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There was a roadhouse built in the late 1940s located just on the Illinois side of the state line near the little town of Dyer,
The 20th Evergreen Jazz Festival, held July 28-30 in Evergreen, Colorado, continued the event’s reputation for presenting big talent in intimate venues with a scenic
Tom Brier received the 2023 Ragtime Outstanding Achievement Award from the Scott Joplin International Ragtime Foundation. He is an extremely popular California pianist, composer, collector,
TST: Gary, your previous books were about American history but The Tunesmith is a book about your grandfather. It’s so different from your other books.
For some time now I have been wanting to write about the prodigious work of Bill Edwards of Ashburn, Virginia. (However, I learned he had
Supper at Six, a rare short film featuring singing sisters Ethel and Dorothea Ponce, is set to be screened for the first time since its
Like most jazz musicians, I would guess, some bands that I played with experienced off-the-wall encounters that left us shaking our heads—or wringing our hands!
During her band’s heyday from 1976 to 1992 in Upstate New York, Peggy Haine became as well-known for her spectacular entrances as she was for
Woof Woof It was July, 1990 at the Bix Fest that NGJB first heard the very popular Uncle Yoke’s Black Dog Jazz Band. The Gassers
On April 18, The Syncopated Times reported that its GoFundMe campaign had received donations over the amount of $15,000, surpassing one-quarter of the $60,000 it
Andy Senior, Publisher and Editor of The Syncopated Times, has launched a GoFundMe fundraising campaign to shore up the paper’s finances prior to converting the entity
The Doc Brown Memorial Committee, headed by Galen Wilkes, is seeking donations to raise funds to mark the grave of the Kansas City champion cakewalker.
The Directors of AFCDJS in San Diego have decided to discontinue their annual Jazz Festival and to suspend monthly concerts. Since 1980, the San Diego