“HE HAD PERFECT TASTE”: DAN MORGENSTERN CELEBRATES TOMMY FLANAGAN (August 30, 2019)

I’ve been publishing interviews done with Dan Morgenstern over the past few days — the best tribute I can pay Dan is to let him be himself — but here is one that hasn’t been seen yet.

Dan praises Tommy’s beautiful art and character . . . many of the same things could be said of the man seen in his Upper West Side apartment:

Here’s Tommy, solo, at the 1981 Montreux Jazz Festival:

If you’re reading this post early on Wednesday, October 27, and you’re within reach of midtown Manhattan, there’s still time to get to Birdland for the celebration of Dan’s 92nd birthday with David Ostwald’s Louis Armstrong Centennial Band . . . the music starts at 5, the doors open at 4.

Happy birthday, Eminence!

May your happiness increase!

One response to ““HE HAD PERFECT TASTE”: DAN MORGENSTERN CELEBRATES TOMMY FLANAGAN (August 30, 2019)

  1. Ida Melrose Shoufler

    I love to hear anything about the history of jazz. What a great interview with Mr, Morgenstein. The piano works are exceptional~ Thank you dear Michael, I thoroughly enjoyed this post.

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