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    Ross Porter Interviews Archie Alleyne

    Archie Alleyne

    Archie Alleyne is one of Canada’s best known, best loved jazz drummers. He’s played with great vocalists like Billie Holiday and Jackie Richardson, is leader of the hard bop band Kollage and was Music Director of Jazz Lives last year at Convocation Hall where he performed in front of 1600 jazz fans.

    "Flip Flop And Fly...Forty Years of the Downchild Blues Band" A feature documentary with Dan Aykroyd

    Downchild Blues Band

    Premiering on TMN and Movie Central across Canada Saturday December 4th, 6:25 PM EST

    Toronto – November 18, 2010 – Flip Flop and Fly is a live concert/documentary that celebrates the 40 year career of Donnie “Mr. Downchild” Walsh and the legendary Downchild Blues Band. Downchild has had a huge impact on Canadian and American musical culture but to-date, this impact has been overlooked by pop culture historians. “Flip Flop and Fly” will right that wrong!

    Dispelling Myths About Jazz and Race

    Where the Dark and the Light Folks Meet (The Scarecrow Press)

    By Jacob Teichroew, Jazz Guide.

    Randall Sandke, best known as a trumpeter who excels in traditional styles of jazz as well as his own metatonal harmonic approach, reexamines widely held beliefs about the roles that race has played throughout jazz history in his book Where the Dark and the Light Folks Meet (The Scarecrow Press).

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