10 Albums Released In 1959 That Changed Jazz Forever

The year 1959 began with news that shook the world. On January 2, 1959, the Soviet Union rocketed the Lunik 1 space capsule into the sky. Awakening a new conscious in the world that included dual aspects of the promise of space travel and an increase threat from the Cold War. The year 1959 also […]

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Revered Jazz Artist And Pioneer Reynold Scott Passes

Rey Scott, JazzBuffalo

The Buffalo community of jazz musicians and fans, especially avant-garde enthusiast, were saddened by the sudden news of the death of a long-time revered figure in the local, as well as, the national jazz scene.  Reynold Scott noted for his baritone saxophone and multi-instrumental excellence, died this past week at the age of seventy-four.  Resulting […]

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Jazz In Town: A Little Bit Of Sun Ra

While the area is still awaiting the sun and warmth of spring, a member of the historic jazz group, Sun Ra Arkestra, will be performing in town on Saturday, May 3rd.  Reynold Scott, a Buffalo native as well as baritone and flute extraordinaire, will be making an appearance at PAUSA Art House beginning at 8pm.  […]

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