This guide will help you understand the fundamental building blocks of a jazz piece a bit better, as you enter the world of jazz and understanding the jazz language.
I’ve never visited New Orleans before, but I have to admit, I’ve had somewhat of a negative image. You know, Bourbon Street, drinking, dangerous, raunchy. I’m very happy to say that during me and my family’s visit last week, we experienced very little if any of that.
In the Spotlight-Pete Muller — Pete Muller’s latest album, Two Truths and A Lie, reflects his unusual journey. While he was achieving the highest level of Wall Street success as a pioneer in “quant” investing, he was also singing his songs to tough-hearted New York City subway audiences. In all areas of his life, Muller is driven by two overarching themes: connection and mastery.
In preperation for the superbowl, we broke down each city to find out once and for all, who has the better music scene: Boston vs Seattle
Jazz musicians are a treasure trove of sensational anecdotes and idiosyncratic characters. In this quiz, test your knowledge of some of the lesser-known facts about the people who pioneered this wild genre.
For decades a few jazz enthusiasts “in the know” have whispered about the collection of jazz recordings created by William Savory, an audio engineer with a strong passion and ear for music. Referred to as a technical genius, Savory made the recordings from radio broadcasts in the late 1930s.