"There's a lot of old cats who are still cookin', but this city has forgotten about them. And one thing in jazz is, you can't forget about the people who came before you."
Posts Tagged ‘Deandrey Howard’
Young musicians will workshop with local jazz veterans and play public concerts.
The doldrums are upon us, ladies and gentlemen. Congress and the Supreme Court are in recess, and the many, many people who make a living off those institutions in some form or another have little reason to hang out. Jazz has a slowdown, too—but not a death. It's a great time to check out some [...]
The Bobby Muncy Quartet’s much-praised Wednesday-night stand at U-Topia, the only local jazz gig that featured all original music, ended suddenly at the end of January. It’s tempting to add that it ended without warning, but the actual story is much stranger.
“Anybody else having problems with Utopia?” wrote pianist Gene D’Andrea on Facebook on Monday, [...]