JAZZ

The Northampton Jazz Festival has appeared in some different formats over the years and offered a wide slate of talented musicians, from industry...

Growing up in Louisville, Kentucky, Matthew “Fat Cat” Rivera didn’t hear a whole lot of jazz. But what he did hear began to pique his interest.By...

At the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the Fine Arts Center is now opening its fall season, and they’ll do it with a particular flourish when...

David Sanford has a pretty clear memory of the day that sparked his first real interest in music. He was in elementary school, and he’d gone to...

Summer is outdoor musical festival time — and next weekend, it will be Springfield’s turn to shine.The Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival, now...

Arts Night Out has a long tradition in Northampton. For three hours on the second Friday of each month, art galleries open their doors, dance...

Last summer, in the midst of a prolonged contract dispute with management, musicians who play in the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (SSO) formed an...

For many years, Lois Ahrens has been pushing to change the nation’s prison system. The Northampton activist, who heads the Real Cost of Prisons...

AMHERST — Over 30 years ago, Glenn Siegel, then working as a jazz DJ at WMUA-FM at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, went to talk to...

In a video interview he gave a couple years ago when he released his most recent album, “That’s What I Heard,” bluesman Robert Cray was asked to...

The Northampton Jazz Festival, shut down last fall because of COVID-19, returns this weekend, Oct. 1-2, with a busy schedule of live performances...

Back in 2012, Glenn Siegel was looking for a way to bring more jazz shows to the Valley. A longtime producer of concerts in the area, such as the...

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