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Connecting with her audience:
Singer Lisa Amos 
feedsoff of her fans’ energy
Music has a way of bringing people together and when Lisa Amos brings her showmanship and her powerful voice to the stage, the audience comes together in unison to not only listen but to participate.
By Anita Oubre
Wess Anderson
warms your heart with his music
By Dean M. Shapiro
It was in his Brooklyn neighborhood in New York City 
in 1979 when legendary alto saxophonist, 
Sonny Stitt, who has often been compared to Charlie Parker, was doing a gig in a local club. He asked
Wess’s father, Wess Anderson Sr., to sit in with him on drums and young Wess Jr. was invited to tag along, bringing his own alto sax with him.

LAWRENCE COTTON:
Still Tickling the Ivories at 94!
Armando Leduc  
Making an impact in the movie industry
With the advent of modern digital technology
and rapidly increasing avenues of distribution, today’s film industry is undergoing a radical transformation and Armando Leduc is moving along with the times. 
Prior to the pervasive pandemic, 94-year-old Lawrence Cotton was playing piano regularly as the oldest performing musician in New Orleans. As the infection
rate gradually recedes, Cotton is looking forward to the return of his weekly gig at Preservation Hall, as well as finding gigs for his own Legendary Experience band
and performing with Jane Harvey Brown's
Trad Jazz Stars. ​
By Pat Jolly
By Dean M. Shapiro