The WICN Blog
A summer day at the Newport Jazz Festival offers a musical buffet – a big, long, buffet that won’t get you fat (but will grow your ears). Each day there were about 20 performances on four stages between 11 AM and 7 PM. I’m a sampler – I want a taste of many artists at […]
by Marty Friedman, host of Sunday Jazz Brunch With thousands of artists performing hundreds of shows, both free and paid, the Montreal Jazz Festival is the largest jazz festival in the world! Millions of visitors come to see top jazz artists from nearly thirty countries, and this year was no exception. The Festival ran from […]
Catch Colors Of Jazz as we celebrate the launch of “BosTown Fest: For The Love Of Music” with a three week series highlighting the music-centered, neighborhood block party. BosTown Music Festival runs from 11am to 6pm, Saturday, September 7th on Columbus Avenue between Massachusetts Ave and Douglass Park, in Boston’s South End. Tune in Sunday at 12pm • August 18th – Bonnie talks […]
Pianist Earl Hines was, in today’s parlance, kind of a big deal. He rerouted the entire style of Jazz piano artistry in the 1920s, and led a big band in the Swing Era that introduced several important modern voices of the Forties. Hines was on the scene as a piano virtuoso and kept pace with […]
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