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The 16th Rosslyn Jazz Festival Presents Larry Coryell, Nicholas Payton, Hiromi and Vanessa Rubin PDF Print
Written by Ronaldo Oregano   
Monday, 07 August 2006
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Hiromi
The 16th Annual Rosslyn Jazz Festival features yet another world class lineup of today's headline jazz artists on Saturday, September 9th, from 1:00pm until 7:00pm. Grammy Award-winning trumpeter Nicholas Payton, the sophisticated vocal stylings of Vanessa Rubin & Her Trio, the plugged-in, jazz-fusion of The Larry Coryell, Victor Bailey & LennyWhite Trio, and the sensational piano protégée of Ahmad Jamal, Hiromi. Cited among our region’s standout jazz festivals by JazzTimes magazine (Jan/Feb, 2006), the Event occurs in Rosslyn’s Gateway Park, (N. Lynn Street and Lee Highway), in Arlington. It is FREE and open to the Public!

Thr 27-year-old pianist, Hiromi has impressed such notables as Oscar Peterson, Chick Corea and Ahmad Jamal (who now manages her career). Hher Telarc debut (Another Mind) in 2003 and the two that followed (Brain in 2004; Spiral in 2005) have had received critical aclaim. Says mentor/producer/manager Jamal, "Hiromi is changing the musical landscape. Her music, charm and spirit let her soar to unimaginable heights. She is nothing short of amazing." A native of Shizuoka, Japan, Hiromi started playing piano at age 5, was performing in public by age 12, and at 14 performed with the Czech Philharmonic. She eventually enrolled at Berklee in Boston, and has been touring the world, performing for sell-out crowds ever since.
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28th Annual Chicago Jazz Festival 8/31 - 9/3 PDF Print
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 02 August 2006
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Kurt Elling
There is something for everyone at Chicago's 28th jazz festival in Grant Park, including jazz giants like Lee Konitz, Joe Lovano, Joey DeFrancesco, Joshua Redman Quartet, Kurt Elling, Ari Brown, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Malachi Thompson & Africa Brass, Nneena Freelon, and Charlie Hunter. New Orleans will be represented by Dr Michael Whites's Liberty band and the Rebirth Brass Band. The music on Friday, Saturday and Sunday is free to all.

Two nonet's are on the schedule for the week-end. The Joe Lovano Nonet honors the past as it revisits Miles Davis' "Birth of the Cool" on Saturday. On Sunday, Lee Konitz, who was in the original "Birth of the Cool" nonet, will perform in a Nonet directed by international composer/saxophonist Ohad Talmor exploring the musical frontier with new Konitz originals expertly arranged by Ohad Talmor.The Lee Konitz New Nonet features Lee Konitz, Ohad Talmor-Russ Johnson, Jacob Garchik-Oscar Noriega, Denis Lee, Greg Heffernan, Bob Bowen, Pete McCann, and Matt Wilson. Complete schedule for the 28th Annual Chicago Jazz Festival follows:

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The 27th Annual Detroit International Jazz Festival 2006 - Music, Fireworks and more! PDF Print
Written by Ronaldo Oregano   
Wednesday, 02 August 2006
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Buckwheat Zydeco

Some of the musical highlights of the 2006 Detroit Jazz Festival include an explosive opening evening Friday featuring The Funk Brothers and Temptations Revue starring Dennis Edwards at Campus Martius Park, Taj Mahal, Joan Osborne, Sergio Mendes and Brazil 2006, Ahmad Jamal, the Lewis Nash Quartet in a tribute to Tommy Flanagan, Richie Havens, Dr John, Diane Schuur, Lou Donaldson w/Dr. Lonnie Smith, the Holmes Brothers, Buckwheat Zydeco, Joe Locke, Mose Allison, Marcia Ball, Gerald Wilson Big Band and more. (A complete schedule follows).

The 27th Annual Detroit International Jazz Festival will close both directions of Woodward Avenue from Hart Plaza to Campus Martius, presenting over 100 musical acts on six stages. Last year the festival expanded from its core jazz programming to embrace more musical forms on more stages; Blues, Gospel, R&B, Zydeco, and of course, a liberal helping of Motown soul. The city rejoiced, delivering record attendance and concession sales for the festival.
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Newport Jazz Festival 8/11-13 2006 - Complete Lineup PDF Print
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Monday, 31 July 2006
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Eric Kamau Gravatt © Andrea Canter
From its inception, the Newport Jazz Festival has been known for bringing in performers who represent diversity and excellence in jazz, America's only original musical genre. The line-up for the JVC Jazz Festival - Newport, RI, to be held August 11 - 13 includes the McCoy Tyner Impulse Records All-star Sextet with Donald Harrison, Wallace Roney, Steve Turre, Charnett Moffett, Eric Gravatt & Eric Alexander; the powerhouse duo of Eddie Palmieri & Brian Lynch; and Jenny Scheinman, whose album was considered one of the best of the year by the New York Times, have been added to an already star-studded roster," said Wein. George Benson, Al Jarreau, Dave Brubeck are just a few of the other artists that are part of the 52nd year of the famed Newport Jazz Festival, now sponsored by JVC.

George Wein, 80-years old, has produced the festival since it's inception in 1954, added, "I'm as proud of the 2006 JVC Jazz Festival Newport as any event I've ever created. It represents a total picture of what the jazz scene is in America today."
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6th Annual Satchmo SummerFest in New Orleans 8/3-6 PDF Print
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Friday, 28 July 2006
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Kermit Ruffins © Andrea Canter
The coolest festival in the Crescent City features the hottest jazz around! The sixth annual Satchmo SummerFest, a four-day event celebrating the lasting influence of jazz icon, international cultural ambassador and native son, Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong, will be held August 3 – August 6, 2006.

Due to the damaging effects of Hurricane Katrina the U.S. Mint is unable to host Satchmo SummerFest in 2006 as it did in previous years. In light of that the French Market has graciously donated space between Ursulines and Barracks Street for Satchmo SummerFest. Festival-goers will again enjoy what makes Satchmo SummerFest so special - free jazz performances, delicious local cuisine in Red Bean Alley, educating seminars, children's activities, art exhibits, a "Satchmo Club Strut," a very special evening concert, a Jazz Mass and authentic second-line parade, and much more. With so many festivities planned, it's no wonder why Satchmo SummerFest has quickly become a summertime favorite and one of the Southeast Tourism Society's Top 20 Events.

Complete schedule follows. For more information, call (800) 673-5725, (504) 522-5730, or visit www.fqfi.org for more info.
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8th Annual Southside Shuffle Blues & Jazz Festival 9/8-10 Mississauga, Ontario PDF Print
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Wednesday, 26 July 2006
Mississauga’s Blues & Jazz Festival, The Southside Shuffle, celebrates their 8th year with a stellar Mainstage lineup, an abundance of events and venues ensuring 2006 to be their best year yet.  The festival takes place on September 8th, 9th, 10th at Memorial Park, Lakeshore Rd (just west of Hurontario) Mississauga, Ontario.
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Headlining the Southside Shuffle Mainstage is three of Canada’s music icons.  Former front man for Blood Sweat & Tears, Mr. David Clayton Thomas, with his new 11 pc powerhouse band featuring some of Canada’s finest jazz musicians.   Toronto’s own, Jeff Healey and The Jazz Wizards. Popular for his hard Blues/Rock music, Jeff takes a new direction, providing fans with not only his signature guitar technique but with his talents as a trumpet and trombone player.  Then what would the Southside Shuffle Festival be without another Canadian favourite, the legendary Downchild Blues Band.  35 years and still going strong, Downchild is a guaranteed good time.
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