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LIVE: Regina Carter @ The Egg, 3/29/14
If you're lucky, you learn something new every day. For instance, during a break in Regina Carter's appearance at The Egg's Swyer Theatre , I learned that Carter's exploration of her family heritage had included getting her DNA tested.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Heritage and Heart: Regina Carter and Mavis Staples at Symphony Center, 4/18
Regina Carter emerged first, flanked by an accompaniment of accordion, guitar, an upright bass, and drums.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Today's Best Bets
Known primarily as a jazz violinist, Regina Carter crosses over into other musical genres.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Reader's Agenda Fri 4/18: The Kid, Todd Barry, and Regina Carter
The Silent Film Society of Chicago, as dedicated as ever to its mission, presents a screening of Charlie Chaplin's The Kid , with accompaniment by the 40-piece Greensboro Symphony Youth Orchestra.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
The Georgia Straight
Regina Carter digs at the deep roots of her family tree
Regina Carter's DNA in her music-and for once we're not talking in metaphorical terms.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Inside Bay Area
Regina Carter brings her 'Southern Comfort' tour to Bay Area
The Great Migration that saw some 6 million African-Americans leave the rural South for urban destinations in the North and West wasn't always a one-way journey.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Dr. John highlights American Heritage series
The Southern undercurrent of the upcoming Mondavi season is manifested in the American Heritage series with the appearance by New Orleans artist Dr. John; also a concert by violinist Regina Carter.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Regina Carter's 'Southern Comfort' quintet to perform at Zipper Concert Hall
Regina Carter is among the foremost jazz violinists of her generation being celebrated for her virtuosity today.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Jazz violinist Regina Carter's musical coal mine
African-American jazz violinist Regina Carter remembers taking baths in a tin pail on the front porch of her grandmother's home in Alabama, where she spent several childhood summers.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Helen Sung keys in on her music
It's been three years since Texas-born, New York-based pianist Helen Sung last performed in San Diego - she returns for a free concert early Thursday afternoon at Palomar College - and her artistic growth has been impressive.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
East Bay Express
If one were to view the history of American music as a collection of rivers, there would be many points where tributaries cross.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Albany Times Union
Carter brings Hank
For her second song of her Saturday evening concert at The Egg, jazz violinist Regina Carter and her crack band uncorked a seriously bluesy, funked-up rendition of the old Hank Williams country roadhouse classic, "Honky Tonkin'," and you can bet your boots that Hank never done it that way.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
3/29/14: Today's Tips: Saturday
THEATER : "Who's Hungry?" @ MCLA's North Adams Puppet Lab , North Adams. It's thought-provoking, experimental puppetry based on the oral histories of homeless and hungry individuals, directed by puppeteer extraordinaire Dan Hurlin .