of Famer John Stockton continues to raise eyebrows with his controversial comments and behavior in support of right-wing causes. The former Utah Jazz star and NBA all-time leader in steals and assists was known throughout his career for wanting to stay out of the limelight …

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Intense Innovation: Jazz Clubs and the Evolution of Jazz

In much of the public mind, the jazz club has a somewhat sleazy reputation. The smoky atmosphere after working hours, the bohemian atmosphere, the presence of night owls, gangsters – this stereotype is alive and well in popular culture. While it is true to say that jazz clubs were nightclubs …

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Hannabiell & the Midnight Blue Collective, Marco Woolf, Yaatri, MC Nelson, Ni Maxine, TC & The Groove Family – London Jazz News

Jazz North has announced the new roster of artists for its touring support program, Northern Line, chosen by a jury composed of John Doran (The Quietus), Claire Umney (Jazz FM), Dennis Rollins MBE (trombonist), Sam Nicholls AKA whiskas (Music:Leeds), Santana Guerot (Band on the Wall), Harkirit Boparai (Le Crescent) and …

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The perfect trade the Hawks have to offer Jazz for Rudy Gobert

Rumors are already swirling around the Utah Jazz and the NBA playoffs are still in full swing! Utah was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs and it becomes clear they don’t have a roster capable of making it to the Finals. This has led to speculation that one …

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Trade rumour: Rudy Gobert more likely target for Hawks in trade market, Jazz like De’Andre Hunter game

According to a recent mailbag article by The Athletic’s Chris Kirschner, the Atlanta Hawks should be paying attention to the trade situation with Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert. He also mentioned that the Utah Jazz like De’Andre Hunter’s game. Here is the section that talks about Jazz. I’m watching Utah’s …

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Discounts on Honda cars [May 2022]

Discounts on Honda cars [May 2022]

Check out all the offers and discounts available on all Honda car models currently on sale in the Indian car market Honda Cars India has announced exciting deals and discounts for its vehicles this month. If you want to buy a new car right now and Honda feels like it, …

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Jazz and art transcend language and culture in the work of Sam Nhlengethwa

“Jazz, I think, is a universal language and expression,” says artist and one of the founders of the Bag Factory arts organization in Newtown, Sam Nhlengethwa. The artist is best known for his figurative paintings and collages exploring themes of social history and art, jazz, mining and domestic life. Nhlengethwa …

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Jazz and arts festival debuts in Gardnerville on May 22

The Gardnervillains perform at a jazz festival on May 22. The Carson Valley Arts Council and Main Street Gardnerville are teaming up with local jazz enthusiasts to sponsor the first “Jazz and Arts Festival” from 1-6pm on May 22. This free event will feature local jazz artists like the Mile …

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Quin Snyder’s feelings about Jazz leaving for Los Angeles

After a first-round exit, Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder is likely to make it through this offseason, with many linking him to the vacant head coaching job with the Los Angeles Lakers. However, it appears the league and sources close to Snyder believe LA is not a desirable landing …

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Jazz Weekender in Delhi wants people to experience the latest in jazz

Wild City, Gatecrash, Art Unites & Jazz in India and boxout.fm organize a three-day jazz weekend, which takes place in Delhi until May 1 at 1AQ in Mehrauli. In its first edition, the festival straddles international jazz daycelebrated on April 30. The line-up includes German band Triorität, Gino Banks x …

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The Darlington Jazz Festival returns this weekend – what to expect

The DARLINGTON Jazz Festival returns this weekend with performances at Central Hall (Dolphin Centre) and Number One Bar. April 30 is International Jazz Day, so it’s only fitting that Darlington will experience jazz concerts at venues downtown. This Friday, April 29, the Durham Alumni Big Band is ready to entertain …

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Irvin Mayfield still in federal prison as Jazz Fest returns after two-year hiatus

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) — As the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival returns this week after a two-year hiatus, one of its most frequent performers won’t be near a Fair Grounds stage. Grammy-winning jazz trumpet player Irvin Mayfield remains locked up in federal prison. Mayfield, 44, will spend Jazz Fest …

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Upside down | Sousa Archive Celebrates Titans of Jazz Sax, International Jazz Day | Music

The artistic and cultural relationships between different styles of music are often complex and constantly changing. This is especially true for much of America’s diverse jazz heritage. In the late 19th century, Buddy Bolden, Kid Ory and Sidney Bechet played styles of New Orleans jazz that ultimately influenced the later …

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Here’s what LeBron James tweeted after The Jazz Lost To The Mavs

