Save the Date: Dr. Guy's Musiqology at the Annenberg Center
Atlanta: Musiqology at the ASALH Centennial
Guthrie Ramsey on "Straight Outta Compton"
The Star-Spangled Banner and its Musical Politics at the Super Bowl
Why We Love Terri Lyne Carrington's The Mosaic Project: LOVE and SOUL
Dr. Dre’s Compton: A Soundtrack That Was Well Worth the (Long and Stressful) Wait
Why "Amazing Grace" on Broadway Can't Save Itself
Everybody Is a (Black)Star at the Fest
Five Reasons Why the New Jill Scott Album is Great
Musiqology at the Black Star Film Festival this Saturday
Black Music Shines Bright at IASPM Biennial in Brazil
Summer Soundtrack: Grammy-winning Shaun Martin Releases "7 Summers"
"Blue Note" A Poem by Dr. Tsitsi Jaji
Standing with Charleston, SC.
Bel Canto Blue: Lawrence Brownlee, Damien Sneed and “Spiritual Sketches”
Dr. Michael Veal on the Passing of Ornette Coleman (1930-2015)
[VIDEO] Kamasi Washington's "Epic" Album Release Show
[VIDEO] Black Music and the Aesthetics of Protest
Los Angeles 6/2: Guthrie Ramsey at the Hammer Museum
You Should Definitely Listen to Kamasi Washington's "The Epic"
Wow this is the best lecture/event I’ve ever had so far this semester. I really admire Mrs. Jones for her strong characters and artistic talent, but more importantly, learning about the Jazz culture through her lenses really makes me appreciate the generational gap (or maybe gaps). Although we all love Jazz, things that are different from the 1940s, 1970s, or 1980s really give us unique perspective on things. I just felt like I was taking in all this wisdom from a grandmother.
The highlight of the event is the poetry, Jazz performance. Musiqology! The band and Mrs. Jones seemed to had a lot of fun playing and performing. It was such a vibrant scene, burst with energy and creativity. I was surprised by how serious the band members were when they played. Great job!
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