October 2010 Blog Posts (30)

Tommie Brewster - Act Against Injustice - fighting Child Trafficking around the world



I've supported Act Against Injustice for a long while and the plan to put out a major compilation album to raise funds; I have also written the song that will be released by this charity.

They asked me if I would be an official Ambassador for

them - a…

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Added by tommie brewster on October 9, 2010 at 12:24am — No Comments

Tommie Talks Music to Kathleen Gorman - jazz pianist/vocalist/songwriter

This week on Tommie Talks Music on Womens Radio my guest is Kathleen Gorman, stylish

and very talented pianist/vocalist/composer - it was a delight to really talk music with her

and we actually could have continued for much, much longer.…

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Added by tommie brewster on October 9, 2010 at 12:00am — No Comments

Looking for {1} Black female vocalist & pianist for Asia gig

Hello

Huff Productions & entertainment is currently looking for one {1} black female vocalist & Pianist that can perform various styles of music to do a Japan gig. Must contact us ASAP as these gig offers go very fast. contact us directly at: Huffproductions@yahoo.com.

Please send MP3s / Photos / song list and passport availability. also your contact phone #...remember, we are looking for a "SOLO" act…

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Added by C. Huff on October 8, 2010 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Jazz the beat

Jazz is on the cusp of a decline in listening audience but it remains at the cutting edge. With new and innovative sounds such as the sounds of pianist Gerri Allen who recently teamed with Oliver Lake at Yoshi's in Oakland. That was something else. That was a thourghly enjoyable set. Maurice

Added by Maurice Welsh on October 7, 2010 at 11:45am — No Comments

THE JAZZ LABRATORY

I HAVE A NEW PODCAST,HTTP://JAZZLABORATORY.PODOMATIC.COM ENJOY!!

Added by Laurence Smith on October 7, 2010 at 6:44am — No Comments

real life

JPG-files for printing (h1000/w900 pix.).2010

Added by dima27 on October 7, 2010 at 3:08am — No Comments

Continuum: A Journey Through Jazz #25 - "Autumn Serenade"

Soulandjazz.com Presents:
Continuum - A Journey Through Jazz
Episode 25: Autumn Serenade


Hosted…
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Added by J. Scott Fugate on October 5, 2010 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Stomping at the Savoy

Hey, not really, but I remember those days as a young man hearing the jazz of my time. I remember being in Japan and seeing and enjoying Lionel Hampton and Blue Mitchell there. Never thought then that today I would be in the company and earshot of the Jazz Network's outstanding musicians, singers who continue to embellish the jazz world with their talents. I feel like I am in honored company on this site.

Added by Thomas Hughes on October 3, 2010 at 10:54pm — No Comments

Singer Tony Adamo Reviewed By Ken Spellman-Soundcheckny Radio

Singer/songwriter Tony Adamo and his producer/guitarist Jerry Stucker have re-grooved the Tower of Power (TOP) songs "What Is Hip" and "This Time It’s Real," and have added their unmistakable smooth groove to these TOP hit classics. Adamo and Stucker have reimagined "What Is Hip" in a totally fresh and hip style that pays homage to, but never attempts to duplicate, the classic Tower of Power original.



"What Is Hip" is a pleasant and refreshing project that reflects back on a legendary… Continue

Added by Tony Adamo on October 3, 2010 at 4:26pm — No Comments

Tommie Talks Music with Neill Newton of Global Flying Hospitals



This week on my show Tomme Talks Music on Womens Radio my guest is

Neill Newton, the founder and inspiration behind Global Flying Hospitals, a

charity that facilitates expert medical help around the world where its needed

the most.

I've been a supporter of…

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Added by tommie brewster on October 2, 2010 at 12:05am — No Comments

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