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Article: Radio

Fats Waller Opens; Miles Davis and Peggy Lee Share a Birthday

Read "Fats Waller Opens; Miles Davis and Peggy Lee Share a Birthday" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast includes new releases from bassist Nicki Parrott, pianist Anat Fort and vocalists Judy Wexler, Georgia Mancio, Paul Jost and Tierney Sutton, with birthday shout outs to Fats Waller at the top of the show, Peggy Lee, Jackie Cain and Miles Davis in the second hour, plus Sheryl Bailey, Cynthia Sayer and Denise Donatelli, among ...

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Article: Album Review

Matt Parker Trio: Present Time

Read "Present Time" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Following the well-deserved critical praise for his sextet debut, Worlds Put Together (BYNK Records, 2013), saxophonist/composer Matt Parker returns with a core trio and guests on Present Time. Former classmates from NYC's New School, bassist Alan Hampton and drummer Reggie Quinerly, join Parker on seven original compositions. One standard dating back to 1930 (and Louis Armstrong's ...

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News: Performance / Tour

The Palladium Theatre Presents Live From New York: Jazz Vocalists Michelle Walker, Whitney James And Emily Braden

The Palladium Theatre Presents Live From New York: Jazz Vocalists Michelle Walker, Whitney James And Emily Braden

The Palladium Theatre Saturday, March 14th at 8pm The Palladium at St. Petersburg College 253 5th Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL 33701 Three adventurous new voices in jazz come together for one night in the spirit of collaboration of standards, re-imagined pop tunes and original music. Vocalists Whitney James, Emily ...


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