Special event

100 Years of Jazz and Blues Festival: Music Master Class: Improvisational Practices Related to the Music and Styles of Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker, and Bud Powell

April 4, 1992

Production Language English
Country of Origin United States
Description Part of the 100 Years of Jazz & Blues Festival
Miss Ruth Brown -- one of the premiere rhythm and blues artists of the 1950s, whose work has influenced several generations of singers from Aretha Franklin to Bonnie Raitt -- holds court on a program that also includes the jazz-inspired blues of Jimmy ("Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do") WItherspoon and the swinging, soul-inspired sermons from Jimmy Smith's organ pulpit.
Identifier 1992s.SE.00406
VenueBAM Strong (Majestic, BAM Majestic, BAM Harvey Theater, The Rudin Family Gallery)