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    Bill Ortiz’s diverse new album Points Of View is a blend of fusion, Latin bravado and straight-up crazy jazz chops.

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    “I always let the music lead me, and it’s led me to a really rich life,” Hilton said.

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    “I know that tensions are high and emotions are intense right now, but the beauty of music is beyond words,” Arriale said.

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    The Roxy Coss Quintet proves to be much more than the sum of its Disparate Parts, an aptly named new album on Outside in Music.

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    DakhaBrakha performs at New Orleans Jazz Fest

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    Cameron Kimbrough and Damien “Yella P” Pearson are Memphissippi Sounds.

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    New Orleans readies for this year’s return of the Jazz & Heritage Festival.

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    This year’s New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has been canceled. It was scheduled to take place in October.

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    Helen Gillet performing at the Broadside as part of outdoor programming by SideBar in New Orleans during the pandemic.

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    Drummer Viola Smith died Oct. 21 at the age of 107 in Costa Mesa, California.

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    Copenhagen’s Jazzhus Montmartre received no-strings-attached grant funding from its local city council, enabling the venue to soldier on amid the protracted coronavirus pandemic.

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    New Orleans saxophonist Kidd Jordan said he once saw John Cage and Louis Armstrong perform on the same night.

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    Dr. John (1941–2019)

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    Before she staked her claim on the Central Avenue jazz scene in Los Angeles, trumpeter Clora Bryant was a featured soloist in the International Sweethearts of Rhythm.

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    Released in conjunction with a companion video series, Roxy Coss’ Quintet draws from her entire catalog and ranks as the the follow-up to The Future Is Female, the bandleader’s provocative response to the 2016 elections.

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    Drummer Adonis Rose has big plans for the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra’s next chapter.


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