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Drummer Frederick Kennedy is originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ken Thomson and Slow/Fast: Settle

Read "Settle" reviewed by Dave Wayne

There are ways to get to know people really well, really quickly. Many of these fall under the general category: “challenge them, somehow." For a certain time of my life this meant: “go camping with them." Really. If you go camping with a group of people, you will find out a lot about them in a ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Beat Kaestli at Zinc Bar (NYC) on April 23rd

Beat Kaestli at Zinc Bar (NYC) on April 23rd

After returning from a tour in Europe and Brazil, vocalist Beat Kaestli is happy to bring his unique blend of Jazz, R&B, European and Latin styles to Zinc Bar NYC on Monday, April 23rd @ 7:30PM. The show is featuring a stellar band with Ben Stivers - piano, Matt Wigton - bass and Fred Kennedy - ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Anna Webber: Third Floor People

Read "Third Floor People" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Those who stand up and give the finger to the status quo must be honored. New York saxophonist/flautist Anna Webber does exactly that, with a recording that brags not one, but two bass-less quartets. Third Floor People is a collection of 11 original compositions by Webber, employing two quartets--one from Montreal and one from New York ...


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