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Chicago Hero Award Winners Joanie Pallatto & Bradley Parker Sparrow In NYC on September 9, 2016

Chicago Hero Award Winners Joanie Pallatto & Bradley Parker Sparrow In NYC on September 9, 2016

Ralph Lampkin / Lampkin Music Group
Christopher Gines / Cafe Noctambulo Present
“THE SPOTLIGHT SERIES” featuring: Joanie Pallatto & Bradley Parker-Sparrow
A Musical Journey
Songs of Jazz and Musical Theater Café Noctambulo at Pangea
Friday, September 9, 2016 8:00 pm-10:00 pm Café Noctambulo at Pangea
178 2nd ...

NEWS: BOOK / MAGAZINE

Bebop, Swing, and Bella Musica: Jazz and the Italian American Experience

Bebop, Swing, and Bella Musica: Jazz and the Italian American Experience

A book by Bill Dal Cerro and David Anthony Witter. Frank Sinatra, Louis Prima, Louie Bellson, Lennie Tristano, Tony Bennett, Buddy DeFranco, Flip Phillips, and Joe Lovano: These are just some of the hundreds of musicians of Italian descent whose talents have enriched jazz. Bebop, Swing, and Bella Musica is more than just a book about jazz. From ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Joanie Pallatto at Chicago Cultural Center on April 15th at 12:15pm

Joanie Pallatto at Chicago Cultural Center on April 15th at 12:15pm

Joanie Pallatto - “It's Not Easy"
Tuesday, April 15, 2008 12:15pm
Admission is Free
Chicago Cultural Center, Randolph Cafe
Jazz, Blues & Beyond LunchBreak Series
78 E. Washington St., Chicago, IL 60602
312-744-6630

“Joanie Pallatto has a voice ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Joanie Pallatto & King Fleming: The King and I

Read "The King and I" reviewed by Dave Nathan

King Fleming's first recorded session was held in December of 1945 where he appeared as a sideman playing pianist for Wynonie “Blues" Harris with Johnny Alston & his All Stars. But even prior to that, Fleming is reputed to have had his own band as early as 1939! Shades of Benny Carter. He made some albums ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Joanie Pallatto: Words and Music

Read "Words and Music" reviewed by Jack Bowers

“Give my new disc a spin,” said Joanie Pallatto (via e–mail). “I think you’ll like it” (or words to that effect). Yeah, sure, I thought; another undiscovered phenom. Okay, so she was right; I liked it. A shade below phenomenal, perhaps, but I’ve heard a large number of female singers over the past few years including ...