Duke Ellington's Old Pueblo visits are featured in today's Throwback Thursday photo slideshow.
Saturday may mark the final performance of the Original Wildcat Jass Band.
Conventional wisdom has it that when the temperature rises, things to do in the Old Pueblo drop.
For the second year in a row, the Tucson Jazz Institute’s Ellington Big Band has taken the top prize in the Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition.
Composer Charles Mingus was a prominent jazz musician with strong ties to California and New York, but his earliest days were spent in Southern Arizona.
Carnegie Hall had a snow day, but Tucson’s sunny weather should be welcoming for The Hot Club of San Francisco.
After a two-year absence, the Tucson Jazz Society returns to St. Philip’s Plaza, opening its three-concert Jazz Under the Stars series on Sunday with singer Delphine Cortez and the Joel Robin Quartet.
Take Three, a series of jazz concerts for all ages at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, will kick off Saturday.
Having studied and played the harp for 40 years, Christine Vivona wants to break the instrument out of its classical music bonds and show audiences how jazzy it can be with the right touch.
Christine Vivona and Rob Boone will perform a jazz concert with their band on Sunday at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church.
The adult forum series "Explore the Religious/Spiritual Component of Jazz" at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church continues on two Sundays in July - this Sunday and July 28 - at 10:15 a.m. in the East Gallery at the church.
Avant garde fusion musician Frank Zappa, second from right, and his children, Dweezil, left and Moon Unit, join talk show host David Brenner, right, at a taping in New York, Sept. 24, 1986. Brenner holds up a necktie given to Frank Zappa upon entering a posh eatery earlier in the day, which …
"If you want to have fun and a good time, this would be the place to be. Because we will have some fun," Joe Bourne says.
When local jazz stalwart Joe Bourne steps out on stage, he starts with a plan that's always open to adjustment depending on the rhythms of the night.
Tucson guitarist Gabriel Ayala develops a musical piece with his namesake quintet during the World Class Summer Series, a program organized by Loews Ventana Canyon and the Tucson Jazz Society.
Eric Hines plays percussion with the Gabriel Ayala Quintet.
Tucson musician Troy Gray backs up a tune on electric bass.
A crowd takes in the show at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, 7000 N. Resort Drive. The show was last Sunday. Next up in the concert series is "The West Coast Cool Show!" on July 5.