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Sarah Morrow

Discovered by Ray Charles, trombonist Sarah Morrow is the first female instrumentalist to become a member of his orchestra. She toured with the legend from November 1995 through May 1997 and left the group to tour and perform with Foley (lead bassist for Miles Davis) and later with Dee Dee Bridgewater, David Murray, the Duke Ellington Orchestra, organist Rhoda Scott, funk legend Pee Wee Ellis, the American All-Stars in Paris, and the Tribute to Mingus band featuring Mingus alumni Ted Curson and Ricky Ford. With the release of her first album "Greenlight" in 1999, Sarah launched her solo career and has gone on to win critical acclaim as a prominent soloist, bandleader, and composer /arranger

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Article: Blues Deluxe

Summer 2020

Read "Summer 2020" reviewed by Doug Collette


Blues Deluxe is a regular column comprised of pithy takes on recent blues and roots-music releases of note. It spotlights titles in those genres that might otherwise go unnoticed under the cultural radar. Paul Kelly/Paul Grabowsky Please Leave Your Light On Cooking Vinyl 2020 Less the blues in ...

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News: Education

Jazz Academy Music Making Opportunities with Columbus Music Co-op, Sarah Morrow, Duke Robillard, Nia Allen

Jazz Academy Music Making Opportunities with Columbus Music Co-op, Sarah Morrow, Duke Robillard, Nia Allen

The Jazz Arts Group of Columbus (JAG) offers extraordinary music making opportunities at the Jazz Academy to engage all ages and interests including free workshops with the Columbus Music Co-op and clinics with international trombone star Sarah Morrow, Blues Music Award-winning guitarist Duke Robillard, and gospel singer Nia Allen. The Columbus Music Co-op continues its free ...

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Article: Live Review

2009 Paris Jazz Diary

Read "2009 Paris Jazz Diary" reviewed by Patricia Myers


Paris, France: Proof-positive that the jazz scene here is still thriving came via five encores for 91-year-old pianist Hank Jones during the Jazz a la Villette Festival, and the crowds of enthusiastic listeners that filled small jazz clubs night after night. During my annual stay in the City of Light, I planned outings to ...

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The American All-Stars In Paris

Label: O Plus
Released: 2006
Track listing: And The Angels Sing; All Star Boogie; Blue Monk; Worksong; You've Changed; Sweet and Lovely; Simone; Love for Sale; I got It Bad And That Ain't Good; Honeysuckle Blues.

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Article: Album Review

Sarah Morrow: The American All-Stars In Paris

Read "The American  All-Stars In Paris" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes


"The new album, said Sarah Morrow as she introduced “Simone at a recent concert at Iridium, “is a collection of American standards that connect with French listeners. She should know; the trombonist has been a resident of Paris for a number of years now. The album opens with a New Orleans-tinged rendition of ...

Album

American All-Stars in Paris

Label: O+ Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: And the Angels Sing; All Star Boogie; Blue Monk; Work Song; You've Changed; Sweet and Lovely; Simone; Love for Sale; I Got it Bad and That Ain't Good; Honeysuckle Rose.

Album

The American All Stars In Paris

Label: O+ Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: And The Angels Sing; All Star Boogie; Blue Monk; Worksong; You've Changed; Sweet And Lovely; Simone; Love For Sale; I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good; Honeysuckle Rose.

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Article: Album Review

Sarah Morrow: The American All Stars In Paris

Read "The American All Stars In Paris" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


It seems like a familiar story by now. A group of American ex-pat musicians in Paris is well regarded there, despite having little recognition on this side of the Atlantic. Trombonist Sarah Morrow is here joined by veteran saxman Hal Singer, organist Rhoda Scott, bassist Wayne Dockery (a former Jazz Messenger), and drummer John Betsch. Two ...


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