Matt Potter 1:30 p.m., Nov. 12
Articles by Robert Bush
“Kind of Blue by Miles Davis totally blew my mind”
After 53 years of laying down the bottom end for everyone from Art Pepper to Madonna, bassist Bob Magnusson is calling it quits and withdrawing from performing in public. Magnusson came from a musical family. ...
"I like the steady work, but I also love creating my own music and running my own bands.”
Drummer/composer Nathan Hubbard won the San Diego Music Award for “Best Jazz Album,” in 2014, for Encinitas and Everything, and again in 2017 for Furiously Dreaming, a project featuring his Skeleton Key Orchestra. Has the ...
“It’s called ‘free-improvisation’ because there’s no money involved"
Ellen Weller discovers a new, more enlightened and welcoming scene at UC San Diego
“The voice is our first instrument, and the voice is connected directly to your soul”
The Persian fusion of Sibarg Ensemble use 12th Century poetry to create melodies
Podcast guests span from the funky-pocket types to mainstream cats to the avant-garde
Collective super host
"I try to be mindful and musical at all times.”
Drums with her feet
Peter Sprague is not adverse to using modern technology to facilitate making a perfect recording
The way a song blossoms
Even if the music is really slamming and bringing in money — everything is temporary
LP’s Jazz Vibe endures