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The Washington Post
Emy Tseng at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club
Born in Taiwan and raised in the United States, Emy Tseng now sings Brazilian jazz.
'Bohemian' artists in United States history
In the latter half of the 19th century capitalism was disrupted, first in 1848 when the " Spring of Nations " swept Europe and later in 1871 when it truly browned its trousers during the Paris Commune , the precursor of all modern revolutions.
Four times the fun
When happens when an ex-beatnik meets an unapologetic hippie? John McEuen is hoping audiences will be excited to find out.
Wynton Marsalis fan club
Wynton Marsalis with JLCO in New York
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis present music of the Americas through the lens of four pioneering giants of jazz.
The Union Democrat
College to host 35th Vocal Jazz Fest
More than 400 jazz singers from 22 school groups are scheduled to attend. The weekend will include school performances, workshops, clinics and evening concerts with the festival guest artists.
Remembering Paul Hawkins, Pioneering D.C. Percussionist, Bandleader, and Dancer
Paul Hawkins , a D.C.-born percussionist, bandleader, and dancer who was for decades a mainstay of Washington's Latin jazz scene, died on Feb. 9 of congestive heart failure in Myrtle Beach, S.C. He was 79. A life-long D.C. resident, Hawkins was involved in the D.C. music scene from the 1950s - when he was winning dance contests at Turner's Arena - ... (more)
The Swellesley Report
Popular Kenny Barron jazz concert at Wellesley College at the waiting list stage
Kenny Barron, a jazz pianist who is in the American Jazz Hall of Fame and has played with greats like Dizzy Gillespie, performs Friday night at Wellesley College's Jewett Auditorium.
Trad jazz, with plenty of razzmatazz
IN a tribute to the great jazz classics, Tonya Koenderman can be seen in her latest one-woman show, When Jazz was King, which runs at the Rhumbelow Theatre from Friday until 9 March.
Wall Street Journal
Arc of Rediscovery
Seated at the piano before a performance at Manhattan's Jazz Standard earlier this month, Danilo PA©rez told his audience, "We invite you to join us for a rediscovery."
There are two ways of interpreting the suggestion that a band "sounds good on paper".
All About Jazz
CD/DOWNLOAD/ALBUM: Pianist Mike Longo Reconvenes His Trio with Bob...
Longo is also a master of the trio format, and he dedicates his new CD, Step On It , to explorations of jazz standards in the company of two favorite trio-mates, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Lewis Nash.