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Singing Jazz in Syracuse, A Quick Jam with Julie Howard

Jazz. It deserves a bigger presence in Central New York, for certain. But, it is here.

Mark Doylé

Celebrating 20 Years in the Shadows of Guitar Noir

Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers

Writing … Living … Writing … Playing …Writing …

Greetings, music lovers. Before we get started this month, please note the

On the Kit and On the Go with Byron Cage

Somebody said, once that “if you want to really get to know a man, then work with him.” In my case this

Benny Mardones, July 13

Throughout his illustrious music career, Benny Mardones has touched the heart of Syracuse in deep way. You probably know him as the

Jack Bocchino: Present!

Jack was one of the first people to make me feel welcomed when I moved here and butted my way into the

Ingersoll & Company Thinker, Writer, Musican

I had a tough day a few weeks ago. It came at the end of a tough week. I had “had it.”

Jeff Stockham

Trumpeter/hornist Jeff Stockham is well-known to Upstate New York music fans. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music and a veteran

Holly Dagger Is Listening

So, as I enter today, my assigned feature for this month is MIA, the editor is knocking for my article and I’m

A Chat at the Kit with Phil Smith

I became friends with Phil in about twelve bars. He had answered an ad I had placed seeking a percussionist-drummer. He came