Synthesizer interfaces using laser projection are nothing new. Jean Michelle Jarre was famous for playing around with such devices back in the eighties when I was a kid. Lenovo are not the first tech company to play around with interactive projected control surfaces either. This review (below) would suggest that they have not cracked it. But […]
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“There’s something about the band’s witty, spirited gypsy folk-jazz that is so new and yet so familiar all at once.”–Washington Post Everything I’ve heard about this band makes me want to see them live. via Washington Post.
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 […]
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/
Global Village celebrates the birthday of gypsy jazz guitar great Django Reinhardt with music from the master himself via Global Village Celebrates The Birthday Of Django Reinhardt And Continues With The Best Of 2013 | KMUW.
“Even the cleaner who mopped your floor will get paid. ..The musician? Give him nothing”
Posted in american music, jazz, Jazz CD, live jazz, news, nyheder, Paul Harrison Band, Press, tagged meschiya, meschiya lake, new orleans on October 12, 2013 | Comments Off on 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 […]
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 […]
Posted in american music, jazz, live jazz, news, nyheder, Peter Williams, tagged Bebop, Bert Boeren, bop, Marko Martinovic, mikkel find, Peter Williams, Simon Thorsen on July 16, 2013 | Comments Off on New Bop Soup Tour being planned
We are now taking bookings for Bop Soup between the 11th and 15th of April 2014. This time we aim to suceed in booking enough gigs to get our friend and colleague Bert Boeren to come over from Holland and add his virtuoso trombone magic to an already remarkable quartet.