Portraits of musicians often feel as ephemeral as pop songs, not because they lack emotional gravity but because so many convey the same
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There’s a school of cratedigger thought that equates rarity with quality.
The jam wave that followed Phish’s first appearance at Jazz Fest changed New Orleans’ nightlife during the festival, for years turning i
This year’s Jazz Fest has rarely felt urgent, and it ends that way too.
Saturday at Jazz Fest ends with Cage the Elephant and Aerosmith opposite each o
For me, the stretch from 12:25 to 5:25 p.m. Friday is what makes a good Jazz Fest.
In his best days with the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra (NOJO), Victor Atkins could
The Frenchmen Street swing/trad jazz scene can sometimes feel like it wants to be boldly rooted in tradition, but musical archaeology doesn't fill