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Gary Clark, Jr. and Jimmie Vaughan at the Iridium

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Gary Clark, Jr. and Jimmie Vaughan The Iridium New York, NY September 8, 2017 Speakeasy is a public television series that pairs Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famers, Grammy Award winners, Tony Award winners and iconic musicians with an interviewer of their choice. The show features conversations between the stars and ...

Jazz Is Phsh: He Never Spoke A Word

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Phish prefer not to be compared to the Grateful Dead in any respect, which is understandable up to a point, yet it's fair to say each band's respective legacy has its own momentum including twists and turns of evolution that inevitably result in parallels and intersections illuminating the process(es). So it is that Jazz ...


Saxaphone Legend Maceo Parker Releases Autobiography

Saxaphone Legend Maceo Parker Releases Autobiography

“Maceo, I want you to blow!” cried James Brown and the name of one the world’s greatest living saxophonists was written into musical history. Maceo Parker recounts his warm and astonishing story in his new autobiography 98% Funky Stuff: My Life in Music (Chicago Review Press, February 2013). Maceo has had an unequaled career playing for ...


Mike Montrey Band Releases Live Studio Album "Weaving The Basket"

A stifling, infectious infirmity is running rampant under pop culture's slate gray clouds. A society—and modern music industry—that pretends to nurture the creative spirit actually forces an ideal: that to produce products and sell the results is the only acceptable form of creative exchange. For its upcoming double album, Mike Montrey Band (The MMB) reach back ...


Guitarist John Scofield Presents Eric Krasno & Nigel Hall in Shades of Jazz at the Katonah Museum of Art

Guitarist John Scofield Presents Eric Krasno & Nigel Hall in Shades of Jazz at the Katonah Museum of Art

The Katonah Museum of Art invites you to enjoy an early summer evening of art and jazz with the second Shades of Jazz concert of the new season. As curator for the series, legendary guitarist John Scofield presents some of the brightest talents in jazz today and jams with them at the end of each performance ...


Bon Jovi Set for First Jazz Fest Appearance New Orleans

Bon Jovi Set for First Jazz Fest Appearance New Orleans

Bon Jovi has been added to the lineup of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this spring. The rock act will make its first appearance at the festival on May 2. Bon Jovi joins previously announced performers Aretha Franklin, Dave Matthews Band, Wilco, James Taylor, Wynton Marsalis, Kings Of Leon, ...


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