Hear the husband-and-wife two-piano duo make a “unique sound that is the sum of both of us” at the Kennedy Center.
One of contemporary jazz’s most renowned pianists dazzles during his recent visit to KPLU’s studios in Seattle. Watch Chestnut work magic throughout this three-song solo set.
The Mississippi Sheiks were a popular string band of the 1920’s and 30’s, with a sound that was a crossover between country music and blues. Though Mississippi-based, their music differed from delta blues in some important ways. For one, country blues chord changes have more in common with folk music than with blues, and secondly, […]