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The Line between Genius and Madness

If there is such a thing as a line between madness and genus, I believe I have found it: If I had a time machine, one of the first things I would do would be to go and catch a Roland Kirk gig. Enough said.

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The science of the double bass

Legend is a word that definitely applies to jazz double-bassist Ron Carter. He has performed on well over 2,000 recordings. Having risen to prominence with The Miles Davis Quintet, Carter has provided a solid base for such diverse artists as Cannonball Adderley, Lena Horne, B.B. King, The Kronos Quartet, Luther Vandross and A Tribe Called […]

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Bop Soup Featuring Bert Boeren

I am so looking forward to these gigs that I have been planning for over a year now. Getting good musicians and venues diaries to match up simply takes more effort than you could imagine. We have the finest of Copenhagen musicians: Mikkel Find (drums), Marko Martinovic (Piano) and Simon Thorsen (Tenor Sax). I will […]

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Sonny Rollins – Road Shows Vol. 3

Yet another live album from this Dinosaur of jazz. It’s due to hit the streets this May, and it features the first recording of Patanjali – an original Sonny Rollins composition. http://www.sonnyrollins.com/

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Music Clout – Simple and Solid Tips to Improve Your Sound During a Live Performance

Some good advice for controlling your live sound hear. Nothing specific, but information that every stage musician should be aware of. https://www.musicclout.com/contents/article-305-simple-and-solid-tips-to-improve-your-sound-during-a-live-performance.aspx

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Peter Williams’ 2econd Nature in København K on 19/11/13

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10 things you should know about Meschiya Lake

Her modest height combined with her great gift for music makes her, along with Reese Witherspoon and Truman Capote, one of the most concentrated sources of talent ever to grace the streets of New Orleans She has travelled the world, not just as a singer, but as a circus performer As a circus performer she would […]

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10 things you should know about Reve Boheme

Reve Boheme have been at the forefront of the Danish Gypsy Jazz scene for well over a decade. Django Reinhardt visited Copenhagen just before the outbreak of World War II (I don’t mean to imply it was his fault), and must have left a strong impression, as the music is still alive and well there […]

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Paul Harrison Band in Horsens on 25/10/13

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Paul Harrison Band in Løkken on 23/10/13

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