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1. 10 Questions with Will Matthews 10 Questions with Will Matthews August-September//2001 Photo, interview, and biographical article about Will Matthews, a black jazz guitarist and native of Kansas City winning two Grammy Awards as "a member of the world renowned Count Basie Orchestra" of Kansas...

2. 15 Years of Club Profiles 15 Years of Club Profiles June-July//2001 Photo (of the former Club 427) and bibliography or directory of Kansas City jazz clubs (past and present) reviewed since the inception of the Jam magazine in 1986.

3. A Jazz Lover's Club Scene Synopsis 2001 A Jazz Lover's Club Scene Synopsis 2001 June-July//2001 Annotated list of current (2001) live jazz clubs or venues (restaurants, night clubs, hotels, etc.) in the Kansas City area with information on performing musicians, etc.

4. Another Festival That Once Was Another Festival That Once Was June/July//2002 Article citing the lack of attendance and support for the Kansas City Blues and Jazz Festival, leading to its cancellation in 2002.

5. Brothers' Paths All Lead to Jazz Brothers' Paths All Lead to Jazz May 14, 2002 Article contrasts brothers Pat and Mike Metheny and their different career paths in jazz. Mike returned to Kansas City where he is editor of JAM magazine. Pat is a jazz guitarist who travels all over the...

6. Bullets Was Flyin' All over the Bandstand. ..: Trumpeter Oliver Todd Remembers Piney Brown's Sunset Bullets Was Flyin' All over the Bandstand. ..: Trumpeter Oliver Todd Remembers Piney Brown's Sunset Crystal Palace. ..and a Young Charlie Parker October-November//2001 Photos, interview, and biographical article about Oliver Todd (ca. 1916-2001), a former African American jazz trumpeter of 1930s Kansas City and native of Kansas City, Kansas. Reminiscences of the local...

7. Club Profile: Jardine's Club Profile: Jardine's June-July//2001 Photo and review of Jardine's restaurant and jazz club at 4536 Main Street, praising its continued quality as a jazz venue and lamenting the disappearance of other recent jazz venues such as the Drum Room,...

8. Eldar: One Name Says It All Eldar: One Name Says It All August-September//2001 Photos and biographical article about Eldar Djangirov, a 14-year-old jazz pianist in Kansas City native to Kyrgyzstan, Russia performing on "the 2000 Grammy Awards telecast."

9. Museum Is Missing KC Jazz Museum Is Missing KC Jazz July 5, 2004 Part of "As I See It" column on the editorial page. Local musician Mike Metheny writes that he feels like 4 local jazz musicians should be included as a part of the local jazz museum. The names include...

10. Pat Metheny: Jazz Voice of the '80s Pat Metheny: Jazz Voice of the '80s December//1981 Photos and biographical article about Pat Metheny, a jazz guitarist from the Kansas City area and "one of the genre's biggest success stories." Description of his life and career, born about 1954 in Lee's...

11. Q & A with Reverend Duke Tufty Q & A with Reverend Duke Tufty December-January 2001-2002 Photo, interview, and biographical article about Reverend Duke Tufty, pastor of the Unity Temple on the Plaza (at 707 West 47th Street), discussing the purposes and effects of jazz performances at his...

12. Sonny Kenner, 1933-2001 Sonny Kenner, 1933-2001 February-March//2001 Photo and biographical article about Clarence Kenner, Jr., or Sonny Kenner, a local "veteran guitarist and bandleader"dying at the age of 67 on January 23, 2001. Description of his life and career, growing...

13. The Man With A Horn The Man With A Horn July 1, 2006 Jazz trumpeter Mike Metheny, brother of Pat Metheny, returned to Kansas City from Boston, where he taught music theory and improvisation courses at Berklee College of Music, and took up the pen as editor...

14. The Tradition Lives On (Jazz) The Tradition Lives On (Jazz) May, 2005 Overview of the state of the jazz scene in Kansas City in 2005. Includes a list of venues, events, and jazz radio stations in the area.