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NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Willie Oteri Announces New Music Project And Show Dates

Willie Oteri Announces New Music Project And Show Dates

Willie Oteri and Christopher David Boulet to terrorize parts of Northern Italy. The new Beyond Jazz collective named IKM will feature Willie Oteri on guitar and live loops, Christopher David Boulet on vocal manipulations and spoken word teamed with various third members including laptop beatjockey Max Del Genio who will be present for upcoming Italian shows. Willie Oteri has become a complicated figure in ...

NEWS: EVENT

12 Hour Non-stop Improvisation Will Raise Money For Austin Non-profit

12 Hour Non-stop Improvisation Will Raise Money For Austin Non-profit

JAMGASM 2 - Super Session, breaking the music marathon improvisation record for Austin and Texas! An event to raise needed funds for the non-profit Diverse Arts Culture Works. Carousel Lounge 1110 East 52nd Street, Austin, Texas March 1st – noon to midnight. Featruing: Willie Oteri, Chris Maresh, Brannen Temple, Ephraim Owens, Joshua Thomson, Bruce Saunders, Dave Laczko, James Fenner, members of Brazilian Space Program, WD-41, Lost ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Enjoy Jazz Festival 2013

Read "Enjoy Jazz Festival 2013" reviewed by Adriana Carcu

Enjoy Jazz Festival
Heidelberg/Mannheim/Ludwigshafen, Germany
October 2-November 18, 2013

Enjoy Jazz is an event that can be attended in its entirety only by the lucky residents of the metropolitan area located in the Rhine-Neckar Triangle--and that for the simple reason that it runs for seven weeks. The good news is that ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Gecko Turner: Gone Down South

Read "Gone Down South" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Gecko Turner is a globe-trotting Spanish musician and singer with a particular sweet spot for all the different aspects of American R&B and soul. While composing, arranging, and performing (on guitar, keyboards, percussion and more), Turner demonstrates a light and natural touch for mixing different soul and R&B styles--mostly from the US, but some from Latin ...

Mama Africa

Read "Mama Africa" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

If you wanted to travel to--oh, let's just say--Tanzania and then from Tanzania to India, then to Puerto Rico, to England, then Spain, to Peru, then to South Africa, to personally experience their musical varieties both garden and exotic, you could do it by cashing in, with rounding, about 28,690 frequent flier miles.

Or ...