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Interview - Maceo Parker

It is almost impossible to separate which came first: Maceo or the Funk. Maceo Parker is arguably the most famous living saxophone player today, at the centre of James Brown’s sound, known for his powerful signature solos, and adding is essence to the works of everyone from George Clinton and P-Funk, to Ani DeFranco, De La Soul, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Prince.

Interview - Nolan Bushnell

It's difficult to sum up Nolan Bushnell's achievements in a few sentences..... but innovation has been at the heart of all of the them.

Founding the Atari company in 1972 and leading the video game revolution are just the beginnings to story that has led Newsweek magazine to call Nolan "one of the 50 men that changed America"

Interview - Alex Pangman

Alex Pangman seems to have come from a different era, Canada's Sweetheart of Swing discovered the music of Louis Armstrong and Jack Teagarden at an early age and has never looked back.

Interview - Jack Dejohnette

His professional career has spanned over 50 years.  He’s played with the likes of John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Stan Getz, Bill Evans. 

He has helped create the sounds of iconic albums (like “Bitches Brew”) as well as iconic ensembles (like the Keith Jarrett Trio and his own groups).  He’s a Grammy winner and the National Endowment for the Arts awarded him with a Jazz Masters Fellowship for his “significant lifetime contributions [which] have helped enrich Jazz and further the growth of the art form”.

Interview - Mike Cado & Jules Estrin

On May 7, 2013, The York University Jazz Orchestra directed by Mike Cadó, and the JAZZFM.91 Youth Big Band led by Jules Estrin share the stage in a concert featuring classic repertoire including works by Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Oliver Nelson, Bob Brookmeyer, Stan Kenton and others. Joining the bands on stage will be special guests Ron Westray (trombone) and Sundar Viswanathan (alto saxophone).

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