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Al Jarreau set to perform on Friday night By Christian McPhate

For the Denton Record-Chronicle

The rhythmic voice percussion reverberating through the microphone echoes a mixture of beebop beats tinged with a rhythm and blues feel. Sometimes it'll sound as if an electric guitar is playing as the singer creates these lyrical vibrations. Some call it “scat,” but it's a sound exclusive to one artist whose spent more than six decades perfecting the technique and earning him a score of Grammy Awards and the only vocalist in history to net wins in three different categories (jazz, pop and R&B.) “It's freedom in the music,” the legendary jazz singer says, “and feeling the syncopation and putting sounds to it.” He wasn't the first to attempt this type of vocal percussion. The great Ella Fitzgerald and John Hendrix were doing something similar in their music. Blues and Jazz artists had been flirting with this style for decades. But at 74-years-old Al Jarreau is no ordinary vocalist. His unique blend of vocal beats and soulful lyrics has appeared on more than 20 albums and garnered a legion of fans across the globe, earning this contemporary jazz artist a place as one of the greatest singers of the 21st century. And he'll be headlining the Denton Arts & Jazz

Festival at 9 p.m. on Friday, April 25. “You guys are well down the road, and I'm late to the party,” says Jarreau of his first appearance at this year's festival. “I've got make up for lost time.” For his first appearance on the Wells Fargo/Budweiser stage, Jarreau plans to sing classics like “Take Five” and “We're In This Love Together” from some of his earlier records, “Hearts Horizon” and “Random Act of Love” and some of his newer stuff like “Scootcha Booty” from Al Jarreau and the Metropole Orkest: Live, a performance with a respected Dutch orchestra. Ever since he was five years old and sitting in the back of his father's car, Jarreau has been making rhythmic sounds as if he were mimicking the music he would hear on the radio to entertain himself. He'd do the same thing when he was walking to the grocery store in Milwaukee, where he grew up. Although he was a regular attendee of church and oftentimes performed music with his parents on Sunday mornings, most people he passed just steered around him, saying, “Exuse me, I'll let you go past, mister.” Something about music, though, caused not only his feet and body to move but also

strange lyrical sounds echo from his soul as the power of the song took over. He was just learning how to express himself vocally. “Everybody's got some oinks, squeaks and quacks of their own,” Jarreau says. “I just discovered my own oinks, squeaks and quacks and put them into music.” But he didn't start performing these “oinks, squeaks and quacks” until after his time moonlight with George Duke and his jazz trio at the Half Note. That's when he met Julio Martinez, a flamenco guitarist, who helped him harness the rhythmic sound of Brazil that was influencing Jarreau at the

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Osbourne are also making appearances on his new offering. “It's really a 'fire in the belly project' for me,” he says. “It's great for people like me who are constantly looking for 'fire in the belly projects.' Keep that fire happening, keep those spirits high. It's all over the record we're doing from top to bottom.” His first visit to the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival promises to be a memorable experience for festival goers, and Jarreau is excited about sharing his passion for music. Jarreau will be backed by his sextet and Symphony show. “Having fun,” Jarreau says. “That's what this period in my life highlights more than anything else. Is still having gratitude and thanks and doing it with joy and happiness. That's church, man. If you understand that, you make people feel better. It fires me up.”

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More than 9,000 feet high in the Colorado mountains grow some of the brightest flowers you’ll ever see. Colorado columbines, pansies, coral bells, cosmos, roses and more sprout from the ground amidst hundreds of others, higher than most ski slopes, away from the hustle and bustle. The warm days in Bailey, Colorado, coupled with cool nights and extreme elevation, help produce an array of rich color nothing but Mother Nature could create. From there, Guy and Barbara Beals of Blossoms of the Rockies, make sure that beauty is preserved forever. The flowers, all native Colorado wildflowers, were planted in the Beals’ private garden with very specific intentions. When they are at their absolute boldest, when they are in full bloom and at full potential, they’ll be plucked from their stems and transformed into a different kind of art – pressed flower creations, colorful bouquets and landscapes made from nothing more than a wood backing, paper, glue and pressed flowers. “We move through life so quickly, that most people don’t want to take that time to collect Mother Nature’s beauty and press them and then cre-


Properties ate something out of them,” Guy says. But he and his wife take the time, inspired by their love of nature.

