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Sidney Bechet

Sidney Bechet (1897-1959)


Bechet's style of playing clarinet and soprano sax dominated many of the bands that he was in.
He played lead parts that were usually reserved for trumpets and was a master of improvisation.
Bechet summered many years in Juan-les-Pins on the French Riviera. A statue there, presented by the city of New Orleans, commemorates his life.
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Barney Wilen

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Dizzy Gillespie

Dizzy Gillespie

Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington

Jazz on the Riviera started in the 1920's and really became popular in the 1950's.


When Sydney Bechet was married in 1950 in Juan-les-Pins, most of the jazz greats journeyed to the Riviera for the wedding.

The jazz festival in Nice has been going on longer than the Newport Jazz Festival.
Lionel Hampton

Lionel Hampton

Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong

Miles Davis

Miles Davis

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Jazz on the Riviera


American GIs went to France in World War 1 and brought the new music with them. New French words appeared almost as rapidly: rag-time became "le temps de chiffon", while "swinguer" and "le big band" entered French dictionaries.

Between the wars, more Americans followed with their jazz. During this time, the Riviera stopped being a sedate Winter resort and turned into a cool Summer resort. Many African-American jazz musicians came too because of the warm and friendly reception of the French people.

Because the Riviera is an "outdoors" place, the "jazz festival" was born. In France, there are over 250 jazz festivals: most in July and August, and most in the French Riviera.

Jazz-à-Juan at Juan-les-Pins is in a setting of 100-year-old pine trees and with the moonlit Mediterranean in the background. When this event began in 1963, the mayor was so astonished by the "hippie" audience, that he bussed them out of town; but they walked back.

The Roman arena in Nice has been an "entertainment center" for 2,000 years, but never anything as big as the 8-day jazz festival. About 50,000 people watch 75 concerts by 500 artists.

Hyères celebrates the fact that the reeds produced from local canes – Rico - are prized by the world’s finest musicians. Therefore, it's festivcal is called "Festival de l’Anche" (reed)

Here's a list of some of the jazz festivals on the French Riviera:

Barcelonette Beaulieu La Ciotat Draguignan (in the "back country") Juan-les-Pins Menton Nice Porquerolles (It's on an island!) "a beautiful "perched village" near St Tropez St.-Raphaël La Seyne Toulon

The best writer about Jazz on the Riviera is Ted Jones
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Pioneer radio station WGY in Schenectady: "W" for Wireless; "G" the first letter in General Electric; "Y" the last letter in Schenectady.


Also pioneer TV station WRGB (named for Walter R G Baker, the General Electric executive who started it and pioneer FM station WGFM. WGY is a "Clear Channel" 50,000 watt station from 1922 that once broadcast around the World at 500,000 watts (but "fried" too many cows near the transmitter and then FCC regulated).

The first radio station in Utica, New York was called WSL, operating on a power of 10 watts using the 1100 frequency.


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Been a long time since Arlo Guthrie and Pete Seeger played concerts together.


Pete has been involved with saving the Hudson River and the new walkway on the old bridge. Alices's Restaurant (the local story anyway) is still around. See what somebody did to one of Arlo's songs!


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Jazz Club in Nice
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Before the mud of Woodstock there were the love songs of The Fantasticks. Before Neil Armstrong walked on the Moon, before Elizabeth Taylor received an Academy Award for Butterfield 8, and before Wilt Chamberlain completed the first of his seven consecutive years as basketball's top scorer, "Try To Remember" and "Soon It's Gonna Rain" from The Fantasticks, were part of our national culture. The Fantasticks has charmed audiences at the Sullivan Street Playhouse in Greenwich Village ever since Dwight Eisenhower was president. Each generation from bobby-soxers to flower children to babyboomers, to cyberkids have embraced the universality of the show.

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This site is for Leonard Cohen's music and book fans. Mr.Cohen has written 2 novels , 9 books of poetry and 14 record albums. He began his poetry career with the book "Let Us Compare Mythologies" in 1956 and released his first record in 1967 titled "Songs of Leonard Cohen".
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Hommage à Jimi Hendrix

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Site consacré à ce légendaire guitariste américain. On y retrouve sa biographie, les principaux albums de sa discographie et des liens intéressants.

