Jazz

Clarence (Big) Miller is seen during a performance at the Yardbird Suite, a jazz club in Edmonton, in an undated handout photo. The biggest thing about Big Miller may have been the legacy he left in his adopted home. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-The Yardbird Suite Society, *MANDATORY CREDIT*

‘I’m an Albertan’: Jazz legend Big Miller left swinging legacy in his adopted home

Clarence (Big) Horatius Miller was born in 1922 and grew up in Kansas

 

Online jazz fest better than nothing, but VP wants ‘real’ festival next year

Online jazz fest better than nothing, but VP wants ‘real’ festival next year

Online jazz fest better than nothing, but VP wants ‘real’ festival next year

 

Oscar Peterson’s widow thrilled by petition to change metro station name

Oscar Peterson’s widow thrilled by petition to change metro station name

Oscar Peterson’s widow thrilled by petition to change metro station name

 

The Jazz Guys perform in West Stettler Park on June 27. The Jazz Guys usually start the summer series of entertainment in the park. The Jazz Guys include: Eric “Da Boss” Rahn - keyboard; Alan “Sticks” Willis - percussion; Ethan “Young Man” Rahn - trumpet; Jeff “Slider” Lee - trombone; Jon “Speed Trap” McNickle - trumpet; Marvyn “Eggman” Harris - trumpet; John “Smooth” Ireland - alto sax; Scott “Mr Music” Pfeiffer - tenor sax; Ted “Restless” Nibourg - alto sax; Joe “Strings” Melnyk - guitar; and Geoff “Get Along” Long - bass. (Kevin Sabo photo)

Stettler’s Entertainment in the Park kicks off

Jazz Guys start the season

  • Jun 28, 2018
The Jazz Guys perform in West Stettler Park on June 27. The Jazz Guys usually start the summer series of entertainment in the park. The Jazz Guys include: Eric “Da Boss” Rahn - keyboard; Alan “Sticks” Willis - percussion; Ethan “Young Man” Rahn - trumpet; Jeff “Slider” Lee - trombone; Jon “Speed Trap” McNickle - trumpet; Marvyn “Eggman” Harris - trumpet; John “Smooth” Ireland - alto sax; Scott “Mr Music” Pfeiffer - tenor sax; Ted “Restless” Nibourg - alto sax; Joe “Strings” Melnyk - guitar; and Geoff “Get Along” Long - bass. (Kevin Sabo photo)