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Radio & Podcasts

Doc Severinsen

Read "Doc Severinsen" reviewed by Joseph Vella


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Film Review

Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story

Read "Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


Doc Severinsen Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story A film by Kevin Bright & Jeff Consiglio Just Bright Productions2020 Never Too Late (Just Bright Productions, 2020) is a meticulously produced and emotion-grabbing documentary portrait of the musical career and life of trumpeter Doc Severinsen. While Duke Ellington may have said “Music is My Mistress," in the case of “Never Too Late" we discover—and superbly at that—that Severinsen's career is a “musical Mona ...

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Live Review

Doc Severinsen and the San Miguel 5: Phoenix, AZ, May 1, 2013

Read "Doc Severinsen and the San Miguel 5: Phoenix, AZ, May 1, 2013" reviewed by Patricia Myers


Doc Severinsen and the San Miguel 5Musical Instrument MuseumPhoenix, AZMay 1, 2013Octogenarian bandleader Doc Severinsen has somehow added new fire to his legendary power and vibrancy in a sizzling coalition that melds Latin gusto with jazz zest. The trumpeter, who will be 86 on July 7, 2013, delivered pyrotechnical proficiency and sustained ending-phrase notes as strongly as his younger horn players.The San Miguel 5 is Severinsen's second alliance with virtuoso Mexican guitarist Gil ...

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Album Review

Doc Severinsen: Swingin' the Blues

Read "Swingin' the Blues" reviewed by Dave Nathan


P>Over the last few years, Doc Severinsen has kept a big band together by playing concerts and touring. This successor to the Tonight Show Band, so important to the success of the Johnny Carson show, continues to feature fresh, imaginative arrangements and stellar musicians to perform them. Many members of the group not only played with Severinsen on the Tonight show, but have their roots in the big band, swing tradition like Conte Candoli, Bill Perkins and especially Snooky Young ...


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