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Louis Armstrong and Children 1987 Shorefire Media

Louis Armstrong House Museum Celebrates 50 Years of “What A Wonderful World”

Released as a single by ABC-Paramount on September 23rd, 1967, the jazz giant's classic cover still serves as medicine for turbulent times.
Savoy Brown 2 pc Jim Summaria

Savoy Brown Gives Us a ‘Witchy Feelin’

With over five decades in the game, there's a reason Savoy Brown has stood the test of time. 'Witchy Feelin' is it.
Van Morrison Promotional Photo Monterey International

Van Morrison Releases “Transformation”

"Each song is like a story and I’m performing that story. That’s been forgotten over years because people over-analyze things." - Van Morrison

Randy Newman Chronicles Sonny Boy Williamson

At times melancholy, and at others celebratory, the first person account apprises the short life of the original Sonny Boy.
Louis Armstrong 1952 Library of Congress

4th Annual Louis Armstrong’s Wonderful World Festival

Jon Batiste curates this free one-day festival at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, NY.
bluZ group photo from the band's facebook page

BluZ Unleashes ‘Unlocked’

Skillfully crafted lyrics combined with masterful music make Unlocked a must have album.

A Celebration Of The Music Of Jimmy Webb

This one-time concert event coincides with two milestones: Jimmy's new memoir, The Cake and The Rain, out now through St. Martin's Press, and the upcoming 50th Anniversary of "Wichita Lineman."

Monterey Pop Festival 50th Anniversary Lineup Announced

"The Monterey International Pop Festival cannot be duplicated but can be celebrated, and will be, by the performers and the attendees at the 50th Anniversary festival." - Lou Adler

Al Basil’s ‘Mid-Century Modern’ Has Something For Everyone

Basile is still going strong with his latest release 'Mid-Century Modern.'

Butch Trucks Proud of Allman Brothers Legacy and His Freight Train

"Duane never once, I never recall him, not one time, trying to tell anybody what to play."
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