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July 2013

July 2013

The Blues Broads - Angela Strehli, Dorothy Morrison, Annie Sampson, Tracy Nelson - are featured in the July 2013 issue of Jazz Inside Magazine (print and digital). This expanded 80-page issue of Jazz Inside Magazine also features comprehensive interviews with Jimmy Heath, Albert "Tootie" Heath, Phil Woods, saxophonist Brian Landrus, James Carter, Chris Potter, and more. Vocalist/percussionist Eric Frazier talks about the Fort Greene Jazz Festival in Brooklyn. This issue also includes the Jazz Birthday Gallery, an expanded CD Review section, and comprehensive calendar of hundreds of clubs, concert and event listings.


The Blues Broad
s - Angela Strehli, Dorothy Morrison, Annie Sampson, Tracy Nelson - are featured in the July 2013 issue of Jazz Inside Magazine (print and digital). In a detailed interview with Jerry Gordon (who is himself the former owner of Evidence Records, where he produced and released more than 350 blues and jazz albums) Angela Strehli talks about both The Blues Broads, as well as her experiences with iconic figures from B.B. King to Otis Rush, her recordings, club business experiences and more. The Blues Broads will be performing at The Iridium in New York, July 16-17.
 
This expanded 80-page issue of Jazz Inside Magazine also features comprehensive interviews with The Heath Brothers - Jimmy Heath & Albert "Tootie" Heath, Phil Woods by Ken Weiss, saxophonist Brian Landrus, James Carter, Chris Potter, trumpeter and Five Towns College educator Greg Bobulinski and vocalist Sarah Elizabeth Charles.

In the interview with drummer "Tootie" Heath, he discusses his early experiences playing with Thelonious Monk in Philadelphia.

"What I learned about Thelonious was that you needed to have a baroness as a friend, who owned a Rolls Royce, and who would bring you to work every night. And, then, when you got there, you could sit out in the car until it was time to hit ... The Baroness would drive him to Philadelphia from New York. They would sit out in front of the club smoking cigarettes, doing whatever they did until it was time to hit. Then he would come in with his hat and coat on. He never would take his hat or coat off. He just sat down started playing. Jimmy Bond and I had to figure out what it was he was playing - and Jimmy had to figure out what key he was in, and try to play along with him."
 
In the interview by Ken Weiss, saxophonist Phil Woods shares an array of his many experiences during his 60 year career - which includes performances and recordings with a who's who of jazz including Quincy Jones, Benny Goodman, Eric Dolphy, Charlie Parker, Clark Terry and Many others.

Woods confirms his aptitude to get right to the core: “One writer said, ‘Woods has two stories he always tells about Charlie Parker.’ And I said to myself – ‘I wonder if this guy had hung out with Shakespeare, wouldn’t he want to share that? Isn’t that a big deal?’ The stories demonstrate the generosity of Bird…”

Woods also reveals his confidence as well as his humility. He commented: “I wasn’t sure that I was equipped to be a good jazz artist until that session with Charlie Parker, when he leaned over and said, ‘Sounds real good, Phil.’”

Vocalist Nora McCarthy contributed a feature entitled "Remembering Joshua Wolff." Wollf was a New York-based pianist who accompanied numerous jazz vocalists over the past decade.
 
Eric Frazier talks about producing the fourth annual Fort Greene Jazz Festival in Brooklyn, which will be presented in two parts - the first edition on July 27 and the second part in September.

Jazz Inside's new Jazz Birthday Gallery for July features cool photos and backgrounders on numerous artists with July birthdays.
 
The newly expanded CD Review section features Antonio Adolfo; J.D. Allen; Andy Bey; George Benson; Terence Blanchard; The Blues Broads; Dewa Budjana; Marc Cary; Johnny Conga; The Fat Babies; Paolo Fresu; Bob James & David Sanborn; Roger Kellaway & Eddie Daniels; Frank Lacy; Brian Landrus; Joe Lovano; Rob Mazurek; Bob Mover; Odean Pope; Frank Rosaly; Akira Tana; Chucho Valdés; Ben Wendel & Dan Tepfer; Mike Wofford; The Wrong Object.
 
As New York’s only monthly jazz and improvisational music magazine, and impressively printed in color, on premium glossy paper, each issue is jam-packed with features, signature in-depth interviews, comprehensive reviews, compelling photos and a calendar of hundreds of New York area jazz concert, club and event listings. Jazz Inside Magazine, published monthly is available in print at numerous locations throughout the New York metro area, by paid subscription, and as a digital download.
 
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Jazz Inside Magazine is published monthly and is also available in print, and is available complimentary at scores of locations around the New York metro area, at growing numbers of locations around the USA, and by paid subscription.
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