Mike Stern: Music is Endless

October 30, 2007

Since joining Blood, Sweat Tears at the tender age of 22, Mike Stern has proven himself to be among the finest guitarists of his generation. Later stints with iconic figures such as Billy Cobham, Miles Davis, Jaco Pastorious, David Sanborn, and the Brecker Brothers afforded Stern the opportunities to cement his reputation as a truly […]

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Joshua Redman: Contributing to the Collaborative Art Form

September 5, 2007

Since he emerged on the scene in the early ’90s, Joshua Redman has been one of the world’s most celebrated jazz musicians, releasing a number of acclaimed recordings and performing to sell-out crowds across the globe. The son of tenor great Dewey Redman, Joshua could be said to have been genetically predisposed towards musical achievement. […]

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A Conversation with…Trombonist Steve Wiest

June 21, 2007

Steve Wiest, the teacher, is also Steve Wiest, the eternal student. “What is it that Dizzy said?” he asks before answering: “‘The more I learn, the more I learn there is to learn.’ If Dizzy said that, then the rest of us have some work to do!” Today one of the country’s most sought-after clinicians, […]

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A Conversation with…Wynton Marsalis

March 8, 2007

Wynton Marsalis occupies a singular position in popular culture.The most famous member of “The First Family of Jazz” (son of Ellis Marsalis, brother of Branford, Delfeayo, and Jason) and, arguably, the most well known jazz musician alive, Wynton is also an occasional lightning rod for debate. While universally revered for his considerable talents and considered […]

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Dave Glasser: Continuing Tradition of Evolution

January 24, 2007
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