It is a worldwide phenomenon that the returns from jazz music are quite sparse
From Louis Armstrong to John Hendricks to Frank Sinatra; a look at some of the most enjoyable jazz tunes
In a music world increasingly proliferated by the 'mass entertainment' festival, how do we strike the perfect balance between enjoying the music and experiencing the atmosphere?
From Nat 'King' Cole to Chick Corea to Count Basie; a look at some of the finest jazz pianists
From Louis Armstrong paying tribute to Fats Waller to Kurt Elling's dedication to John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman
From vinyl records to compact discs to digital music and more
From Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize to Marvin Gaye influencing a generation, and more
Resident jazzman Sunil Sampat explores the origins of jazz
Recently, a good friend was extolling the virtues of European jazz. “Hey!” I said, “Sure they play some good jazz in Europe but it’s not quite the same as jazz in America”. But it got ...
Live music is alive, well and thriving. The Mahindra Blues Festival in February and the Angelique Kidjo concerts in March were very well attended by obviously appreciative Mumbai audiences. I was thrilled to be there ...
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