Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Confirmation: Weekly News & Notes
*A free download of the Black House Improvisors' Collective's December 10 performance (image above) is available here.
*A new Interstring recording is noted by Joe Klopus.
*KCJazzLark endorses five albums by Kansas City jazz artists.
*Steve Penn provides a recap of the trip Bobby Watson and his UMKC students took to Japan.
*Robert Folsom reviewed Kenny G's concert at the Midland Theater.
*Tony's Kansas City shares Plastic Sax's enthusiasm for Mark Lowrey.
*Lee Ingalls, a long-time advocate of Kansas City's jazz scene, sang "Fly Me To the Moon" last week.
*A self-appointed know-it-all wants the Kauffman Center to book Keith Jarrett and instead of Willie Nelson.
*Lee Hill Kavanaugh wrote a warm remembrance of Steve Herold.
*Tweet o' the Week: americanjazzkc: Tix are still available for NYE at the Blue Room with Bobby Watson, Pam Watson, Pearl Thuston-Brown, Soul's Poem & Gate's BBQ! 816-474-6262
(Original image of the Black House Improvisors' December 10 performance by Plastic Sax.)