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Chuck Anderson Joins Mike's Master Classes
Chuck Anderson has reached an agreement with Mike's Master Classes to produce and market jazz guitar master classes on digital video. The first topic deals with Navigation for the Guitar, an in depth study of the fingering principles critical for Jazz Guitarists. Chuck is currently writing a ...
(Published: February 27, 2009) [read more]

Jerry Costanzo CD release @"Smalls" Jazz Club. Tuesday February 24th. Two sets 7:30 & 9:00
Hey Friends & Fans Jerry Costanzo with Andy Farber & The Swing Mavens - CD Release Party for My new CD "Destination Moon" - Jerry Costanzo- vocals - Andy Farber- tenor sax - Dave Glasser- alto sax - Dan Block- baritone - Brian Pareschi- trumpet - Wayne Goodman- Trombone -Isaac Ben ...
(Published: February 23, 2009) [read more]

TRX DRK/BRT Hi-Hats Offer A Fuller Frequency Range and Aggressive Sound.
New DRK/BRT Hi-Hats from TRX Cymbals feature sonically-matched DRK bottom and BRT top hi-hat cymbals to produce bright, penetrating closed hi-hat sounds with fuller, more explosive open and half-open sounds. The pairs are available in 13, 14 and 15˝ models and recommended for a variety of ...
(Published: February 22, 2009) [read more]

Many improvising musicians who are fans of a variety of sports, including hockey and basketball, have identified parallels and synergies between athletic pursuit and contemporary creative music, such as the discourse of rules, set formations and plays, along with an improvisational or "thinking on ...
(Published: February 06, 2009) [read more]

"Effervescent small group jazz, executed with wit and soul." The New York Times "A real sonic vibrancy." Dusted.com " Broken Arm Trio....is stunning - both in what it does and how well they do it." The Village Voice "Incredible musicianship and vast improvisational vocabulary." All ...
(Published: February 05, 2009) [read more]

Diane Moser's Composers Big Band "In The Spirit of Mingus"
Diane Moser's Composers Big Band is honored to be part of the music series "Mingus Music America" produced by the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, Feb 11th, 8PM, 55 W 13th St, 5th Floor,NYC, $10 admission. This concert will explore music by Charles Mingus, and music inspired by ...
(Published: February 05, 2009) [read more]

"Remembering Clifford Jordan" Radio Interview
Thursday February 19th 6:45 PM WKCR 89.9 FM Sharif Abdus Salaam Show Interview for Concert on Sunday February 22nd "Remembering Clifford Jordan" Live at the BassLine in Mount Vernon, N.Y. Guest will be: Sandy Jordan (Clifford's wife) along with Patience Higgins and Grant ...
(Published: February 04, 2009) [read more]

Two New CDs from Mark Levine
Grammy Nominee Mark Levine has a new trio CD out, his first in over ten years. "Exact Change," with Peter Barshay and Mike Clark, will be available later in February at Jazzcorner. Mark's band The Latin Tinge, will release their first CD since their Grammy-nominated "Isla" in 2003. "Off ...
(Published: February 03, 2009) [read more]

"Remembering Clifford Jordan"
Patience Higgins & Grant Stewart Tenor Saxophones Carlton Holmes: Piano Kenny Davis: Bass Dion Parson: Drums The BassLine Cafe 130 East 1st Street Mount Vernon, N.Y. 10550 Admission- $20.00 per person with a one drink minimum For More Information Call- 917-882-9539 ...
(Published: February 03, 2009) [read more]

Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola February 2009 Lineup
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola February 2009 Lineup WHAT/WHO: Monday, February 2 - Special Presentation CD Release Party - "Decade" Doxy/Emarcy Records Clifton Anderson Quintet Featuring Clifton Anderson (trombone), Eric Wyatt (tenor saxophone), Russel Blake (bass), Stephen Scott (piano), ...
(Published: January 28, 2009) [read more]

Chuck Anderson - New Projects!
Guitarist/Composer Chuck Anderson is set to release the remastered version of "The Vintage Tracks" CD in mid February. The DVD "The Chuck Anderson Trio - Live! "featuring performances from the Media Jazz by Night Festival will also be released toward the end of ...
(Published: January 27, 2009) [read more]

Sher Music Co. releases "The Real Easy Ear Training Book" by Berklee Prof. Roberta Radley
"The 'Real Easy' Ear Training Book: A Beginning/Intermediate Guide to Hearing the Chord Changes" by Roberta Radley, Co-Chair of Ear Training Dept., Berklee College of Music (ISBN - 1-883217-61-X) - All great musicians have one thing in common---to a large extent, they know what the ...
(Published: January 20, 2009) [read more]

Sher Music releases "The Jazz Singer's Guidebook" by David Berkman
"The Jazz Singer's Guidebook: A Course in Jazz Harmony and Scat Singing for the Serious Vocalist" by David Berkman. (ISBN - 1-883217-62-8) - Finally - a clear, step-by-step approach for serious singers who want to improve their grasp of jazz harmony and gain control of the music they are ...
(Published: January 20, 2009) [read more]

