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Posts tagged ‘Jazz Online’

15
Mar

Q&A: Kenny Garrett

I had the pleasure of working with saxophonist Kenny Garrett during the early years of Jazz Online which included interviewing him several times as well as producing two exciting live video sessions with his quartet at Oakland’s famed jazz club and Japanese restaurant Yoshi’s. Read moreRead more

7
Dec

Exhibition Spotlight: The Art of Miles Davis

Miles Davis, considered by many to be the world’s greatest jazz musician, will have his last remaining 100 original drawings and oil paintings showcased at Gallery 27 in Cork Street Mayfair from Tuesday 7th December 2010 to Saturday 11th December. Read moreRead more

25
Oct

Oregon and the Magic of Witchi-Tai-To

The band Oregon recorded the song “Witchi-Tai-To” nearly 40 years ago and it has become a mainstay with the band’s live shows while also serving as an anthem for the prolific group. Read moreRead more

19
Oct

My Midlife Jazz Crisis – Stage 1: The Acknowledgement

Well, it has happened.  I was recently ranting to a good friend about how today’s jazz scene is just not the same as it was when I was young and first launched Jazz Online.  After my long and emotional diatribe on the sorry state of the music and industry, my friend bluntly retorted, “I hate to be the one to tell you this, but I think you have just entered the first stage of geezerhood.” Read moreRead more