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Old 20-10-2019, 10:00 PM
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Are ya Jaaaahhhhazzin'?

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Naw. You?
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Old 21-10-2019, 12:27 PM
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Old 21-10-2019, 12:38 PM
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Speculation continues to surround the departure of Sinéad Dunphy, who was announced with much fanfare last year as the new director of the 40-year-old festival. Dunphy, a former director of the Cork Choral Festival and a respected figure on the city’s music scene, came to the role promising to bring much-needed credibility, with a renewed emphasis on jazz as an evolving contemporary art form and a commitment, after years of neglect, to presenting the extraordinary talent now to be found on the domestic scene. But Dunphy’s abrupt dismissal after a single festival has thrown those plans into disarray.

There is now a growing cohort of Irish musicians producing work that is creative, challenging and plugged into the international creative music scene
The failure of the festival to appoint a successor raises serious questions about the festival’s governance, and calls into question the commitment of its sponsor to anything resembling artistic credibility. Despite repeated requests from The Irish Times about the artistic direction of this year’s event, it has proved impossible to discover how programming decisions have been made, or who is making them.

In a brief statement, Guinness’s parent company, Diageo, would only say that “the artistic direction and programming of the 2019 festival is being managed by a team . . . made up of the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival committee combined with our event partners Verve Marketing and our music booking agents, AMA Music Agency . . . as well as the Diageo sponsorship team, who, together, have devised an exciting programme of activity”. But, as a major international festival of music, Cork surely deserves a director with a background in the music and an understanding of developments in the art form.

The plot thickened over the summer when Dunphy filed an unfair dismissal suit against the festival organisers, claiming that she was summarily fired by Diageo and their agents, the Verve Marketing Agency in Dublin. That case has yet to come before the courts. But it is clear that the big loser is the festival itself, which has become a laughing stock amongst the jazz community in Ireland and further afield, its reputation damaged by cancelled bookings, unfulfilled promises and continuing uncertainty. This year’s thin and confused programme was always going to raise questions about the future of the festival, with some believing now that a change in the funding structure would be in the longterm interests of the festival.
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Old 21-10-2019, 12:58 PM
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Jazz was invented in New Orleans

Here is the lineup for the New Orleans Jazz Festival taking place in April of next year:

Dave Matthews Band

Katy Perry

Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band
Chris Stapleton

Pitbull

Santana

Diana Ross

Van Morrison

Al Green
J Balvin

Earth, Wind & Fire

Logic
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue with Nevilles

Gladys Knight

The Revivalists
Leon Bridges

John Fogerty

Chaka Khan

Herbie Hancock
Tank and The Bangas

Tom Jones

Bonnie Raitt

Ciara

Alanis Morissette
Irma Thomas

Gary Clark Jr.

The O'Jays

The Head and The Heart
The Doobie Brothers

Ziggy Marley

Aaron Neville

Boz Scaggs

Galactic
Aloe Blacc

Indigo Girls

Rebirth Brass Band

Mavis Staples

Los Lobos
Ellis Marsalis Family Tribute featuring Wynton, Branford, Delfeayo, and Jason with Ellis Marsalis
Johnny Rivers

Big Freedia

Bleachers

Kamasi Washington

Rita Coolidge
Buddy Guy

Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Better Than Ezra
Taj Mahal & the Phantom Blues Band

Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk
Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly

Ani DiFranco

the Radiators
Hurray for the Riff Raff

Jonathan Butler and Gerald Albright

Shirley Caesar
Little Feat

Gregory Porter

PJ Morton

Anders Osborne
North Mississippi Allstars

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe

The Mavericks
The Robert Cray Band

The Subdudes

Lauren Daigle

Samantha Fish
Jupiter & Okwess of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Kermit Ruffins & The Barbecue Swingers

Big Sam's Funky Nation

Sweet Crude
Naturally 7

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

The Rance Allen Group

Boyfriend
Davell Crawford

Regina Carter's Southern Comfort
Terence Blanchard featuring the E-Collective

The Bahamas Revue Band
Cécile McLorin Salvant

Walter Wolfman Washington & The Roadmasters
Ricky Dillard & New G

John Hammond

Amanda Shaw

Marcia Ball
Sonny Landreth

Pine Leaf Boys

Nicholas Payton and The Light Beings
Deacon John

Cyril Neville's Swamp Funk
Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen

Givers
Original Pinettes Brass Band
Foundation of Funk featuring Zigaboo Modeliste and George Porter, Jr. with special guests Ivan Neville, Tony Hall and Ian Neville
3L Ifèdé of Benin

George Porter, Jr. & Runnin' Pardners
Bobby Jones & the Nashville Super Choir

Banu Gibson

The War and Treaty
Mdou Moctar of Niger

Big Chief Donald Harrison, Jr.

