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Live Music
11:54 am
Wed April 9, 2014

Mimi Jones to perform at Evening of Jazz and Wine

On April 25th at 6:30 p.m., WAER will present the annual Jazz and Wine fundraiser in partnership with the Community Folk Art Center. This year's event will feature the talented bassist and vocalist, Mimi Jones. Jones played in Syracuse last year as part of Tia Fuller's ensemble at WAER's Jazz Appreciation Month concert last year. This time around, Jones is showcasing her unique individual talents as a performer and composer.

 

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Live Music
1:16 pm
Tue April 8, 2014

Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month in Syracuse

 

Every year, April represents a month of awareness and appreciation. It is Autism Awareness Month, National Poetry Month, Child Abuse Prevention Month, Public Radio Music Month, just to name a few. While in the midst of all the events and observances taking place during this busy time of year, be sure to embrace one annual celebration that is centered around slowing down and letting loose: the observance of Jazz Appreciation Month.

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Arts & Culture
8:23 am
Wed April 2, 2014

The New Destiny USA Wing Hops with Live Local Music

World of Beer
Credit Mark Bialczak

Walk past the new bar World of Beer on Wednesday through Saturday nights, and that corridor on the top floor of Destiny USA resembles an open air corner bar.

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Live Music
2:16 pm
Tue February 18, 2014

Legends of Jazz Concert Series Continues with The Don Byron New Gospel Quintet Featuring Carla Cook

Don Byron performs at Unterfahrt
Credit OhWeh

On Friday, February 28th, The Don Byron New Gospel Quintet with featured vocalist Carla Cook will perform at Onondaga Communtiy College as a part of the continuing Legends of Jazz concert series.

Don Byron has gained much individual attention for his mastery of the clarinet. He released his first album in 1992. Since then, Byron has been exploring and executing musical styles and themes— everything from hip-hop to classical. The Don Byron New Gospel Quintet, which was formed in 2009, evolved from Byron's study of Gospel music from a cultural and personal perspective.

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Arts & Culture
10:09 am
Wed February 12, 2014

Syracuse Meets the Beatles Music Again, and It's a Celebration

Dean Brothers
Mark Bialczak

 Syracuse opened its arms wide to embrace its finest musicians performing the work of arguably the most popular band ever.

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