That's precisely what happens when musicians jam during the YINZIDE OUT Showcase Events
. Those of you who made it to the first event at the Grove....KUDOS to you; wow. You know who you are.
The synergy at last night's performance proved this needs to happen. With every beat of the drum, strum of the gueeetar, varied vocalists sweet styles, bass booms and dynamics created therein, an energy built until you couldn't help but want more.
Added by jackie day on November 23, 2009 at 10:15pm —
While it is the job of the person organizing the event to promote, promote, promote I wonder if the actual participants (the musicians) do all they can to help their cause.
Do folks help spread the word through their personal network, tell friend or fans where the next gig is and how they can support. the venue and promoter by doing this?
Is it just the job of the promoter to get the word out? Should this be a colaboration with the artist? If folks don't promote their… Continue
Added by Kevin Amos on November 22, 2009 at 10:58pm —
While I've only been at this promoting business for a short time (compared to most of you musicians out there), one conversation that continues to surface is the $money$ talk. One thing I've definitely picked up on is.....YOU ARE UNDER PAID AND UNDER APPRECIATED BY VENUE OWNERS! Ok, now that i've gotten that off my chest....I'm wondering if we can open a dialogue on this issue. I don't really have answers, but wonder how others feel about this topic and if they have any answers to share with… Continue
Added by jackie day on November 21, 2009 at 7:30am —
Hello to my music and radio family. Sorry for the mass email but iIwanted to put this out there for you to consider. Please get back to me as soon as possible if you would like to participate in some way.
On January 16, 2010 I will be holding my second music and radio conference at Carnegie-Mellon University where my radio program originates from. At this time I inviting all of you to take an active part if you can. I am seeking participants on panels covering Jazz, Blues, R&B,… Continue
Added by Kevin Amos on November 20, 2009 at 2:35pm —
Enjoy the Impressions from the 30.Lev.Jazztage 07.-15.Nov.2009
MILES & MORE :… Continue
Added by Schrubbel on November 12, 2009 at 6:17pm —
Many thanks to Terence Jackson and Mike Scott Jazz show for featuring my duet "WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE" with the soulful Howard Hewett!! Please follow link and call in!
Added by Antoinette Manganas on November 11, 2009 at 2:18pm —
Hey Hey, Looking for a KORG X3 - To put in some vintage sounds into my mixing and tracks for an upcoming project.
Make sure the old school disc drive works as well.
Get back to me if you own one and want to sell it.
If you are shipping to me = a hard case is a must.
You can hear a sample of this powerful machine here:…
Added by damir on November 7, 2009 at 10:52pm —
Pitt Jazz Week 2009 to Feature Community Outreach Activities, Lecture, Film, and Nov. 7 Concert
International jazz masters to perform at 39th annual event
PITTSBURGH-Jazz enthusiasts from throughout the region will be on the University of Pittsburgh campus Nov. 3 though Nov. 7 for the 39th annual Pitt Jazz Seminar and Concert, the longest-running event of its kind in the United States.
A stellar group of international jazz musicians will hold free on-campus… Continue
Added by Dr. Nelson Harrison on November 7, 2009 at 5:16am —
The New Pittsburgh Courier
Written by Christian Morrow - Courier Staff Writer
Thursday, 05 November 2009 13:12
Kenny Fisher didn’t talk much, but his saxophone spoke volumes to those lucky enough to have heard him play. “Fish,” as his friends called him, was one of the last links to Pittsburgh’s heyday as a jazz mecca—he knew everyone and played everywhere; the Loendi Club, the Hurricane and the old Crawford Grill. On Oct. 25, after a lengthy battle with cancer,… Continue
Added by Dr. Nelson Harrison on November 6, 2009 at 6:26am —
Added by Paul Thompson on November 4, 2009 at 5:35pm —
Kenny was one of a kind . He always was helpful and humble with me. I just found out tha he passed an am lost for words . All I will say now is that Heaven has another music master. Peaceful Rhythms Allways, Harold Walker
Added by Harold Walker on November 3, 2009 at 12:32am —
I just recieved word of the transition of Pittsburgh saxophonist Kenny 'Fish' Fisher. I have known fish for over thirty years, meeting him as a child taking lessons at the Homewood-Brushton Jazz Workshop. I later studied with him as he gave improvisation lessons at the Homewood Carnegie Library.
