Friday Aug 22
Rye and Battle Observer
Kitty set to bring a dash of glamour and noire to Rye
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Wed Aug 20, 2014
Music oozing rum, sunshine and a touch of class
Arturo Tappin didn't actually play Sonny Rollins' St Thomas on Friday. He didn't have to because the spirit of Rollins' Caribbean carnival - and indeed of Rollins' storytelling improvisational saxophone style - ran through this opening session of Tappin's first Fringe residency like rum through a Bajan punch.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
WNYC-AM New York
Staff Picks: The American Songbook Live
Trio Da Paz & Friends @ Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola - Tuesday night kicks off the Brazilian jazz group Trio Da Paz', annual two-week summer residency at Dizzy's.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
National Public Radio
Two Tenors Inspired By A Saxophone Colossus
Two new trio albums by tenor saxophonists who won the Thelonious Monk jazz competition share a conspicuous influence - vintage Sonny Rollins.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Buenos Aires Herald
All that jazz isn't all that great
Unlike a poorly received New Yorker piece purportedly written by jazz great Sonny Rollins, this is not satire.
All About Jazz
OPINION: Why Bashing Jazz is Profitable
Everyone wants in on the fun. Just over a week ago, the New Yorker created a fuss by fabricating quotes that trashed jazz and falsely attributed them to Sonny Rollins.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
The Village Voice
Sonny Rollins Fans Go Ballistic About New Yorker Article
The New Yorker 's Shouts and Murmurs column, which is satirical and runs every week in the magazine, is usually pretty funny.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Sonny Rollins responds to the controversial New Yorker satire
SAXOPHONE COLOSSUS: SONNY ROLLINS APPEARS JULY 5 AT SALLE WILFRID PELLETIER. I wasn't planning to respond immediately on this blog, mostly because I'm technically on vacation.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
All About Jazz
Music Industry: Sonny Rollins + the New Yorker
When executives at chemical plants fail to inspect their facilities, standards grow lax, things crack and toxic substances wind up leaking into rivers and polluting the water supply.