Rock Music Artists
Minions Dominion (All About Jazz)
Delfeayo Marsalis, one of the less famous members of the most famous family in jazz today, has made his name mostly behind the scenes as a Grammy-winning producer of more than 75 albums for, among others, older brothers Wynton and Branford, Harry Connick, Jr.,
Marsalis Jazz Festival Performance Hits (Skanner)
The Branford Marsalis Quartet, if not the absolutely finest jazz foursome working today, is certainly the most adept at bringing fire and ice together in one giant treat for an audience.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007 (The Meridian Star)
Services for Cedric D. Clark will be held Friday at noon at First Union Baptist Church with the Revs. William C. Brown, William Harper and Melvin Hendricks officiating. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Clark?s Memorial Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Branford Marsalis: When he loses his cool, it's hot (Contra Costa Times)
At one point during his sensational opening night concert at Yoshi's on Monday, Branford Marsalis took his performance to that rarefied level that mere jazz mortals can only dream of reaching.
Marsalis lets go in a dazzling solo, superb quartet (San Jose Mercury News)
At one point during his sensational opening-night concert at Yoshi's at Jack London Square, Branford Marsalis took his performance to that rarefied level that jazz mortals can only dream of reaching.
Anderson: Merits of Pitt's football slate open to debate (Pittsburgh Post-Gaz...
The reviews have been in for a couple of weeks, and the consensus seems to be that the 2007 Pitt football schedule -- particularly the home portion -- is about as appealing as a trip to Siberia in winter.
Branford Marsalis Quartet (Bayinsider)
One of the most influential jazz players of his generation, Grammy award-winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis has made a career out of ably exploring a number of different musical avenues ranging from swinging straight-ahead sounds to classical to pop and hip-hop.
Marsalis quartet breathes virtuosity (Anchorage Daily News)
The Branford Marsalis Quartet dazzled an exuberant, sold-out crowd Saturday night in Atwood Concert Hall.
THIS WEEK (San Francisco Chronicle)
S MUSIC WAYNE WALLACE AND RHYTHM 'N RHYME Trombonist-composer-arranger Wayne Wallace has been the backbone of the Bay Area Latin jazz scene for decades -- usually behind the scenes -- and he's worked with international heavies Pete...
Cook: Recruiting edge nice; wins nicer (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
I don't care that running back Shady McCoy nearly went to Southern California to become the next Reggie Bush.
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