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Hammond organist Larry Goldings, guitarist Peter Bernstein, and drummer Bill Stewart lay it on the line at a Village Vanguard gig, November 13, 2013.
Santa Monica Cultural Affairs presents the 9th annual Jazz on the Lawn summer concert series.
Jazz Funeral music filled the air at 3101 St. Charles Avenue, where Mary Sherman, MD was found murdered in a grizzly scene.
All About Jazz is celebrating Sonny Clark's birthday today! Conrad Yeatis A'Sonny" Clark was an American jazz pianist who mainly worked in the hard bop idiom.
Arthur D. Little, the global management consultancy linking strategy, technology and innovation to transform business, announces that its Board of Directors has been re-elected by its General Assembly of Shareholders during the Annual General Meeting held in Belgium.
The 32nd Annual Norfolk Waterfront Jazz Festival was held Friday, Saturday and today in Town Point Park along the Elizabeth River.
Music Matters Jazz is going 33. As all high-end vinylphiles know, MMJ is the LA-based company that's been reissuing classic Blue Note albums cut at 45 rpm, spread out over two slabs of 180 gram virgin vinyl, encased in a gatefold cover that meticulously reproduces the original's artwork on the outside and gorgeously reprints session photos of the ... (more)
Bouncy, jazzy tunes filled the Christ Cathedral Church downtown during a New Orleans-style mass Sunday, organized as part of the 23rd Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz.
All Rhythm on the River shows are free; take place in Bicentennial Park, 233 Civic Center Dr.; and start at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
A quick Google search will get you enough information on 3D printers to fill up your weekend.
Shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the unpredictable Shaw quit the music business once again, this time to enlist in the U.S. Navy.
Residents strolled through the smoldering rubble of their neighborhoods, some wearing surgical masks to protect their lungs from the smoke and ash lingering in the air of the riverside community they call... Pushed by howling, erratic winds, a massive wildfire in north-central Washington was growing rapidly and burning in new directions Saturday.
Ferbos stayed active long after reaching his century and last performed in public in March, CBS affiliate WWL-TV reported.
Ferbos performed all over New Orleans and its suburbs for decades. His ability to read music made him an in-demand musician for gigs that took him to parks, schools, churches, dance halls and even prisons.
Trumpeter and singer Hugh Masekela, from Witbank, South Africa, was given a trumpet aged 14 by the American jazz legend Louis Armstrong and is still going strong at 75. He spent much of his life in exile during which time he released over 40 albums and was featured on countless more.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:39 am
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