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Bucky Pizzarelli: Remembering Family Rhythms On The Roads Of New Jersey

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Guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, from 1926 to his passing at age 94 on April 1, lived his entire life in New Jersey, and had said that he couldn't imagine living anywhere else. Forget the turnpike jokes. Remember instead the nearness to jazz in New York, the closeness of family, shared driving in the New Jersey night, the ...

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The Fabulous Nicknames Of Jazz

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Nicknames. Used to be that every baseball player worth his ash bat earned a nickname. The Babe, Yogi Berra, The Kid, Three Finger. Football and basketball were no different. Boomer Esiason, Big Spain, Birdman, Air Jordan. While soccer in America seems to have escaped this mostly male preoccupation of renaming people, golf, that most courteous sport, ...

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Lenny White and RTF IV: Switzerland, France and Italy

Read "Lenny White and RTF IV: Switzerland, France and Italy" reviewed by Carl L. Hager

Intro | #2 | #3 | #4 [Editor's Note: Lenny White and his fellow jazz/rockers have already returned home to the States, and picked up an opening act, Dweezil Zappa and his crack outfit, Zappa Plays Zappa. After touring the East Coast and Midwest, they have been lighting up the Left Coast. Today's ...

Lenny White and RTF IV: Germany, Holland and France

Read "Lenny White and RTF IV:  Germany, Holland and France" reviewed by Carl L. Hager

Intro |#2 | #3 |#4 “The gigs in Germany were fantastic, great audiences. The band is starting to hit its stride. In Hamburg, about 1,000 real dedicated fans stood in the rain for the full performance. In Neckarsulm, we played at the Audi performance center inside an Audi car manufacturing plant, ...

Lenny White and RTF IV: Syracuse, NY and Canada

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Intro | #2 | #3 | #4 [Editor's note: After opening night in Northampton, Massachusetts, Lenny White and his Return To Forever band mates played at the M&T Jazz Festival in Syracuse, New York, then headed north to Canada for festival dates in Montreal and Ottawa. After filing this report, RTF ...

Lenny White and RTF IV: Northampton, Mass.

Read "Lenny White and RTF IV: Northampton, Mass." reviewed by Carl L. Hager

Intro | 2 | 3 | 4 [Editor's note: Lenny White and the other members of the legendary jazz/rock band Return To Forever began a world tour last February in Australia, and on Friday, June 24th resume in Northampton, Massachusetts. After that it's north to Canada for three dates, over to ...


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