Mick Carlon

Mick’s Contributions

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03/25/14    In Profile with Mick Carlon

John Boutté: NOLA Captured In Song

Singing it like he means it

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12/15/13    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Eli Yamin: The Whirlwind of Jazz

The ultimate multitasker wants peace and millions of jazz fans

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12/09/13    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Tim Laughlin: Swinging Son of New Orleans

Keeping the clarinet tradition alive in the Big Easy

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11/29/13    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Yuval Cohen: Musician, Composer, Teacher

Depth, sensitivity and melody

11/18/13    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Mike Persico: Soul, Mood and Emotion

Cape Cod's resident trombonist was "born 70 years too late"

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10/16/13    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Wycliffe Gordon: A Man of Many Talents

Spending time in New Orleans with the master trombonist

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10/04/13    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Paul Carlon: One Busy (and swinging) Musician

A saxophonist's new album imagines Strayhorn as Cuban

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09/07/13    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Jerry Pashin: A Talk With ‘The Legend’

Jersey Shore jazzman

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04/09/13    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Jazz Warmth—It’s Real

The kindness of Marian McPartland and Jackie McLean went a long way

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12/10/12    In Profile with Mick Carlon

San Antonio’s Jim Cullum Jazz Band

Crisp, swinging, and soulful

07/14/12    In Profile with Mick Carlon

George A. Santino: A Seattle Crooner

Mick Carlon on the singer raised in Philadelphia and employed for 20 years at Microsoft

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06/14/12    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Off the Beaten Track: Rediscovering a Couple of Little Known Gems

Edmond Hall's 'Profoundly Blue' and John Lewis/Sacha Distel's 'Afternoon in Paris'

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05/26/12    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Poem for Billy Higgins

I saw Billy Higgins Once On a warm October Greenwich Village Night. He was surrounded by Friends At an outdoor Cafe. Holy moley, I thought, That's Billy Higgins! Naturally, He was Smiling.

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03/12/12    News

Remembering Trumpeter Lou Colombo

A Cape Cod treasure is recalled

09/07/11    In Profile with Mick Carlon

New Black Eagle Jazz Band: 40 Years of Jazz

Mick Carlon on the noted traditional jazz band based in New England

06/25/11    In Profile with Mick Carlon

Dave McKenna: The Big Man and his Big Fan

Mick Carlon explains his admiration for the late jazz pianist, Dave McKenna

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About Mick Carlon

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Mick Carlon joined the JazzTimes community on Apr 13, 2011