Steve Earle & The Dukes
The Soul Rebels

Delfeayo Marsalis & the Uptown Jazz Orchestra
Big Chief Monk Boudreaux & The Golden Eagles

Dobet Gnahoré of Ivory Coast
The Earls of Leicester presented by Jerry Douglas

New Breed Brass Band
Kathy Taylor and Favor

Crocodile Gumboot Dancers of South Africa
James Andrews & the Crescent City All-Stars

The Django Festival Allstars
Lean On Me: José James Celebrates Bill Withers

Honey Island Swamp Band
Hot 8 Brass Band

Diassing Kunda of Senegal

Matthew Whitaker Quartet
Jarekus Singleton

Little Freddie King Blues Band

Amy Helm
John Mooney & Bluesiana

Eric Lindell

BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet
Voice of the Wetlands All-Stars

Lost Bayou Ramblers

Charmaine Neville Band
Meschiya Lake and The Little Big Horns
C.J. Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band

Darcy Malone and the Tangle
Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience

The New Orleans Klezmer All Stars
Curley Taylor

The Bahamas Junkanoos

Alfredo Rodriguez and Pedrito Martinez
Marc Broussard

Rev. John Wilkins

James Carter Organ Trio
Northern Cree of Canada

Hardhead Hunters Mardi Gras Indians

Jekalyn Carr
Betty Winn & One A-Chord

The Anointed Jackson Sisters

Toronzo Cannon
Dr. Michael White & The Original Liberty Jazz Band with guest Thais Clark
Gregg Stafford's Jazz Hounds

The Milk Carton Kids

Shades of Praise
Baby Boyz Brass Band

New Birth Brass Band

Pocket Aces Brass Band
Stooges Brass Band

Storyville Stompers Brass Band
The Roots of Music Marching Crusaders
Original New Orleans Lady Buckjumpers SA & PC

Scene Boosters SA & PC
Original Pigeon Town Steppers SA & PC

7th Ward Creole Hunters
Wild Red Flames Mardi Gras Indians
The Gathering of Chiefs: Walter Cook & The Creole Wild West MGI with Family and Friends
Northside Skull & Bones GAny.

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Katy Perry?
Earth Wind & Fire?
Santana?

So, you see, jazz is whatever you want it to be
No Aslan.
Ffs. Mockery, etc.
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Old 21-10-2019, 01:19 PM
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No Aslan.
Ffs. Mockery, etc.
They are doing Tubridy that weekend
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Old 21-10-2019, 01:20 PM
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Ffs. Mockery, etc.
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Old 21-10-2019, 01:22 PM
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How Ken Oye protect Uuu in dis Kerazy wuuuuurld........

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Old 21-10-2019, 01:24 PM
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Speculation continues to surround the departure of Sinéad Dunphy, who was announced with much fanfare last year as the new director of the 40-year-old festival. Dunphy, a former director of the Cork Choral Festival and a respected figure on the city’s music scene, came to the role promising to bring much-needed credibility, with a renewed emphasis on jazz as an evolving contemporary art form and a commitment, after years of neglect, to presenting the extraordinary talent now to be found on the domestic scene. But Dunphy’s abrupt dismissal after a single festival has thrown those plans into disarray.

There is now a growing cohort of Irish musicians producing work that is creative, challenging and plugged into the international creative music scene
The failure of the festival to appoint a successor raises serious questions about the festival’s governance, and calls into question the commitment of its sponsor to anything resembling artistic credibility. Despite repeated requests from The Irish Times about the artistic direction of this year’s event, it has proved impossible to discover how programming decisions have been made, or who is making them.

In a brief statement, Guinness’s parent company, Diageo, would only say that “the artistic direction and programming of the 2019 festival is being managed by a team . . . made up of the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival committee combined with our event partners Verve Marketing and our music booking agents, AMA Music Agency . . . as well as the Diageo sponsorship team, who, together, have devised an exciting programme of activity”. But, as a major international festival of music, Cork surely deserves a director with a background in the music and an understanding of developments in the art form.

The plot thickened over the summer when Dunphy filed an unfair dismissal suit against the festival organisers, claiming that she was summarily fired by Diageo and their agents, the Verve Marketing Agency in Dublin. That case has yet to come before the courts. But it is clear that the big loser is the festival itself, which has become a laughing stock amongst the jazz community in Ireland and further afield, its reputation damaged by cancelled bookings, unfulfilled promises and continuing uncertainty. This year’s thin and confused programme was always going to raise questions about the future of the festival, with some believing now that a change in the funding structure would be in the longterm interests of the festival.

That would appear to have been written by one of these:


Jazz Weekend Music Intellectuals
If you like your audiences sober, quiet, respectful, musically informed and maybe just a little bit up their own trombone, there is still plenty of good gigs to go to and avoid the festival madness.

If your real passion is classic music and you like to get into the spirit of the weekend by jazzing up your crotchets and quavers just a touch, then the Triskel is the place for you. As well as being a beautiful, unique venue steeped in history oozing civility, during the festival it specialises in low-fi violin/guitar duos, and jazz trios whose members have all published post-doctoral papers on topics like the influence of northern Brazilian maracatu samba on southern Javanese Gamelan music.

Spotted: buying a CD from the merchandise stand after the show, discussing pentatonic scales and telling fellow patrons he’d really prefer a vinyl copy.


http://www.peoplesrepublicofcork.com...-jazz-festival
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Old 22-10-2019, 05:19 PM
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Jazzlan me hole
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Old 22-10-2019, 05:28 PM
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Aslan and Sinead O'Connor.


As Jazz as it gets.


Feck all publicity this year.
Gone on legal costs?
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