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WTF Studio Session
WTF is a five-piece band from Minneapolis with jazz and indie rock influences and stylings. The leader of the band is Warren Thomas Fenzi; the band name is his initials. They just launched a kickstarter campaign to help release their upcoming debut album. He recently sat down with Justus Sanchez for an interview and performance.    ...
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Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’: “TajMo” (Concord) If I ruled the world, and it is decidedly a good thing that I do not, all my recording pipe dreams would bear fruit. Given two brilliant acoustic blues musicians for one recording session, for example, I’d insist that they keep it raw. To quote Jerry Seinfeld: “I’m...
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Regina Marie Williams
Regina Marie Williams: American Songbook When Regina Williams sings her songs, she is putting her spin on great renditions that she’s experienced. Regina covers a big swath of the Great American Songbook, and told Phil Nusbaum about her approach. “It starts with her eyes, transparent and luminous windows to her emotions. Whether with a baleful...
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Celebrate Summer at our annual  Jazz in the Vineyard Social, Sunday afternoon, August 6th ,  at Alexis Bailly Vineyard in Hastings! The gathering features a delightful lunch spread from Emily’s Bakery & Deli in Hastings, Sangria from Alexis Bailly and live Brazilian jazz performed by Pavel Jany and Ticket to Brasil. The social runs 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. and...
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Twin Cities Jazz Festival
Don’t miss a note of the 19th Annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival in Lowertown St. Paul, in and around Mears Park Thursday through Saturday June 22-24. The incredible lineup includes McCoy Tyner with Joshua Redman, Terence Blanchard, Anat Cohen, Bobby Lyle, Emmet Cohen, Oskar Stenmark and many, many more. Tune in for live broadcasts from...
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