To our Chicago Fans (and those traveling to the Windy City),
You can now find our CD "Good Hair" in the following stores:
Dusty Groove America
1120 N. Ashland Ave.
5225 South Harper Ave. Ste. D
Jazz Record Mart
27 E. Illinois Street
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Hey how are you doing would you check out this photo and vote on it and let me know what you think of it????
highlight copy and paste in the ulr and my photo willpop up
Added by Ricco J.L.Martello on April 1, 2009 at 3:02am —
THERE ARE SPAM-BOTS GOING THROUGH ALL THE NING NETWORKS AND THEY ARE CAUSING HAVOC. YOU HAVE TO SET YOUR NETWORK FOR MEMBERS TO BE APPROVED. SOME NC'S ARE REPORTING THAT THEY CAN NOT DELETE THESES SPAM-BOTS BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT PEOPLE, BUT A MALICIOUS PROGRAM.
This announcement appeared on another Ning site. We have been attacked by a SB named Karen Leon
posting a comment to visit a particular site for free ringtones. We have successfully been able to delete these pages which… Continue
Added by Dr. Nelson Harrison on April 1, 2009 at 1:50am —
Obituary: Daniel 'Danny Conn' Constable / Versatile jazz trumpeter
June 13, 1928 - Nov. 2, 2006
Friday, November 03, 2006
By Nate Guidry, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Danny Conn, a lyrical and versatile trumpeter whose self-effacing style provided the perfect accompaniment to everyone from 1950s burlesque dancers to Frank Sinatra, died yesterday from complications related to thyroid cancer. He was 78.
"He was such a strong player," said… Continue
Added by Michael A. Constable on April 1, 2009 at 1:30am —
By Basil Walters Observer staff reporter
Friday, March 20, 2009
With an increasing number of local entertainers becoming more caring and reaching out to the less fortunate among their fellowmen, recording artiste, vocalist/musician and producer Benjy Myaz once more strikes the right chord.
Myaz.... it's within my mission statement to help autistic kids in Jamaica, those talented ones
Joining the growing list of Jamaican artistes who are a part of the trend of going beyond… Continue
Added by Benjy Myaz on March 31, 2009 at 2:00pm —
I just saw this information and wanted to pass it on.
The National Jazz Workshop 2009
Sunday 19 July - Friday 24 July
Shenandoah University located in Winchester, VA.
Offering three tracks of study, this innovative and inexpensive jazz workshop meets the needs of students ages 13 and up, educators, and professionals alike. With a core faculty from The US Army Blues Jazz Ensemble, participants of all levels will have the option to… Continue
Added by Kevin Amos on March 30, 2009 at 6:45pm —
Concert Friday April 6, 2009 7:00 p.m.
Check out www.trinityjazz.com
See you there!
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Think of the possibilities
Added by Jere B on March 30, 2009 at 6:36pm —
Jazz will be the soundtrack for art, literature and Black History Month this evening at the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild in the North Side.
Taken together, the music and the images will provide "jazz you can see and art you can hear," says Marty Ashby, program director at the Guild.
The event is a reception for artists of works in the "Seeing Jazz: A Tribute to the Masters" exhibit now on display at the Guild's Connie Kerr Gallery and the North Lobby.
Added by Harold Betters on March 29, 2009 at 8:21pm —
A mile a minute (Monday morning discussion with the son)
Hi, good morning and a howdy good day.
How was your slumber how was the rest.
Green red or blue ~I’m thinking of a number?
Wow look at the squirrel on the fence.
I pick red as my favorite color .
What ? The number, why its 4 of course.
Hay dad, I mean mom, sorry, can I fly if my arms go like this?
I would like over-easy they taste the best.
Boy I’m tired I could go back to… Continue
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here's some links :
or just google "Eric Johnson… Continue
Added by Dan Wasson on March 28, 2009 at 8:14pm —
Monterey Jazz Festival's Next Generation Festival
Hosts Country's Top Young Jazz Musicians
April 3 – 5, 2009 In Downtown Monterey
57 Big Bands, Combos, And Vocal Ensembles
From 6 States Compete For Spot On MJF Stages
47 Bands From 14 Counties In California Are Finalists
Special Appearances By Student Groups From Japan and England
Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Members Saxophonist… Continue
Added by Magdalena Vaida on March 28, 2009 at 6:56am —
Miles Davis’ 1987 concert in Munich is being released on DVD as That’s What Happened: Live In Germany (Eagle Rock Entertainment) on April 28.
The 90-minutes of concert footage features staples from Davis’ late ’80s concert repertoire, including his takes on Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature” and Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time.” Other tracks include the “One Phone Call / Street Scenes / That’s What Happened” medley, “New Blues,” “Tutu” and… Continue
Added by Magdalena Vaida on March 28, 2009 at 6:41am —
Unlimited download of Movies, Songs, Videos!!
Complete the following form and join over 30 million satisfied members enjoying our superior downloading software, linked to the largest networks on the planet! You get unlimited access 24 hours a day!… Continue
Added by Karoly Domonyi on March 28, 2009 at 6:29am —
Allana Madyun, born in Pittsburgh, Pa., is an actress, educator, motivational speaker and interpretive Dancer. But writing and poetry is what truly moves her.
Always advancing artistically, Allana is ready and willing to share her poetry and writings with the world.
Rob Juice, from Chicago, Illinois, started playing the trumpet and writing music in the 7th… Continue
Added by Magdalena Vaida on March 28, 2009 at 6:29am —
We just received word that we've been nominated for the following 2009 Detroit Music Awards:
Outstanding Jazz Recording: "Good Hair"
Outstanding World Artist/Group
And our own JoVia Armstrong has been nominated as:
Outstanding World/Reggae/Ska Instrumentalist
We are very excited that our work is being recognized. If you are a member of the Detroit Music Awards, please consider a vote for Musique Noire!
Added by Musique Noire on March 28, 2009 at 12:09am —
Those of you of a certain age who are natives of the Mon Valley will remember when we didn't have GetGo or Sheetz, or even 7-Eleven in most of the area. (I can think of only a handful until recently, when 7-Eleven took over a bunch of locations from other companies.) We had "Stop-N-Go," "Open Pantry," "Spee-D Mart," "Clover Farm Stores" and even a few "Li'l General" stores.
The Clover Farms were little full-service… Continue
Added by Harold Betters on March 27, 2009 at 5:11am —
With the trumpet at his lips
Has dark moons of weariness
Beneath his eyes
Where the smoldering memory
Of slave ships
Blazed to the crack of whips
About his thighs...
From the trumpet at his lips
Mixed with fire.
From the trumpet at his lips
Distilled from old… Continue
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