Andy Tennille

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January/February 2008    News

Yoshi’s San Francisco: Sushi & Standards

Jazz and sushi might not readily rank in the pantheon of classic pairings alongside peanut butter and jelly, champagne and caviar or Abbott and Costello, but don’t tell that to Yoshie Akiba and Kaz Kajimura. For the past 35 years, the two former U.C. Berkeley...

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November 2007    Overdue Ovation

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In the summer of 1958, a freelance photographer named Art Kane, on his first-ever photo assignment for Esquire, assembled 57 jazz musicians in front of a Harlem brownstone along 126th Street for a photo commemorating the golden age of jazz. The photograph...

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January/February 2007    Features

Medeski, Scofield, Martin and Wood: Lightning Strikes Twice

Back before the Internet permeated every facet of our existence—before MySpace, blogs, RSS feeds and e-newsletters—bands kept in touch with their fans through the ubiquitous fan hotline. Despite their “official” air, these “hotlines” were generally nothing...

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About Andy Tennille

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When not ice dancing or feeding his exotic llamas, Andy Tennille is a freelance writer and photographer in San Francisco with bylines and credits in Harp, Paste, Relix, Modern Drummer, American Songwriter, East Bay Express and the San Francisco Chronicle.

Andy Tennille joined the JazzTimes community on Jan 31, 2008