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Jazz Articles

Barn Burner

Barn Burner
Portrait of woman standing on New York street.

Sideman

Sideman
Portrait of Dexter Gordon. Tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon began his career in 1940 playing with the Lionel Hampton band, with which he recorded in 1942.

King of Blues

King of Blues
Portrait of B.B. King. His reign as King of the Blues has been as long as that of any monarch on earth. Yet B.B. King continues to wear his crown well.

I'm So Horny

I'm So Horny
Portrait of man playing trumpet.

Leopard

Leopard
Portrait of Leopard at the Philadelphia Zoo. The leopard is most easily recognized by its rosette patterned coat and extremely long, darker tail.

Zebra

Zebra
Portrait of Zebra at the Philadelphia Zoo. Close relatives of the horse persist in the wild today in several parts of the Old World.

Jitney Man

Jitney Man
Portrait of Billy Eckstine. American singer and bandleader who achieved great personal success while fostering the careers of a number of younger jazz musicians.

Marco Polo

Marco Polo
Portrait of Polo match in Bucks County, PA. Since a horse in fast polo can cover two and one-half to three miles per period, he'll be too tired to play a second one right away.

Harley

Harley
Portrait of a Harley. In 1903, 21-year old William S. Harley and 20-year old Arthur Davidson make available to the public the first production Harley-DavidsonĀ® motorcycle.

Fine Dinner

Fine Dinner
Portrait of Felicia Carter singing with The New Legacy Jazz Band at the Princeton Jazz Festival, September 2002.

Plumbing

Plumbing
Portrait of Scott Silbert playing sax with The New Legacy Jazz Band at the Princeton Jazz Festival, September 2002.

Gabriel

Gabriel
Portrait of John Mathis playing trumpet with The New Legacy Jazz Band at the Princeton Jazz Festival, September 2002.

Lady Day

Lady Day
Portrait of Billie Holiday. Billie Holiday's grandfather was one of 17 children of a black Virginia slave and a white Irish plantation owner. Her mother was only 13 when she was born.

Barrel House

Barrel House
Portrait of Rueben singing with the Earl May Quintet at the Princeton Jazz Festival, September 2002.

Belly Fiddle

Belly Fiddle
Portrait of Bucky Pizzarelli playing guitar at the Princeton Jazz Festival, September 2002.

Doghouse

Doghouse
Portrait of Earl May playing bass with the Earl May Quintet at the Princeton Jazz Festival, September 2002.

Joint is Jumpin'

Joint is Jumpin'
Portrait of Vanessa Rueben singing with the Earl May Quintet at the Princeton Jazz Festival, September 2002.

Lickin' the Chops

Lickin' the Chops
Portrait of Rueben singing with the Earl May Quintet at the Princeton Jazz Festival, September 2002.


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