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Sheldon T. Nunn

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Discovering jazz as an art form and as a source of entertainment is a difficult proposition when trying to understand the varying styles attached to the genre. With over…
Smooth jazz is one of those musical styles that can often defy logic when it comes to accurately categorizing whether it fits into the realm of instrumental pop or can b…
Opening an obscure artist’s CD for the very first time is synonymous with receiving a letter in the mail, you can see who and where it came from, but the contents are not k…
The passionate embrace of music as a medium for conveying the intuitive creative spirit that comes from within is very often found in jazz. As a reviewer, one of my main…
Just because an artist is not featured in the mainstream media is not necessarily a true reflection of his/her talents. With more than 3,000 recordings made during the c…
Nowadays, with so much smooth jazz floating around, bop and bebop styles of jazz appear as a foreign language to some connoisseurs. What is just as novel are the number …
Contemporary jazz is a highly regarded eclectic style of music that contains essential elements of a variety of genres. Through the process of creative flow, they are in…
Musicians are definitely a breed apart, especially those individuals who pursue jazz as a profession and a way of life. Their world is a constant battle to stay afloat i…
Paul Brown is one of those rare individuals who has easily made the transition from that of a much sought after musical tactician to taking the reins as…
Saxophonist Ron Blake has pushed the envelope of creativity with a bold new release entitled Sonic Tonic for Mack Avenue Records
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