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    The Artistry Of highlights, reflects, and celebrates. It mixes and shares language from different artistic disciplines; a musician is a poet; a singer’s voice is described as colorful, and an artist stuns and blinds your senses with the brilliance of their creative energy and expression.

    Listen for The Artistry Of - Wednesday evenings in the third hour of Dinner Jazz on JAZZ.FM91.

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    The Artistry Of... Earl Klugh

    Written by John Devenish

    When I was young and I was frustrated, angry or just felt buried by stuff happening around me, my wise mom would counter that energy with a suggested good cup of tea. Sweetened just right and warm enough to force me to slow down. You can’t drink tea mad , she’d say.

    The Artistry Of... Chris Botti

    Written by John Devenish

    He’s been described as being on the edge where smooth jazz meets cool – fightin’ words for some!  I beg to differ – Botti’s purely in the direction of a new cool.

    The Artistry Of... Chet Baker

    When Chet Baker sang it was as if he was reading a love letter out loud to you.

    I thought of this recently while watching some reruns of some TV shows that are favorites: Band of Brothers, The Pacific and the newer Generation Kill.

     

    The Artistry Of... Molly Johnson

    It is the way she sings; her respect for the spaces. You can almost forget she’s the soloist out in front of the band or group. It’s the way she shares her stage.

    The Artistry Of... Kurt Elling

    Written by John Devenish

    Kurt Elling instantly takes you somewhere smart and sophisticated. His voice is like a grand avenue. He takes you on it cruising gently through. Gently because the ride is for you. It is intimate, shared and clear – There is no mystery.

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