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Robert Goulet

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One of the very best – you looked the part, you sounded like a Frenchman, you sang beautifully, and you gave great joy!
I hand you this on your birthday and pray that I'll look as good as you when I'm eighty-seven.
Abrazos & regards —
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Omar Sherif

Omar Sherif was born Michel Dimitri Shalhoub in 1931 to a wealthy Alexandrian family of Christian Lebanese origin.

He spent several years as a child in Zahle, and in Imprisoned Splendour recalls those happy years.
Already a star in the Middle East from his many Egyptian films, Sharif was launched to international celebrity status after his role in Lawrence of Arabia in 1962, which earned him an Academy Award nomination and starred opposite Julie Christie in the classic bittersweet Dr Zhivago (1965), a role that won him a Golden Globe award and remains one of his best-known films.
Sharif is well-known these days as a world class bridge player and writes a column for London's Observer newspaper.
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Gloria Vanderbilt received her education at the Art Students League in New York City, studying drawing, anatomy and painting. She had her first one-woman exhibition of oil paintings at the Bertha Schaeffer Gallery in Manhattan in 1952.


Retrospectives of her paintings, collages and pastels have been exhibited at the Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, the Reading Museum and Art Gallery and the Tennessee Museum of Fine Arts.
In 1969, she received the Neiman Marcus Fashion Award and was elected to the Fashion Hall of Fame. In the 1970s, Hallmark introduced her artwork to the commercial market by producing Gloria Vanderbilt Collections of paper products created from her paintings and collages.
Miss Vanderbilt is the recipient of the Gold Medal of Merit from the National Society of Arts and Letters and the Talbot Perkins Children’s Services Mother of the Year Award. In 1979 she was awarded Brandeis University’s National Women’s Committee “Major Book Collection” award.
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liz claiborne Liz Claiborne

Elizabeth (Liz) Claiborne was from a New Orleans family, but since her father worked in Belgium, she was born in 1929 in Brussels. She studied at the Fine Arts School and Painter's Studio, in Belgium. She also studied at the Nice Academy in France and later on in the USA.

In 1949, she won a HARPERS BAZAAR Jacques Heim design contest, which entitled her to travel and sketch in Europe. On her return to New York, she joined Tina Leser where she worked for two years. Later she worked at Omar Kiam where she was design assistant to Ben Reig.
Liz married Ben Schultz in 1950 but that marriage ended in divorce. She had a son named Alexander. She married Arthur Ortenberg in 1957.
In 1954 Liz started up as a New York free-lance designer.
In 1960 she began to design for the Youth Guild Inc, a division of Jonathan Logan. She worked here for 16 years.
During the 1960;s she was one of the many designers who helped promote the idea of removing the strict classifications of clothes for specific occasions, by designing a complete wardrobe of mix-and-match separates.
In 1976, Claiborne started up her own company, along with her husband Art Ortenberg, and their friends Leonard Boxer and Jerome Chaze. This went public in 1981 and now employs around 8,000 people. The Net sales in 2000 were over $ 3 billion. For nearly 30 years the Liz Claiborne company has produced predominantly youthful, fashion-conscious clothes. Her forte has been casual, separates-based working wardrobes, sold in a medium-price range.
In 1980 her innovative designs were so successful that she became the first woman in the US fashion industry to be named "Entrepreneur of the Year". Merrill Lynch described her company as a "case history of success".
Liz was awarded the CFDA designer of the year award in 1985.
In 1989, when she reached 60, Liz personally retired from active work in the company although she still keeps an eye on the house that bears her name. The house is still a billion dollar concern going into the 21st century.
The Liz Claiborne Corporation controls an estimated one-third of the $ 10 billion US market for womens sportswear, and sells through 3500 retailers in the US. It has acquired several other designer houses, mostly those started by women, such as Sigrid Olsen and Dana Buchman.
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Yes! There is ice skating in Nice! During the Christmas season, they set up a "Christmas Village" on Place Massena. It has numerous vendors in a beautiful setting and even has an ice skating rink. Other towns do this as well. Menton even has a luge.
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