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Jazz (Music Genre)

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Top Jazz (Music Genre) Articles

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  • Arturo Sandoval jazzes things up at the Alex

    Arturo Sandoval jazzes things up at the Alex
    Famed trumpeter Arturo Sandoval was back at Glendale’s Alex Theatre this past Saturday evening for “Save the Music 3,” the third in his series of fundraising concerts featuring himself and some talented friends. As always, the show&...
  • Florida travel calendar for May

    Florida travel calendar for May
    Check out festivals and events in May across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) May 1: Jazz Friday at Foosaner Museum...
  • The Short List: Trans Am, the Buzzcocks, Earl Sweatshirt, more

    The Short List: Trans Am, the Buzzcocks, Earl Sweatshirt, more
    WEDNESDAY: The Swedish Fist, the baritone ukulele-driven solo project of Kerra Holtgren, opens for Whiskey Shivers at Holy Frijoles. Malaika Aminata and DJ K-Meta host Our Nature open mic with Creators Infinite, Abu the Flutemaker, and Nag Champa....
  • Charles Lloyd, Carla Bley, George Coleman receive jazz honor

    The newly minted 2015 Jazz Masters — Carla Bley, George Coleman and Charles Lloyd — let their music do most of the talking as they accepted the nation's highest jazz honor from the National Endowment for the Arts. They all performed on...
  • Review: Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea: Two masters at play

    Review: Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea: Two masters at play
    Youth has little to do with dates on the calendar, as two septuagenarian pianists proved before a capacity audience Friday night in Orchestra Hall. Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea each long ago achieved exalted status in jazz (and beyond), yet they...
  • Rosie Flores: Happy to be a Working Girl

    Rosie Flores: Happy to be a Working Girl
    Singer-guitarist Rosie Flores gets around. She’s undertaken more than 20 European tours, rocked from Tokyo to Auckland and stormed through just about every honky tonk, dance hall and rock club in the United States. But Flores isn’t taking...
  • Out & About: Kick off your weekend with a brew, a bash or the ballet

    Out & About: Kick off your weekend with a brew, a bash or the ballet
    Wow, what a week we have coming up — from Annapolis Beer Week to croquet, Rockfish season opening day to Earth Day. There is so much going on it's hard to keep track. Annapolis Beer Week, which begins today, is exactly what the name says — a...
  • Music Box: Smoky, spicy Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage

    Music Box: Smoky, spicy Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage
    Two-time Grammy nominee Jane Monheit returns to Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis tonight for an evening of jumpin' jazz and smoky cabaret ballads along with plenty of spicy Brazilian and Latin rhythms to stretch and soothe away the stress of a long work...
  • Review: Menzie and Michael make 'Time' fly

    Review: Menzie and Michael make 'Time' fly
    They call their new show "It's About Time," and they mean it. Every song in the engaging concert Beckie Menzie and Tom Michael performed Saturday evening at Davenport's dealt intriguingly in some way with the passage of time. From the precious seconds...
  • Berks Jazz Fest celebrating 25 years of finding a winning formula

    Berks Jazz Fest celebrating 25 years of finding a winning formula
    When Berks Jazz Fest started in 1991, organizers believed they had a great plan: A respected headliner in trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, who by then had won eight Grammy awards, and a diverse lineup in 20 or so events over four days in the Reading area....
  • Vijay Iyer keeps redefining his art

    Vijay Iyer keeps redefining his art
    Pianist Vijay Iyer has been working with bassist Stephan Crump and drummer Marcus Gilmore for years, and it shows. Their music conveys an unmistakable sense of spontaneity and expressive freedom, even though it's quite carefully arranged. That was...