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  • George Duke is a multi Grammy Award winning legend. So, when I called him to get a few quick quotes for my France Joli interview (he produced her album 'Witch Of Love') I quickly realized I needed to milk this…
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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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    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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Needless to say, Concord is still celebrating its tremendous night at the Grammys. Best Album of the Year, Best Record of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album of the Year and five additional awards bestowed on "Genius Loves Company" and the irreplaceable Ray Charles. To top it all, last week, they officially went certified triple-platinum!

Congratulations are also in order for their favorite LA band, Ozomatli. The boys took home the GRAMMY for Best Latin Rock / Alternative Album of Year for "Stree

Nancy Wilson's R.S.V.P. (Rare Songs, Very Personal) (MCG Jazz)
BEST JAZZ VOCAL ALBUM

McCoy Tyner with Gary Bartz, Terence Blanchard, Christian McBride & Lewis Nash's Illuminations
BEST JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM

Ladysmith Black Mambazo's Raise Your Spirit Higher (Heads Up)
BEST TRADITIONAL WORLD MUSIC ALBUM

Jennifer Higdon's City Scape, Concerto for Orchestra (Jack Renner, engineer)
BEST ENGINEERED ALBUM

Berlioz: Requiem (Robert Spano, conductor; Norman Mackenzie

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