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I have a confession to make. I like Kenny G’s holiday music. Yep, you heard correctly: I am complimenting Kenneth Gorelick. No, really. It’s a funny thing; while I will not listen to his originals for a moment, I find … Continue reading

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On Family.

My wonderful friend Kaie said it best when she wrote about her definition of family. I agree with her in many ways, and will now elaborate on her very aptly-put point: blood doesn’t equal family. That’s right. Blood does not … Continue reading

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A Jazzy Christmas at B.B. King’s

The more I think about it, the more I think I should either 1. take notes of the set lists at shows, or 2. not write these things at 1-something am. But good gravy, this was one for the ages. … Continue reading

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A Blue Note Holiday Season (Thanksgiving)

In the event you guys hadn’t gathered this, I am not the traditional sort (except maybe the Christmas cards). I don’t do the formal family dinners, I don’t do turkey and the trimmings, and considering that my definition of family … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

Every year, around this time, I see multiple posts on FB, as well as hear general inquiries of the question, “What are you thankful for?” The responses vary from family to deity,¬† and it never fails to get me thinking … Continue reading

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