From the Guardian: It’s time to start the new year off right.
The last few months have been challenging for me, but there are some great things to look forward to.
This year I will be attending my son’s jazz concert in San Francisco, where he will be joining a new generation of jazz musicians, and his first solo performance of a jazz quartet.
The gig will be held on February 20.
The Jazz Jam has been held in my family’s small New York home since 2009, and has been a staple of my life for more than 20 years.
The opportunity to take part in this event, in conjunction with the Jazz Jam’s 20th anniversary, is one of the most rewarding experiences of my professional life.
This concert is a unique opportunity to experience the great musicians of our era, including Miles Davis, Beethoven, and Beethovian trumpeter and pianist Daniel O’Malley.
It will also be a great opportunity for me to work with a number of young musicians, including the future stars of the JazzJam, the future Jazz Jam alumni, and the Jazz Kids!
It’s a celebration of jazz history, tradition and the power of music.
It’s also a chance to meet and play with some of the best jazz musicians in the world.
If you are thinking of getting into jazz, you should also get into the Jazzjam!
If you would like to get involved, then this event is for you!
I want to give a shout-out to the JazzKids and the jazz community for the incredible support they’ve shown me in recent years, and to the people who’ve given me great joy and insight on this amazing instrument.
I look forward a great year ahead.
Posted by Dan at 8:24 PM