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The terrorist attack on America of September 11, 2001. The resulting wars in Afghanistan and Iran. The devastating tsunami in Indonesia. Hurricane Katrina's wrath unleas…
If the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree it's only natural that John Pizzarelli would one day pay homage to the music of Frank Sinatra. John's father is guitarist…
THIS is why we love jazz.It's exciting to see an artist develop. It's thrilling to hear how self-assured and confident a group of musicians can b…
For aging rock and pop stars, drawing upon The Great American Songbook has been both a source of inspiration and a path back on the musical charts. There's a certain biz…
On the surface, how well Fusion for Miles: A Guitar Tribute succeeds or fails is determined by how much the listener enjoys the electric era of Miles Davis and …
Settle back in a comfortable chair, turn the lights down low and chill with a good drink and some cool jazz. Canadian pianist/composer Steve Amirault's Breath s…
This is the kind of music designed to make you tap your feet and features some hot playing by McBride and his ace band, the Texas Rhythm Kings. McBride clearly is…
After a six-year hiatus, since his last album, Peculiar Situation, Earl Klugh makes a triumphant return with a new release, Naked Guitar, featuring the…
This is the album Hiroshima took 25 years to make.Okay, that's not exactly true. Obon didn't take the band over two decades to create. It did take over t…
Through various record lables and changes in personnel one thing about Pieces of A Dream has remain constant: They're still as bland now as they were almost 25 years ago.
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