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Tab Benoit at the Center for Humanities and Arts

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Tab Benoit Center for Humanities and Arts -Pulaski Technical College North Little Rock, Arkansas February 7, 2020 The twin cities, Little Rock and North Little Rock, Arkansas have a secret. It is a perfect, medium-audience venue for music, theater, and assorted other presentations. The Center for Humanities and Arts at Pulaski ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Raquel Cepeda: Passion: Latin Jazz

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Raquel Cepeda, prominent member of the Houston Jazz Mafia, drops her second recording, Passion: Latin Jazz, as a follow up to her exceptional debut, I'm Confessin' (Peonia Music, 2013). Her artistic growth over the last six years has been one of an increased gravity and a centering of her repertoire. She brings a completely new band ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Susan Elliott: This Strange Season

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There are artists like Louise Van Aarsen who, with her 2012 Destiny (Self Produced), champion “grownup music," that is, music with traditional adult themes presented in a mainstream fashion. Add Susan Elliott to this group with her This Strange Season. Elliott is a member of the Houston Jazz Mafia, in spite of her decidedly non-jazz recording. ...

ARTICLE: BOOK REVIEWS

Rip it Up: The Specialty Records Story by Billy Vera

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Rip it Up: The Specialty Records Story Billy Vera RPM Series 177 Pages ISBN: # 978-1947026360 BMG Books 2019 The best music writing makes the reader go listen to music. It is just that simple. Volume 4 of BMG's RPM Series: Rip It Up—The Specialty Records Story is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Michelle Lordi: Break Up With the Sound

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Vocalist Michelle Lordi's house burned down at the end of 2017. That is a bracing life event from which one may find oneself at a brutally curious fork in the road. Lordi's Break Up With the Sound makes it seem that she blazed through Kubler Ross's five stages of loss and got to work on something ...

ARTICLE: BAILEY'S BUNDLES

Five Artists: Notable and Nearly Missed

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Every year there is music that always gets away. Here are five notable releases that were nearly missed. Uwe Grodd / Gould Piano Trio Beethoven Grand Symphonies * 1, Arr. Hummel for Flute, Violin, Cello and Piano, Symphonies Nos. 1 and 3 'Eroica' Naxos Classical 2019 Piano transcriptions ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Alberto Pibiri & Miriam Waks: So Many Stars

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PIanist Alberto Pibiri and vocalist Miriam Waks' recording So Many Stars is a lesson in intimacy. They are an international couple, with Pibiri coming from Italy and Waks from the other side of the world, Australia. The two, married, make New York City their home. They obviously enjoy one another and performing together. They bring an ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Svetlana: Night at the Movies

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Russian-American singer-composer Svetlana (she has a last name, Schmulyian, but prefers the monomoniker) is onto something. Her debut recording, Night at the Speakeasy (OA2 Records, 2016) with her self-appointed Delancey Five, was a structured affair which concentrated on the music of the “Jazz Age" (save for the Beach Boys' “God Only Knows") performed in a Jazz ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

C. Michael Bailey's Best Releases of 2019

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The number of critics writing for All About Jazz is such that there is little content overlap from one scrib to the next. This provides the reader a rich and compelling collection of opinion from which to derive guidance regarding a broad variety of music. Also contributing to All About Jazz as a resource are the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Martina DaSilva: A Very Chimytina Christmas

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Holiday music is its own discrete industry. Each October and November sees an uptick in releases devoted to the Christmas Season. The repertoire is well established with a core of compositions derived from the Middle Ages to the present day, including both religious and folk and popular music. While the holiday songbook is predictable, it also ...


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