January 8, 2019

By Austin Consordini When thinking about things that are American, we think about Apple pie, hot dogs, the star-spangled banner, military heroes, and the statue of liberty. We think of GMC and Ford vehicles that proudly brandish the stamp of “made in America.” One often over-looked piece of America’s culture is jazz music. Jazz was[…]

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February 14, 2018

Editor’s Note: Today we begin what we hope will be an ongoing series of guest columns from jazz musicians, specialists, historians and other experts. Today’s guest columnist is Marc-Andre Seguin of JazzGuitarLessons.net. Marc-Andre Seguin These days, there is a lot of importance placed on scales while other aspects of improvisation are neglected. Still, however, knowing your[…]

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