The Utah Jazz hosted the Dallas Mavericks for Game 3 of their first-round series Thursday night in Salt Lake City, and the shorthanded Mavs cruised to a 126-118 victory to take a 2-1 lead in the series. More impressively, they did it all without their best player Luka Doncic, who …

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Jazz Fest Foundation appeals judge’s decision to keep benefits in place for former board chairs

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) — With Jazz Fest starting in just over a week, new challenges have been filed in a case involving costly perks for former board chairs. The Jazz and Heritage Foundation is now appealing a decision that keeps those benefits in place. For the first time in three …

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Tia Brazda (Pizza Express Holborn, May 2) – London Jazz News

Growing up in Vancouver, Tia Brazda says “singing and writing became like companions” that she still has to this day. Coming to London to promote his new album When I get low With a gig at Pizza Express Holborn on May 2, she talks to LJN about her discovery of …

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Utah Jazz vs. Dallas Mavericks Game 1 Preview: It Begins!

After the ups and downs of an 82-game season, the Utah Jazz will finally play their first playoff game this season against the Dallas Mavericks. It is the culmination of a season whose main objective was to stay healthy. After a disappointing end to last year, the team that entered …

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The Simpsons Learn Jazz Never Solves Anything

The concept of a deaf child born to a gifted musician is sadly tragically ironic. This itself is sublimely parodied by having Bleeding Gums discover the disease because of a clumsy drunken drummer. The episode features the show’s first-ever use of ASL and deaf actors. Monk teaches at The Sky’s …

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Summer Camps and Activities 2022: Creative Music Center to Host Jazz and Beatl

Posted: Apr 09, 2022 8:00 AM MONROE – Creative Music Center, 701 Main Street, will bring young musicians together for its next two summer camps. Kate Rich, Vice President/General Manager of the Creative Music Center, shared that they are once again offering their Jazz Camp for ages 10-17. The Jazz …

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Most favorable 2022 NBA Playoffs first-round matches, ranked

The Utah Jazz have been slipping considerably lately before two much-needed wins, including a thrilling overtime win over the second-seeded Memphis Grizzlies. The Jazz are now sitting at 48-32 this season, which is good for fifth place in the Western Conference. They are two games behind the Dallas Mavericks and …

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Quin Snyder defends Utah Jazz clutch, Donovan Mitchell’s passing in epic pre-game rant

Quin Snyder entered Tuesday’s pregame media session with an ax to grind. Well, two actually. While the Utah Jazz coach normally spends about 10 minutes before each game answering questions posed to him by reporters, it was a little different heading into the Jazz’s overtime showdown against the visiting Memphis …

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3 Rudy Gobert trades for the Utah Jazz this summer

Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert (Jeffrey Swinger-USA TODAY Sports) All doesn’t look good with the Utah Jazz. They have lost six of their last seven games. That lone win came against the Los Angeles Lakers. Beating the Lakers is like Tik Tok: everyone seems to be doing it right now. …

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Wilmington jazz history author to sign books April 15

Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach will host radio host and author Steven Leech for a book signing and discussion on “Boysie’s Horn: The History of Jazz in Wilmington in the 20th Century” from 12:30-1:30 p.m., Friday, April 15. at 133 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach. “Boysie’s Horn” highlights the influence of …

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Atlanta Jazz Fest Memorial Day Weekend 2022 | What is the programming

The 45th annual Jazz Fest is scheduled to take place in Piedmont Park over Memorial Day weekend. ATLANTA — Mayor Andre Dickens announced the lineup for Atlanta’s 2022 Jazz Fest Thursday night. The free festival includes three days of spectacular performances with distinguished musicians and innovative emerging artists. The 45th …

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The “Jazz Up Spring” concert will take place on April 14 at the Jackson N. Sasser Fine Arts Hall

The SF Jazz Ensemble performing in front of the Beaux-Arts hall in November 2020. March 29, 2022 – Two Santa Fe College (SF) student bands, the Jazz Combo and Jazz Ensemble, will perform their annual “Jazz Up Spring” concert at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 14 at the Jackson N. …

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Nanaimo Musician Releases Debut Album of “Emotional” Rock-Jazz Music – Nanaimo News Bulletin

A rock and jazz guitarist from Nanaimo relied on some “home cooking” for his debut album. Celestial Desire, released March 18, features the guitar and songwriting of Vancouver Island University graduate Keanu Ienco and was recorded in the Harbor City area, with elements of rock, jazz and native music. In …

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Grammy-winning trumpeter to headline MTSU’s Backgammon Jazz Festival on April 2

Grammy-winning trumpeter and jazz educator Brian Lynch MURFEESBORO, Tenn. – A Grammy-winning jazz trumpeter will headline Middle Tennessee State University’s annual Illinois Jacquet Jazz Festival on Saturday, April 2, providing music lovers with a public concert with MTSU School students of Music to cap off a day of learning for …

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Utah Jazz coach Frank Layden on Michael Jordan: “He’s got the wrong number. It should be 007, he’s got the right to kill.”

