Highlights From The July Issue

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New in July

Image result for Michael FeinsteinMichael Feinstein is on our cover in a new interview conducted by Brian Sheridan.

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Jazz Birthday of the Month- Ivie Marie Anderson who sang with the 1930’s  Duke Ellington Orchestra

Image result for Bob CrosbyScott Yanow profiles the other Crosby.

Shelly Gallichio brings us the details of the recent Jazz Funeral held for cornetist Gary Church who passed in February.

We remember the entertainer. (And his name is Dan Levinson.)

The Festival Roundup highlights some events we’ve never featured before!

The Denver Youth All-Stars take New York by storm.

Adrian Cunningham muses about marriage.

Larry Melton reports from the Scott Joplin International Ragtime Festival in Sedalia Missouri.

Image result for 2018 intrepid battle of the bandsMusician and Funny-Man Ross Konikoff tries to keep up with the dancers on the Intrepid.

Joe Bebco continues to catch us up with hot CDs from New Orleans and reviews a book of jazz oral history.

Scott Yanow reviews some great new music and a jazz autobiography.

Lew Shaw previews the Mid-Summer Night Swing series.

Bill Hoffman reviews The Glen Crytzer Orchestra’s CD release party for their new double-disc Ain’t It Grand?

Image result for hot jazz saturday nightAndy Senior mourns the loss of legacy music programs from the public radio dial.

A new cartoon discovery from the golden age of jazz.

Apologies to Irving Berlin

 

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