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The Great Pojangmacha Adventure

They taste like dirt. Like earth, mixed with something mildly crunchy and wet. It’s the texture that surprises you more than the taste, but I still found the expectation of the taste to be worse than the actual taste of … Continue reading

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“Change Partners” CD Release Party & Dedication to Frank Wess

Thanks to everyone who came to Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola last week to celebrate the release of my new album, ‘Change Partners‘. It was so nice to see so many friendly faces in the audience; I am so flattered that … Continue reading

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Music Monday: Jay McShann & the Kansas City Sound

There are some Jazz musicians who are not fully represented by their recordings alone. These musicians have qualities when you see them live that cannot be transferred to a recorded medium. I don’t mean that they have an engaging stage … Continue reading

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Past & Present: Thinking of Oklahoma & Looking Forward to Vancouver

My thoughts have been with my fellow Oklahomans this week as they deal with the aftermath of the tornadoes that struck Moore on Monday afternoon. Growing up in Norman OK I experienced many tornadoes over the years. I vividly remember … Continue reading

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Remembering David “Bull” Stewart

David “Bull” Stewart passed away last week (You can read the full obituary here). He was a Jazz saxophonist, a fellow Oklahoman, and a friend. I’ve known Bull all my life; he was in my father’s band in Oklahoma, taught … Continue reading

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