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Gerald Clayton Trio @ Village Vanguard

Blizzard be damned!  Tonight, I’ll be at the Village Vanguard to help put together WBGO‘s live broadcast of the Gerald Clayton Trio — featuring Joe Sanders on bass and Justin Brown on drums — at 9 pm .  If you’re … Continue reading

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The Jazz Community is Bigger Than You Think

Reiterating Patrick Jarenwattananon’s thoughts on the diversity and vitality of the jazz community Continue reading

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Slowly Taking Over the Internet

As mentioned previously, I have been asked to join in with Patrick Jarenwattananon at NPR’s A Blog Supreme (and some other fine young jazz aficionados) to suggest five new jazz albums to check out.  The choices are geared toward new … Continue reading

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Is Jazz Finally Over Ken Burns?

Is the jazz discourse climbing out from under the monolithic influence of Ken Burns’s “Jazz”? Continue reading

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Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet @ Jazz Gallery

Review of Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet at the Jazz Gallery on September 12, 2009 Continue reading

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Live Jazz — From the Sidelines

Experiencing a jazz show as a member of the audience — not as a trombonist — is a new challenge. Continue reading

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A Word That Makes Me Cringe

My rant against the word “jazzer” Continue reading

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The Future Is Now!

Something cool is happening tonight, and you can check it out! Continue reading

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Patience, friends

Lazy blogger takes a break. Continue reading

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