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***SPECIAL REQUEST - "Bonus Spotlight Performances"

**** We have been receiving many requests from many

Worldwide Visitors to recap . . .

"Bonus Spotlight Performances"

which were highlighted in our published book

"JAZZ Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow" 

Within the coming weeks we will be posting many of our produced favorite video clips beginning with the following: Gene Ammons playing "Two Different Worlds"



LIV WARFIELD - TV Performance - "New Power Generation Hornz"


It was brought to my attention by another retired close-friend & colleague regarding a young singer named LIV WARFIELD.

After tuning in to The Arsenio Hall late night show at 11:00pm March 6, 2014 and viewing her YouTube videos, I found her showcased performance on The Arsenio Hall show was electrifying with an exceptional background band consisting with a brass section of trumpets, trombones, and a full saxophone section featuring two baritone saxes plus a driving rhythm section named the

"New Power Generation Hornz and her band The Black Birds."

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While Prince was appearing as a guest on the show, he brought a special artist with him, Liv Warfield.

Her rendition of “Soul Lifted” was a special moment for the audience to view her exciting soulful performance. 

 In addition, I definitely would like to acknowledge the featured Tenor Sax man – (Keith Anderson) whose name was also bought to my attention; playing the instrumental introduction to her voice. His big sound along with his stage presence and soulful approach to the saxophone style is reminiscent of sharing the bandstand with many musician friends & vocalists during my career as a saxophonist.

It is my pleasure to share this link for your enjoyment.




 Born December 12, 1918 Growing up in Chicago, his influence and experience was gained by singing with a gospel quartetand local bands. His professional singingcareer began in 1937 performing with bands led by Andy Kirk, Jimmie Noone,Coleman Hawkins and Lionel Hampton.During the years 1954 to 1961 he worked with Count Basie's orchestra,where his immediate success was attainedby his dramatic performance of singing ballads and powerful blues tunes that gave his audiences much enjoyment.
"Everyday I Have The Blues" and "All Right Okay You Win" was among the numerous recordings that became major hits. He is known for his bass-baritone voice that has a rich and passionate style of delivery. A tasteful performance and musical imagination is a signature of versatility that he is respected for.

 Did you know?

When performing Billy Joel's hit song
 "Just The Way You Are" Joe Williams always gave credit to
Phil Woods who played the original alto sax solo on the recording.


The Ladies & Gentlemen of JAZZ



Wishing all . . . A Happy New Year and may “2013” bring happiness and joy.  We are looking forward to be posting more articles about Jazz related items reflecting upon Musicians, Venues, Landmarks, and personal Anecdotes shared with many Celebrities and Friends during my career in music.

We will also mention various excerpts and topics from my published book -“Jazz Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” . . .that covers 100 years of Jazz related topics. This publication contains many important, fascinating and entertaining aspects from more than 50 years of my experiences as a musician and in show business.

 We are working directly with the publisher DIANE Publishing to offer a discounted price for my book. More information will become avalailabe in the coming year 2013. 


Thank you,

Danny, Steve & Staff