Terence Blanchard
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"Love your music Mr. Blanchard. Here is a painting I did of you."
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"I love your JAZZ!"
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Where are you located?
New Orleans
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Producer, Spoken Word Artist, Arranger, Composer, Fan
Tell us a little about your background...
Blanchard has established himself as one of the most influential jazz musicians and film score masters of his generation, a member of a jazz legacy that has shaped the contours of modern jazz today. With more than 29 albums to his credit, as a musician Blanchard is a multi-Grammy Award winner and nominee, winning earlier this year for his instrumental solo for “Be-Bop” on Live At The 2007 Monterey Jazz Festival. In addition to receiving the award, Blanchard performed live on the telecast along with other New Orleans artists including Lil’ Wayne, Allen Toussaint and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, who were all joined on-stage by singer Robin Thicke. In 2008, Blanchard also won a Grammy for his CD, A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina), a beautifully haunting and impassioned song cycle about Hurricane Katrina and the ravages incurred upon the City of New Orleans and its residents.

As a film composer, Blanchard has more than 50 scores to his credit and received a Golden Globe nomination for Spike Lee's “25th Hour.” In 2008 he completed the score for Lee's “Miracle at St. Anna,” as well as the soundtrack for Darnell Martin’s “Cadillac Records.” Other film music written by Blanchard includes Kasi Lemmons' “Eve's Bayou” and “Talk to Me,” Oprah Winfrey's “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” Tim Story's “Barbershop” and Ron Shelton's “Dark Blue.” He is currently working on the score for George Lucas’ “Red Tails” and has already completed musical contributions for the score on Disney’s “The Princess and the Frog,” set for release this fall.



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At 11:57am on February 8, 2016, Ken Joslin said…

Love your music Mr. Blanchard. Here is a painting I did of you.

At 3:50pm on March 9, 2015, Becky Schlueter said…

I love your JAZZ!

At 7:53am on June 22, 2012, Cres O'Neal said…

Thanks for such an inspirational and thought provoking interview interview Mr. B.  Had a wonderful time.  what a wonderful spirit you are!

At 2:22am on January 22, 2012, David Gee said…

Hey Mr. T how are you Bro. hope all is well Please drop by check me out Add your comment. Your Friend. David Gee.

At 5:17pm on October 21, 2010, M. Augusta Loureiro "Margusta" said…


Hello Terence

just left you the sunset of my Portugal, and wish you a lot of inspiration ( I'm in the picture)
Margusta
At 5:31am on August 20, 2010, dario Congedo said…
It's an honour to be here!
At 11:22am on February 7, 2010, A. London Arrington said…
Hey bruh, I love that joint that you did with Bilal!! Soulful!
At 8:57am on February 6, 2010, dirk amrein said…
At 6:20pm on November 20, 2009, D*** Metcalf, aka Rotcod Zzaj said…
wondering what you have in need of review... you'll certainly want to think about sending a copy of any such material you have my way... to discuss that, feel free to send me an email at zzajunique@hotmail.com or check the latest issue of my music review magazine (IMPROVIJAZZATION NATION) out at http://zzaj.freehostia.com
At 8:56pm on November 11, 2009, Marea Alta said…
Greetings from Caracas, Venezuela(visiting)
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