Blue Bossa: What You Don’t Know About The Standard

By |July 10th, 2014|

A little-known story behind the standard “Blue Bossa” reveals that most jazz musicians are missing something huge when they play it.

Blue Bossa. A standby in any jazz musician’s repertoire. Likely one of the first bossas they ever learned. The very mention of its name immediately conjures slightly out-of-tune horns played by a middle school jazz combo at their first recital […]

How To Play Drums: Advice From A Jazz Master

By |June 23rd, 2014|

How to play drums? Not exactly the easiest topic to jump into in one short post. Luckily, jazzleadsheets.com has more than a few masters on hand to tackle the topic. And I was lucky enough to be able to sit down with one such master, Mr. Charli Persip, who had some great advice on […]