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Jazz, Blues, & Alternate View – Part 3

Niecie Queen of the Hill album Ride the Tiger Records Detroit, Michigan born and bred singer-songwriter Niecie has always injected a hefty amount of blues and R&B...

Roasting Rock Stars In Their 70’s

This blog is intended to be tongue-in-cheek and light hearted, if you are offended, oh well… We celebrate The 70’s Club – aging rock ‘n’...

Classical & Jazz TV

Classical and jazz music is less common on network and cable TV as it us to be. Denying performing arts broadcast coverage is a...

My ‘Interview’ With Elmore Leonard

I was a bit anxious, sitting at the bar in Forte a very nice restaurant in Birmingham, Michigan. Elmore ‘Dutch’ Leonard had asked me...

Halloween Classical Music – Part Two

Night On Bald Mountain A demon orchestrates dancing ghosts at the Witch’s Sabbath on Bald Mountain. Dramatic music by Modest Mussorgsky (18939- 1881). It was...

Halloween Classical Music – Part One

Spice up your Halloween party or your Trick or Treat decorations with fun and spooky classical Halloween music. The Vampire Masquerade Count Dracula’s vampire masquerade...

“Higher”, new Michael Buble album

In case you haven’t heard, Crooner Michael Buble has a new album. It was released in March, 2022. He does the usual cover songs...

John Coltrane “My Favorite Things”

The John Coltrane Quartet album “My Favorite Things” in 1960 on Atlantic Records is considered one of the greatest jazz albums ever produced and...

Howard Glazer: Detroit Blues Maverick

It was the great McKinley Morganfield (aka Muddy Waters) who was famously quoted many years ago with, “the blues had a baby and they...

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