Celebrate Black History Month at SOPAC’s Herb + Milly Iris Gallery with photography by local notable, Patrick Hilaire. The Light exhibition [+Sound]exhibited from February 1 to 28, features 25 of Hilaire’s superb black and white portraits of jazz musicians. The late Grammy-winning jazz musician Roy Hargrove. Photo by Patrick HilaireRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

After serenading the world with his own brand of jazz for the past 18 months, Jim Clayton is looking forward to his first live concert in a long time. But it’s what the award-winning veteran jazz artist has been doing throughout COVID-19 that has won him applause from a gratefulRead More →

Dreher High School group principal Chris Lee, Dreher student Bryson Stakely and Richland One main group teacher Mary Lou Schweickert Musical instruments belonging to the late international jazz musician Roger Pemberton, who played with legends such as The Jackson 5, Judy Garland and Ray Charles, will continue to make musicRead More →

King Sukii , Associate Editor @KingSukii Susanna Osborne, more affectionately known as Sukii, is Associate Entertainment Editor for iOne Digital. The Spanish Harlem native started blogging in 2010 when she started covering hip-hop’s rising stars for GlobalGrind. Music (and entertainment in general) are areas Sukii continues to focus on asRead More →

No ordinary man (Canada) 80 mins. Stream online at the 2020 Vancouver International Film Festival from September 24 to October 7 on VIFF Connect We talk a lot about the importance of screen representation, but No ordinary man aims to vividly capture the emotional impact of acknowledging aspects of one’sRead More →

In the 1950s, some jazz musicians thought they couldn’t get that Charlie Parker “happy-sad feeling” without using drugs. So says a friend of saxophonist Frank Morgan in “Sound of Redemption”, a documentary that revels in joy despite some very sad events. Mr. Morgan was born into music. His father wasRead More →

The film delves into another association, with Joni Mitchell, whose albums ‘Hejira’, ‘Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter’ and ‘Mingus’ are unimaginable without Pastorius; calling him the bassist for these sessions somehow understates his role. Some of Pastorius’ most striking performance footage in film comes from Mrs. Mitchell’s 1979 tour with aRead More →