The Beals will be showing more than 500 pieces at this year's Denton Arts and Jazz Festival. This year will be their third trip to North Texas.

It all started about 35 years ago when Guy, a cabinetmaker by trade, helped a woman craft some flower presses. When she completed her work, she gifted one of the presses to Guy. “All from the love of being outside, enjoying Mother Nature…and now we get paid to go pick flowers and go camping,” Guy says. Now, hundreds of creations travel the road with the couple as they make their way to the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival, one of the bigger festivals they visit. “I have a full season of growing flowers and pressing them before I can even begin to think about making the first piece,” Guy says. He and his wife pick more than 1 million blossoms each season. The patience and effort required makes flower pressing somewhat of a dying art. Thankfully, Guy and Barbara aren’t letting it.





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Denton Arts & Jazz Festival Sisters’ fine fiddling electrifies Americana with a classic Texas twist By Amelia Jaycen

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Texas belles Grace, Sophia and Hulda Quebe slice up a sweet tension in the air as their violins raise and the band counts off. Bursting into the first measure of classic songs, they hit straight to the heart with Texas-style fiddling that rouses audiences, turns heads and stops Jimmy Buffet in his tracks. It’s no lie when Buffet says, “Man can they play.” Their lightning-fast fiddling played with the infectious flair of three Texas sweethearts gets audiences tapping and grinning ear-to-ear, and then the girls kick it up a notch with vintage-style vocal harmonizing that coats the stage with honey, awakening the core of Texas music with a truly original style. The Quebe (pronounced KWAY-bee) Sisters will perform Saturday, April 26, at 7 p.m. on the Wells Fargo/Budweiser Jazz Stage, followed by their friends Asleep at the Wheel at 9 p.m. The Sisters’ twist on country, western and cowboy songs mixed with western swing, jazz and bluegrass influences resonates with both Texas and national audiences. Their February 2014 album Every Which-A-Way won the Crescendo Award by Western Music Association and the Western Swing Album of the Year from the Academy of Western Artists. The Quebe Sisters’ history of wildly consuming shows all began in Denton when the young Quebe girls ages seven, 10, and 12 saw a fiddling contest at the 1998 North Texas State Fair. “When we heard fiddle music, we thought ‘Wow! That looks fun!’” Hulda Quebe said. They connected with Sherry and Joey McKenzie as instructors and mentors, began training and catapulted into a string of competition awards and live performances, an

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adventure that landed them on the stages of the Grand Ole Opry and the Marty Stuart Show. Thanks to nudges from McKenzie and advice from Ricky Skaggs, the sisters added vocals to their rapidly expanding repertoire, and they

debuted their singing in 2005. Their second album, Timeless, was recorded at Johnny Cash’s historic Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee. In recent years, they have worked with Rosana Eckert of the UNT College of Music for vocal training.

The Quebe Sisters Band, originally three fiddles, three vocals, guitar by Joey McKenzie and bass by Gavin Kelso, is making big changes this year as McKenzie and Kelso focus on other projects. Joining the sisters are two new bandmates, twin sisters Penny

Lea and Katy Lou Clark of The Purple Hulls. “We love traveling, we love coming back to places like the Denton Arts & Jazz festival, we love how many things you can create with the music,” Hulda said.

