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If people come to one of our gigs and have never heard anything of this kind before and can take something away from it, that excites me,” says Lewis, who was nominated for a British Jazz Award in 2010 and … Continue reading
http://showgo.tv/yoshis/01/15/backstage-with-ron-carter-the-blue-note-plus-latin-jazz/ Ron Carter, Donald Harrison and Billy Cobham on the last night of their concert series.
Harris’ recordings include “A Cloud of Red Dust” 1998, “Black Action Figure” 1999, and recently, “Urbanus” 2009. His 2006 release “African Tarantella: Dances with Duke” featured his arrangements of compositions by Duke Ellington. Harris also is a member of the … Continue reading
Stuck in a hotel room in Colorado last week, Ron Carter was not happy with Hurricane Sandy. “I’m just trying to get through the day. It’s tough,” he said. “All of us had plans in New York.” via Ron Carter … Continue reading
The joint will be jumping when legendary jazz bassist Ron Carter brings his trio to Rose Lehrman Arts Center on Wednesday. via Jazz legend Ron Carter to perform in Harrisburg | PennLive.com.
Everyone knows the bassist Ron Carter. Hes is a legend and one of the most recorded jazz bassists in the world, featuring on over 2,500 albums, and was in town recently as part of JZs Masters Hall Concert Series. His 45 year … Continue reading
In Part 1 of our interview, vibes great Gary Burton discussed the history of the vibraphone in jazz, his development of the four-mallet approach to playing vibraphone, and his early years as a sideman. Part 2 starts off with a … Continue reading
Ron Carter on the evolution of jazz bass and how “guys are writing more difficult parts” these days – Denver – Music – Backbeat
Ron Carter has played on over 2,500 albums and secured a spot in jazz history as one of the worlds finest bassists. Doing much more than merely helping anchor the rhythm, Carter is quite the melodic master. via Ron Carter … Continue reading