The Dream of the Ants @ Issue Project Room, 2/5
Hello- Please join us on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009, for the a performance by The Dream of the Ants, a new chamber ensemble led by guitarist Terrence McManus. We will performing a new multi-sectional, through-composed work entitled, The Machine. The piece is divided into seven overlapping sections, ...
(Published: January 15, 2009) [read more]

Monterey Jazz Festival Announces New Staff Changes
Monterey Jazz Festival Announces New Staff Changes Longtime Production Manager David Murray To Assume Artist Liaison Role Bill Wagner Named As Production Manager For Festival January 12, 2009; Monterey, CA; The Monterey Jazz Festival has announced that David Murray, the Festival's ...
(Published: January 12, 2009) [read more]

The Jamie Baum Septet Celebrates 10th Anniversary at Joe's Pub, NYC
The Jamie Baum Septet celebrates their 10th anniversary with a concert at Joe's Pub at the Public Theater. On the heels of the successful release of their second CD, Solace, on Sunnyside Records which has made several "Best CDs of 2008" lists, they will perform at 7pm on Saturday, January 24th. ...
(Published: January 09, 2009) [read more]

Happy 70th Birthday, Blue Note Records
Today Blue Note Records celebrates its 70th birthday. The label was born on January 6, 1939 when a young jazz fan named Alfred Lion recorded two of his favorite boogie-woogie pianists at a New York studio. That first session (Albert Ammons and Meade Lux Lewis - The First Day) proved to be the start ...
(Published: January 06, 2009) [read more]

Trombonist Clifton Anderson Appears with His Quintet at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, Mon. Feb. 2
Trombonist Clifton Anderson will bring a stellar quintet to Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola on Monday, February 2 to showcase his new CD "Decade." The CD, which is being released January 27th, is Anderson's first for Doxy/Emarcy Records, and the Dizzy's engagement is his first as a bandleader ...
(Published: January 05, 2009) [read more]

Jazz Vocalist Hope Deans Infuses Soul, Heart and Music into the World of Jazz with the CD Release
ATLANTA, GA, January 2, 2009 -- Atlanta jazz vocalist Hope Deans has released a new CD, entitled "PRESENCE," that contains works by a number of the great composers including, Burt Bacharach, David Hall, Adolphe Adam, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. Hope Deans performs each song with exquisite ...
(Published: January 03, 2009) [read more]

New Jazz it Up! Episode Features Roy Hargrove, Gloria Lynne, Vintage Sonny Rollins, and "Jazz For Obama" coverage
New York, NY - The second episode of season 2 of Jazz it Up! is now available! To subscribe and see a five-minute preview of the new episode: http://www.jazzituptv.com. Each episode of Jazz it Up! features two main artists; each performs two songs. This edition features ensembles led by ...
(Published: December 19, 2008) [read more]

Looking To The Light, New Release for the New Year
Indigo Dream Music releases a new single, Looking To The Light, an original song by Sylvia Winsby. Glowing jazz harmonies warm up the winter holiday season in this duo recording featuring Murray Low, Grammy nominated pianist, with Sylvia's heartfelt vocal. Their sound feels like a private ...
(Published: December 19, 2008) [read more]

Mark Rapp to Appear on Travel Channel Documentary
"Newport Jazz" Travel Channel's high definition documentary featuring the 2008 JVC Newport Jazz Festival and the destination of Newport, RI is to premiere on the Travel Channel on Friday, December 19, 2008. Mark Rapp is a part of this amazing documentary. Please check www.travelchannel.com as ...
(Published: December 18, 2008) [read more]

Oberlin to Premiere Jazz Opera by Harvey Pekar and Dan Plonsey on Jan. 31, 2009
OBERLIN, OHIO (December 10, 2008) —The iconic underground comic book author Harvey Pekar will make his operatic debut at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Leave Me Alone!, an autobiographical jazz opera. A collaboration by two Cleveland natives, the opera combines a libretto by Pekar with ...
(Published: December 12, 2008) [read more]

Experimental guitarist Terrence McManus premieres two projects in NYC.
Experimental guitarist Terrence McManus will present two very special concerts in the New York City area over the next three weeks. The concerts are premieres of two new ensembles, The Dream of the Ants and Transcendental Numbers, and both will perform sets of newly composed music. On Tuesday, ...
(Published: December 12, 2008) [read more]

Berklee Alumni and Faculty Nominated for 29 Grammy Awards
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences nominated 22 Berklee alumni and one faculty member for a total of 29 Grammy Awards. The nominees were recognized for their outstanding contributions across the spectrum of fields, including pop, rock, rap, alternative, jazz, Latin, country, polka, ...
(Published: December 11, 2008) [read more]

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