This month we have two sets of interviews, plus a couple of special reviews and some other items that we hope you find enjoyable.
Side 1 – Interview with Concurrence
Electric bassist Greg Bryant and […]
EDITOR’S NOTE: Here’s February’s “Giant Steps” column, one of the benefits of TJBS membership. The column is distributed first to members and made available to the general public on the website at a later time.
We decided to drop by Union Common Sunday evening, where guitarist (TJBS Board Member) Cliff Richmond has a regular (1-2 times a month) Sunday evening gig. Cliff had assembled a fine group of musicians, including fellow TJBS […]
The Tennessee Jazz & Blues Society announces March and April performances in its Great Albums Concert Series.
First up was Friday, March 24, for the classic Sonny Rollins recording, “Saxophone Colossus.” Featured artists were Evan Cobb (saxophone), Matt Endahl […]
“Giant Steps” for the Tennessee Jazz and Blues Society marks the third incarnation and home for this feature. It began as a blog for the now departed Nashville City Paper, then returned as an online column […]
The next in the TJBS Great Albums Concert Series takes place Saturday, December 3, and will get you in the holiday spirit with a performance of the classic Vince Guaraldi recording, “A Charlie Brown […]
Madeleine Peyroux appears in concert at the City Winery Thursday, November 10 at 8pm.
Our friends at the Winery donated a pair of tickets to be given away to a lucky TJBS supporter. Drawing for […]
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The next in the TJBS Great Albums Concert Series takes place Friday, November 18, and features a performance of two classic Herbie Hancock albums, Head Hunters and Thrust.
Over fifty years have passed since […]
This debut edition of “Giant Steps” for the Tennessee Jazz and Blues Society marks its third incarnation and home for this feature. It began as a blog for the now departed Nashville City Paper, then […]