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Glen David Andrews, who at well over 6 feet tall looks more like a Saints linebacker than a musician. But he's endowed with a blazing spirit, a soulful, raspy voice and a superabundance of energy that combine to sweep crowds into paroxysms of ecstasy. Article by Rick Mason for THE STAR TRIBUNE.
Mack Avenue Records is proud to announce the signing of Grammy® award winning vibraphonist Gary Burton. The signing comes after Burton launched the New Gary Burton Quartet in a sold out, week-long North American premiere at New York's Blue Note in October 2010.
After leaving Yes, Anderson turned to the MIDI guitar his wife, Jane, had given him a few years earlier, and took a year or so to work out a way to perform solo, in a stripped-down setting. It was a fairly radical adjustment but Anderson has proven that he has what it takes. Article by Stewart Oksenhorn for THE ASPEN TIMES.
Between them, pianist Chick Corea and vibraphonist Gary Burton have 18 Grammy Awards, two of them for albums they performed on together. They talk about the trials and efforts it took to bring their joint musical desires to fruition. Article by George Varga for THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE.
It was a blues triple bill Wednesday night at CMAC, starring George Thorogood, Robert Cray, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds, for my money, it was The Thunderbirds' night. Review by Frank De Blase for CITY NEWSPAPER
On Monday night, Lage and his group put on a mesmerizing display of youthful enthusiasm and impressive musicianship at the Blue Room. Lage is clearly a force, and a fresh face that bodes well for the future of jazz. Review by Steve Paul for THE KANSAS CITY STAR
They hail from the same hometown, but New Orleans favorite sons Terence Blanchard and Branford Marsalis took different approaches to jazz Friday night at the Lied Center for Performing Arts. By Tom Ineck For THE LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR
We recently caught up with Rollins at his farm in the Hudson River Valley to discuss his relentless perfectionism, his approach to composing and improvisation and his time spent practicing on the Bridge. Interview by Tad Hendrickson for SPINNER.COM
Legendary Jazz artist and three time Grammy winner, Ramsey Lewis, proudly credits his hometown of Chicago for his success. Feature by Alison Horton for THE CHICAGO SUN TIMES
Talk about fortuitous timing! Three time Grammy winner to open the 2011 Legendary Ladies of Jazz concert series at the Birch North Park Theatre, celebrating the music of Billie Holiday. Preview George Varga for THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE