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April 15 Jazz Artist of the Day: Paul Taylor

Paul Taylor is April 15 Jazz Artist of the Day.  Read about this talented jazz saxophonist below:

Website: http://paultaylorsax.com/

All Music: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/paul-taylor-mn0000066318

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April 14 Jazz Artist of the Day: Kellylee Evans

April 14 Jazz Artist of the Day is Kellylee Evans, a Canadian born jazz and soul music vocalist.  Read more about this talented artist below: 45 more words

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April 13 Jazz Artist of the Day: Marion Meadows

My belated posts on Jazz Artists for the April is Jazz Appreciation Month is slowly but surely coming!  April 13 Jazz Artist of the Day is Marion Meadows, saxophonist.   50 more words

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SiriusXM On Demand: M3 Metal Fest + Jazz Appreciation Month

Experience the scale from classic jazz to metal this week with Jazz Appreciation Month on Watercolors and the M3 Fest on Hair Nation. You can cleanse your palate between courses with “God/The President” himself (only in movies, of course), Morgan Freeman, on… 188 more words

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April 12 Jazz Artist of the day: Blanche Calloway

Blanche Calloway, the older sister of Cab Calloway, is April 12 Jazz Artist of the Day.  Read more about this talented and fascinating artist below. 60 more words

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Definitions and Semantics of #Jazz

It seems that most of my discussions about “jazz” usually begin and end with opinions and definitions as to what the word actually means.  Either people believe jazz to be a specific genre – one that they either like or hate – or they only know that they hate it without really being able to define it. 835 more words

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Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month with Great Music Books

All throughout April Duke University Press is celebrating Jazz Appreciation Month. Created by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History in 2002, Jazz Appreciation Month “is intended to stimulate the current jazz scene and encourage people of all ages to participate in jazz—to study the music, attend concerts, listen to jazz on radio and recordings, read books about jazz, and more.” We couldn’t agree more, especially the reading part! 287 more words

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