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    Interview - Amy McConnell

    From Django Reinhardt and Edith Piaf to Jean-Luc Ponty and Michel LeGrand, France has been the home to an extraordinary number of Jazz and Jazz-influenced musicians over the years.  France, as a whole, and Paris, in particular, helped influence a cultural and musical philosophy and helped carve the way for such iconic sounds as Cabaret, and Gypsy Jazz, among others.

    Interview - Bruce Cassidy

    Hugh Masekela is, without question, South Africa's most famous musical import. His music went beyond the borders of Jazz and World Music and with hits like "Grazin' in the Grass" and "Bring Him Back Home", he touched a generation of music lovers as a whole.

    Interview - Eric St-Laurent

    JAZZ.FM91 is presenting its first ever World Music Festival, happening August 6-10 at Hugh’s Room.  The festival will take audiences on a musical journey from Cuba to India, making stops along the way in South Africa, France, and – on Wednesday, August 7th – we’ll be enjoying the musical vibe of Venezuela.  That concert will feature the music of Venezuelan vocalist Eliana Cuevas, as well as that of guitarist Eric St-Laurent.

    Interview - Peter Appleyard Jr. & Kelly Appleyard

    On Wednesday, July 17, the legendary Peter Appleyard passed away from natural causes at the age of 84.

    Peter was an ambassador for Canadian Jazz in every way imaginable. His mark was apparent across all facets of our scene and his death leaves a void that will not easily be filled.

    Interview - Gregory Porter

    Over the last 3 years Gregory Porter has made the jazz world, actually all musical worlds stand up and take notice of his talent.

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