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Times Square Ball Drop? Who Needs It? Cookin' at the Jazz Bakery on New Year's Eve.

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Kenny Burrell, James Moody, Benny Green, Clayton Cameron, Trevor Ware New Year's Eve Jazz CelebrationThe Jazz BakeryLos Angeles, California December 31, 2008 Kenny Burrell, James Moody, Benny Green, Clayton Cameron, and Trevor Ware sparked a jazz-infused fireworks display bringing in 2009. Thousands may have watched with festive flair in ...

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David Arnay and Nedra Wheeler at Parkway Grill, Pasadena

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David Arnay and Nedra WheelerFriday Night Jazz at Parkway GrillThe Parkway GrillPasadena, California August 15, 2008 Imagine this... An Olympic Marathon of the blues mixed with straight ahead jazz relays, all seasoned with a dash of ballads, swing, and contemporary compositions from the '60's and '70's and a standard turned into ...

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Scott Burns Quartet at Andy's Jazz Club, Chicago, June 25

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Scott Burns QuartetAndy'sChicago, IllinoisJune 25, 2008 It was a muggy summer night, but the streets were bustling with activity. I made my way into Andy's Jazz Club located in downtown Chicago at 11 E. Hubbard St., just west of Michigan Ave. The spacious venue was alive with a contagious energy. The ...

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A Jazz Explosion at the Musician's Union, Local 47, Los Angeles, CA

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Bruce Babad Quartet / Ramon Banda Quintet / Billy Valentine Quartet / Azar Lawrence QuartetLocal 47, Musicians' UnionLos Angeles, CAMay 4, 2008 The dues were paid, and honor and homage were made to the true art form in L.A. on this day. The event was “A Jazz Explosion," hosted ...

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Justo Almario Quartet: L. A. County Museum of Art Jazz Series, May 2, 2008

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Justo Almario Quartet Friday Night Jazz Series, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Los Angeles, California May 2, 2008 The weather was just right as a crowd of jazz enthusiasts gathered to experience the glorious and tireless musicianship of woodwind virtuoso Justo Almario and his ensemble May 2 at ...

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David Arnay: At the Parkway Grill, Pasadena, California, April 18th, 2008

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Mellow Out and Maybe Shout on a Friday Night A bumper to bumper car ride on a congested Los Angeles freeway ended in a welcoming atmosphere of musical satisfaction at Parkway Grill in Pasadena on Friday, April 18th, 2008. The dinner crowd waited patiently for seating in a designated area, adjacent to a cozy lounge softly ...

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Jazz at the "A" Frame, L.A. - Sunday Inspiration with the Nick Mancini Quartet

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Nick Mancini Quartet Jazz at the “A" Frame Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California January 20, 2008 Close your eyes, open your soul, and listen as your heart is lifted into another galaxy beyond your greatest jazz dreams. No, you're not in New York City, a metropolis known for jazz and ...


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