All About Rudy! Binge-Worthy Content—Early August Edition

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All About Rudy! Binge-Worthy Content—Early August Edition: All About Rudy! Binge-Worthy Content—Early August Edition
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  • All About Rudy Royston! Read our interview then read our review of Rudy's latest record PaNOptic. Rudy joins Bill Frisell on his new release Valentine. Need a pick-me-up? Watch Bill, Rudy and Thomas Morgan play What The World Needs Now Is Love outside a Brooklyn home in July.
  • New column alert! Read Baby Steps to Giant Steps, the first installment of Alan Bryson's new column, So You Don't Like Jazz.
  • Announcing our latest jazz super fan: Ms. Jazz & Cocktails herself, Claiborne Ray. And with sadness, we announce the recent passing of our very first super fan, Sal Capozucca.
  • 20 Seattle Jazz Musicians You Should Know: Ladies and Gentleman, meet #7, vocalist Johnaye Kendrick.
  • Album review volume is on the upswing and you can read them here. Recommended: Read our review of Maria Schneider's latest, Data Lords (ArtistShare).
  • Comments have returned to All About Jazz. Look for them at the bottom of every article and news item. Join or start a conversation. You can post as a member or as a guest.
  • Did you know we have nearly 116,000 musicians in our database? To find one, use our search or start here.
  • Our radio programs and podcasts provide countless hours of entertainment and discovery. Featured Today: A Broad Spectrum Music Is Forever—Farewell to Annie Ross.

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