Bruce ’s Contributions
05/13/12 Community Articles
Jule Charnet is a blues shouter and straight-ahead swinger whose sense of swing and purity of tone make her a joy to listen to.
01/30/12 Community Articles
JazzLegends.com, devoted to providing students, fans and musicians with the rarest video and audio in the universe, is back online after technical difficulties shut it down for a month
08/30/11 Community Articles
Pianist/singer Andy Kahn's "Music by Intention" program features the words and music of America's greatest composers. Was his show a hit in an Atlantic City casino? You bet!
04/08/11 Community Articles
Exhaustive research and compelling insights help make "Frank: The Voice" one of the most objective and fascinating books on The Chairman ever written.
03/25/11 Community Articles
Singer/actress Tina Fabrique pays tribute to the late and great First Lady of Song in "Ella."
02/26/11 Community Articles
For three years, off and on, I had the great honor of playing drums with one of the unsung heroes of jazz, Milt Buckner. Here's how it happened...and here's what happened.
02/17/11 Community Articles
Louis Prima's legacy is preserved and perpetuated by these new discoveries, with the driving force behind them being Gia Maione Prima.
02/11/11 Community Articles
Will Friedwald's fabulous new book on the singers of jazz and pop is essential reading for those interested in music of any kind.
01/25/11 Community Articles
Lennie DiMuzio's "Tales From the Cymbal Bag": A One-of-a-Kind Book About a One-of-a-Kind Percussion Industry Legend
The long-awaited book by beloved percussion industry legend is funny, touching, educational, and like DiMuzio himself, is a masterpiece.
01/25/11 Community Articles
Tom Clavin's new book on Louis Prima, Keely Smith and their heyday in Vegas consists mainly of recycled, previously-published material.
01/03/11 Community Articles
After almost 55 years, Philadelphia radio host Sid Mark's "Friday with Frank" program leaves the air.
10/21/10 Community Articles
Andy Kahn, among the first artists to make the "Great American Songbook" the hallmark of his performances, has returned to performing after too long an absence.
Born and bred in Raleigh, N.C., vibraphonist Steve Hobbs endeavors here to pay tribute to his Southern roots, as each of these nine compositions has some kind of connection to the South, however distant that connection might be. It’s difficult for any vibraphonist—if...
05/19/10 Community Articles
The remarkable pianist, John Bunch, dies on March 30 at the age of 88.
05/12/10 Community Articles
A great jazz project that fell through the cracks.
05/07/10 Community Articles
Drummer and singer Patricia Dean, who recalls the drumming of Ed Thigpen and the singing of Nancy Wilson, has just released a fabulous new project entitled "You Go to My Head"
About Bruce Klauber
Bruce Klauber joined the JazzTimes community on Mar 20, 2009