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8 posts for this tag: Jazz Pensacola
  • girlsinger Book Review: 'Girl Singer,' Mick Carlon
    Girl Singer By Mick Carlon Leapfrog Press © 2015 pp. 164 paperback This is the third novel in the jazzseries for juveniles. The reader follows a 19 year old African-American girl singer.In this fictional account, she meets real-life characters such as bandleader William “Count” Basie, Lester ” Pres” Young, drummer Jo Jones vocalists Billie Holiday … Continue reading "Book Review: ‘Girl Singer,’ Mick Carlon"...
  • bergcrantz CD Review: 'Soulfully Yours,' Anders Bergcrantz
    Anders Bergcrantz: Soulfully Yours Vanguard Music Boulevard Malmo, Sweden www.vanguardmusicboulevard.com Anders Bergcrantz is a prize-winning Swedishtrumpeter/composer. He has just released this recording of seven compositions, six of which are his originals and the seventh is composition of his wife, an internationally acclaimed composer, Anna-Lena Laurin. There are varying personnel on these seven numbers, some with … Continue reading "CD Review: ‘Soulfully Yours,’ Anders Bergcrantz"...
  • The President Blows His Horn – A Few Notes from Roger
    Early in January, I had some great jazz fun attending the Annual Jazz Education Network (JEN) Conference – this time in New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz. Each year, thousands of educators, students, musicians and jazz fans get together in a major conference hotel for four days of morning-to-late-night clinics, presentations and performances. This year … Continue reading "The President Blows His Horn – A Few Notes from Roger"...
  • ehsjazz Southeast Tourism Society Selects JazzFest as a Top 20 Event
    The Southeast Tourism Society has named JazzFest one of the STS Top 20 Event in the Southeast for April of 2017. This year’s JazzFest is April 1-2. The STS Top 20 Festival and Event Awards have highlighted programs around the Southeast since 1985. Travel industry experts select 20 events per month, and STS publicizes them … Continue reading "Southeast Tourism Society Selects JazzFest as a Top 20 Event"...
  • lifewithlouis Book Review: 'Travels with Louis' by Mick Carlon
    Travels with Louis By Mick Carlon Leapfrog Press LLC © 2012 pp.245, paperback, 5”X7½” This is the second book of its kind by author Mick Carlon. His previous book, Riding on Duke’s Train was about a young African-American boy who is befriended by Duke Ellington and is invited on tour. This book has a similar … Continue reading "Book Review: ‘Travels with Louis’ by Mick Carlon"...
  • loveforsale Book Review: 'Love for Sale: Pop Music in America' by David Hajdu
    LOVE FOR SALE: Pop Music in America David Hajdu Farrar, Strauss and Giroux ©2016 pp. 307 with end notes and index Author of this book, David Hajdu, is a professor of journalism at Columbia University. He’s music critic for The Nation as well as a songwriter and librettist. His biography of Billy Strayhorn, Lush Life … Continue reading "Book Review: ‘Love for Sale: Pop Music in America’ by David Hajdu"...
  • 015 Donate to Jazz Pensacola online
    Jazz Pensacola conducts two main projects that depend heavily on special donations from the membership. We invite you to help support Pensacola JazzFest as a JazzFest VIP Donor and our Jazz Education Program and Student Jazz Competition as a Jazz Education Team Supporter, also known as JETS. Donations now can be made directly on this … Continue reading "Donate to Jazz Pensacola online"...
  • 004 Jazz Pensacola membership dues to increase
    PENSACOLA, Fla. — The Jazz Pensacola Board of Directors announces a slight increase in membership dues, effective Jan. 1, 2017. The new membership dues: $60, per couple; $40, per individual. You can renew by sending a check to Jazz Pensacola, 3 West Garden St., Suite 418, Pensacola, FL 32502-5633, or renew here on the site to … Continue reading "Jazz Pensacola membership dues to increase"...

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 Suite 418

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