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    Park named after guitar legend Jeff Healey


    Hundreds of Etobicoke residents turned up to honour one of their own as a local park was renamed after late guitar legend Jeff Healey.

    More than 300 Healey family members, friends and supporters applauded and cheered as a banner was lifted to unveil Jeff Healey Park, on Delroy Dr., inThe Queensway-Royal York Rd. area.

    Healey, who died in 2008 after a long battle with cancer, spent countless hours in the park with his family and friends. It was formerly called Woodford Park.

    Oberlin Conservatory of Music Appoints Leading Jazz Artists to its Faculty


    OBERLIN, OHIO (May 19, 2011) — Dean of the Conservatory David H. Stull is pleased to announce the appointment of two top jazz artists to Oberlin’s Jazz Studies Department. Robin Eubanks, Associate Professor of Jazz Trombone, will expand his current position to include Jazz Composition, and Sean Jones will join the faculty as Assistant Professor of Jazz Trumpet.

    JAZZ.FM91 "10FOR10"


    In celebration of JAZZ.FM91’s 10th anniversary broadcasting in an all-jazz format, we’re giving you ten free songs available for download on iTunes, hand-picked by JAZZ.FM91… Get music from Hilario Duran, Melody Gardot, Jill Barber and more.


    Ray Bryant, Jazz Pianist, Dies at 79


    Ray Bryant, a jazz pianist whose sensitivity and easy authority made him a busy accompanist and a successful solo artist, beginning in the mid-1950s, died on Thursday. He was 79.

    Mr. Bryant had a firm touch and an unshakable sense of time, notably in his left hand, which he often used to build a bedrock vamp. Even in a bebop setting, he favored the ringing tonalities of the gospel church. And he was sumptuously at home with the blues, as a style and a sensibility but never as an affectation.

    The 14th Annual Markham Jazz Festival (August 19-21, 2011)


    This year, the 14th annual Markham Jazz Festival will take place on August 19-21, 2011 starting with our ‘GALA at the Markham Theatre on August 19th in the evening, featuring Bill charlap and Gretchen Parlato, and then a free weekend of high-quality performances during the day and evening on August 20 and 21 on Main Street Unionville at the Unionville Millennium Bandstand and Varley Art Gallery as well as various other stages around town. To compliment the Main Stage events, "Hot Spots" (a variety of venues in Unionville and Markham) present fantastic jazz artists in a 'Street Festival and Concert Environment'.

    Festival attendees can wander from venue to venue, soaking up the party atmosphere, the jazz music, and the historic beauty of the villages of Unionville and Markham- a truly a magical experience.

    The festival will highlight a large variety of music within the family of jazz. The festival committee has worked hard to recruit a wide range of diverse, interesting and well-known artists who will present jazz in all its forms.

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