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Article: Live Review

King Crimson at Paramount Theatre

Read "King Crimson at Paramount Theatre" reviewed by Geoff Anderson


King Crimson Paramount Theatre Denver, CO September 8, 2019 Every band should have three drummers. No, wait, every band needs three drummers. King Crimson proved that Sunday night with, not just three drummers, but three drummers right up front. Well, maybe two and half drummers; drummer Jeremy Stacey spent ...

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Article: Jazz Bastard

March 2018: Louis Armstrong, Bunny Berrigan, and Henry “Red” Allen.

Read "March 2018:  Louis Armstrong, Bunny Berrigan, and Henry “Red” Allen." reviewed by Patrick Burnette


Episode 135 takes a thorough and loving look at Louis Armstrong's 1930's recordings for the Decca company. After a couple years nursing a blown lip and searching for new musical contexts, Louis hooked up with manager Joe Glaser and soon had a contract with Decca records, which featured him on a kaleidoscope of recordings, from remakes ...

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Article: Album Review

Rick Braun: can you feel it

Read "can you feel it" reviewed by Walter Atkins


Celebrated trumpeter Rick Braun's release can you feel it is aptly titled. The veteran purveyor of the smooth jazz sound does not disappoint on his latest offering. Some of Braun's musical friends on this eleven song collection include: Brian Culbertson-piano, Euge Goove-tenor sax, Jeff Lorber-keyboards and guitar, Dave Koz-tenor sax, and Nate Phillips-bass.

News: Award / Grant

Broadcast Music, Inc. to Name John Lydon as BMI Icon at 2013 BMI London Awards

Broadcast Music, Inc.(R)(BMI(R)), the global leader in music rights management, will present the BMI Icon Award to music legend John Lydon at its annual BMI London Awards. The gala will be held on Tuesday, October 15, at London's Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane. The BMI Icon designation is given to songwriters who have had “a unique and ...

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News: Recording

Singer/songwriter Christopher Brant Anderson returns with stunningly beautiful new album

Few artists capture the folksy warmth and rain-swept beauty of the Pacific Northwest as eloquently as singer/songwriter Christopher Brant Anderson. Anderson's supple acoustic guitars speak a language all of their own. Whether they're striving for campfire intimacy or bristling with a melancholic ache, they live and breathe and cast an indelible spell. On his latest album ...


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