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Jocelyn Delk Adams Shares Easy Ways To Brighten Up A Classic Recipe

From her culinary television appearances to her popular cookbook Grandbaby Cakes, Jocelyn Delk Adams appreciates that mixing classic recipes with an updated twist is a way to keep culinary traditions fresh. Without losing that taste of nostalgia, that little push to a classic recipe is a flavor that makes the …

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Scott Joplin’s Birthday Party with Jazz, Cocktails and Costume Contest

By Karl Richter Texarkana Gazette TEXARKANA, Ark. – Jazz and cocktails will be in the spotlight this year for ragtime composer Scott Joplin’s annual birthday celebration. The event takes place Saturday at the recently opened downtown Banana Club 1923, and admission donations will benefit a downtown decorating project dubbed “Music …

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National Youth Jazz Orchestra to celebrate Amy Winehouse at Cambridge Junction

The National Youth Jazz Orchestra (NYJO), a charity that exists to help young jazz musicians, will honor Amy Winehouse – a former NYJO alum – at the Junction this Sunday, November 28. Lucy-Anne Daniels and Olivia Murphy of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra The young musicians, who will perform as …

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Nostalgia takes center stage when Utah welcomes Memphis

To hear Mike Conley and Rudy Gay say it, they each have different early memories of each other. Gay, who was considered the savvy veteran despite starting his second season when he met Conley, recalls Conley walking into the gym for his first workout showing off his new tattoo at …

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Drunk fan causes delay after vomiting on court in Jazz-Kings game

Saturday night’s game between the Utah Jazz and the Sacramento Kings was eventful to say the least. One fan in particular, however, had a little too much fun and ended up causing a massive delay in the fourth quarter of the game. Apparently a random fan sitting next to the …

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‘Native Gardens’, Eliane Elias, Preservation Hall Jazz Band

The Bay Area is packed with great shows and concerts this weekend – here’s a partial rundown. And before you go, be sure to check the venue’s or show’s website for COVID security requirements. On stage: ‘Native Gardens’, ‘Into the Woods’, more Here are several shows and festivals that Bay …

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Centerville High School Jazz Band to Perform at Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

CENTERVILLE – The Centerville High School jazz band will be in the national spotlight this Thanksgiving with a performance in Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. The group’s performance in the parade was originally announced in April 2019, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the performance has been postponed until this year. Amara …

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Tempe producer invites famous jazz saxophonist Bob Sheppard to Ravenscroft Hall on November 20

For more than four decades, jazz saxophonist Bob Sheppard has performed with an array of leading jazz giants, including Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and Dianne Reeves, and with renowned artists from other genres. He and his quintet appear on November 20 at Ravenscroft Hall in a concert produced by Woody …

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Mike Westbrook: “Jazz is freedom of expression”

One of the most experimental, provocative and playful figures in British jazz, composer and pianist Mike Westbrook, has finally encountered something that intimidates him: cataloging his own vast body of work. For over 60 years his output has varied voraciously between small group jazz and big band brass, poetry sets, …

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EFG London Jazz Festival 2021: twelve great shows to see

T he EFG London Jazz Festival is the capital’s largest pan-city music festival. This 29e The year features over 300 events in over 60 venues, from world-class acts in concert halls to rising stars in backstage bars. It’s a vibrant celebration of our capital’s cultural diversity and jazz‘s reputation as …

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The European Jazz ™ Apple season is off to a good start

The new season Jazz apples are expected to arrive in various European supermarkets this week, and T&G Global says the harvest is impressive, with rich color and a tangy, sweet taste. Frank Alluine, European Variety Development Director for T&G Global, said the company expects above-average quality apples and a record …

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Gay McIntyre: Sax legend when jazz was king

HOMAGES to Gay McIntyre records a man of enormous talent, considered one of the greatest jazz musicians Ireland has ever produced. Although he was 88 when he passed away this week, age hasn’t stopped him from playing the alto saxophone and clarinet. In fact, he said that even at 80, …

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U.S. Embassy – Live from the Cairo Jazz Festival

This year, the U.S. Embassy is supporting three American jazz groups at the Cairo Jazz Festival to connect American and Egyptian jazz artists and fans, alongside other international artists. The festival will also screen two American documentary films and discuss the history of jazz diplomacy. Highlighting the participation of the …

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The current European jazz season

NOTThe new-season Jazz apples are expected to arrive in various European supermarkets this week, with supplier T&G Global calling the harvest “impressive, with rich color and a refreshing tart-sweet taste.” Frank Alluine, European Variety Development Director for T&G Global, said the company expects above-average quality apples and a record harvest …

