April 2017

Vol.2, No.4 April 2017

Features

Jazz Blooms at NYC’s Easter Parade, by Stephanie Robinson

The Four Freshmen: Always in Harmony, by Lew Shaw

Vinyl Record Dude Keeps Old Discs Circulating, by Lew Shaw

Pat Yankee: Nine Decades on Stage, by Randi Cee

Grugel and Gibbons, by Dean Norman

Columns

Jazz Birthday of the Month: Ella Fitzgerald, illustration by Gary Price

Static from my Attic, by Andy Senior

Final Chorus, compiled by Lew Shaw

Jazz Jottings, by Lew Shaw

Blowing off the Dust: Clyde McCoy brings the Sugar Blues, by Larry Melton

Festival Roundup, compiled by Russ Tarby

Jazz Travels: The Original Cornell Syncopators Mark 100 Years of Jazz, by Bill Hoffman

Ella Turns, by Scott Yanow

The Professor is IN: Jam Session Etiquette, by Adrian Cunningham

Reviews

The Syncopated Bookshelf, reviews by Russ Tarby and F. Norman Vickers

Ragged but Right: Black Traveling Shows, ‘Coon Songs,’ and the Dark Pathway to Blues and Jazz

Lift Every Voice: The History of African American Music by Burton W. Peretti

The Grand St. Stompers: Do the New York, band profile by Michael Steinman

Nights at the Turntable, album reviews Scott Yanow

The Grand Slam Sextet, concert review by Harvey Barkan

CD Reviews by F. Norman Vickers

Rebecca Kilgore and Bernd Lhotzky: This and That

Anders Bergcrantz: Soulfully Yours

Other News

100 Years of Jazz at Cornell, by Andy Senior

AZ Classic Jazz Fest Detailed Lineup, press release

Fillius Jazz Archive is Now Available Online, by Russ Tarby

Bix Museum Opening in July, by Lew Shaw

Glenn Crytzer Orchestra at Kola House April 10, by Andy Senior

“Among My Auctioneers” (song parody), by Andy Senior

Can You Dig It?, by Andy Senior

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