A place where the only allegiance is to the meat and bones of musicmaking.
How far away are we from running naked through the streets and flipping cars? A look at our sporting chances to stand atop an athletic zenith.
Homages, paraphrases, and glorious messes from Ornette Coleman and Sonny Rollins
William Parker and Hamid Drake's free jazz tête-à-têtes
Five new local CDs Range from Spaghetti Westerns to pot paeans
Local jazz trio Fat Kid Wednesdays pays tribute to trumpeter Don Cherry
A quick trip through old new things
Rejecting Bush Inc. and reclaiming American music, Carla Bley plays with the National Anthem
South African pianist Abdullah Ibrahim found a mentor in Duke Ellington, a fan in Mandela, a community in American free jazz, and a muse in his once-lost country