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Sheldon T. Nunn

Sheldon T. Nunn

Whenever someone mentions the word noodlin’, the ultimate question is: "Exactly, what is being referred to when someone says I’m just noodlin’." Depending upon what regi…
Whenever Everette Harp comes to mind, there is one aspect of his career that rings true; he is a jam maker as well as a jam master. As a native of Houston, Texas, I watc…
Without a doubt, Grover Washington, Jr. is best described as one of the most dominant and influential figures in contemporary jazz. For more than 30 years, Grover crosse…
For the devoted fans of saxophonist Wilton Felder, who have often wondered where he disappeared to in recent years, let it be known he has returned with a remarkably new…
In the annals of R&B music, there are only a few singers who have a memorable presence in the minds of most; however, every now and again an individual does arise to the…
For more than thirty years Bobby Lyle has been a lightening rod in contemporary jazz; however, achieving widespread recognition in the United States has been moderately …
During the course of daily happenings, thousands upon thousands of albums are recorded on every continent and in practically every nook and cranny of the world. Jazz mus…

Every now and again there comes an artist who captures your interest from the very first prodigious note that is made. As if by osmosis, their music is absorbed into the…

In an ever-evolving world of smooth jazz ideology, one constant companion who has epitomized that style of music has been saxophonist Marion Meadows. Since the onset of …
As an alumnus of Miles Davis’ groundbreaking fusion album entitled Bitches Brew, as well as a co-founder of Herbie Hancock’s expeditionary band The Headhun…