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StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: A Dave Weckl Sampler

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: A Dave Weckl Sampler

This week, StLJN salutes drummer and St. Charles native Dave Weckl, who celebrated his 61st birthday earlier this month on Friday, January 8. First gaining wide recognition in the mid-1980s as a sideman with Chick Corea, Weckl over the course of his career has become a very popular and oft-imitated drummer and bandleader, with fans all ...

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Video: Bill Evans in Barcelona

Video: Bill Evans in Barcelona

On November 28, 1979, two days after recording The Paris Concert live at Espace Pierre Cardin in Paris, Bill Evans was in jny: Barcelona with his final trio—bassist Marc Johnson and drummer Joe LaBarbera. There, the trio performed for about 45 minutes at RTVE studios in the Esplugues de Llobregat section of the city. Your eyes ...

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StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Six musicians to watch in 2021

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Six musicians to watch in 2021

As the new year begins, no one is sure exactly when live music will resume on a widespread, regular basis or when touring artists will be able to start traveling again. We can, however, still keep an eye and ear on some of the jazz artists who seem likely to be influential over the next 12 ...

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New Video: Bill Evans, 1975

New Video: Bill Evans, 1975

Two weeks ago, the following video went up at YouTube of Bill Evans and Eddie Gomez performing a 30-minute set in July 1975 at the Antibes/Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival on the French Riviera. As you'll hear, Evans and Gomez sounded fantastic—clear, spry, poetic and with a swinging snap. What's more, the set was Nardis-free! The songs were ...

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StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: The "lost" ensembles of Miles Davis

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: The "lost" ensembles of Miles Davis

This week, let's take a look at some history related to the most important jazz musician to come from the St. Louis area, Miles Davis. As a bandleader, Davis had many celebrated groups over the years, such as the “Birth of the Cool" nonet; the six-piece ensemble that recorded Kind of Blue; the first “great quartet" ...

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Alfred Sergel IV Releases Official Video For The Falling Out

Alfred Sergel IV Releases Official Video For The Falling Out

Alfred Sergel IV continues to explore new ways to fuse his love for jazz and pop music with “The Falling Out". The Official Video for The Falling Out is now available on YouTube. Drawing inspiration from artists like Beck, Tycho, Pat Metheny and Brad Mehldau, “The Falling Out” is an upbeat, energetic track that features Grammy ...

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Videos: Three Ellington Reeds

Videos: Three Ellington Reeds

Duke Ellington was a tonal impressionist. Each musician in his band had two functions—to be able to play and to have a special sound. Taken as a whole, his orchestral pieces were like canvases, with different hues layered on top of each other. Here are three of Ellington's top saxophonists on solo showcases, providing an opportunity ...

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Tony Succar & Pablo Gil Raices Jazz Orchestra Premiere Video Release 'Raices Jam' From Self-Titled Debut CD!

Tony Succar & Pablo Gil Raices Jazz Orchestra Premiere Video Release 'Raices Jam' From Self-Titled Debut CD!

Tony Succar, Pablo Gil and RJO continue their ascending path with the release of their latest single and video, “Raices Jam." Succar and Gil deliver a strong statement by making Raices Jam the first track of their debut album. Just listening to the beginning groove hints at Michael Jackson's “Shake your Body" to the ground riff. ...

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StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: "Rising Stars" in concert

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: "Rising Stars" in concert

With the touring portion of the music business remaining at a standstill, this week let's continue our look at some of the musicians recognized in the 2020 DownBeat Critics Poll, specifically some of the winners in the poll's “Rising Star" category. Also formerly known for a time as “Talent Deserving Wider Recognition," the “Rising Star" section ...

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Timeless And Influential Sounds Of Bossa Nova And Samba Celebrated With Summer Samba!

Timeless And Influential Sounds Of Bossa Nova And Samba Celebrated With Summer Samba!

As temperatures heat up and summer kicks into high gear, UMe and Verve invite you to kick back, relax and enjoy Summer Samba!, an audio and visual feast for the senses celebrating the timeless and influential sounds of samba and bossa nova. The month-long tribute will pair some of the biggest songs in this soothing and ...


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