Friday, January 31, 2020

Same Old Song: Newbie Kansas City Jazz Museum Honcho Starts On High Note

Bad puns and high hopes are the only thing this CONSISTENTLY MONEY LOSING KANSAS CITY PROPOSITION has to offer given that the vast majority of music lovers pretty much abandoned jazz sometime around the mid-60s. Read more:

New Director Of Kansas City's American Jazz Museum Says She Has Work To Do Before She Sings

The new director of Kansas City's American Jazz Museum says she's ready to take the city's historic 18th and Vine District "back to the glory that we know it to be." Rashida Phillips started in early January. A jazz vocalist who grew up in St.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Here's a good idea, how about we appoint a white person to run the Jazz dist and see if things improve around there then?

Anonymous said...

The roar of the crowd was so great no one heard the singing sound of taxpayer money flushing down the toilet.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Gone back to St. Louis by August.

Anonymous said...

At least she’s from out of town and not part of the local dysfunction. I am a huge cynic but perhaps she can create traction and positive results.

Anonymous said...

She be singin' "Mo Money"

Anonymous said...

Jazz is finished. Only old white men who play their horns in their underwear at home, all night, love Jazz. its a music loved by schitofrenic people.