Posts Tagged ‘jazz setlist’

Jazz Setlist, Jan. 7-13: Swingin’ in ’16

Kristine Key, Reginald Cyntje, and more jazz opens for the weekend.

Jazz Setlist, Nov. 12-18

This week: Trumpeter Kevin Cordt , alto sax player Carl Grubbs, and more

KenCen Sk8rjazz: Jazz Setlist, Sept. 10-16

Including Jason Moran and skateboarders, and Mary Halvorson and Ches Smith.

Threefer: Jazz Setlist, Sept. 3-9

Including bassist Tarus Mateen, organist Alex Jenkins, and more.

Jazz Setlist, July 9-15

Shannon Gunn, Orange Kellin & The New Orleans Blue Serenaders, and Duane Eubanks

Jazz Setlist, May 14-20

Reginald Cyntje at Jazz Night in Southwest, the Makanda Project at Michigan Park Christian Church, and more.

The Marsalises, Chelsey Green, and William Hooker: Jazz Setlist, August 14-20

Thursday, August 14
He's a drummer and percussionist, a composer and an improviser, and a conceptualist. But even within the ivory tower of avant-garde jazz, William Hooker's is a somewhat obscure name. It needn't be, considering the heft of his resume: He's worked with everyone from David Murray to David S. Ware, from DJ Spooky to [...]

New Vintage Returns: Jazz Setlist, August 7-14

Saturday, August 9
Here's what I had to say last August, in my review of the New Vintage Jazz & Wine Festival at the Half Street Fairgrounds:
Despite unending claims of jazz's death, people are willing to pay good money to see this music....indeed well worth paying for. It was incredible, flavorful music that brought head bobs [...]

Alas, The Doldrums Begin: Jazz Setlist, July 31-August 6

Yes, it's that slow period in August when the jazz scene dries up to a trickle. And yet, every desert has its oases; here are a few of ours.
Friday, August 1
There's some room for debate on the overlap between jazz and "creative music." The latter is more of a catch-all term for music that combines [...]

Jazz Setlist, June 12-18: MARS 4-Tet, Satoko Fujii, and George Colligan

Friday, June 13
Area saxophonist and jazz superman Jeff Antoniuk, the A of the MARS 4-Tet, says that the band formed upon a shared realization. The jazz scene at large tended to build its repertoire, and its compositional concepts, on the mainstream jazz of the 1940s, '50s, and '60s. But so much great music had happened [...]

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