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53 min ago | Myrtle Beach Online
If you're a jazz traditionalist, it's easy to forget that pianist Ramsey Lewis went electric for a brief period in the 1970s.
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1 hr ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
Ellington was 'a riddle without an answer, an unknowable man who hid behind a high wall of ornate utterances and flowery compliments,' biographer Terry Teachout writes.
5 hrs ago | Journal-Pioneer
Lindsay Gillis of Charlottetown performs at the 2011 Lobster Carnival Talent Showcase on July 15 at Credit Union Place.
6 hrs ago | MLive.com
"Southern Comfort" is an American liqueur, though when the Detroit-born musician mentions it, she's referring to her latest recording, which is neither classical music nor jazz.
9 hrs ago | Hilobrow
First urbane jazz and blues, then eclectic pop: after a decade-and-a-half a musical star of increasing magnitude, NAT KING COLE , faced the year 1956 eager for new challenges.
Day Ten of the 2007 Festival International de Jazz de Montreal replayed the refrain of diversity, ranging from mainstream to fusion, from established artists to stars-in-the-making.
University President Scott Cowen made the announcement in an email message to university staff Friday.
Grammy Award-winning jazz artist Danilo Perez will perform at the Zappa Club branches in Tel Aviv, Herzliya and Jerusalem on March 20-22.
Taking its name from the classic 1958 Clarke Terry record of the same name, The Orbit Jazz Club arrives as a champion of South African jazz and its heritage, just as Kippies and Bassline did before its time.
If Delaware had a soundtrack, perhaps it would be some combination of local music mavens' favorite tunes.
Jean Webster's novel "Daddy-Long-Legs" is more than a century old, and it's been adapted into films at least five times.
Top-selling jazz trumpeter Chris Botti will play The Music Hall in Portsmouth at 4 p.m. Sunday.
See six high school jazz bands play their hearts out Sunday, March 16, for a chance to open for Cherry Poppin' Daddies May 22 during ArtsQuest's RiverJazz Festival.
Jazz enthusiasts will be hotfooting it to the Conservative Club in Grantham next week to see a set by Jeanie Barton and the Bohop Trio.
Saxophone player Rudresh Mahanthappa, on his record, "Samdhi," merges electronica, Carnatic music, funk and jazz grooves.
The spring reliably brings a fresh crop of music, and a new live release from saxophone colossus Sonny Rollins and from the ongoing "Miles Davis Bootleg Series" drawn from his epic run of Fillmore dates in 1970 are just a few albums worth investigating.