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Ryan Porter: Coming to you Live from Paris

Read "Ryan Porter: Coming to you Live from Paris" reviewed by Aaron Paschal

Los Angeles trombonist, Ryan Porter is set to release his first West Coast Get Down live album entitled Live in Paris at New Morning. In this interview, Porter talks about his experience performing on his first European tour, recording the live album, his relationship with Roy Hargrove and the importance of Social Ambassadors. New ...

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Stu Mindeman and trio explore a Chick Corea classic at the Chicago Jazz Festival

Read "Stu Mindeman and trio explore a Chick Corea classic at the Chicago Jazz Festival" reviewed by Corey Hall

When reflecting on his 1968 recording Now He Sings, Now He Sobs, Chick Corea shared the following with jazz journalist Don Heckman: “The title...comes from I Ching, an ancient Chinese book that I was into in the '60s when I was studying different philosophies and religions. It's also known as the Book of Changes. ...

ARTICLE: PREVIEWS

Indaba Music Women's Music Summit

Read "Indaba Music Women's Music Summit" reviewed by Teri Harllee King

In Texas you'll often hear someone who's being asked why they've been out of touch for a long time respond with an old saying. The conversation is this: “Where've you been?" “Oh, to Hell and back."Well, since my last column, my husband (guitarist Jackie King) and I have suffered the loss ...

ARTICLE: PREVIEWS

Larry Carlton Revisits Sounds of Philadelphia

Read "Larry Carlton Revisits Sounds of Philadelphia" reviewed by John Patten

Soulful sounds may have started in Motown or Memphis, but for many, it's the sounds of Philadelphia that captured their hearts. That's certainly the case for Larry Carlton, who released a collection of the biggest hits penned by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff on his 335 Records label, in February, 2011. Many of ...

ARTICLE: PREVIEWS

The Allman Brothers Band: Beacon Preview 2009, Forty Years and Counting

Read "The Allman Brothers Band: Beacon Preview 2009, Forty Years and Counting" reviewed by Doug Collette

The Allman Brothers Band's 2009 run at New York City's Beacon Theatre carries more than its usual amount of hot-blooded anticipation. This year is the band's 40th anniversary, impressive enough in itself for any band, perhaps doubly so for one with the cataclysmic history of this group, with its well- documented accounts of personal tragedy and ...

ARTICLE: PREVIEWS

Newport Beach Jazz Party Coming Valentine's/ President's Weekend

Read "Newport Beach Jazz Party Coming Valentine's/ President's Weekend" reviewed by Larry Taylor

This year's Newport Beach Jazz Party should be more festive than ever as it celebrates both Valentine's Day and President's Day weekend, February 14 to 17, at the Marriott Hotel Newport Beach in Orange County, California. Promoted by Joe Rothman and John McClure, this annual party, along with one on Labor Day, are among ...

ARTICLE: PREVIEWS

MJF Announces 50th Anniversary Band Tour

Read "MJF  Announces 50th Anniversary Band Tour" reviewed by Larry Taylor

To celebrate the golden anniversary of the Monterey Jazz Festival, the event's 50th Anniversary Band begins a nationwide tour this month on the West Coast with appearances in Southern California at the Irvine Barclay Theatre, January 17, and UCLA's Royce Hall, January 18. Building on the unprecedented legacy of fifty years of historic jazz ...


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