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A chance encounter at a Northern California house party Myles, née Parrish, was hosting back in ’07 connected him with future group-mate Kalin White. White was attending the party with a mutual friend and ended up teaching Parrish how to dance. After running into each other again at a screening of Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never rockumentary in ’11, the…

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Since its inception in 2000, Marshall Knights has served as the visionary and music director of the acclaimed Chicago based nine-piece ensemble, Zzaje’ (zah-JAY’). In addition to their own projects, throughout the years, Zzaje’s ability to showcase a cross section of soul, funk, jazz, hip-hop, rock and more has afforded the band the opportunity to play with some of the premier names in music, such as…

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Al Jarreau is still going strong at 74-years-old. The seven time Grammy Award Winner gave a masterful performance with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at Chastain Park Amphitheater in Atlanta. Jarreau performed hit selections from his vast catalog and music from his new album, My Old Friend, which is celebrating George Duke. Opening the evening was Marcus Miller an American jazz composer,…

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DJ Moonbaby returns to Turntable Tuesdays to give us her favorite 10 albums of the past year. 1. Robert Glasper – Black Radio 2 2. Tamar Braxton – Love & War 3. Bonobo – The North Borders 4. Beyoncé – Beyoncé 5. Jay Z – Magna Carta…Holy Grail 6. Drake – Nothing Was The Same 7.…

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If you thought it was hot outside over the Memorial day weekend in Atlanta,you should have ben in the  The Ellington Ballroom of Atlanta’s opulent Lowes Hotel on Saturday, May 27 where the music was sizzling and the mood was nothing short of exhilarating. The Atlanta Jazz Festival Late Night Jam with Friends was a…

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