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Interview - Gene DiNovi

From its opening in Harlem to its well known spot in the heart of Manhattan's theatre district, The Cotton Club was the hub of the New York Jazz Scene, bringing together the who's who of show business. Names like Jimmy Durante and Judy Garland rubbed shoulders with the jazz legends of the time such as Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson and Count Basie.

Kellylee Evans - Live To Air - November 6, 2013

Earlier this year, Juno-award winning vocalist Kellylee Evans released her fifth album, I Remember When.

In Conversation - Alan and Marilyn Bergman

The songs of Alan and Marilyn Bergman have been enriching the great American songbook for over five decades.

As lyricists for film, stage and television, they have created many unforgettable images with their lyrical mastery. Theirs is one of the most successful songwriting collaborations in an era of great popular music.

Interview - Bob Dorough

The ageless Bob Dorough is a master songwriter, musician and singer.

One of the few vocalists to ever record with Miles Davis, he is known for writing and performing the majority of the educational Schoolhouse Rock cartoons we all grew up on.

Live to Air - Jimmy Webb

On Friday, November 8th, one of the greatest songwriters of the 20th century, Jimmy Webb, stopped by the Long & McQuade performance hall to celebrate the release of his new album Still Within The Sound of My Voice.

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