Fish was an excellent player, respected and liked by everyone. As a young man he got to practice with John Coltrane while he was in Pittsburgh on a date at the Crawford Grill. He was also a… Continue
Added by TLed on October 28, 2009 at 3:16pm —
I want to tell the organizers and everyone that attended Sandy;s memorial service tonite, that I am very sorry I could not attend.,.
I have been battling a stomach virus all weekend and today was the worst day. I wanted to spare all that attended my germs!!!!
I am,however very sad at the loss of a fantastic musician and great friend. Sandy was sure a pioneer for women in jazz and I thank her for that.
I know wherever she goes, she will carry on a legacy of truly… Continue
Added by Anne Annie Friedland on October 27, 2009 at 1:26am —
I can plan, produce and promote your next event. I can also market you to a wider audience. I will taylor something to suit your budget to help bring you better results than what you are currently experiencing. Of course this is a service that I do not provide for free. Over 20 years of experience with well documented results.
Right now I am seeking Jazz musicians who want to work in a small intimate venue (25-75 people) as a way to create revenue for yourself. Interested? Email me… Continue
Added by Kevin Amos on October 20, 2009 at 2:25am —
Kevin Amos is seeking artists who want to do revenue sharing and work in a small intimate venue (25-75 capacity). Serious inquiries only. Call 412-818-3789 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Kevin Amos on October 20, 2009 at 2:23am —
Plunked into the pot with my perceptive care, I gave you a home, but you do not fair.
I toss about this and I toss about that, productive for life, making you grow nice and fat.
Not you, disgrace, for you have lost your place. Up! Up you must fill this vase.
I blame you for this natural crime, how have you not grown one single tine.
Why, it is your nature to bloom , to treat me unto your delight. Not you, I ,offered your ugly blight.
Added by CWR (Fan of Culture) on October 15, 2009 at 7:23pm —
Old Guard to my pride, are your days growing late?
Silver has replaced that blackened muzzle; this is life’s humorous fate.
A bag O' bones, a shell of the hull. …
I am sure I can remember back O’ so many waning moons ago. I recall the attitude of your warning, alerted fur on hunched shoulder row.
Your color so brilliant, as like the Osage split up the center, Youthfully dense your mane, and menacing as nature… Continue
Added by CWR (Fan of Culture) on October 15, 2009 at 7:11pm —
Did you ever think why the company media representatives and the brand equity managers keep staking and lay emphasis about the essentiality of owning a professional logo design to march on? Is the build up of hype about having custom design logo warranted?
It sounds pretty much explainable, doesn’t it? A logo of a company is the character of the organization which marks its unique identity. There are many competitors of your business around you very near but what really signifies you… Continue
Added by Kathy Maxwelll on October 15, 2009 at 4:43am —
I know..I know. Some of you are saying good riddence.
But seriously...what do you think would happen after being on the air for 31 years?
Don't be afraid to answer. I 'm dying to see your comments.
Added by Kevin Amos on October 14, 2009 at 5:26pm —
Eight Million YouTube Views and a Sonny Rollins iPhone App
Bret Primack is pleased to report that his YouTube Jazz Video Guy channel has passed eight million views and that he’s just released a Sonny Rollins iPhone App. On the cutting edge of technology and music since he co-founded Jazz Central Station the first major Jazz website in 1994, Bret is an advocate for utilizing new media as marketing and distribution tool for Jazz. “To reach new listeners," Bret believes, "and… Continue
Added by Kevin Amos on October 14, 2009 at 5:18pm —