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2 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Miles Davis had two great great bands. The first with Coltrane and Cannonball. The second featured Wayne Shorter on Tenor Sax.
6 hrs ago | Zap2it.com
Sadly, star Charlie Hunnam couldn't attend due to his being on the east coast for a Vogue magazine photo shoot, but he was still represented.
10 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
Edward D. Turner Jr. had a joie de vivre that was irrepressible: He loved dancing, jazz, and a good party.
15 hrs ago | Paradise Post
Newport Jazz Festival founder George Wein is more interested in where jazz is going than in where it's been as he marks the 60th anniversary of the granddaddy of all outdoor jazz festivals.
15 hrs ago | KHOU-TV Houston
Newport Jazz Festival founder George Wein is more interested in where jazz is going than in where it's been as he marks the 60th anniversary of the first outdoor jazz festival.
While most audience members of the Tacoma Jazz and Blues Festival preferred to sip their beer on the sidelines, Karen Noyes, 60, was dancing to the beat.
Opera star Kathleen Battle and jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis unite to go baroque.
The MCC Jazz Ensemble, directed by Ron Pflug, plays some Ragtime music Thursday night at the Live @ The Park concert at the Dahms-Talton Band Shell.
The 1977 duet of "Little Drummer Boy / Peace on Earth" between Bing Crosby and David Bowie, a radio standard every Christmas, almost didn't happen.
I STARTED swimmingly with my new eating plan drawn up by my personal trainer Matt Collins from Fifth Dimension Health Club.
The second day of New Orleans Daiquiri Festival features music by Yugen, Micah McKee and Little Maker, the Honorable South, Cardinal Sons, and Tank and the Bangas.
Karen and Johnny Jones from Kentwood walked into the Amtrak station with a box of treasures for famed New Orleans musician Pete Fountain.
"I like to recognize the tune," lyricist Lorenz Hart wrote, roughly 75 years ago, for the show tune of the same name.
The Classic Wineseller's 2014 Summer Jazz Series concludes at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 26, with a lavish four-course dinner and live jazz for $39.99 per person.
Growing up as a New Orleans musician in the '40s and '50s, Mac Rebennack had a street-level view of the legend of Louis Armstrong.
The free Saturday evening concerts were launched earlier this month featuring from Fuel.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 08:27 pm
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