The Many Faces Of Teri Thornton


Originally posted on GEEZER MUSIC CLUB:
Teri Thornton, a talented but under-appreciated jazz vocalist who died more than a decade ago, had a  career that was varied and unconventional to say the least. Although she’s probably most remembered for her successful recording of “Somewhere in the Night,” (the theme for the TV show Naked City)…

TRC


Originally posted on Empty Chair:
Wynton Kelly: Kelly Great (1959) 1993 Track list: 01. Wrinkles 02. Mama ‘G’ 03. June Night 04. What Know 05. Sydney Personnel: Lee Morgan – trumpet Wayne Shorter – tenor sax Wynton Kelly – piano Paul Chambers – bass ‘Philly’ Joe Jones – drums Recorded: Fine Sound Studios, New York…

DONALD VEGA: REELING IN A DREAM OF A SPIRITUAL NATURE


In the early 90s, There was a section in Los Angeles, that evolved out of the ashes of the riots in South Central L.A., an arts community came together to heal. Part of that Arts Renaissance was the Leimert Park  Village, which housed clusters of performing arts venues,artist lofts, craft makers, poets and dance troupes….

New York Trailblazing Cellist Invades North Carolina with Chamber Soul


posted by Robert J. Carmack In this writer’s humble opinion, People are buzzing about the wrong things these days. particularly about the music scene. Who cares  about a mixed up kid onstage making raunchy, with a guy in a football referee suit??  Shana Tucker is making more than just Buzz with her new sound of…

Grammy Nominee Jazz Guitarist Anthony Wilson at SOKA International Jazz Festival


posted by Robert J. Carmack Anthony Wilson  is a creative jazz artist  who continues to expand and impress. the Grammy-nominee will be appearing at the SOKA International Jazz Festival on the SOKA University campus Saturday,September 28 at 8:PM. Soka International Jazz Festival 1 University Dr Aliso Viejo, CA Delfeayo  Marsalis and his Octet return to kick-off…

Harlem Historic Jazz Club Minton’s Playhouse to Re-Open in October


posted by Robert J. Carmack / According to The Electronic Urban Report Richard Parsons, the former chairman of Citigroup who was chairman/CEO of Time Warner until he stepped down in 2007, has turned his full attention toward growing businesses in Harlem.  http://www.eurweb.com He and wife Laura are opening two new uptown restaurants, Minton’s and The Cecil. Minton’s…

Carl Anthony and Notorius Jazz: Global Communicator and Hipster


posted by Robert J. Carmack “Notorius  Jazz was created to preserve the genius of those who defy popular taste for original design”  Carl Anthony Hipster Sanctuary salutes Carl Anthony , Entertainment Expert and Jazz Host/Hipster. Over the Years Anthony has touched on all aspects of entertainment, from productions to promotions, thus laying the groundwork for…

Iconic Jazz Saxophonist Bobby Watson to Co-Host L A Radio Show


posted by Robert J. Carmack On Sunday,September 1, Jazz saxophonist, Bobby Watson makes a rare west coast appearance to Los Angeles radio station KXLU. The highly respected reed-man is in town to promote his latest CD, Check Cashing Day, which commemorates the 50 year anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. He’ll be…