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Article: Jazz Fiction

Interruptions On A Christmas Eve

Read "Interruptions On A Christmas Eve" reviewed by Arthur R George


The small restaurant and occasional music bistro was closed for Christmas Eve. Its owner Ernie DiVitale had darkened the room. There was light enough, from the Christmas tree in the corner and spilling in from a lamp over the prep area in the kitchen, to relax with his wife Veronica at a back table over cappuccini ...

Article: Live Review

Bologna Jazz Festival 2023

Read "Bologna Jazz Festival 2023" reviewed by Libero Farnè


Bologna Jazz Festival 2023 Bologna, Forlì, Ferrara, Modena Varie sedi 3--27.11.2023 Ron Carter, Bill Frisell, Steve Coleman, The Bad Plus, Bill Carrothers, Hiromi, Samara Joy, Joey Calderazzo, Greg Osby, David Kikoski, Mark Guiliana, James Brandon Lewis, Sullivan Fortner, Kassa Overall, Mononeon, Chris Potter, John Scofield, Eric Alexander, Vincent Herring... Bisogna ammettere ...

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Article: Rising Stars

Introducing Vocalist April Varner

Read "Introducing Vocalist April Varner" reviewed by Sanford Josephson


This article previously appeared in Jersey Jazz Magazine. The 1957 Verve album, Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Duke Ellington Song Book, contained 38 tracks, including some of the best-known tunes associated with Ellington such as “Solitude," “Satin Doll," and “I'm Beginning to See the Light." Contestants in this year's sixth annual Ella Fitzgerald Jazz Vocal ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

3x3: Piano Trios: May 2023

Read "3x3: Piano Trios: May 2023" reviewed by Geno Thackara


We're still wandering all over the place here; from abstract to groovy and back again, or sometimes some of both at once. Little North Wide Open Self Produced2023 This Scandinavian outfit figuratively wanders farther into the wilds every time around, it seems--their style doesn't have many traces of traditional ...

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Article: Album Review

Doug MacDonald: Serenade to Highland Park

Read "Serenade to Highland Park" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci


According to Kirk Silsbee, noted jazz writer and student of the LA jazz scene, Highland Park is “mainly Latino, though working-class art types live there and have their studios there. And it's at the foot of Mt Washington, a place for arty affluence." Well, if Highland Park is the new trendy place to be, ...

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News: Event

April 25 The Indie Collaborative's Earth Day Celebration At Carnegie Hall

April 25 The Indie Collaborative's Earth Day Celebration At Carnegie Hall

“Celebrating Earth in Song” at Carnegie Hall with The Indie Collaborative, April 25 Inspiring Cast of Musical Performers with a Story of Purpose Come and see more than 20 award-winning IC artists perform Celebrating Earth Day in Song, which features a unique blend of the musical genres (rock, classical, jazz, Americana, theatrical) at this legendary ...

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Article: Album Review

Donna Courtell: I Want a Doll

Read "I Want a Doll" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Some music is self-evident and some needs unpacking. Donna Courtell's holiday single “I Want A Doll" is music of this latter category. Courtell splits her professional time between singing and running her Courtell Talent Agency. Her creative arc recently intersected with that of bassist Greg Nathan and by extension, Nathan's father, Charles. There is a bit ...

Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jelly Roll Morton, Bruce Forman & Doug Beavers

Read "Jelly Roll Morton, Bruce Forman & Doug Beavers" reviewed by Joe Dimino


We begin the 714th Episode of Neon Jazz with veteran jazz artist Doug Beavers. We also present a track from John Coltrane off his LP Crescent that inspired Doug journey into jazz. We also take a listen to a number artists releasing new music in 2021 including Yaala Ballin, Steve Feifke, Jihee Heo and Perry Smith. ...

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Article: Under the Radar

A Different Drummer, Part 5: Terri Lyne Carrington

Read "A Different Drummer, Part 5: Terri Lyne Carrington" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


In her 2003 Carnegie Mellon University paper Experience West African Drumming: A Study of West African Dance-Drumming and Women Drummers, Leslie Marie Mullins explains that drumming was explicitly the territory of male musicians in West Africa. Mullins reveals that several myths were employed to keep women and drums far apart. Among them, Ghanaian women were thought ...


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