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Maybe when you are Brazil's most revered percussionist (Vasconcelos has played with Jan Garbarek and Pat Metheny among others) you feel obliged to stretch the bashing-and-tapping-things envelope. For there doesn't appear to be any musical reason for
November 6, 2013 Kari Ikonen Trio Bright Ozella Music 2013 The 40-year-old Finnish keyboardist Kari Ikonen first heard by this reviewer in a live context in his native homeland with another, much more open and unconventional trio Slo Motivelets his
Milton Nascimento Published: 2013-10-26 All About Jazz is celebrating Milton Nascimento's birthday today! Multitalented Milton Nascimento is frequently acclaimed as Brazil\'s greatest musician. As a singer/songwriter, he weaves a startling blend of
The Bill McBirnie Trio featuring Bernie Senensky and Anthony Michelli Find Your Place Bill McBirnie 's new album, Find Your Place , departs in a significant way from his previously acclaimed acoustic jazz projects ("Mercy" with Robi Botos; Paco Paco"
Social Network Created Jazz CD Release Published: 2013-09-25 Oakland, CA: Jazz Social is a unique CD recording project created entirely online via a social networking site. Initiated by guitarist Dave Wright and facilitated by the social networking
This is the umpteenth time in the past couple of years that the group has performed at Dizzy'seach occasion a sellout. It is difficult to recall the last time such repeat bookings of one group occurred in a New York jazz club. What is perhaps most
Chris Jones In 1955, a 27-year-old singer appeared at the Chicago Theatre. Although she was becoming known for her singing on a TV show from New York, known informally as "Tonight," the pretty vocalist was by no means top of this Loop variety bill.
Suggested Topics Eydie Gorme, a pop singer who, along with her husband Steve Lawrence, became a top American nightclub and television act, later finding success on her own with hits like "Blame it on the Bossa Nova," died on Saturday at the age of 84.
Eydie Gorme, a popular nightclub and television singer as a solo act and as a team with her husband, Steve Lawrence, has died...Gorme, who also had a huge solo hit in 1963 with "Blame it on the Bossa Nova," died Saturday at Sunrise Hospital in Las
She was 84. "Legendary singer and performer Eydie Gorme passed away peacefully today at Sunrise Hospital following a brief illness," Bragman said in a statement. "She was surrounded by her husband, son and other loved ones at the time of her death."