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CD reviews for October 5, 2006: "New Horizons," Ryan Haines Big Band; "The Ve...
Published Oct 05, 2006 - 14:39:44 CDT. This column?s releases were a pleasure to hear and critique.
Harlem Speaks Welcomes Basie Big Band Leader Bill Hughes Feb. 22nd 6:30PM-8:3...
Trombonist Bill Hughes, or ?Mr. B? as he's affectionately called by the younger members, joined the Count Basie Orchestra in September, 1953 on a recommendation by the legendary saxophonist/flautist Frank Wess. Hughes will be the guest of Harlem Speaks on February 22, 2007.
January 2007 glimpses (USA Today)
Here is a closer look at many of the U.S. military personnel killed in January because of the conflict in Iraq.
Young musician to play at Grammy awards (Newsday)
Until this year, Eric Miller never bothered to watch the Grammy Awards.
Harlem Speaks Honors Renowned Producer George Avakian Producer Feb. 8th at 6:...
On February 8, 2007, Harlem Speaks welcomes legendary producer George Avakian. George Avakian was born in 1919 in Armavir, Russia, to Armenian parents.
Why da Bears will spank the Colts come Sunday (Miami New Times)
The bookies in Vegas have made the Indianapolis Colts favorites by a touchdown in Super Bowl XLI, which, as we all know, will be played at our very own Dolphin Stadium. This betting line is of considerable interest to most Americans, because most Americans are degenerate gamblers and the Super Bowl ...
Some Notes on Jazz Writing and Scholarship (All About Jazz)
The dawning of the New Year is a good time to reflect on what it is that we do.
Biography (All About Jazz)
Scott Whitfield (trombonist, composer, arranger, and vocalist) is rapidly gaining international recognition for his work with contemporary big bands, including the Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra and the new edition of Johnny Griffin's Big Soul Band, as well as his own Scott Whitfield Jazz Orchestra, and the Manhattan Vocal Project.
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