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Dino Betti van der Noot al No’hma di Milano

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Spazio Teatro No'hma Milano 22.03.2017 Grande appuntamento (doppio, dato che il concerto è stato replicato la sera seguente) per il jazz milanese, anzi italiano tutto, vista la rarità con cui Dino Betti ha occasione di raccogliere attorno a sé i suoi uomini e proporci anche dal vivo la musica che esce dai ...

Bimhuis at 40: Older, Better, Business as Usual

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The Bimhuis is turning 40 and is still very much in its prime. Beginning October 1, jny: Amsterdam's venerable jazz club will celebrate this milestone with a variety of concerts, activities and special events. The Bimhuis opened in 1974 after a lengthy search for a suitable venue for improvising musicians. Over the next decades it would ...

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Newport Jazz Festival 2014

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Newport Jazz FestivalFort Adams State Park Newport, RI Friday, August 1, 2014 The saxophone reed squealed, as David Sanchez tastefully demonstrated mastery of jazz, but with dark clouds looming on the horizon, music wasn't the only thing on the minds of the patrons at the 60th Newport Jazz Festival presented ...

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Moers Festival 2014

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Moers Festival Moers , GermanyJune, 6-9, 2014 Moers is a small city of about 100,000 inhabitants at the periphery of the former mining and industrial Ruhrpott area in Germany, about 40 km from the Dutch border and near the cities of Duisburg and Düsseldorf. Moers Festival, a four-day annual event always ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cliff Hines: Wanderlust

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Colleague Dan Bilawsky's razor review of Wanderlust noted that: “Guitarist/vocalist/composer Cliff Hines is a product of this environment [New Orleans], but he's also a man of his own time. He mixes, merges and melds many a style into his musical cauldron but, most importantly, he captures the zeitgeist of 2013." ...

Someone's in the Kitchen With Genius

Read "Someone's in the Kitchen With Genius" reviewed by Jeff Fitzgerald, Genius

When I am holed up in the 'Dome living the life of a nearly complete recluse (I do occasionally venture out to earn a living, and to buy beer and groceries and then more beer), one of my favorite pastimes is cooking. I first began learning to cook at the age of five, almost forty years ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Ron Miles: Jazz Gentleman, Part 2

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Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3[Editor's Note: The second part of Florence Wetzel's extensive interview with Ron Miles covers the Colorado-based trumpeter's early performance years, and begins a chronological look at all of his solo releases, beginning with Distance for Safety (Prolific Records, 1987) and concluding with Heaven (Sterling Circle, 2002), his ...

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Louis Armstrong's Memories and Reflections This Week on Riverwalk Jazz

Louis Armstrong's Memories and Reflections This Week on Riverwalk Jazz

As befits a legend, Louis Armstrong had two birthdays. He always said with a smile that he was born on the 4th of July, 1900. His baptismal birth certificate gave another, less romantic date—August 4, 1901. Honoring “the man who taught the world to swing," this week we hear from people who knew and worked with ...


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