RACHEL AND MAT DOMBER of Arbors Records, where "Classic Jazz Lives On." (Photo: Bob Byler).
Vol. XXXV, No. 11 November 2008
Editor/Publisher: Leslie Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org
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by David Reffkin
Five bands (Paramount, Devil Mountain, Buffalo Ridge, St. Louis Stompers, and Dave Greer's Classic Jazz Band) provided plenty of hot jazz at this well regarded Ohio festival.
by John Bitter
Florida's Venice Jazz Festival proves to be a hit the second time around.
by Bob Byler
Alan Adams and Hal Smith make a winning combination as they lead a successful California jazz society.
by Judi K
Final Notes remembers Atlanta Jazz Party producer Phil Carroll, pianist Dave McKenna, composer/arranger Neal Hefti, veteran publicist Peter Levinson and jazz fan Dick Bell. Plus, The Rag Bag, an editorial, our regular columns, departments and listings -- now online and free! Thanks to our loyal advertisers who have made the new online RAG a reality
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