• nancywilsonWEB.jpg

    Nancy Wilson (1937-2018)

  • KennyWerner_Alessandra-Freguja.jpg

    ​Kenny Werner

  • Teddy_Willson_WEB.jpg

    Pianist Teddy Wilson (1912–1986)

  • LynneArrialecreditJuanCarlosVillarroel_HIST.jpg

    Pianist and bandleader Lynne Arriale once told a journalist: “Jazz should not be only for jazz lovers.”

  • RandyWeston_Katz_D8C1231a.jpg

    Randy Weston at The New School in New York

  • EricDolphy_WEB.jpg

    Eric Dolphy (1928–1964)

  • jbruce_creditMarekHoffmann.jpg

    Jack Bruce (1943-2014) continued playing jazz and blues while performing in Cream during the 1960s.

  • William_Parker_WEB.jpg

    Bassist William Parker is reaching an audience beyond the commercially restrictive categorization he refers to as the “avant-garde ghetto.”

  • Benny-Golson-7_credit_Oliver_Rossberg_WEB.jpg

    In addition to making significant contributions to the jazz canon’s batch of standards, saxophonist Benny Golson appeared in a pair of films and was photographed in “A Great Day In Harlem.”

  • MarianMCP_MaryLouWilliams_WEB.jpg

    Marian McPartland and Mary Lou Williams in 1978, about 14 years after the two spoke for “Mary Lou Williams: Into The Sun,” which originally was published in DownBeat on Aug. 27, 1964.

  • Page 3 of 6 pages  < 1 2 3 4 5 >  Last ›