Piano player Jimmy Dixon leads his quartet in this live broadcast performance for Detroit Jazz Alive hosted by Jim Gallert on WDET.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Phil "Fresh" Simpson: "Yancey Fiddler" Artist Statement
Don Letts, musician and filmmaker, discusses the documentary Rude Boy and the musical relationship between London, Kingston, and Detroit.
Cliff Coleman and Jim Ruffner present a chronological overview of Detroit jazz in this pamphlet published by the Graystone International Jazz Museum.
Detroit’s Paradise Valley, which was largely destroyed by “urban renewal” programs in the 1960s, was a center in the development of Black music in Detroit.
This page highlights as well as expands on the DJs, producers, and record labels, that Dan Sicko documented during his career.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Wendell Harrison: Blue Bird Stage Performance
Reed-player Wendell Harrison and pianist Harold McKinney perform together for Detroit Jazz Alive, an on-air program broadcast on public radio station WDET.
Detroit Sound Conservancy and Gimlet Media partnered and pressed a promotional 7″ record by Melvin Davis to celebrate Season 2 of the podcast Crimetown.
Detroit Sound Conservancy · Scott Gordon: Dance Detroit Reunion Performance