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Violinist Regina Carter Champions Ella's Positive Vibes

October 27, 2017 | Steve Milne

Jazz violinist Regina Carter says, considering the mood of the country and the world right now, "Accentuate the Positive" was the perfect title for her new album, a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald. Carter performs Saturday at the 2017 Brubeck Festival.

Hudson Valley Home Inspires Jack DeJohnette And His All-Star Jazz Quartet

October 20, 2017

Veteran jazz drummer Jack DeJohnette has worked with everyone from Miles Davis and John Coltrane to Herbie Hancock and Pat Metheny. His current working group, Hudson, will perform this Saturday in Davis.

Canadian Jazz Star Bria Skonberg Keeps Strong Ties To Sacramento

August 4, 2017 | Paul Conley

Jazz trumpeter and vocalist Bria Skonberg was born in Canada and now lives in New York, but she's been playing and teaching in Sacramento since 2001. She’ll be doing both here this week, while also celebrating the release of her new CD, With A Twist.


Joe Gilman Deconstructs Dave Brubeck's Explorations In Time

April 14, 2017 | Paul Conley

This weekend the Joe Gilman Quartet will commemorate jazz great Dave Brubeck's famous recording "Time Out" with a concert featuring all of the selections that appeared on the groundbreaking album. Gilman helps explain what made the record so unique.

60's Cool: Sergio Mendes And The Timeless Sound He Created

January 26, 2017 | Gary G. Vercelli

Fifty years ago, as British rockers were descending on the American music scene, Sergio Mendes mounted his own Brazilian invasion, delivering a sound that became the epitome of “60’s cool.”


Tony Adamo: Hipper Than Hip

January 25, 2017 | Gary G. Vercelli

Tony Adamo has been described as a beatnik who arrived sixty years late, but if you ask him, he’s just a raconteur who describes his environment. Adamo celebrates urban life and the jazz masters with "hip-speak" over intense rhythms.

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Pianist Dave Bass: From Jazz To Jurisprudence And Back Again

January 19, 2017 | Gary G. Vercelli

Injury stalled jazz pianist Dave Bass' music career and forced him to pursue another course. He became a successful attorney, but jazz never left him. Recently retired from law, he's refocusing on jazz. And his rejuvenated music career is taking off.

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