Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Confirmation: Weekly News & Notes
*KC Jazz Lark reports on last week's Jazz Blogger's Tour of Kansas City.
*Hermon Mehari is part of the Kansas City Area Development Council's delegation in New York to sell "national lifestyle, travel, food and entertainment media" on the allure of Kansas City.
*Candace Evans' gig at Zona Rosa is recommended by The Pitch.
*The Kansas City Star reviewed performances by the duo of Charlie Hunter and Scott Amendola and Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey.
*The Pitch reports on the young couple who hope to restore the castle-like structure in the Jazz District.
*The Preservation Hall Jazz Band will perform at the VooDoo Lounge at Harrah's Casino on September 26.
*Joe Dimino of Neon Jazz interviewed Washington D.C. musician Lenny Marcus.
*Tweet o' the Week: Dennis P. Owens- A giant almost sat down in front of me. Jazz in the Woods
*Comment o' the Week: Chris Hazelton- The fact that they had anything even slightly resembling straight-ahead jazz is an improvement upon the last several years of this festival.
*From the American Jazz Museum: (Everette) DeVan recorded his latest studio album late last year, but his health slowed progress toward its release... He will celebrate the release of For the Love of You at The Blue Room on June 27th with a special guest lineup of performers who joined him on the album — drummer Danny Rojas, guitarist Matt Hopper, saxophonist Ian Corbett, and vibraphonist/AJM CEO Greg Carroll. The CD and other merchandise will be available for purchase at the show.
(Original image of Stanley Crouch and Chuck Haddix at the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center on June 19 by Plastic Sax.)
Posted by Happy In Bag at 11:29 AM
Labels: 18th and Vine, Candace Evans, Charlie Parker, Chris Hazelton, Chuck Haddix, Everette DeVan, Hermon Mehari, Jazz In the Woods, Kansas City
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