Category: The Melody In M.E.E.
What a night of music! The Jazz in MEE Magazine enjoyed it! Will Downing , Maysa and Jarrod Lawson left their musical footprint in the hearts of Houstonians last evening. It was a sultry, sexy and exciting atmosphere filled with adoring fans. What an exceptional way to kick off a holiday weekend in melodic style. Andre James was a fun and engaging host and Marketta Rodriguez and her team did an amazing job bringing world class talent to the Lone Star State. Stay tuned for more musical gatherings hosted by Serious Sounds. A real Record Store!! Catering to music lovers for over 20 yrs .
The Pieces of a Dream show at the Hobby Center in Houston was a HIT! They had not performed in Houston in a while but they packed the house and showed out. Seeing this group perform is always a huge treat The Jazz in MEE Magazine had the pleasure of experiencing their live show for the first time in Nov during the Jazz Legacy Gala in Virginia.
Our friends David Dyson, Rohn Lawrence,, Jelando Johnson,Anne Mundy, Vernon Daniels, Tony Watson and the band were incredible.
The Three talented Guitars Joe Carmouche, Mark Towns and Lawrence Overshown killed it and the crowd could not get enough of their musical gift.
THE JAZZ IN M.E.E. MAGAZINE enjoyed a fun filled Sunday brunch featuring the amazing music of Vel Lewis hosted by SARDAA. What a way to support and bring awareness to a great cause. (SARDAA) Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Alliance of America promotes improvement in the lives of people with schizophrenia-related illnesses and their families by providing support, hope, and awareness so that early diagnosis, treatment, and community services increase recovery.Get ready for The World Mental Health Awareness Day Gala scheduled for Saturday, October 10th, 2015 JW Marriott Houston visit www.sardaa.org for more information The amazing photos are by Heidi Powell Prera
THE JAZZ IN M.E.E. MAGAZINE APRIL 2015
– A TRIBUTE TO JEFF GOLUB
January 1st, 2015, was the start of a new year, but for the world of contemporary jazz, it was the day that we lost one of our jazz jewels – Jeff Golub. There was something rather remarkable about Jeff; apart from his musical gift on guitar, the ease of his smile, the exuberance of his personality; he had the ability to bring people together from all walks of life. Jeff began his career alongside superstars in the likes of Rod Stewart and Tina Turner before launching a stellar solo career. We all adored Jeff Golub and he will truly be missed.
THE JAZZ IN M.E.E. Magazine gives Jeff Golub an early birthday present and pays tribute to this beloved and talented artist with an April 2015 Souvenir Edition. This issue also includes articles on The Total Music Package of Gregory Porter, Grand Opening of Spaghettini Beverly Hills and the Dave Koz Lounge, The Retro Forward Eric Darius,Origins of Camille Thurman, The Magnetic Will Donato, The Inspirational Ann Nesby and much more. Get ready to be introduced to many independent artists that are making waves in the industry.
THE JAZZ IN M.E.E magazine is the premiere source for the jazz industry and its artists. Captivating an audience of over 180,000 national and international readers, this quarterly digital and print magazine chronicles the stories behind the hottest and most fascinating artists and trends in the jazz industry.THE JAZZ IN M.E.E. magazine celebrates the jazz genre from a fresh and passionate perspective through dynamic cover stories, trendy blogs, festival/cruise insights, and“Jazz Watch” music reviews on past and present artists.THE JAZZ IN M.E.E. is on a mission to keep the jazz genre and its artists in the present.
- Sunday, May 24, 2015
- The Village Green of Oso Viejo Park, Mission Viejo
- Taste of the Bash 3:30pm-5pm, concert begins at 5pm
- Music, Food & Fun!
You are cordially invited to attend the
BLACK WOMEN IN JAZZ & ARTS AWARDS
This new movement in the Atlanta area is advancing and shining a light on black women in jazz and the arts. Sha Battle, the founder of the Black Women In Jazz & Arts Awards has established an organization that is creating a greater awareness of the many vital contributions that African American female artists have made in the past, present and to the future of jazz. They celebrate the awesome work of known artists, spotlight the up-and-coming artists, and honor the sophisticated ladies who present such phenomenal work but who may have gotten lost in the mélange. Black Women In Jazz Day is March 1, 2015, and is celebrated by this organization with a weekend of empowerment events and an annual black tie awards gala that features a night of glamour and elegance, showcasing the immense talent black women have contributed to jazz and the arts.
The National Black Women In Jazz & the Arts Day Inaugural weekend celebration will be held in Atlanta and festivities will begins Friday, Feb 27- Sunday, March 1, 2015. All scheduled events will be held at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta Buckhead 3300 Peachtree Road, N.E. Atlanta, Ga 30305.