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    • 1.

      Live Music Dominates New Orleans Nightlife

      by Lee Breeze - 2006-12-09
      New Orleans is known as the birthplace of jazz, an honor the city prides itself in. From dim lit jazz clubs lining the city streets to its annual Jazz and Heritage Festival, New Orleans is a great Ame...
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      Jazz Piano Lessons - A Whole New Approach

      by Edward Weiss - 2006-12-19
      Jazz. Just the word alone sounds musical. If you're looking for jazz piano lessons and a new way to play jazz piano, read on!For the most part, jazz piano lessons begin with the study of chords. And t...
    • 3.

      Interview With Saxsinger, An Independent Jazz Musician

      by Tracy F. - 2006-12-23
      So, just who is Saxsinger? Originally from Detroit, MI and currently residing in San Antonio, Texas he is 39 year old Stanly Halaby II. He is married and is currently the full time care giver to his w...
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      Dancing Motivation In The New Year

      by Jenny Pemberton - 2007-01-25
      It is a new calendar year, but the dancing year is not yet halfway underway. The mid-year lag sets in. If you are a performing dancer, the excitement of the Nutcracker is passed, but the anticipation ...
    • 5.

      CD Story by Massive Attack

      by All The Lyrics Articles - 2007-01-26
      The Massive Attack is fairly coined one of the most successful bands of 1990s. They pose as founders of a music trend, often referred to as "trip-hop" and revolutionists in the music scene. Their m...
    • 6.

      Have a Band? Learn the Music Business!

      by Vincent Hely - 2007-02-01
      So you have a band and you think you're ready for the next level. You've written a good selection of songs, rehearsed, maybe even played a few gigs and they went well. More people than just your fri...
    • 7.

      Norah Jones "Not Too Late" - More Like her Debut than her Previous Effort

      by Jason Greiner - 2007-02-04
      It seems that on her newest album "Not Too Late," Norah Jones, the sultry jazz/blues vocalist and piano prodigy refocuses her creative energies back on her music roots.The album, which is much more re...
    • 8.

      Celebrate Norfolk with Festivals all Year Round

      by Kathryn Lively - 2007-02-07
      Nowhere in the Mid-Atlantic United States will you find a more active and celebratory city than Norfolk, Virginia. With a growing downtown culture and the expanse of Town Point Park bordering the Eliz...
    • 9.

      Things to Do in and Near New Orleans

      by David Terr - 2007-02-11
      New Orleans is one of the most exciting cities I have visited. My girlfriend and I took a week-long trip there in April, 2003. We stayed in a renovated old hotel in the French Quarter. The food and mu...
    • 10.

      Blues Revivals, Pop Music Influences

      by Gene Morgan - 2007-03-28
      Every few years someone rediscovers the blues. Pop music, that stuff you hear on most commercial radio stations, is a business. The idea is to make lots of money by selling music like it was toothpast...