St. Louis Jazz

It’s the start of another new month, which means it’s time once again to check in on StLJN”s sibling site Heliocentric Worlds, where each day there’s posted a new online music video, drawing on genres including jazz, blues, soul, funk, classic rock, prog rock, experimental, and more. The five most-watched videos added to the site […]

Here’s StLJN’s latest wrap-up of assorted links and short news items of local interest: * Trumpeter Jim Manley (pictured) was the featured guest on the most recent episode of brass manufacturer Stomvi USA’s “Schools of Thought” webcast. * Syncopated Times this week published a review of Cool It If You Can, the most recent album […]

Jazz St. Louis and the Kranzberg Arts Foundation have announced a new concert series called Open Air, which will bring live music back to the Grand Center district on Friday and Saturday nights starting in August and continuing through October. The series will take place in what’s described as “a spacious, covered, outdoor area” next […]

Sunday Session: July 26, 2020 Charles Tolliver Here’s this week’s roundup of various music-related items of interest: * Soft Machine today (TheBlueMoment.com)* Emitt Rhodes, RIP (BrooklynVegan.com)* After The All-Stars: Live At The Lighthouse 1960-1972 (WFIU)* Of “St. James Infirmary” and COVID-19 (Jazz Times)* Wynton Marsalis On The Future Of New York City (Gothamist.com)* Charles Tolliver: […]

Here’s StLJN’s latest wrap-up of assorted links and short news items of local interest: * Bassist Jahmal Nichols (pictured) was interviewed by NoTreble.com. * Drummer Dave Weckl and his wife, vocalist Clivia Tanisi, were featured on the latest episode of Jazziz magazine’s “Last Call” web series. * Guitarist Brian Vaccaro was the guest on the […]

Here’s StLJN’s latest wrap-up of assorted links and short news items of local interest: * Drummer and educator Bernard Long Jr. has been named to the Percussive Arts Society‘s Education Committee for 2020-21. Long is band director at Normandy High School and also teaches at Lindenwood University. * HEAL Center for the Arts, the not-for-profit […]

Here’s StLJN’s latest wrap-up of assorted links and short news items of local interest * Trumpeter Keyon Harrold (pictured) was the featured guest on a recent episode of “Folded Space with Tony Minvielle” on the UK’s JazzFM network. * Keyboardist Michael Silverman and keyboardist/producer Jeff Lorber appeared last week on Jazziz magazine’s “Last Call” video […]

Matthew Shipp Here’s this week’s roundup of various music-related items of interest: * Terence Blanchard Addresses The Past Through Work With Spike Lee And Preps For Brighter Future (DownBeat)* Sun Ra: ‘I’m Everything and Nothing’ (New York Review of Books)* A Trademark Attorney Explains Why the Former Lady Antebellum Is Suing the Black Singer Lady […]

Here’s StLJN’s latest wrap-up of assorted links and short news items of local interest: * The concert by singer and multi-instrumentalist Tonina that streamed live last Saturday from The Pageant now can be viewed online. * The Kranzberg Arts Foundation has published the results of their survey asking audience members about what would make them […]

It’s the start of another new month, and that means it’s time once again to check in on StLJN’s sibling site Heliocentric Worlds, where each day there’s posted a different music video, drawing on genres including jazz, blues, soul, funk, classic rock, prog rock, experimental and more. The five most-watched videos added to the site […]


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