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Joe Jackson at the Paramount Theater, Denver

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Joe Jackson Paramount Theater Denver October 8, 2015 Joe Jackson has led a double (or maybe triple) life for most of his lengthy career. He hit the scene in 1979 with his debut album Look Sharp! (A&M 1979) rolling into the U.S. from England as part of the “New Wave," a ...

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Icons Among Us Four Part Series Released for Educators and Institutions

Icons Among Us Four Part Series Released for Educators and Institutions

"ICONS AMONG US explores Jazz in a way that leaves the audience with a better understanding of its history and an appreciation of the contemporary complexity of the genre. The film expands upon the foundation set by Ken Burns' JAZZ to add nuance and insight into the music and culture of today."     ~Kevin Johnson, ...

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Donald Harrison, Jr. Quartet in Denver

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Donald Harrison, Jr. Quartet Dazzle Nightclub Denver, Colorado January 17, 2008 Genetics has a concept called “hybrid vigor," which means that you get much healthier and more vital offspring when the parents are not closely related. Basically, that's why you shouldn't marry your sister. Donald Harrison, Jr. is a ...


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