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HOUSE OF MUSIC

Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason is a former lecturer at Birmingham University and the mother of seven children. The third eldest, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, was BBC Young Musician 2016 and performed at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The siblings have performed at the 2018 BAFTA ceremony, Britain’s Got Talent, The Royal Variety Performance and at major concert halls around the world. 
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JIVE TALK FROM JAZZ JUNCTION

All music lovers should have a read of La Rocola Del Bar Rumba, Larry´s account of his previous life working in the recording industry in Germany and in England. He worked at a level that saw him become a key member of A & M records
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ON THE PATH OF JONI MITCHELL

Powers meets the challenge that Mitchell issues at the end of her “California,” “Will you take me as I am? Will you?” She says, “I hope that I’ve transgressed—that’s what a self-made original like Mitchell would have wanted.” Powers does the dance, she twirls Mitchell in her very own loops within loops. 
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New Jazz at JAZZ JUNCTION

Donny McCaslin continues his journey of musical exploration and innovations, the foundations of which he laid down with 2023’s I Want More, with his latest single, "KID."
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MIDNIGHT AT THE OASIS:

Noel and Liam Gallagher, two of rock music’s most polarizing figures, unknowingly changed the course of British rock forever in the mid-1990s. The brothers and bandmates were catapulted into the mainstream following the surprise success of their albums Definitely Maybe and What’s the Story Morning Glory?
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definitely? maybe ! certainly !!

Definitely Maybe has rightly so, received widespread critical acclaim and played a key role in revitalising British pop and rock music in the 1990s.
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FOLK ROCKS?

Much as I dislike categorisation for marketing purposes I no know that when I am trying to describe a certain band or music to new audiences I have a responsibility to give them clues as to where we are heading.
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FAMILIAL HARMONY AND CONTENT

On Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain, Willie, Lukas, and Micah Nelson Take on a Classic
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LIVING THE JAZZ LIFE

Women instrumentalists - especially those performing on such suspect jazz instruments as harp (Dorothy Ashley) and violin (Regina Carter) (right)  have had an even more difficult career path.