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Route 66 Song Of The Week:  Natalie Cole

Howdy, road music lovers! We’re overdue for an installment of our favorite road anthem, and this week it’s Natalie Cole’s turn. Given that her dad, … 416 more words

Route 66

Music, Music, Music: 6.10 - 6.16

Music, Music, Music. It’s a #1 song from 1949, sung by Teresa Brewer,  with the line, “All I want is loving you and music, music, music.” We are lucky enough to have plenty of music here in the Twin Cities. 1,566 more words

Weekly Preview

An Evening With Freddy Cole

When I read that Freddy Cole would appear at Regattabar, I knew I had to be in the audience. I never had the chance to see his famous older brother, Nat King, because I was too young when he died at a young age but I did not want to miss Freddy and have any regrets about it. 408 more words

The L-O-V-E of Nat King Cole

Since this column is being posted around Valentine’s Day I thought we would examine L-O-V-E. No, not the word “love” but the classic Nat King Cole record of 1964. 544 more words

Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire

Freddy Cole, jazz greatness

At 83 Freddy Cole still sits at the piano, in front of a microphone, playing his repertoire of songs.
The energy and experience of Nat King Cole’s brother is priceless, with a piano style inspired by John Lewis and Oscar Peterson, and a vocal style similar to other jazz greats such as Billy Eckstine. 6 more words

What´s On In Barcelona

A Jazz Brunch to heat up the atmosphere

Sunday was a glorious day and perfect for the launch of the first Jazz brunch of 2014 – check out the video – a short clip of what the atmosphere was like! 79 more words

Hotel Hauser

Atlanta Jazz Festival 2014: Preview - Sunday on the Main Stage

While Saturday’s Main Stage lineup at the Atlanta Jazz Festival is designed as a celebration of the artists of the 21st Century, the lineup that… 974 more words

Atlanta Jazz Festival