Vail Jazz Wraps up Most Successful Festival and Announces Grant from Colorado Creative Industries

October 22, 2012 – Vail, Colorado – The Vail Jazz Foundation recently wrapped up its most successful summer festival in its 18 year history. The Vail Jazz Festival, produced by the Vail Jazz Foundation, boasted record attendance and ticket sales at its 40 performances, contributing positively to Vail’s summer economy for a full 12 weeks […]

Vail Jazz Party Review, Jazz History Online

They call it “mud season”: the annual period at a ski resort when the snow has melted, tourism is down, and the gondolas are used only for scenic trips to the top of the mountain. While some of the shops close until the next snowfall, many resort towns try to attract visitors through their marketplaces, […]

7 Questions with Miche Braden (August 16, 2012)

1. Do you consider Bessie Smith a major influence on your own musical career? Now I do. After studying her life on & off stage, the things she did with her talent, basically owning herself is exactly how I want to live, in charge of my creativity & moving up in my career. 2. What […]