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Adrian Dorsman

SF Station Writer

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New Groove Jazz
By Adrian Dorsman (Sep 09, 2004)
With a solid backbone in jazz and funk, incorporating influences from rock and hip hop, Soulive's new groove sound is one of the brightest in modern jazz today. Exploding in popularity over the past five years by consistently delivering concerts that delight nearly everyone in attendance, Soulive has emerged as one of the next great jazz bands leading the genre to new levels of appreciation. Appealing primarily to younger audiences, the newer generations of jazz aficionados, Soulive is one of those bands where just about every song sounds enlightening, wholesome, fun, and downright good. More »
One Last Jam (with vocals)
By Adrian Dorsman (Aug 03, 2004)
The legendary New Orleans jam band, [i]Galactic[/i], has been trotting around the world for the past year touting their latest tracks and newer, cleaner sound fresh from the group's most recent album, [i]Ruckus[/i]. As announced at the beginning of August, this will be the band's final tour with lead singer, Theryl DeClouet, and, with the last shows of the tour scheduled for San Francisco, the two nights they will be playing at the Fillmore will be the last chance for anyone to see the full [i]Galactic[/i] original line up at their tightest, most polished, and most publicized ever. More »
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