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Denton Arts & Jazz Festival Local artist, musician brings stained glass artwork to festival

By Jane R. LeBlanc

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A few blocks from the famous Denton Square, on Bolivar Street, sits a small house with white siding, turquoise framework and lavender doors where artist Christie Wood creates mesmerizing stained glass artwork that she'll be showing and selling in the civic center at this year's Denton Arts & Jazz Festival. “It’s local,” Wood says, “but more importantly, it’s the best music. Ever.” Wood also has a passion for music, and the festival gives her the chance to showcase all of her talents. She’ll be playing baritone sax with Foo McBubba on Friday, April 25, and flute with the Jett Quartet on Sunday, April 27, at the festival. Born in Texas City, Texas,

and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana, Wood graduated from the University of North Texas in 1973, earning a bachelor’s degree in music education. In 1993, she took a beginners class in the art of stained glass. “I wanted to exercise the artistic side of my brain,” she says. But what was meant to be a hobby quickly turned into a passion. A mere two years after taking her first class, Wood opened Art Glass Ensembles and made stained glass her career. Almost 100 percent of her work is commission-based. She creates pieces for churches and private residences and repairs broken artwork, too. Be sure to check her out in the civic center at the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival.


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Denton Bible Church offers woodworking tent By Christian McPhate

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Every year Denton Arts & Jazz Festival not only offers great music by worldrenowned musicians like Al Jarreau and his sextet and Symphony show (on Friday night), Asleep at the Wheel (on Saturday night) and, of course, Brave Combo (on Sunday night) but also arts and craft events that have become a staple of the Arts & Jazz experience. Painted faces, temporary tattoos and painting bird houses go hand-in-hand with But painting bird houses takes more than just slapping a coat of paint on a pre-made kit. They must be sanded, nailed, sanded, glued and sanded again. “It allows them to get some hands on experience,” says Wayne Carrigan of The Sweat Team, a Denton Bible Church organization that helps families in need. For 10 years now the Skilled Workers for Every Available Task, or The Sweat Team, have been building bird houses, bird feeders and Bible book stands in the Children's Art Tent at the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival. Their belief in being good servants to the community comes from scripture. So every year the church pays for all of the wood supplies with the help of donations and offers the crafted works of art at no cost to the children. “We view this as a great opportunity for us to have an outreach in the community,” says Carrigan.

Carrigan points out that children don't often get to work with wood tools anymore. But at the wood projects tent, they get handle a drill press, a nail gun and a sander, under adult supervision of course. But just the sound of the air thundering through a nail gun as the nail slams into the board leaves a child's hand shaking but brings a smile to his face. Thousands of children attending the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival have walked through the Children's Art Tent, requesting a bird house or a sword, which has now been substituted with a peanut butter spreader. In previous years, spacing was a problem for all the projects and visitors, but this year The Sweat Team will be offering arts and crafts for people of all ages in a 30x60 tent. The team will also be introducing two new wood-cutting projects: the old 1930s Model Ford car and a sleek race car. Once sanded and put together, you'll have the opportunity to paint them the color or colors of your choice. “And that's what makes it rewarding,” says Carrigan. “It's the most organized chaos and most tiring experience volunteering. But when you think about everything you've done for the kids, you're ready for next year.” Be sure to visit the Children's Art Tent on Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26, at the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival.

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Asleep at the Wheel brings its American root swing revival

By Aaron Claycomb

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For the Denton Record-Chronicle

The boots on the ballroom floor slide from left to right. Then front to back. The saxophone rattles, the piano keys dance, upbeat and lively, and the fiddle and steel guitar slide and bend this southern-country-style boogie. Since 1970, the acclaimed western swing band, Asleep at the Wheel, has kept a certain bluesySouthern-country tune more than just alive. “Western swing ain’t dead,” says frontman Ray Benson, “it’s Asleep at the Wheel.” Nine-time Grammy winners, they’ve performed all over the world from the Grand Ole Opry to the Country Music Awards to nearly every smalltown ballroom in the U.S. The biggest king of country swing will take the stage at 9 p.m. this Saturday, April 26, at the 24th official Denton Arts & Jazz Festival. Drawing major inspirations from jazz, the band has strong ties with musicians from one of the country’s lead jazz schools, Denton’s own University of North Texas. But this will be the first time Asleep at the Wheel is per-

