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Inaugural Florida Jazz and Blues Festival Set for This Weekend

"This festival will become an annual event that attracts world-renowned performers, as well as jazz and blues music lovers from across the region and country."

Breaking – The "Queen of Beale Street," Ruby Wilson Dead at 68

“She was an extraordinary ambassador for Memphis, and soul, and R&B and gospel."

Newly Discovered Film Emerges of Louis Armstrong in the Studio From 1959

"The film has spent the past six decades in private hands or in a storage locker. Not even the most diligent Armstrong researchers knew it existed."

Ana Popovic Scores a Hat Trick with "Trilogy"

With Trilogy, Popovic has created her masterpiece, one that critics and fans will find powerful, entertaining, and inspiring.

TBT – Miles Davis’ “Kind of Blue” is Still One of the Best Blues...

Davis had unshackled the band from the confines of the past, and told them to go forth and create. And create they did.

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Lonnie Johnson

Growin’ up in New Orleans, Lonnie Johnson learned to play music alongside his brothers and sisters. His dad, a violin player, brought up the family to play together. But after he lost all his kin to the Spanish Flu, Lonnie was on his own...

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Bessie Smith

A mean temper, with a mouth like a sailor, a penchant for whiskey, and a taste for both men and women, Bessie Smith lived a life that would drop the jaws of even the baddest rock star...

"Whiplash" a Powerful, Inspiring Tale of Unstoppable Musical Passion and Drive

When the credits rolled, the audience literally jumped out of their seats and clapped like they'd just been witness to history. This is a must-see movie for both music enthusiasts, non-Jazz lovers, and people who love great movies.
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