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Alla Boara: Le Tre Sorelle

Read "Le Tre Sorelle" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


Although critical consensus would have it that jazz is a unique art form with its roots placed squarely in America, the music has always been open to the influences of other music and cultures. Prime examples would have to include the early strains of French gypsy music that morphed with jazz thanks to the influence of Django Reinhardt in the '40s. Fast forward a few decades to find the widespread popularity of the Brazilian bossa nova via Stan Getz and ...

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Alla Boara: Le Tre Sorelle

Read "Le Tre Sorelle" reviewed by John Chacona


Sustaining a career as a full-time working musician, especially if you live far from major urban centers, requires that you speak several languages. With a resume that includes party band Hey Mavis to the acclaimed period-instrument Baroque orchestra Apollo's Fire, jny: Cleveland-based drummer Anthony Taddeo qualifies on musical terms. But he also picked up his father's native language during a three-month interval in Italy that would prove decisive in his musical development. The result is Le Tre Sorelle, ...

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Dan Bruce's Beta Collective: Time to Mind the Mystics

Read "Time to Mind the Mystics" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


A modern composer and guitarist, Dan Bruce spent a decade taking advantage of the Chicago jazz scene while working such rooms as The Green Mill and The Jazz Showcase. In addition to making his mark as a creative writer, he also spent time making music with such heavy hitters as Seamus Blake, Ali Jackson, and Dan Wall. Since 2017, Bruce has made his home in Northeast Ohio and has continued to turn heads with his original music and prowess as ...


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