Posts Tagged ‘jazz’

Chatting with Big Band Leader, Jerry Costanzo

The American Songbook is alive and quite well.  Just listen to bandleader and vocalist, Jerry Costanzo.  His velvet cords sing favorites from Cole Porter and Rodgers and Hammerstein to Sinatra. “Dedicated to the preservation of this American art form, Jerry Costanzo is considered one of the best and busiest singer/bandleaders on the scene today. Jerry […]

Interview with Musician, Matt Berman, of Matt and the City Limits

Move over John Mayer and Michael Buble, there’s a new band in town.  Matt and the City Limits, a jazz style pop band from NYC, has a fresh sound melded with our favorites.  I had the opportunity to speak with front man, singer/saxophone player, Matt Berman.  What a talented guy!!!! “Although Matt Berman is only […]

Talking “Jazz for the Soul” with Author and Musician Robert Forman

I spoke with author, Robert Forman, a while ago about his book, Enlightenment Ain’t What it’s Cracked Up to Be”.  We had so much fun that Robert came back to chat again. This time we spoke about life, music and “Jazz for the Soul”, the idea about how life is much like a jazz tune-always […]

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