When American Jazz Pros Meet Spanish Jazz Kids

John Allred takes in Victor Carrascoca’s solo.

It isn’t unusual for American jazz masters to ply their musical skills elsewhere in the world, playing to audiences in any number of countries and cultures who nonetheless appreciate the genre that was born and evolved in America. It’s been going on since jazz has existed. So, then, what happens when American jazz veterans travel to Barcelona to play with a big band comprised of children and teenagers?

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Pop Culture historian, Freelance Writer, Author, specializing in American comedy history in films, radio, and TV. Beatles and jazz enthusiast, animal lover.

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Garry Berman

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Pop Culture historian, Freelance Writer, Author, specializing in American comedy history in films, radio, and TV. Beatles and jazz enthusiast, animal lover.

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