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Jim C.


Norwood, MA
Hometown: Westwood

Member since:

January 6, 2010

If you could meet one deceased jazz musician, who would it be and what would you ask him/her?

I'd hang with Jay McShann again. I had the pleasure of being an emcee at Tanglewood's Year of the Blues celebration and I brough Jay on stage and interviewed him after his set. Jay gave Charlie Parker his start in Kansas City.

Are you a musician, and if so, what instrument do you play?

No answer yet

What is your favorite jazz venue in Boston?

Depends where the gig is...Scullers is good.

Who is your favorite Boston based jazz artist?

Too many to choose. Soulive is pretty great though.

What is your favorite jazz recording?

I haven't listened to half of what I own, I can't say. I've seen some mad B3 players like Jack McDuff, Jimmy McGriff, Joey Defrancesco, Ron Levy and Dr. Lonnie Smith. Bucky Pizzarelli and his son John for guitar, also Howard Alden. I can't choose!


I dig my jazz & blues

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