guests on KTGB’s weekly Eight One Sextet program.
*Bobby Watson’s concert at Legacy Park Amphitheater was documented by Joe Dimino.
*Ralph Caro, the interim director of the American Jazz Museum discusses his background and his goals for the institution in a 23-minute video.
*David Valdez was interviewed by Joe Dimino.
*Dan Thomas performed on a television talk show to promote the Prairie Village Jazz Festival.
*Downbeat reports on Jon Poses’ We Always Swing series in Columbia, Missouri, and reveals the lineup of the 2019-20 season.
*NPR published a lengthy essay about Mary Lou Williams.
*Tweet o’ the Week: Doug Maltby- Pat Metheny and Side Eye live at the Dakota tonight...amazing. The woman front and center came from Costa Rica for the show!
*From a press release: The Italian jazz piano maestro and composer Dino Massa returns to Kansas City to perform and record original music with his long-time friend, saxophonist/composer Christopher Burnett and an all-star ensemble of KC-based jazz musicians. Burnett and Massa have written original music to perform in concert at Westport Coffeehouse on Wednesday (March 11, 2020) and to record at BRC Audio Productions in sessions on Thursday and Friday (March 12-13, 2020). The new album will be released on the ARC label.
(Original image by Plastic Sax.)