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Gerry Hemingway at LOCATION ONE

October 20, 2001

Fall/Winter Music Series, curated by Ned Rothenberg

Time: 8PM

Tickets: $10

Location One

26 Greene Street NYC 10013, Between Grand and Canal

Subway: Canal Street (N, R, 6, A, C, E, J, M, Z)

Gallery Hours: Tuesday Saturday, 12 6 PM

(212) 334-3347

streamed live at LOCATION ONE

"...undoubtedly one of the most stimulating percussionists on the planet." Andy Ham …

Six-time Grammy nominee and winner Shirley Horn & Jazz Legends assemble in Atlanta,Ga. to benefit Red Cross Relief Fund

The Atlanta International Jazz Society ,along with Earthlink Live and some of the Jazz community's elite artists are donating their time and talent for a worthy cause,to help raise funds for the Red Cross Relief Fund.President and Founder Robert J. Carmack stated, "We are honored to have such legendary artists take part in this historical concert, Some of these guys ha …
29.01.2011

A Fire Fighter's Son

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Singer Jerry Grillo has recorded an adaptation of the song "My Way" to encourage donations to the widows and families of the Fire Fighters who perished in the World Trade Center attacks. There is Real Audio or an MP3 download at www.jerrygrillo.com on his Recordings Page, and information on how to make a donation on his Current Update Page. Please consider giving whatever amount you might be able to afford. Thank you. …
Kermit Ruffins will appear on Wednesday, November 7th at 1am Central Time (actually Thursday early morning) on the TV series "Half Baked" produced by the Burlybear Network and syndicated on WTBS.

More information at http://www.burlybear.com/shows/halfbaked/index.html.

Half Baked airs on WTBS each week at 1am CDT Wednesdays (Actually Thursday early morning) and at midnight CDT on Thursdays (actually Friday early morning) and features various artists in a cooking/interview/perform …
Report from JVC Newport Jazz Festival

Listen to what James Gillis of the Newport Daily News said in his August 13, 2001 review of the granddaddy of all jazz festivals. "the most memorable act for this writer was the New Orleans-based Los Hombres Calientes...This group tore it up on the second stage...This was arguably the hottest show on any stage." Other artists he was comparing included Diana Krall, Ray Charles, Chuck Mangione, Natalie Cole, Roy Hargrove, Dave Brubeck,Wayne Sho …
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2001 Pierce College Jazz Expo to feature The John Pizzarelli Trio

The Pierce College Jazz Expo for 2001 will welcome The John Pizzarelli Trio at 8 p.m, Nov. 16, fresh off a five-day gig at the fabled Birdland in New York City. The evening's entertainment will also includeperformances by Pierce College's award-winning jazz vocal group, Farwest Jazz. The combo's performance will …
29.01.2011

Mika Pohjola's Music Update

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1. GIG IN NEW YORK

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 @ 7:45 PM (ONE SET) **PLEASE NOTE THE EARLY TIME** SOUND OF VILLAGE DUO (Yusuke Yamamoto, perc & flute; Mika Pohjola, piano) THE KNITTING FACTORY 74 Leonard Street (betw. Church St & Bway). NEW YORK CITY. Tel: (212) 219-3055, $ 7.
Another gig is coming up on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 at 11 pm at the Knitting Factory. Line-up still TBA.

2. A NEW CD, "LANDMARK" with MikaSonik: BEN MONDER: Guitar MIGUEL ZENON: Alto Sax & Flute FERNANDO HUE …
29.01.2011

Jazz Clubs Swing Back to Life

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TIMES in jazz are hard enough. Chain-store music retailers are taking fewer and fewer jazz albums. Back catalogs are permanently endangered as parent companies of labels like Blue Note, Atlantic and Verve shift among new mergers and new top executives. Jazz clubs are becoming harder to sustain, and after the flowering of new jazz spots around Manhattan in the mid- and late- 90's, the attrition process had already begun. Then downtown fell apart.

You must analyze the effect of Sept. 11 o …
Delmark recording artist and trumpeter/composer Malachi Thompson and his Africa Brass ensemble will perform a new composition entitled Black Metropolis. This musical suite in four parts celebrates the glory days of Chicago's African American community and it's contribution to the development of Jazz as an American artform. The concert will also feature another new work dedicated to Jazz icon Louis Armstrong called Blues for a Saint Called Louis. the featured soloist are saxophonist Ari Brown and …
TITO PUENTE'S legacy will live on through an historic musical international dance concert to benefit Latin music in a new generation.

A constellation of Latin Superstars will gather in San Francisco to perform the most loved SALSA, MAMBO & CHA CHA CHA songs of percussionist, vibist, pianist, arranger and bandleader Tito Puente.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2001

8:00 P.M.

BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM
99 GROVE STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CA USA
SPECIAL PERFORMAN …
AUTOMAT New Media Design in Vienna was honored to be invited by the California- based John Coltrane Foundation in redesigning and producing the official John Coltrane Website. The website serves as a tribute to the legendary saxophonist John Coltrane on his 75th Anniversary, as well as an information and communication platform between the foundation and the public. under: www.Johncoltrane.com could the international praised website be enjoyed.

The relaunch of the elegant website …
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ETTA JAMES CONCERT POSTPONED TO NOVEMBER 17, 2001 AT 8PM AT MASONIC AUDITORIUM
The San Francisco Jazz Festival "Queen of R & B" concert featuring Etta James, scheduled for Friday, October 26, 2001, …
Just Plain Folks has nominated Carl Michel for a 2001 Music Award, in the category of Jazz Song, for his composition "You Probably Will" which is featured on his latest release from Play On Records "The Carl Michel Group (+)". The 2001 Music Awards Program takes place on November 17 at The Highland Club in Hollywood, CA. Just Plain Folks is a networking organization for musicians and songwriters. You can visit their web page at Just Plain Folks
29.01.2011

CD Release Party!

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AUTUMN, WINTER, SONGS OF THE SEASON

Come join us and celebrate the release of our Christmas CD Sampler!

"And a Songbird in a Pear Tree, Six Songs of Christmas"

Featuring 6 Versatile and Talented Bay Area Jazz Vocalists, DARIA, CATHI WALKUP, ELAINE LUCIA, JENNIFER LEE, SHANNA CARLSON & SHARMAN DURAN

WHEN: Monday November 26, 2001

TIME: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

WHERE: Plush Room
York Hotel
940 Sutter St., San Francisco, CA
Reserv …
29.01.2011

Miami Jazz Festival

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MIAMI. What better place is there to host a world class jazz festival in the dead of winter? Perfect location, perfect weather, beautiful people, diverse cultures; they all come together for a weekend of four f's: family, friends, festival and fun. Last years Jazz Festival in Bayfront Park introduced Miami to the electric performances of David Sanborn, Poncho Sanchez, Jonathan Butler, Michael Wolf, Israel Cachao Lopez, Iko-Iko, Roberto Pereira, Mantra and many more. This was just the first year! …
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Jackson Fan Issues Challenge to Gossip Columnist

San Diego, CA, October 30th, 2001

A San Diego Michael Jackson fan has issued a challenge to Fox News Entertainment Reporter Roger Friedman. Ron Sweet was reacting to a recent review that appeared on Roger Friedman's Fox 411 daily column. After obtaining an advance copy of Jackson's upcoming CD "Invincible," Friedman last week called the album "tired, unexceptional and removed from reality." …