NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Apr 28, 2015 – 10:23 am Every Genre, Please: Glasper’s GRAMMY Greed Just last year Glasper won his first Emmy Award, along with Common and Karriem Riggins, in Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for “Letter To The Free” from the Netflix documentary 13th. His most recent GRAMMY win was for Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media for the movie Miles Ahead at the 59th GRAMMY Awards. He has said he wants to win a GRAMMY in every genre. With soundtrack composing in his wide range as well, he seeks to join Common in Emmy-GRAMMY-Oscar territory someday.Regardless of awards, jazz’s rewards are legendary, spontaneous and rooted in U.S. cultural history, so these fresh fruits in October should be a welcome addition to anyone’s musical diet.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Jazz Alive! Inside Robert Glasper’s October Residency At The Blue Note Email News “I came to New York tracking other people’s footsteps, and now it’s me and the musicians that I came up with who are making footprints for the next generation to follow,” said Glasper. “New York is the reason everything popped off for me. It’s the only place in the world with this heavy traffic of quintessential, true jazz and quintessential, true hip-hop, the only place I could have met these people and made this music … I’m taking over the Blue Note to tell that story, my music milestones, in the place it all began.” Seven lineups of today’s jazz talent to be on display in an NYC residency like no otherPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Aug 14, 2018 – 3:22 pm On Aug. 14 the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City announced contemporary jazz exemplar Robert Glasper will host an exceptional residency in October, bringing together seven combinations of today’s outstanding jazz talents for 48 shows on 24 nights.GRAMMY winners sitting in on the multiple configurations include Chris Dave and Derrick Hodge, who’ve played and won with Glasper’s group the Robert Glasper Experiment, as well as Bilal, Christian McBride and Nicholas Payton. Exclusive details are at Billboard, and previous nominees in the lineups include Terrace Martin and Christian Scott. This ambitious residency not only shows Glasper’s devotion to the genre, but reminds us jazz is very much alive! Facebook Robert Glasper Taking Over The Blue Note In Oct. jazz-alive-inside-robert-glaspers-october-residency-blue-note Twitter https://www.instagram.com/p/Bmd1xumBCmi/?taken-by=bluenotenyc
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A screen shot from Dwarakish’s video.PR HandoutVeteran Kannada actor and filmmaker Dwarakish has become the latest victim of a death hoax. There were rumours doing rounds that he passed away following which his fans started sharing their condolence messages on social media.”This is to clarify once again. Dwarakish sir is fine and well. Please don’t allow rumors to spread [sic],” director Chaitanya KM gave a clarification on Twitter when the speculations started going viral.Meanwhile, Dwarakish himself has issued a statement in a video to put an end to the rumours. “Hello everyone, this is your Karnatakada Kulla. I am hale and healthy. Please do not believe any rumours on my health,” Dwarakish said. He added that with the people’s blessings and love he is “doing well.”Since Monday evening, speculations were doing rounds on WhatsApp which had come as a shock to the fans of Kannada films. The clarification has come as a relief to the cine-goers which are still recovering from the death of veterans like Ambareesh, Parvathamma Rajkumar and Kashinath in recent years. Dwarakish is a multifaceted actor, who has produced and directed quality movies in Kannada. Known as Prachanda Kulla by his fans, he directed, acted and produced the movies of legends like Dr Rajkumar and Vishnuvardhan. He found a place in the hearts of millions of fans as a comedian. Gradually, he displayed his directorial skills and made landmarks movies like “Mayor Muthanna”, “Kulla Agent 000”, “Singaporenalli Raja Kulla”, “Guru Shishyaru”, etc.