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A short history of … “Darktown Strutters’ Ball” (Shelton Brooks, 1915)

“Darktown Strutters’ Ball” was written by Shelton Brooks in 1915 and first published in 1917. It has been recorded many times under various titles, including “At the Darktown Strutters’ Ball,” and “Strutters’ Ball.” Elijah Wald writes that, according to some...

A short history of … “Blue Skies” (Irving Berlin, 1926)

“Blue Skies” was composed by Irving Berlin in...

Hugh Hefner- Mr. Playboy

Hugh Hefner discusses his life, his dreams, and 30 years of the Playboy Jazz Festival.

Gary Smulyan Quartet Royalty at Le Duc: Live at Le Duc des Lombards

Gary Smulyan Quartet-Live at Le Duc des Lombards

Gary Smulyan Quartet Royalty at Le Duc: Live at Le Duc des Lombards (Groovin’ High)...

Yotam Silberstein The Village Cover Art

Yotam Silberstein The Village

Yotam Silberstein The Village (jazz&people) When music lovers think of places known for producing great...

Victor Provost Bright Eyes

Victor Provost – Bright Eyes

 Bright Eyes (Paquito) The steel pan isn’t an unknown quantity in jazz. Notable players such...

Sylvia Brooks Charts Her Way With “The Arrangement”

Singer and actress Sylvia Brooks is obsessed with the charts. Not the ones in Billboard or JazzTimes, mind you, but...

Stacey Kent

Stacey Kent Marks Her Return With A Splendid Orchestral Album I KNOW I DREAM

Stacy Kent Marks Her Return With A Splendid Orchestral Album I KNOW I DREAM

The Astaire Story Cover Art

Fred Astaire’s Greatest Jazz Recording Returns as Deluxe 2CD Set.

In 1952, the famous dancer, singer and film star Fred Astaire teamed up with the...

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