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forming at the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival. Closing the Jazz Stage, on Saturday night, with full on western swing, Asleep at the Wheel follows The Quebe Sisters Band, the Fort Worthbased fiddle and swing group. And this isn’t the first time

these sisters have performed on the same bill as Benson and his band, adding their own Texas swing tunes. Benson is the reason Asleep at the Wheel is still blazing its own western swing highway. He’s kept the tour bus going for more than four decades. The only original member of the band, he was named Texas Musician of the Year in 2004 and Texan of the Year in 2011. Originally from Paw Paw, West Virgina, Benson and the original band members – Lucky Ocean (steel guitar), LeRoy Preston (drums), Chris O’Connell (guitar) and Gene Dobkin (bass) – moved to California with the goal to help revive American roots music. Starting with more traditional country and rock and roll, the band added its contemporary jazz influence when keyboardist Floyd Domino joined the lineup. But it wasn’t until they heard Merle Haggard’s tribute album to Bob Wills – the godfather of western swing – that they really began swinging. Asleep at the Wheel has had singles all over the country

Billboard charts. In 2011, Texas called western swing the official music of the state, and now a Texas-sized tradition, they even picked up the nickname “the official band of Texas,” and performed alongside country music legends Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan and George Straight. Over the years, band members have brought their own unique sound to Asleep at the Wheel, Benson says. The band usually consists of seven to 15 of the finest musicians he can talk into jumping in the tour bus. “The Wheel” has seen over 80 of the best musicians in the country genre. Current Asleep at the Wheel members playing at this year's Denton Arts & Jazz Festival include Benson (guitar and vocals), Dave Sanger (drums), Dave Miller (Bass), Jason Roberts (fiddle and vocals), Dan Walton (piano), Eddie Rivers (steel guitar) and newest addition, Katy Holmes (fiddle and vocals) who’s taking over for Elizabeth McQueen (acoustic guitar and vocals).

“[New band members] learn the parts that have come before and then they add their personalities, their abilities or their ideas to the mix,” Benson says. “It’s always built upon what went before. But it’s always add what they can add to it.” Asleep at the Wheel originals like “Boogie Back to Texas,” “The Letter That Johnny Walker Read” are full of grit, rock and roll and lots of swing. Each of their songs is mixed and mashed from several genres – the saxophone jazz solo to the country fiddle to the blues guitar licks. They can reinvent any country classic, giving it a kick of their classic western swing. With Benson’s lead baritone vocals, Asleep at the Wheel’s “Route 66” rendition is a classic soul-stirring-Texas-twangboogie. “We’re not the hot act of the day,” says Benson, but for over forty years, the mission has always remained the same: revive American roots. “We’ve been up and down and we continue to play and do what we’re doing.”

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Dancing Elk Designs transforms antlers into fine jewelry By Amelia Jaycen

For the Denton Record-Chronicle

At 8,000 feet in the remote mountains of Colorado Jeff and Myan Sorensen wander through the late winter landscape searching for deer and elk antlers. Used to spar for females and protect the herum, antlers are grown throughout the spring and lost in the fall and winter, a natural treasure left for the astute gatherer. “When you’re working with a material that you have to go out and find, you get an eye for it,” Myan Sorensen said. “Living in Colorado, antler was the obvious medium for us, and the process translates beautifully.” Myan and her husband, Jeff, have been gathering natural materials for 25 years near their home in Crestone, Colorado and transforming them into hand-crafted jewelry. Her husband's love for hiking and finding antlers and her background in silversmithing led them to begin Dancing Elk Designs. This will be their third year at the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival. The Sorensens take long hikes in the mountains, exploring for antlers—the cycle of changing seasons, growth and loss of antlers is all part of the process each year. Her husband roughs-out art pieces from the antler using tools found at any home improvement store. A glowing torch turns the antler to a warm brown, and polishing brings out a natural shine. The pieces often mimic the shape of the antler, drawing on the natural tendencies. He'll craft earrings, barrettes or belt buckles. “Though we’ve been offered a lot of antlers from hunters, we prefer not to use them,” Myan said. “We view the shed antler as more of a gift from the earth, and then when you sit down with raw materials, some little doorway opens and these creative things spill out.” These creative works of antler art will be available for purchase at this year's Denton Arts & Jazz Festival.


