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ARTICLE: TALKIN' BLUES

Jimmy Herring: Talkin' Blues, Bluegrass and More

Read "Jimmy Herring: Talkin' Blues, Bluegrass and More" reviewed by Alan Bryson

The spark of bringing together unusual combinations, like a classically trained bluegrass fiddler, a Cameroonian bassist, and a high energy guitarist, could have resulted in a musical culture clash, but for Jimmy Herring the bet paid off. While he might be modest and deferential on a personal level, his latest album is bold and expansive. It ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Bruce Kaphan Quartet: Bruce Kaphan Quartet

Read "Bruce Kaphan Quartet" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The pedal steel guitar is so closely associated with American country and western music that its image can scarcely escape that infinite gravity of categorization. Even when it has wobbled its way into jazz, the instrument has always operated beneath the label of “Western Swing" or “Alternative Country." Several notable players have distinguished themselves in the ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

New Universe Music Festival: Day 1, November 20, 2010

Read "New Universe Music Festival: Day 1, November 20, 2010" reviewed by John Kelman

Day 1 | Day 2
The New Universe Music Festival
Raleigh, North Carolina
November 20-21, 2010

With so many jazz festivals taking place around the world--and new ones emerging each and every year--just as it's become increasingly challenging, in this world of DIY recordings, for artists to filter through and be heard, how ...