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What separates Utah Jazz from most opponents

The Utah Jazz’s 2-0 start highlighted their most notable advantages. Continuity and communication usually go hand in hand on the basketball court. This is the case today for the Utah Jazz. They fired their top seven goal scorers from last season, and all seven were also part of the 2019-20 …

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Jazz wants to continue to dominate the Kings

Utah Jazz goalie Jordan Clarkson (00) passes Oklahoma City Thunder goalie Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (2) and to the basket during the second quarter at Vivint Arena. Mandatory Credit: Chris Nicoll-USA TODAY Sports The Utah Jazz opened their campaign the way you would expect from a team that compiled the league’s best …

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New documentary tells the story of Montreal jazz master Oscar Peterson

Breadcrumb Links Music Movies Culture Celebrity “If you want to talk about the great jazz musicians of the world, you had better include Oscar Peterson,” says director Author of the article: Chris Chevalier Avrich still remembers Peterson’s generosity on stage. “Maybe the Canadian in him.” The opinions and recommendations are …

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Kit Downes set to descend on Cork this weekend

When the English pianist and composer Kit Downes was ten years old and a chorister at Norwich Cathedral, he was encouraged to start playing the church pipe organ, one of the largest in the country. He learned the technique and a bit of organ repertoire for hymns and psalms, but …

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A Bulgari necklace with a touch of jazz age

The tassel has been used as a decoration at least since the time of the ancient Egyptians – a gold and silver one was found in Tutankhamun’s tomb – but for sophisticated jewelers, its heyday was the 1920s, when the hems went up to ‘at the knee as a waistline …

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Aesop Rock & Blockhead – “Jazz Hands”

Underground rap wordmaker Aesop Rock and veteran producer Blockhead have announced a new joint album titled Garbology. Although the two are longtime collaborators who have worked together numerous times since the late 90s, Garbology, which reunited while Aesop Rock was dealing with the loss of a close friend in January …

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New Haus Laboratories eyeshadow palette pays homage to jazz music

Although Lady Gaga rose to fame as a dance-pop diva, the 35-year-old is actually a classically trained musician. His continued collaboration with music legend Tony Bennett showcased his jazz sensibility and pure vocal talent, leaving fans guessing at every turn. Gaga did the same with her makeup brand, Haus Laboratories, …

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This Jazz-Kings business is centered around Buddy Hield

NBA Analysis Network The Utah Jazz had the best record in the NBA during the 2020-21 regular season, earning them the No.1 seed in the Western Conference. Unfortunately, they couldn’t make the most of it as they were knocked out early in the playoffs. Utah managed to beat the Memphis …

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Utah Jazz face San Antonio Spurs in season opener

And that’s how Jazz basketball is back! Having the first “normal” offseason since the start of the pandemic, it seems like forever since the Utah Jazz lost four straight games to the Los Angeles Clippers last June. Now, with Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley in full health after a much-needed …

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Costa Rican drummer presents his first jazz album

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Osvaldo Vargas Mora, musician and drummer of Tico, found the motivation and the space to produce his first contemporary jazz album. With its launch, the artist seeks to publicize his music and what it expresses. Over the next few months, Vargas will present …

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Panama City, Florida to host free Jazz by the Bay festival

PANAMA CITY – According to the Gulf Jazz Society, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on the entertainment industry over the past year and a half. Especially in the field of live musical performance. If you’re one of the many who missed out on sitting down and enjoying a …

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Utah Jazz signs deal with former Duke basketball great man

A 23-year-old Duke basketball product could find a home with the Utah Jazz. This week, Utah Jazz signed a preseason contract with former Duke basketball center and third-year professional Marques Bolden. Now Utah has reached the 20-player NBA limit for the current training camp in Las Vegas and the upcoming …

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Grammy-winning trumpeter to headline South Jersey Jazz Festival

The South Jersey Jazz Society’s annual OceanFirst Foundation Jazz @ thePoint festival this week features five performances over four days, anchored by a performance with Grammy-winning trumpeter Randy Brecker on Saturday, October 2. Brecker, who will play at 7:30 p.m. at the Gateway Playhouse, 738 Bay Ave., Somers Point. Tickets …

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Indian foreign policy jazz is parting ways

On two consecutive Fridays this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has met both the “dog” and the “hare” of international politics. Last Friday, Modi hosted a virtual summit with the eight members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) led by China and Russia. Last Friday, he joined the leaders of …

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Jazz @ CAM returns to the Cameron Art Museum

