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Jazz Music

Swinging Hard

After more than two decades as a jazz guitarist, Sheryl Bailey still invokes the name of a player who first inspired her love of the genre, but who died when she was just two years old.“I got into jazz when I was about 15. I...

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Fiery energy and spirit

Fate has a habit of steering flute and saxophone player Jane Bunnett in unexpected directions.If tendinitis hadn’t forced a break from her intense piano practice regime, for instance, she might not have gone to San Francisco and...

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Amsterdam to Tucson to Yukon

Cory Weeds credits the influential jazz label, Criss Cross Jazz, for his initial introduction to long-time friend and musical collaborator, David Hazeltine.In the mid-’90s, the Vancouver sax player, impresario and Juno-winning...

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Lucie D and the Immortals

There is a new sound in town! On Thursday June 21, Lucie D and the Immortals will debut their new EP, Les Thèmes de la Vie (Themes of Life), from 7 to 9 p.m. at Baked Café. The new collaborative band consists of Lucie...

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Taking Cues

When a band calls itself Peripheral Vision, you might be excused for thinking it’s a rock group, or possibly a folk/roots, or even bluegrass ensemble. But you’d be wrong.

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Tradition and values

The email said Jeremy Pelt was between engagements in Europe and China, with just a “sliver of time” of time for a phone interview from his New York City home.For the first few minutes, the answers were terse, non-committal,...

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