Sunday Aug 17
All About Jazz
Oz Noy: Twisted Blues Volume 2
In the intervening period Noy has hardly been idle, releasing a couple of instructional DVDs and touring regularly but his return to the recording studio with his blues bag is certainly welcome.
Charleston City Paper
George Porter Jr. revisits his funk archives for new-album inspiration
George Porter Jr. is always down for getting busy, as you'd expect from the bassist and founding member of The Funky Meters.
Home of the Groove
Funkify Your Life - Show #1 - Playlist
Air dates, Thursday, 8/7/2014, at 1:00 PM Central and Friday, 8/8/2014 at 9:00 PM, on KRVS 88.7 FM Lafayette, LA.
The Billings Outpost
Trombone Shorty reunites Meters
There's no telling how Trombone Shorty's latest album, "Say That to Say This," will be remembered in the future.
Bassist George Porter Jr. keeps New Orleans music alive with The Funky Meters
The seemingly casual funk instrumentals that The Meters recorded in New Orleans around 1970 have become touchstones of American music, but the records stand outside the mainstream of funk in a way that belies their importance.
Something Else! Reviews
Nicholas Payton - Numbers
Fully in command of his own musical career and doing whatever the hell he wants to do - witness the sounds and circumstances surrounding 2011's Bitches - Nicholas Payton is the reserved combatant, the champion of #BAM to replace the moniker of "jazz" while calling out hip-hop stars like Pharrell Williams for blurring of the lines between making ... (more)