“If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know.” – Louis Armstrong But if you want to know what jazz is, you can find out when the Cameron Art Museum in partnership with Cape Fear Jazz Society returns for its 11th year of Jazz @ CAM. The Jazz …

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Jazz duo for a fundraising concert at the Northumberland Festival Hall

Ian Millar (saxophone) and Dominic Spencer (piano). The saxophonist and pianist duo come to Warkworth Memorial Hall for a fundraising concert. Ian and Dominic are unique in the British jazz community by hosting their “Jazz in the Village” events in rural and often remote communities. They have been performing together …

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Music and Stories of Drummer Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts: NPR

Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts and Jazz Night host Christian McBride Trevor Smith / Trevor Smith hide caption toggle legend Trevor Smith / Trevor Smith Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts and Jazz Night host Christian McBride Trevor Smith / Trevor Smith Over the past year, Jazz eveningThe Crate Digging series was an opportunity for …

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CAR REVIEW: Honda Jazz Crosstar is a little gem

There’s no question about the popularity of baby SUVs these days – so Honda’s attempt to woo small car buyers with the Jazz Crosstar makes perfect sense. The Crosstar is a raised version of the normal Jazz, with the addition of body cladding and roof rails for a more determined …

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“Jazz on the Steps” continues in Niagara Falls

Submitted Tue Sep 21, 2021 6:45 PM The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center continues its “Autumn Harvest” outdoor concert series with a performance on the lawn by award-winning jazz trio Custode & Parisi from 3 pm to 5 pm on Saturdays September 25 and October 2. place on the steps …

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30. Opening night of jazz versus. Favors, Thunder

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah Jazz opens their season on October 20, in just one month. As time goes by, we’re taking a look at 50 things to keep jazz fans excited about preparing for the 2021-22 NBA season. Arrival at number 30, preview of the opening night. …

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Art Blakey, Nina Simone, George Wein & More: Jazz Week

The Week in Jazz is your roundup of new and remarkable stories from the world of jazz. It’s a one-stop destination for the music news you need to know. Let’s take it from the top. Remarkable New Art Music Blakey & The Jazz Messengers on Blue Note: On November 2, …

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2021 Longford Jazz Festival is back with a joyous effect | Examiner

news, local news, The mellow sounds of saxophones and trombones filled the Longford Bowls Club for the official opening of the Longford Jazz Festival 2021 on Saturday. The event, in its eighth year, celebrates all things the beloved musical genre of jazz while bringing the community together. Prominent Tasmanian actor …

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Pioneer Valley Jazz Shares opens a new season

In 2012, Glenn Siegel was looking for a way to bring more jazz performances to the valley. A long-time producer of concerts in the area, such as the Magic Triangle Jazz Series at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Siegel envisioned a successful model that had been used for small …

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Live Jazz Returns to The Hawth in Crawley

Mike piggott “The first opportunity will be Sunday September 19 from 12 noon to 1:30 pm with a Jazz Sunday Session from Mike Piggott’s Hot Club Trio. With himself on violin, Nils Solberg on guitar and Pete Morgan on double bass, they bring their own entertaining combination of gypsy jazz, …

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Jimmy’s Jazz and Blues Club opens Thursday, September 30 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, featuring world-renowned jazz and blues performers in a newly restored state-of-the-art venue

Located in one of New England’s most picturesque harbor towns, this spectacularly restored, century-old, state-of-the-art concert hall is the perfect getaway to safely reconnect with the pleasures of life. You don’t have to travel far. Everything is fine here in Portsmouth, without compromising on quality. A stellar fall rangeJimmy’s Jazz …

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Alabama Women in Jazz Festival LIVE September 10-11

The two-day event features female jazz musicians in an outdoor concert. HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – The Alabama Women in Jazz Festival celebrates its eighth year with a two-day live event on September 10-11. The event was virtual in 2020 due to the COVID pandemic. The organizers are delighted to welcome people …

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Melissa Newman Quartet Launches Fall Jazz Series

WATERBURY – The Fall Jazz Series at the Palace Theater Poli Club opens September 17 with the Melissa Newman Quartet. Melissa Newman sings standards and prefers an intimate setting to her shows. The daughter of actors Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman, is most comfortable singing in your local restaurant without …

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Larkin Poe opens Saturday shows at Jazz Aspen Labor Day

With incendiary harsh blues guitar riffs, disarming vocal harmonies and pent-up pandemic energy for over a year, sister duo Larkin Poe could be the sleepy spectacle of Jazz Aspen Snowmass’ Labor Day experience, or any festival bill. The Nashville-based sisters, coming out of their Thursday slot in Bonnaroo, will open …

