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Que Vola, when French Jazz meets Cuban rumba

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French trombonist Fidel Fourneyron launched his Que Vola project in 2017 while visiting Cuba and playing with local band Osain del Monte. Call it French Jazz meets Cuban rumba.... and the result is a real blow! They gave an energetic show in jny: Paris in February 2019 during the Sons d'Hiver Festival at Musée Branly Theater in celebration of their album release. Recently, Fidel Fourneyron was awarded most promising artist 2019 by the French Jazz Academy and it was well ...

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Bobby Watson at the Attucks Jazz Club

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From 1977 to 1981, Bobby Watson was a student at the “University of Blakey," otherwise known as the Jazz Messengers led by drummer Art Blakey. After “graduation," Watson went on to become an acclaimed alto saxophonist, sought out by instrumentalist and vocalists alike while he led his own band, Horizon. Now, in addition to a fulltime touring schedule, Watson is the director of jazz studies at the University of Missouri-Kansas City's Conservatory of Music and Dance. When Watson ...

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