Tag Archives: Vibraphone
Some of the most popular figures in jazz history played the vibraphone, but the instruments champions still make up one of the more exclusive clubs via Jazz man Chris Dingman plays Bobby Hutcherson in new Bay Area shows – San … Continue reading
Mike Dillon’s music is not your granddaddy’s bebopping, finger-snapping, shades and beret, too-cool-for-school jazz. via Flagstaff Live.
WITH a good first set and a superlative second, Roger Beaujolais showed why he ranks highly amongst the worlds greats jazz vibraphone players. via Review: The Roger Beaujolais Quartet, The Victory Club, Cheltenham | This is Gloucestershire.
a rare and inspiring find, generating as much if not more than heat and inventiveness as some of the more padded out ensembles on this year’s line up via Nicolas Simion Group + Duo Plus, Rich Mix, London Jazz Festival.
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
Two of my favorite vibraphone artists on one concert. This video features Bobby Hutcherson & Joe Locke performing on a concert called “Homage to Milt Jackson” at the 2007 Jazz Baltica Festival. via “Homage to Milt Jackson” – Bag’s Groove … Continue reading
The jack o’lanterns haven’t even been moved off the porch yet, but vibraphonist and North Central jazz faculty member Brad Stirtz will include some holiday tunes in his 8 p.m. Nov. 2 concert in the College’s Madden Theatre. via Vibraphonist … Continue reading
Bobby Hutcherson, long regarded as one of the foremost jazz vibraphonists in the world, has usually been compared to Milt Jackson. That’s not totally fair –Hutcherson has travelled a more adventurous path than his mentor, spending time exploring experimental styles … Continue reading