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Josh Roseman

Trombonist/composer Josh Roseman was born and raised in the Boston metropolitan area. He has been living in New York City since 1990, where he has become a prominent new voice in the improvising musicians' community. In the mid-1980's the teenaged Roseman began playing throughout the Boston-area club circuit with several popular jazz, soul and reggae bands, doubling on trombone and bass. He attended Berklee while still in high school and later enrolled at the New England Conservatory of Music on scholarship, under the guidance of George Garzone, John Swallow and trombonist Gary Valente. In 1988 a chance recommendation began a long association with World Saxophone Quartet altoist/composer Oliver Lake

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Andrew D'Angelo & DNA Orchestra

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Free Willy; Egna of Waog; Big Butt; Felicia; Gay Disco; Marching Fuckers; I Love You; Norman; Meg Nem Sa.

Article: Album Review

Andrew D'Angelo: Andrew D'Angelo & DNA Orchestra

Read "Andrew D'Angelo & DNA Orchestra" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Dopo quasi un decennio di attività, la DNA Orchestra di Andrew D'Angelo debutta con questo vulcanico album (al momento reperibile solo su Bandcamp) che raccoglie alcuni brani scritti dal leader e presentati in passati concerti. Dopo le drammatiche notizie del 2008 sulla salute del sassofonista (due interventi chirurgici per un tumore al cervello ...

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Article: Profile

SFJAZZ: Decades After, Five Years In

Read "SFJAZZ: Decades After, Five Years In" reviewed by Arthur R George


Five years after the jny: San Francisco, California organization SFJAZZ created its own building, the SFJAZZ Center, it has proved a raving, even rampaging, success, unrelenting in programming, sales, education, and music production. Its number of concerts has doubled from 248 to more than 500. Its membership has increased by almost 200% to more than 14,000. ...

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Article: Live Review

Never Alone: Reflections on the 2018 Winter Jazzfest

Read "Never Alone: Reflections on the 2018 Winter Jazzfest" reviewed by Tyran Grillo


Ornette Coleman once said that sound has no parents. But that doesn't mean we can't be its children. On that point, jazz has always been something of a parental force, connecting progenies of representation across geographic and cultural borders. Its relationship to struggle has, however, at times been overshadowed by debate. On the one hand, jazz ...

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Article: Live Review

Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival 2017

Read "Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival 2017" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke


Saratoga Performing Arts Center Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival Saratoga Springs, NY June 24-25, 2017 Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival celebrated its 40th anniversary this year and it was done in fine fashion. Acts from the very first festival in 1978 (A George Wein creation) appeared, as well as young up-and-coming artists. The ...

Article: Album Review

Samo Salamon Bassless Trio: Little River

Read "Little River" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Trentasette anni, nato a Maribor (Slovenia), Samo Salamon è un prolifico chitarrista, compositore e leader, che dal 2003 a oggi ha realizzato 18 album alla guida di propri gruppi. Il valore dei partner che l'hanno affiancato in questi anni chiarisce bene la considerazione che ottiene tra i colleghi, anche se presso il pubblico e gli addetti ...

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Article: Interview

Dave Douglas: There's Wisdom Everywhere in the Universe

Read "Dave Douglas: There's Wisdom Everywhere in the Universe" reviewed by Dave Wayne


We're republishing this June 2013 in celebration of the 10 year anniversary of Dave Douglas's Greenleaf Music record label. When All About Jazz last spoke with trumpeter, multi-bandleader, teacher, composer, marathon runner, podcaster, and record label head honcho Dave Douglas in November, 2011, he was in the Ukraine on the last leg of a ...

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Article: Album Review

Jason Moran: All Rise: A Joyful Elegy for Fats Waller

Read "All Rise: A Joyful Elegy for Fats Waller" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Jason Moran is an artist who is not afraid to look back while constantly pressing forward. The 2010 MacArthur Fellow is a leading jazz pianist with moments of kinetic energy, agility, and sensitivity, the likes of his one-time teacher, the great Jaki Byard. Whether performing with varied ensembles and musicians, bringing new perspectives as the Artistic ...

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Article: Album Review

Andy Biskin's Ibid: Act Necessary

Read "Act Necessary" reviewed by Dave Wayne


A working jazz musician in New York City and environs since 1991, clarinetist, composer, and filmmaker Andy Biskin is a modern-day Renaissance Man. The Texas native was already a fixture in San Antonio's polka scene (yes, people, this is a thing) as a teenager, Biskin attended Yale where he double-majored in music and anthropology. Later, he ...


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