Few expected Michael Jordan to reach the heights he did when he entered the league. Jordan was selected third overall in the 1984 NBA draft. And while people thought he could be a great player in the league, it was surprising how great he had become. Jordan’s impact on the …

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Denzel Curry and T-Pain’s “Troubles” Is a Smoky Jazz Bounce

Last week, Denzel Curry announced that his new album, Melt my eyes, see your future, will be released this Friday, March 25. The tracklist also revealed a loaded list of guest features, including 454, 6lack, Bridget Perez, Jasiah, JID, Rico Nasty, Robert Glasper, Saul Williams, Slowthai, and T-Pain. Meanwhile, the …

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Okanagan Mission Secondary School Jazz Band rehearses for the BC Interior Jazz Festival – Okanagan

After two years off the stage, the Grade 12 jazz band from Okanagan Mission High School is ready to perform at the BC Interior Jazz Festival. “It brings together the whole jazz community; from students, teachers to professionals, to music fans,” said Megan Frederick, OKM Music Teacher. “You see students …

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Jazz and Bulls are both looking to win to bolster their top-four rankings

Credit: Chris Nicoll – USA TODAY SportsTwo teams trying to retain the No. 4 seeds in their respective conferences will square off in Salt Lake City on Wednesday night when the Utah Jazz host the Chicago Bulls. Neither team has played to their potential in recent games — each lost …

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Ron Miles, discreet master of the jazz cornet, died at 58

He started playing the trumpet in college, as part of a summer music program, and dedicated himself to the instrument as a student at East High School. Mr. Miles played in the jazz band alongside future actor Don Cheadle, who played saxophone, and soon began an apprenticeship with respected Denver …

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Wynton Marsalis launches a new concert experience at JALC exploring the history of jazz in America

This month, Jazz at Lincoln Center and General and Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis will launch Journey Through Jazz: Fundamentals, a new concert event created and hosted by Marsalis. An interactive, educational, and family-friendly experience, Marsalis will guide audiences through the evolution of jazz and blues in America with its own …

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The Intersection of Comedy and Science at Atlanta Science Festival’s ‘Jazz Hands’

When you imagine Albert Einstein, does he smile? The Atlanta Science Festival offers events at the intersection of science and comedy. “Jazz Hands” is one such session presented by Science for Georgia. Executive Director Dr. Amy Sharma joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes via Zoom, along with Dr. Meisa Salaita, …

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Jazz Sundays at the Falcon will feature world-class artists every week until June

The Falcon, a community-minded arts mecca in the Hudson Valley hamlet of Marlboro, NY, has endured every type of challenge an independent venue could face over the past two years, managing better than most. Then came the death of Tony Falco, its visionary founder, last fall. For the club and …

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Utah Jazz’s new uniforms are likely to mix happiness with unhappiness, optimism with sorrow, power with pain

There have been only hints and guesses, speculation – nothing has been officially announced yet – about one most important element of the Utah Jazz’s victory on and off the field in the coming seasons. . Fashion. That’s right. Dress for success, baby. Look good to feel good to play …

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New York jazz musicians mentor Calgary students

On Thursday, a group of young Calgary musicians got a little taste of how jazz musicians put the bee in beebop. The Jack Singer Concert Hall was filled with the soft, easy rhythms of a small ensemble consisting of piano, horns, strings and vocals. The musicians came from Jazz at …

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Jazz Singers, Orchestra take the stage on March 9 | Nebraska today

The Jazz Singers and Jazz Orchestra of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Glenn Korff School of Music will perform at 7:30 p.m. on March 9 at Kimball Recital Hall. The concert is free and open to the public. It will also be webcast live. The Jazz Singers, under the direction of …

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2 reasons Utah needs to trade Zion Williamson this offseason

With tensions rising in New Orleans, the Pelicans may be interested in trading Zion Williamson this offseason if things continue to go wrong. If Williamson does become available, the Utah Jazz should explore the possibility of acquiring him, especially if they fall short in the playoffs again. The young striker …

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Suns look to find footing without Jazz host Chris Paul

