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Stacy Dillard

Stacy Dillard, raised in Muskegon Heights, Michigan, started playing the saxophone at a rather late age. In his hometown, there isn't much music happening, but only Robert Moore, Stacy's band instructor, and a host of close friends. Athletics was a big part of his life, leading to the late start on the instrument. Stacy attended college at Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio to study with Dr. William Denza, Jim Smith, Chris Berg, and Lenard Moses. Very quickly, Dillard acquired the necessary knowledge that would soon put his name out on the local scene. It was a run-in with Wynton Marsalis in Dayton, Ohio that would turn his attention to the New York Scene


Dust Settles

Label: Tippin' Records
Released: 2023


News: Music Industry

Acclaimed Canadian Jazz Drummer Samuel Bolduc Teams Up With Grammy Nominated American Saxophonist Stacy Dillard

Acclaimed Canadian Jazz Drummer Samuel Bolduc Teams Up With Grammy Nominated American Saxophonist Stacy Dillard

Grammy-nominated saxophonist Stacy Dillard is thrilled to announce a new collaboration with an acclaimed Canadian drummer, composer, and music director Samuel Bolduc. Discovered by Wynton Marsalis and acclaimed by The New York Times, Dillard, 46, who was nominated for the Grammy Award in 2023, is a perfect example of the fusing of tradition and innovation. A ...


The Grind - Sketches of Influence

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: The Grind, Oh Feline, I'm Glad You're Mine, A Children's Song, The Return of Shah, Living Without You, Nine Maple Syrup.


It's My Turn to Color Now

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: It’s My Turn to Color Now; Song for My Father; They Had to Part; Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head; Bebop Lives (Boplicity); Art Deco; Take Five; Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves); Watch What Happens; Summer; Estate; Bye Bye Blackbird; Ballad of the Paper Moon / It’s Only a Paper Moon.


Article: Book Excerpts

Ain’t But a Few of Us

Read "Ain’t But a Few of Us" reviewed by AAJ Staff

The following is an excerpt from the section “Magazine Freelancers" taken from Ain't But a Few of Us: Black Music Writers Tell Their Story edited by Willard Jenkins (Duke University Press, 2022). Magazine Freelancers by John Murph John Murph has successfully channeled his voracious appetite for modern music into a keenly social outlook that takes ...


Article: Book Excerpts

Ugly Beauty: Jazz in The 21st Century

Read "Ugly Beauty: Jazz in The 21st Century" reviewed by Philip Freeman

The following is an excerpt from Chapter 1, “JD Allen: Just Keep Going" from Philip Freeman's Ugly Beauty: Jazz in The 21st Century (ZerO Books, 2022). Queens, New York seems purposely designed to confuse travelers. It's January 2, 2020, a brisk but sunny day, and I'm to meet saxophonist JD Allen at Samurai ...


Song of the Day

Bebop Lives (Boplicity)

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2022
Duration: 06:18


America at War

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: March on Washington; Yellowcake; My Father in Nagasaki; The Vultures of Afghanistan; Requiem for an Unknown; Soldier; Gratitude; Honor Song; Day After Tomorrow; Stupid, Pointless, Heartless Drug Wars.


Anything Mose!

Label: ‎Jinsy Music
Released: 2021


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