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Experience a three-day musical journey at the UNT Showcase Stage during the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival, April 25-27. Friday, April 25 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.

Alex Hahn Jazz Small Group Brad Kang Jazz Small Group Mariachi Águilas Zebras Contemporary Jazz Ensemble Latin Jazz Lab Band

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Artist Merry Glazner returns to the festival

By Adam Schrader

For the Denton Record-Chronicle

Painting landscapes and flowers takes someone with a steady hand and an eye for Mother Nature. Merry Glazner is one of those artists. Every one of her pieces illuminates her love and joy for life. It's only fitting that she'll be sharing her paintings at this year's Denton Arts & Jazz Festival. Although she's 72, her advanced age hasn't impaired her skills with a brush. Glazner plans to have more than 30 oil and watercolor paintings, all reasonably priced for purchase, at this year's festival. This will be her fourth appearance. Expect to see crowd favorites like sunflowers, garden scenes and bluebonnets from previous years. This year, Glazner is excited to bring several small paintings of her sold-out cotton

pieces. “I didn’t know there would be that much interest but there is a lot of people that know what it is and remember,” she said. Glazner loves the interactions with attendees of the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival. And if you take your children by her booth, she’ll show them how she paints using a palette knife to create images as if they

were inspired by Van Gogh. She paints with the immediacy of classic impressionists. “It’s just like color on top of color beside color and makes [my paintings] vibrant,” she said. Showing her work at the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival is the highlight of her year, and you'll be able to see her impressionistic paintings all three days of the event.


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Denton Arts & Jazz Festival Brave Combo set to close festival with performance Sunday night

By Christian McPhate

For the Denton Record-Chronicle

Brave Combo has been part of the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival since it was known as Spring Fling back in the early '80s. The band's show, which closes the three-day event, has become a tradition for many generations of Dentonites. People will sit through a thunderstorm just to watch this legendary “new wave polka band” perform classics from its more than thirty year history. “They were asking everybody to leave,” says Carl Finch, the band's founder. “It was hard call, but they had to call it.” So he and the band moved off the stage but then noticed the crowd just hunkering down under the trees, waiting for the storm to pass. “It's pouring down rain, and they're doing the exact thing they shouldn't do.” But people wait all year long to watch the band perform on Sunday night. They'll plan the event with family and friends just to be part of that Brave Combo vibe. “We consider that [the Sunday night show] the epitome of the homecoming idea,” says Finch. “We feel a sense of being part of Denton as a greater family.” Since 1979 when the band first hit the scene in Denton, Brave Combo has been making polka music hip to fans of all ages by re-envisioning some of rock music's most memorable songs like “People are Strange” by the Doors, “Purple Haze” by Jimi Hendrix and “Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones. The band's also won two Grammys. The Brave Combo experience has caused 15,000 people either to break out and dance to the band's version of the “Hokey Pokey” or sing “Flying Saucer.” Headbanging to Finch's accordion playing/ guitar slaying is also an acceptable response at their Sunday night show. In fact, a full on mosh pit that dwarfs one you'd see at a metal show will erupt

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stage right sometime before the end of the night. “Sometimes people will sit their chairs out there, not realizing what's about to happen,” says Finch. “I feel more of a bond with the Denton police during that set.”

The moshing has been going for more than 10 years. It's the one time of year, he says, when high school and young college students can experience Brave Combo. “It's their time, and the music just takes over.” “We don't really want to

subdue it, personally, because we enjoy the energy we get from that,” he says. “But people who are there should be aware.” Finch feels the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival is more than just a celebration—it's a home-

coming. “It's the one time of the year when Denton seems to come together the most,” he says. Be sure to catch Brave Combo's show at 7 p.m. on Sunday, April 27, at the Wells Fargo/Budweiser Jazz Stage.


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Music moves us We all have our favorite song, one that connects us to a special memory or makes us come alive.

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2014 Denton Arts & Jazz Festival  

2014 Denton Arts & Jazz Festival

2014 Denton Arts & Jazz Festival  

2014 Denton Arts & Jazz Festival