Charleston Jazz

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Earl Klugh sets another island Weekend of Jazz

By Jack McCray Thursday, November 3,  2011 Overwhelming success, the call of the marsh and Southern hospitality have compelled the… Read the rest
Quiana Parler changes gears gracefully

By Jack McCray Thursday, October 20,  2011 Vocalist Quiana Parler has been one of the brightest stars in the Lowcountry… Read the rest
Thriving Lowcountry jazz scene keeps local musicians from leaving

By Jack McCray Wednesday, September 21,  2011 I’ll tell you a little secret about the live jazz community around here.… Read the rest
Voodoo to unveil new look, new sounds

By Jack McCray Wednesday, September 7  2011 Regular readers here know that one of my favorite places to hear jazz… Read the rest
Singer brings sounds of surprise to Mercato

By Jack McCray Wednesday, August 24, 2011 Some years ago, the Jazz and Standards section of the Night Life listings… Read the rest
Robert Lewis, a Renaissance man

Charleston native and saxist a Renaissance man By Jack McCray Wednesday, July 27, 2011 Some people do what they do… Read the rest
Charleston Music Hall becoming jazz shrine

  Wednesday, July 13, 2011 by Jack McCray Charleston is slowly, but surely, taking its rightful place as one of… Read the rest
Jazzy accordions to hit Charleston

July 6, 2011 by Jack  McCray Have you heard the one about the frustrated accordion player? There was this accordion… Read the rest
‘Let Freedom Swing’ to air July Fourth

June 29, 2011 By Jack McCray By definition, jazz is American. You hear it all the time: Jazz is America’s… Read the rest