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  • Born in Dallas, Texas and now happily domiciled in Los Angeles, bass player Edwin Livingston could be described as being on the crest of a wave.  His CD 'Transitions' was released in late 2010 and when recently I caught up…
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  •  New Orleans trumpeter Nicholas Payton has never conformed to anyone or anything. Reading his Facebook posts and Twitter “tweets”, you sort of get an idea about how un-traditional he is. He speaks his mind and, should someone attempt to challenge…
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  • Law school creates more than a few challenges. There are hours upon hours of studying, grueling hours interning at law firms, and financial bills that need to find a way to get paid. For many law students the adversity is…
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  • Kem Owens
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    Adekemi Owens, known professionally and affectionately to music fans as "Kem," has come a long way from Nashville, Tennessee to his current hometown of Detroit, Michigan. So, one figures that is why this musical genius has written and performed songs…
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Eric Thornhill

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Free to Drive, is a refreshing CD which has a little bit of everything for the jazz enthusiast. Metal Man has nice solos where the listener get…
AfroFire makes me think of Star Wars meets Miles Davis. The music has that sort of feel to it and when you combine it with the muted horn, the …
Words of Wisdom is a blend of smooth jazz and traditional jazz with Fred's voice bringing it all together like a fine meal!! Fred Wisdom has a unique style which set…
29.01.2011

Steffen Kuehn

Published in Jazz Artist Interviews

When I was first asked to interview Steffen Kuehn, I was a bit hesitant. Fact was I had never heard of him and feared he would probably be one of those artists with a CD from which only one or two songs would be notable. However, my Editor assured me that the CD was good and I would enjoy it. Reluctantly I accepted the assignment and awaited the arrival of the CD.

It was similar to the old adage; which would come first, the chicken or the egg or, in this …