7 Jazz Music Documentaries To Watch While Quarantined

Now is as good a time as any to catch up on jazz music documentaries you may have heard about. Documentaries that offer a glimpse into the lives of jazz musicians as well as pop musicians who have touched the fringes of jazz. A window into compelling stories that fill the air with intrigue and […]

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7 New Historical Jazz Collections That Will Make Great Holiday Gifts

With the advent of digital music streaming, it may seem the idea of jazz collections and box sets may not be as popular as in years past.  However, this may be a special year.  With some holiday gift jazz collections ideas for the discriminating jazz lover who will cherish such possessions. What makes these great […]

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Buffalo Jazz Guitarist Greg Millar Recalls Performing With Legends Charles Earland And Lee Morgan

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Greg Millar To Lead “A Tribute To The Mighty Burner, Charles Earland” Organist Charles Earland, who died in December of 1999, was called The Mighty Burner for his prolific, high energy, groove style of playing the Hammond B3 organ. He lit up the jazz world in the 1970’s and 1980’s and put the sounds of […]

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Jazz In Town: Father’s Day Celebrations

The theme for this weekend and week ahead is a celebration of Father’s Day.  Where jazz will be an integral part of paying tribute to Dads throughout the area.    JazzBuffalo Father’s Day Highlights A JazzBuffalo Father’s Day Celebration With My Cousin Tone’, Saturday, June 17 at 7:30 pm at Pausa Art Hous This Saturday, […]

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Jazz In Town: A Taste Of New Orleans

This coming week covers a full spectrum of jazz, from its’ roots to the progressive form of free jazz.  The multiple styles of jazz available in Greater Buffalo continue to expand and are second to none. Highlights BassDrumBone, Saturday, June 8th at 8 pm at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center Hallwalls follows up with their excellent […]

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