Monday, December 30, 2019

Kansas City Music Man Of The Decade

Blogger dedication to this Internationally-acclaimed jazz scholar who helped shape Kansas City's upper-class music scene and provided the soundtrack to many of this town's elite gatherings over the past ten years . . . Read more:

Bobby Watson: The Plastic Sax Person of the Decade

The Bobby Watson era in Kansas City is almost over. The hometown hero transformed the area's music scene soon after becoming the Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2000. He stepped down this year.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jazz isn't dead
It just smells funny

FZ

Anonymous said...

^^^ LOL!

Anonymous said...

Jazz is dead. Only old men, who play their trumpets while walking around the house in underwears are jazz fans. And the heroin addicts and other deviants. Jazz is for the lower life forms

Anonymous said...

^^^ So, what, pray tell, is YOUR preference in music? I'm sure it's vastly superior to jazz. LOL Whatever it is, I'm sure it was your undeniable good taste and reasonable attitude that led you to your decision :-)