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Experimental Music

Are there any artist that dig experimental and contemporary fusion in the network? If so, tell us about it.

Started by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

5 Sep 13, 2010
Reply by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

European Jazz

There is alot of great jazz coming out the Italy,France area-Creative fusion with a mix of African and East Indian music-Alot of it seems t…

Started by Curtis Wicks

2 Sep 6, 2010

Marketing to the New Generation

Hi everybody! I'm interested to know the best ways to market our music to a younger following. Post your suggestions. Lets collectively add…

Started by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

1 Oct 27, 2008
Reply by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

When Jass became Jazz

Jazz can't be defined because the "primative" music was largely ignored in the beginning, and wasn't considered as a serious genre of music…

Started by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

4 Sep 8, 2008
Reply by Jennifer Tracy Kessler~HALF PINT

WJZW Pulls the plug

This past week in Washington DC, jazz radio station 105.9 WJZW pulled the plug. This is the second major jazz station to close in the last…

Started by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

0 Mar 3, 2008

My reply to Wayne Cobham

Please excuse my rant... It's no surprise considering that jazz died 50 years ago with it's dance. There are a few of us that hold on to th…

Started by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

0 Feb 6, 2008

Where is the dance?

How is it that Miles was a teen when he was playing professionally. Dizzy was in his early twenties touring with a big band. However, today…

Started by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

0 Feb 1, 2008

Jazz and Hip Hop

As a younger jazz musician raised in the hip hop era, I find that a lot of my music contains elements of both. I know I'm not alone on this…

Started by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

4 Jan 17, 2008
Reply by The Velez Brothers

Dare to be different

Is it ok to be different in Jazz music without being murdered by critics? Some ppl say no. Others say only if you continuously play standar…

Started by Trumpeter Carlos Redman

0 Jan 17, 2008

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Members of the West Coast jazz and hip-hip group discuss SOL Development's debut album and the role music plays in community activism.

Nat King Cole Still Remains 'One Of The Great Gifts Of Nature' 100 Years Later

The jazz legend and barrier breaker was born on March 17, 1919 in Montgomery, Ala.

Place Your 'Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery' With The Comet Is Coming

The London trio, led by Shabaka Hutchings on reeds, liberates itself from received jazz wisdom, let alone any form of decorum.

Still Tippin': Solange At Home In Houston

Days after Solange dropped her visual album When I Get Home, the artist/auteur doubled down on her love for Houston by hosting screenings of the album's companion art film all across the city.

Welcome To Planet Kamasi Washington

The rules of musical gravity don't apply for the spirited saxophonist, composer and producer.

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