Lazaro Vega

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  1. Usuable ideas here?

  2. Did you catch her at the East Lansing Summer Solstice Jazz Festival?

  3. Were you at NeoCon?

  4. Lauren Deutsch writes: There is no quiet in my heart or head. So these nine victims will join those who perished before them – a sacrifice to the blood-soaked pedestal erected around the constitution’s second amendment that gun lobbyists say guarantees the right of individuals to bear arms. Where guns are concerned this is what passes for American exceptionalism – an 18th century compromise with fatal 21st century ramifications. For the parishioners of the Emanuel African Me...

  5. Last night Jazz From Blue Lake featured the music of Tom Varner. Here's a link to the broadcast,

  6. Friday night in Spring Lake: (blurb) Tickets are still available for Ari Hest for his concert here this Friday night. Not familiar with Ari? Check out the video below. Grab a couple of tickets, find your favorite person and settle in for one of the best concerts and best concert experiences you can have. Tickets available here: or by calling the Box Office at 616-930-4755.

  7. “There’s not an infinite supply of water.”

  8. In case you missed any of these tributes. KCRW (? Is that right? A "K" station in NYC?) continues it's Ornette Coleman week, too.

  9. Sunday reading.

  10. Opening today. (Blurb):Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park's new $22 million Japanese Garden opens Saturday to the public. If you plan to go now or in the future, check this out for background and visitor information.

  11. Get with it. (Blurb) The Enbridge oil pipelines in the Straits of Mackinac are beginning to make headlines beyond Michigan's borders, including this in-depth report from Chicago.

  12. Taking it to the airwaves: a week of Ornette Coleman's music.

  13. Blurb: The very day after the Heliocentric 50th anniversary recording at ScienSonic, another historic meeting took place. Scott was joined in the laboratory by three of the giants of creative music, meeting for the first time: Marshall Allen, Roscoe Mitchell, and Milford Graves. Marshall had never played with Roscoe, and Roscoe had never played with Milford. Wow! An unforgettable session. Watch for it to be released, probably in early 2016.

  14. What's up? Kenny Garrett.

  15. Jack DeJohnette is coming to St. Cecilia Music Center

  16. Getting centered.

  17. Up and running.