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ARTICLE: PROFILES

SFJAZZ: Decades After, Five Years In

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Five years after the jny: San Francisco, California organization SFJAZZ created its own building, the SFJAZZ Center, it has proved a raving, even rampaging, success, unrelenting in programming, sales, education, and music production. Its number of concerts has doubled from 248 to more than 500. Its membership has increased by almost 200% to more than 14,000. ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Rose Ellis: Like Songs Like Moons

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È un debutto internazionale quanto mai personale e significativo questo di Rose Ellis, nome d'arte per la giovane cantante olandese Roos Plaatsman, da qualche anno a New York.
Riuscire a distinguersi nell'affollato universo odierno delle jazz singers non è cosa facile ma la Ellis ci riesce, entrando in sintonia con la migliore tradizione vocale ...

NEWS: RADIO

Sweets Edison This Week On Riverwalk Jazz

This week Riverwalk Jazz presents Harry “Sweets" Edison in an encore presentation captured live at The Landing in San Antonio with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band. Edison died in 1999 at the age of 83. The program is distributed in the US by Public Radio International. You can also drop in on a continuous stream of shows ...

NEWS: RADIO

Sweets Edison On Riverwalk Jazz This Week

Sweets Edison On Riverwalk Jazz This Week

This week Riverwalk Jazz presents Harry “Sweets" Edison in an encore presentation captured live at The Landing in San Antonio with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band. Edison died in 1999 at the age of 83. The program is distributed in the US by Public Radio International, on Sirius/XM satellite radio and can be streamed on-demand from the ...

NEWS: RADIO

Swinging On The South Side: The Heartbeat Of Chicago Jazz This Week On Riverwalk Jazz

Swinging On The South Side: The Heartbeat Of Chicago Jazz This Week On Riverwalk Jazz

This week on Riverwalk Jazz, vocalists Topsy Chapman and Vernel Bagneris, trumpeter Duke Heitger and pianist Dick Hyman join The Jim Cullum Jazz Band—club-hopping on the South Side of Chicago from the “black and tans" of the ’20s to the grand ballrooms of the ’30s. The program is distributed in the US by Public Radio International, on ...

NEWS: RADIO

A Riverwalk Jazz Valentine This Week

A Riverwalk Jazz Valentine This Week

Valentine’s Day brings out our most sentimental feelings one moment and then inspires the goofiest humor the next. This week, Riverwalk Jazz explores both sides of the coin on our concert of love songs from the interwar years, interpreted by our stable of great performers sitting in with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band. The program is distributed ...

NEWS: RADIO

Swingin' On A V-Disc This Week On Riverwalk Jazz

Swingin' On A V-Disc This Week On Riverwalk Jazz

This week on Riverwalk Jazz it's the story of the V-Disc, a WWII morale-boosting recording initiative that created novel collaborations between jazz artists of the era. By September 1945, total production reached 4.5 million records. By the end of the program, it is estimated that more than 8 million V-Discs were distributed. The Jim Cullum Jazz ...

NEWS: RADIO

Jazz Daddies This Week on Riverwalk Jazz

Jazz Daddies This Week on Riverwalk Jazz

Like father, like son—or daughter for that matter. With a nod to Father's Day, this week Riverwalk Jazz lifts a toast to “Jazz Daddies," as jazz artists tell us what it means to follow in the footsteps of their musical fathers, and The Jim Cullum Jazz Band performs tunes written by jazz-musician fathers for their kids. The program is distributed ...

NEWS: INTERVIEW

Face of the Bass: The Atlas of Jazz

The great Milt Hinton often said that the bass is the “Atlas of jazz" because its role in the jazz band is to “carry the other instruments on its shoulders." "Bass" is often misspelled as “base" but the meaning is very similar in music, that of "foundation." In early jazz bands, bassists played the bass fiddle, the tuba, or the ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Loren Schoenberg: From Benny Goodman to The Savory Collection

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Saxophonist, band-leader and writer Loren Schoenberg, now Executive Director of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, spent an interesting childhood and teenager-hood growing up in New Jersey in the 1970s, meeting and befriending both Teddy Wilson and Hank Jones, and ultimately becoming employed by Wilson's famous '30s boss, Benny Goodman. Schoenberg was first an assistant to ...