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Article: Catching Up With

Alex Han: Embracing The Spirit

Read "Alex Han: Embracing The Spirit" reviewed by Liz Goodwin


With a bold, invigorating, and adventurous sound, alto/soprano saxophonist and composer Alex Han is a sonic force on his debut CD, Spirit. The project was produced by none other than the 2009 Berklee College of Music graduate's longtime employer and friend, the incomparable Grammy-Award winning electric bassist/bass clarinetist/producer/composer Marcus Miller for Miller's own label, ...

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Article: Live Review

Marcus Miller at Yoshi's Oakland

Read "Marcus Miller at Yoshi's Oakland" reviewed by Walter Atkins


Marcus Miller Yoshi's Oakland Oakland CA June 5, 2015 Multi GRAMMY winner and UNESCO Artist for Peace Marcus Miller played five sold out shows with his band over the weekend at Yoshi's Oakland. The set featured songs from his new album Afrodeezia (Blue Note Records) that paid homage to the African ...

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Article: Interview

Kris Bowers: A Deeper Look into Heroes + Misfits

Read "Kris Bowers: A Deeper Look into Heroes + Misfits" reviewed by K. Shackelford


Kris Bowers is a pristine example of what the term prodigy embodies. In 2011, at the tender age of 22, he became the winner of the prestigious Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition. Bowers also received an astute musical education at Julliard School of Music in New York--receiving a Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Film ...

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Article: Live Review

Marcus Miller and Mustapha Baqbou at Essaouira Festival 2014

Read "Marcus Miller and Mustapha Baqbou at Essaouira Festival 2014" reviewed by Mehdi El Mouden


Marcus Miller and Mustapha Baqbou Place Moulay El Hassan Essaouira Festival Essaouira, Morocco June 14, 2014 On Saturday a rebirth was being prepared at Essaouira Festival. The most awaited artist of the festival, bassist/composer Marcus Miller was going to play with accomplished gnaoua vocalist and guembri player, Mustapha Baqbou. At ...

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Article: Profile

Marcus Miller: Renaissance Man

Read "Marcus Miller: Renaissance Man" reviewed by Pheralyn Dove


[Editor's Note: On Sunday, November 25, 2012, All About Jazz learned that Marcus Miller sustained non-life-threatening injuries during a bus crash on the A2 highway in central Switzerland. Unfortunately, the driver was killed in the accident. Online sources report that the bus was carrying 13 people, including two drivers and the 11 members Miller's band. The ...

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Article: Live Review

Istanbul Jazz Festival: Istanbul, Turkey, July 3-19, 2012

Read "Istanbul Jazz Festival: Istanbul, Turkey, July 3-19, 2012" reviewed by James Pearse


Istanbul Jazz FestivalIstanbul, TurkeyJuly 3-19, 2012Istanbul, the second largest city in the world, has become an important meeting point in countless ways.Founded in around 660 BC by King Byzas, captured by the Romans and later by Sultan Mehmed II to become the capital of the Ottoman Empire, Istanbul was, despite its ...

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News: Festival

Marcus Miller: Casablanca, Morocco, April 24, 2012

Marcus Miller: Casablanca, Morocco, April 24, 2012

By Mehdi El Mouden A number of great American jazzmen have visited Morocco to play in the numerous jazz festivals organized throughout the year, to name Archie Shepp,Randy Weston,Roy Hargroove,Peter Cincotti and many other American figures who made their stamp on Jazz History. This time was Marcus Miller's turn to tread Jazzablanca's stage on a memorable ...


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