Advice from the Classroom to the Bandstand
Victor Goines is a jazz saxophonist and clarinetist. Goines talks about performing with this former students, dressing for the bandstand and taking care of your music business.
Chris Turner: Making Good Music and Loving Life
Chris Turner, originating from Oakland, California knew at the age of four he wanted to be a singer. What he didn’t know was the impact his sound would have on the world. Whether you listen to Hip-Hop, R&B, or jazz, Chris will definitely satisfy your need for music. His sounds …
iRock Jazz LIVE! with R&B Singer Karyn White
Karyn White possesses one of the most memorable, distinctive voices ever heard in popular music. She’s an accomplished singer/songwriter who etched herself into music history with her smash hit song, the female anthem, “Superwoman”. That song made international waves, selling over a million units, being certified Gold and named the …
Branford Marsalis: I’m a MF Musician!
“I don’t use songs as a vehicle to glorify myself. I’m going to play whatever is required to make the song successful.” These are the words of Branford Marsalis. He’s a man that understands that it’s not all about him. Considering the big names he’s played with from Sting to …
Jeremy Pelt: Getting Jazz Out of the Museum
As a member of the next generation of jazz greats, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt’s music is directly connected to the sound(s) of this generation. In this interview with iRock Jazz, Pelt discusses how to get jazz out of the museum and make it more appealing to the next generation.