Kneebody - Anti Hero CD

May 3, 2017

Mixing jazz, funk, and electric and electronic sounds with improvisation and intricately crafted group interplay, Kneebody make a basically uncategorizable brand of exploratory jazz and rock. Post-jazz? That said, the bandmembers, who originally met at Eastman in the '90s and now split their time between Los Angeles and New York, are less traditional musicians than they are instrumental shapers of space, mapmakers charting the topographical landscape of their collective musical mind's eye.

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes for April 16th

Apr 16, 2015

Jazz Notes 4-16-2015   By Norman Provizer

"Jazz showers all over the place"

Apr 3, 2014

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has designated April as Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM). And in Colorado, the month begins with jazz showers all over the place. Beginning on Thursday and running through Saturday, there’s the 11th annual Weekend of Jazz hosted by guitarist Earl Klugh at the Broadmoor, 1 Lake Ave., in Colorado Springs. Klugh’s weekend draws a huge crowd to the Broadmoor that, itself, is about as top-shelf a venue imaginable.