Where did Charlie Parker first play with Dizzy Gillespie? What are the coolest clubs in Chicago? Which city has the largest jazz museum? Where is Howlina Wolf buried? The answers can be found in The Da Capo Jazz and Blues Lover's Guide to the U.S., an insiders look at all the places where jazz and blues live, from national clubs to unmarked holes in the wall, in twenty-five cities and the Mississippi Delta. With the most up-to-date listings for festivals, historic theaters, record stores, and radio stations-plus anecdotes from club owners and musiciansathis is the essential qwhere-toq for jazz and blues fans everywhere.despite the warnings of his doctor, who later reported that the following incident had taken place at his office two weeks earlier: aquot;Louie, aquot; II said, ] aquot;you could drop dead while youa#39;re performing. ... And he sat there for a moment sort of removed and went through the motions of blowing that horn. ... New Orleans musician Bunk Johnson made his New York debut here in 1945; and others who played the hallanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Da Capo Jazz and Blues Lover's Guide to the U.S.|
|Publisher||:||Da Capo Press - 2007-10-10|