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Orbiting Bowie and the Moon – Part Three

Orbiting Bowie and the Moon – Part Three

It’s been nearly three months since Bowie and the Moon. If you were at the show, you understand the amount of work, artistry, and creativity that went into the event – thank you for being a part of it. If you missed the show, there are some links below to video that...

Orbiting Bowie and the Moon – Part Two

Orbiting Bowie and the Moon – Part Two

PMAC CEO Russ Graziers continues his conversation with all involved in the Bowie and the Moon project.... Russ: It's super exciting to have Mother Superior and the Sliding Royales reuniting for this show. Chris might have some questions for you all as well, but I'm...

Orbiting Bowie and the Moon – Part One

Orbiting Bowie and the Moon – Part One

Russ here. So I texted Chris (Hislop) on Saturday...     My hope was that it would be cool to talk about PMAC and 3S Artspace's upcoming Bowie and the Moon project and involve as many voices as possible. So the following series of blog posts attempts to do...

PMAC Blog Series #8 – Grant Green

PMAC Blog Series #8 – Grant Green

The final blog in our series, "Celebrating 80 Years of Blue Note Records" comes from PMAC faculty, Jim Dozet. Read on to find out which Blue Note artist had the earliest affect on Jim. "As I am sure all other musicians posed the question as to their...

PMAC Blog Series #7 – Herbie Hancock

PMAC Blog Series #7 – Herbie Hancock

Our blog series on favorite Blue Note records continues with a post from Jonny Peiffer. "Before I get to my selection, I just want to say a few words about Blue Note Records. I can’t name a more perfect unification of design, vision, and consistent execution of almost...

PMAC Blue Note Blog Series #6 – Chick Corea

PMAC Blue Note Blog Series #6 – Chick Corea

Next up in our Blue Note Records Blog series is PMAC faculty member, Alicia Phelps who tells us about Chick Corea's influence on her as a young student! "I first heard Chick Corea's playing as a 19-year-old student on the album Play, a live recording released in 1992...

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