Adjusting to life without Chris Paul is still a work in progress for the Phoenix Suns. The Suns enter Sunday’s home game against the Utah Jazz trying to avoid their first two-game losing streak since late December. On Friday, Phoenix lost its second game without Paul in the roster, falling …

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‘Oscar Peterson: Black + White’ on Hulu spotlights legendary jazz pianist | black history month

NEW YORK — As part of the Black History Month celebration, Sandy Kenyon takes a look at a jazz giant who was born and raised in Montreal, Canada, but came to write a struggle anthem for Civil Rights in the United States. The late pianist Oscar Peterson is the subject …

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Top 10 safest cars in India tested by Global NCAP

Global NCAP has already subjected up to 50 Indian-made cars to crash tests. The latest to undergo this test are the Honda City and Jazz, Renault Kiger and Nissan Magnite SUVs. By HT automatic office | Updated: 23 Feb 2022, 10:52 Jazz (right), which recently underwent crash tests, is placed …

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A jazz piano innovator driven by his sense of social and political malaise

Vijay Iyer is uncomfortable. The 50-year-old American pianist, considered one of the leading innovators in creative music, chose Uneasy as the title of his latest album, released in 2021 on hallowed label ECM. A maelstrom of dense harmonies and ambiguous grooves, the record features Iyer’s intensely creative working trio with …

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Jazz Weekend at Beavercreek High School

“It’s primarily an educational jazz festival,” Leonard said. “This year we have Naughty Professor, who shared the stage with Snarky Puppy, the Revivalists and other bands. They’re going to be really fun. The members of Naughty Professor were students in Loyola University’s jazz program when they formed the band in …

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ArtSci Roundup: DXARTS Winter Concert: Motion Actuation, Jazz Innovations: Parts 1 & 2, and more

arts and entertainment February 17, 2022 Through public events and exhibits, connect with the UW community every week! Many of these opportunities are broadcast via Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students have access to Zoom Pro through UW-IT. Vocal Division Recital February 22, 4 p.m. | Brechemin Auditorium The …

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Vivint Arena lifts COVID-19 restrictions on jazz games

SALT LAKE CITY – Vivint Arena announced that they have lifted their COVID-19 restrictions for fans when attending Utah Jazz basketball games. Beginning February 25, the requirement for proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test will be waived for access to Utah Jazz home games inside Vivint Arena. …

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Thundercat, Melissa Aldana, Robert Glasper and More: Jazz Week

Jazz Week is your roundup of new and remarkable stories from the world of jazz. It’s a one-stop destination for music news you need to know. Let’s take it from the top. Remarkable Robert Glasper on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Last week, Robert Glasper was interviewed on Comedy …

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Mix of traditional jazz, gypsy jazz and acoustic music at the Boomerang concert in Chilliwack – Chilliwack Progress

Highlighting local musical talent, the Boomerang Concert Series returns to the Chilliwack Cultural Center for an evening of music. On February 26, Sarah Wills will lead a lineup of musicians that will fill the Rotary Hall Studio Theater with jazz and even rock and roll. “The concert should be a …

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NBA All-Star teams: Donovan Mitchell on Team LeBron, Rudy Gobert on Team Durant

The 2022 NBA All-Star Game is getting closer and we now know which teams will be. During the All-Star Draft, which aired on TNT Thursday night, captains LeBron James and Kevin Durant selected their respective teams (Durant is injured and will not make the All-Star Game, but will remain captain). …

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Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club presents MARCIA BALL, pianist and singer nominated 5x for the GRAMMY® Award and 11x Blues Music Award, on Wednesday February 23 at 7:30 p.m.

5x GRAMMY® Award and 11x Blues Music Award nominated pianist, songwriter and singer MARCIA BALL will bring her band to Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club on Wednesday, February 23 for a show at 7:30 p.m. The Marcia Ball Band includes guitarist MIKE SCHERMER; Saxophonist ÉRIC BERNHARDT; and drummer MO ROBERTS. …

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Jazz at Lincoln Center Announces “Songs We Love” Tour

From March 3-19, some of today’s rising stars in jazz music will perform Songs We Love, a journey through the first 50 years of jazz songwriting, at performing arts centers and concert halls in the United States Under the musical direction of Riley Mulherkar, 3 guest singers will join a …

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‘It’s like a dream’: Detroit Lakes jazz team clinch state spot for first time since 2010 – Detroit Lakes Tribune

SAUK RAPIDS — Detroit Lakes senior Tori LaFriniere barely let the Sauk Rapids-Rice High School PA announcer utter a “D” before bursting into tears. It was the first time in 12 years that the Lakers had been called in a section dance tournament. With a third-place finish, the Detroit Lakes …

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