Gospel and Jazz Music The advantage of learning to play gospel music as a kid growing up in church was gaining the ability to hear and play piano (or keyboard). No matter how many rehearsals we held beforehand, the set-list never stayed the same during the actual church service. We had no other option as
The Jazz Education Network (JEN) has announced the establishment of the Jamey Aebersold Endowed Scholarship, which will be awarded annually at the JEN Conference to a college student exhibiting genuine passion and dedication to jazz education. The scholarship is named after respected and acclaimed jazz educator Jamey Aebersold, whose more than fifty years of pioneering jazz education have impacted an immeasurable number of aspiring jazz players, students and teachers worldwide.
Artist Spotlight: Jamey Aebersold In 2017 at the Jazz Education Network (JEN) conference in New Orleans, Shed The Music caught up with legendary Jazz Educator Jamey Aebersold. Take a look and listen!
During one of the Jam Sessions at my Carnegie Center exhibit, we had about 45 or so people at the jam and about 12 people sat in. One adult sax guy, probably in his sixties from Cookeville, TN drove up with his saxes to jam with us. He then spent time upstairs at the exhibit
For those who missed Jamey’s Carnegie Center Exhibit in New Albany, Jamey made quite a few rounds doing media appearances and promotion for the event. Below is just one of the many stops on his journey. The following was featured on a local station, WHAS11, and features Jamey speaking on the exhibit, a bit of