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Anthony Jefferson: A New Orleans Vocalist At Home In The Dominican Republic

Read "Anthony Jefferson: A New Orleans Vocalist At Home In The Dominican Republic" reviewed by Fernando Rodriguez


New Orleans native Anthony Jefferson began singing during childhood in an environment rich in blues, jazz, and R&B, later studying classical repertoire at the California Institute of the Arts and continuing at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Prior to forming his own band, Jefferson shared the stage with artists such as Mark Rapp, Willie Jones ...

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News: Recording

First Ever Career Defining Box Set for the Legendary Dean Martin

First Ever Career Defining Box Set for the Legendary Dean Martin

“Martin sang the way all men imagine they sound in the shower…He worked that deep, mellifluous voice of his with a casual grace that somehow carried a weight of romantic implication other crooners never quite achieved.” – The Los Angeles Times There is only one man who Playboy called “the coolest man who ever lived” and ...

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Levon Helm: 1940-2012

Levon Helm: 1940-2012

By C. Michael Bailey The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life. —William Faulkner It might be a hard sell to claim that Levon Helm was ...


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