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JAN Q&A: Michael Leonhart, Part II

Michael Leonhart Q&A for JAN By David R. Adler Inspired by the massive swarms of Painted Lady butterflies making their annual migrations across the globe, The Painted Lady Suite (Sunnyside) marks the recording debut of the 15-piece Michael Leonhart Orchestra, perhaps the most ambitious project to date from the multitalented trumpeter and composer Michael Leonhart. […]

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JAN Q&A: Michael Leonhart, Part I

Michael Leonhart Q&A for JAN By David R. Adler Inspired by the massive swarms of Painted Lady butterflies making their annual migrations across the globe, The Painted Lady Suite (Sunnyside) marks the recording debut of the 15-piece Michael Leonhart Orchestra, perhaps the most ambitious project to date from the multitalented trumpeter and composer Michael Leonhart. […]

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Review: Jon Irabagon – Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics

Artist: Jon Irabagon Album: Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics © Copyright 2018 – Irabbagast Reviewed By Scott Yanow Jazz Artistry Now – Jon Irabagon is probably best-known as the saxophonist with the unique band Mostly Other People Do The Killing. With that band, and often on his own projects, Mr. Irabagon shows both his mastery of […]

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Commentary 02.25.18

Jazz Artistry Now Editorial Commentary 02.25.18 Jazz Artistry Now – As we approach concluding the second decade of the 21st Century, I am coming to another place of appreciation for the information available to humanity via digital technologies and the Internet. The Internet changed the music industry in some of the ways people make money […]