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Ranking of Rudy Gobert among the best centers in the NBA

In today’s NBA, the central position shares a similarity with Gene Wilder: People can’t stop seem to stop announcing it’s dead. Unlike the late great comedian, however, the NBA great man never died. Utah Jazz has one of the best in the Association with Rudy Gobert, but how does he …

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Brighten up your shelves with these unique bookends on Etsy

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Bookends are more than just random items to keep your free standing books from falling. They are also works of art, small sculptures, to keep your books company while keeping them upright. So …

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Marlins put infielders Jazz Chisholm and Garrett Cooper on IL

WASHINGTON Miami Marlins placed Jazz Chisholm Jr. and Garrett Cooper on 10-Day Injury List Monday after sustaining left arm injuries Sunday in Philadelphia. Chisholm injured his left shoulder during a diving catch attempt late in the first inning in the Marlins’ loss to the Philadelphia Phillies, and Cooper injured his …

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Part 1 – The Daily Chronicle of Utah

It’s been over three weeks since the 2020-21 season of the Utah Jazz storybook ended unceremoniously at the hands of the LA Clippers. Jazz fans are trying to rationalize how a 52-game winning team, leading the Western Conference, could fail so dramatically in the playoffs. So how did Jazz lead …

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Afrofest and Block Party Drive-in concerts scheduled for the Beaches International Jazz Festival this weekend – Beach Metro Community News

The Afrofest Showcase driving concerts are scheduled for this Saturday and Sunday at Guildwood GO Station as part of this month’s Beaches International Jazz Festival. The Beaches International Jazz Festival continues this weekend with drive-in Afrofest and Block Party concerts. It’s the 33 of the festivalrd year, and as it …

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Seattle jazz scene turns up the volume as clubs reopen

Seattle-based nonprofit Jazz within earshot has long supported the scene with an extensive annual music festival, monthly jazz magazine, educational programs and regional performance listings. During the pandemic, he broadcast live small performances socially distant from Town Hall and also distributed $ 73,000 to local musicians, through the Seattle Jazz …

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Columbus Jazz Group looks forward to live performances of 2021-22

During the coronavirus pandemic, the Jazz Arts Group helped the public stay in touch with their interior Duke Ellington, Count Basie or Dave Brubeck. Thanks to limited capacity concerts, a surprise visit from the great jazzman Wynton Marsalis, numerous Facebook livestreams and a solid virtual presence on its online performance …

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WTJU combining education with all that jazz | Local News

WTJU personalities Dave Rogers, left, and Rus Perry discuss programming for the University of Virginia-owned radio station. Perry’s two-year, 100-hour Jazz at 100 series is the basis for a new online jazz course developed at the station. COURTESY WTJU Some questions in jazz music, such as why Charles Mingus named …

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CPH Jazz Festival: Our favorites

EVENTS Jorge Rossy Trio (ES / DK)July 2, 2 p.m. GÃ¥rden og Gaden, Nørrebrogade 88, Cph N; free admBasel-based Jorge Rossy is internationally recognized for his genre-defining acting in Brad Mehldau’s trio. Multi-instrumentalist, he has devoted himself for several years to the vibraphone. He is joined by Martin Andersen on …

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Hip-hop star Common to headline San Jose Jazz Festival

Organizers have lined up an Oscar winner, a Grammy winner and an Emmy holder to perform at this year’s San Jose Jazz Summer Fest. And all of these titles apply to the same person: Common. The award-winning hip-hop artist will headline the big summer party in downtown San Jose on …

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Jazz has good options with 30th pick by draft expert

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah Jazz season is over and it’s time to put all the attention on the offseason, including the NBA Draft. With just four weeks before the project arrived, we sat down with Yahoo Sports’ Krysten at a glance who covers both the NBA and …

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NSU to Offer Jazz Studies and Commercial Music Program | New

Northeastern State University’s Music Department will launch its new Jazz and Commercial Music Studies program in the fall semester of 2021. The new study plan was created to update the existing Jazz Studies Diploma and provide a curriculum that prepares students for careers in the modern music industry. “Any university …

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Dwyane Wade fears for Donovan Mitchell’s future in Utah

Dwyane Wade just joined the Utah Jazz Ownership Group earlier this year. Is his main goal to satisfy Donovan Mitchell? Wade and Mitchell have apparently shared a close relationship, especially since “Flash” joined Ryan Smith’s Utah ownership group. However, despite Wade’s relatively nascent tenure in jazz and having Mitchell enter …

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