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  • living m DeepWest fall f a r r a g u t | c o n c o r d | c h o t o | t e l l i c o living Wadsworth Longfellow, American poet, 1807-1892Then followed that beautiful season ... Summer ...Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical DeepWest DeepWest farragut | concord | choto | tellico m DEEP WEST LIVING | V O L U M E O N E I S S U E T W O 2006 v o l u m e o n e ~ i s s u e o n e Living DeepWest f a r r a g u t | c o n c o r d | c h o t o | f t . l o u d o n PREMIERE ISSUE! Living m m Summer 2006 54 SUCCESS STORIES 8 DEEP WEST “TO DO” Admirals baseball team is unstoppable at state. What’s there to do in the West this summer? Find out here. a magazine for your community Farragut High School alum hired to “ Join Arnold” fall 2006 17 DEEP WEST LIFE 56 DEEP WEST GIVING Spring 2006 --- in pictures Country crooner Jo Dee Messina sings for Science Fox Den friends, Rotary rallies Volunteer Spotlight – Marianne McGill 19 HISTORY Concord Yacht Club … For the love of sailing 59 PROFILE Curious about your hometown’s history? Softball mom Judy Briody The Farragut Folklife Museum is a good place to start The Deep West region is full of extraordinary citizens. We introduce you to one of them. 26 FINE ART What’s artistic about an old water heater? A rusty bolt? Plenty, says steel sculptor Leslie Evans … FROM THE EDITOR In Her Own Words T hen followed that beautiful season ... Summer ...Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landLay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood.~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, American poet, 1807-1892Then followed that beautiful season ... Summer ...Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landLay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood.~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 31 DEEP WEST DINING Savoring the Seasons … at Farragut’s newest bistro Seasons Cafe m American poet, 1807-1892Then followed that beautiful season ... Summer ...Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landLay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood.~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, American poet, 1807-1892Then followed that 62 SOCIETY “Hats on!” to Jayne Sharp who hosts a Kentucky Derby beautiful season ... Summer ...Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the shindig –Fox Den style. landLay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood.~Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Little girls treated to “A Night to Remember” at The American poet, 1807-1892 Shamrock Ball Farragut West Knox Chamber members create their own “Broadway in West Knoxville” d e e p w e s t l i v i n g | issue one volume one issue one volume one |deep west living 4 The Myers’ Home Tennis Anyone ? living DeepWest farragut | concord | choto | tellico Living farragut|concord|choto|tellico Living DeepWest DEEP WEST summer 2006 a magazine for your community Premiere issue one volume one |deep west living farragut|concord|choto|loudon Issue Catching the Breeze at the Concord Yacht Club Magazine development Farrugut High Class of The Myers Brothers Loudon Sculptor ‘06 Highlights at Home in Vista Leslie Evans
  • 950 EPISCOPAL SCHOOL WAY : : KNOXVILLE, TN 37932 : : 865.777.9032 : : ESKNOXVILLE.ORG The Episcopal of School Knoxville changing tomorrow OPEN today H O U S E Sunday January 11 2009 2-4 p.m. a n i n d e p e n d e n t k- 8 day sc h o o l The Episcopal of School Knoxville Brand development changing tomorrow today open house wednesday | november 12 2008 | 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. sunday | november 16 2008 | 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
  • D o n a l d B r ow n Fre d d y Co l e Don Byron J e r r y Co ke r S l i d e H a m p to n donald brown meettheartists JERRYY COKER’S BAND Jerry Coker, saxophone Slide Hampton, trombone was raised in Memphis during the heyday of Stax Records and his music bears the + others Donald Brown, piano imprint of his years spent playing with stars like Rufus Thomas, Mark Boling, guitar Rusty Holloway, bass Isaac Hayes, and Al Green. He studied at Memphis State Keith Brown, drums University and became one of The Memphis Three with Mulgrew Miller and James Williams, a trio of exceptional keyboard players that passed through Memphis State University in the 1970s. Brown arrived on the national jazz scene in the summer of 1981 when he became the pianist for Art Blakey and the Jazz Messen- FREDDY COLE’S BAND don byron Though rooted in jazz, Don Byron's music is stylistically eclectic. He primarily plays clarinet, but also gers. He quickly made a name for himself as a pianist, arranger, and composer. He played in the bands of Freddie Hubbard, Donald Byrd, Art Farmer, and Milt Jackson. He left the Freddy Cole, vocals Randell Napoleon, guitar uses bass clarinet and saxophones. He has worked in many Messengers to teach at the Berklee School of di erent musical genres, ranging from klezmer music and jerry coker Elias Bailey, bass Music in Boston but he missed Tennessee Curtis Boyd, drums German lieder, to Raymond Scott's “cartoon jazz,” hard and when he received an o er to teach in rock/metal, and rap. Most of Byron's albums have been concep- While pursuing a rich and varied UT’s Jazz Program in 1988, he came tual, devoted to works of a particular musician and/or style of career as a bandleader and sideman with Woody Herman and home. Here in Knoxville, he teaches, KNOX JA ZZ FEST‘09 T~SHIRTS music. Byron is one of jazz's greatest practicing historians and Stan Kenton, Jerry Coker took in two saxophone students who performs, tours, and composes the some of his most successful albums (such as Plays the Music of wanted to learn jazz forms and improvisation. He realized there beautifully lyric yet harmonically Mickey Katz, Bug Music, and Ivey-Divey) have been were no books to support a formal study and proceeded to write complex music for which he is recreations (in spirit) of forgotten them. The rest is history. Jerry Coker became one of the foremost renowned. suggested colors: of-white, gray, + black moments in the history of popular music. Byron was nominated for a Grammy award for his bass jazz educators in the country, writing 17 books and developing jazz programs at several universities, including the University of Tennessee. The Knoxville Jazz Festival is pleased to honor Jerry clarinet solo on “I Want to Be Coker for his contributions to the Happy” from Ivey-Divey. music as well as to jazz 09 education. DONALD BROWN’S BAND Donald Brown, piano Bill Pierce, saxophone freddy cole Bill Mobley, trumpet Kenneth Brown, drums intended to play pro football but a hand injury interrupted that dream. He began playing and singing Coming Up in Chicago clubs instead, and would have gone on the road at 18 but his mother insisted he continue his musical education. He is the youngest of ve and his three older brothers were all slide hampton A masterly arranger and trombone player, Slide Hampton's career is among the most musicians, the eldest being Nat “King” Cole. Visitors to their home distinguished in jazz. At the age of 20, he was performing at included Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Lionel Hampton. Cole Carnegie Hall with the Lionel Hampton Band. As his reputation A Tribute to Jerry moved to New York in 1951, where he studied at the Juilliard grew, he began working with bands led by Art Blakey, Tadd Coker with special guest School of Music and was in uenced by John Lewis, Oscar Peterson, Dameron, Barry Harris, Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, and Max Roach. Slide Hampton In 1962, he formed the Slide Hampton Octet, with horn players and Teddy Wilson. He also credits Billy Eckstine as a major Sunday, February 22, DON BYRON’S BAND Booker Little, Freddie Hubbard and George Coleman. In 1968, he in uence. “He was a fantastic entertainer,” Cole recalls. “I learned so Don Byron, clarinet, 7:00 p.m., East Tennessee much just watching and being around him.” Before launching his “Calling Don Byron a jazz saxophone toured with the Woody Herman orchestra, settling in Europe History Center, 601 S. Gay solo career, he went on to get the Masters degree at the New musician is like calling the Uri Caine, piano where he remained until 1977. Upon his return to the US, he Street (across from the England Conservatory of Music and then Paci c wet—it just doesn’t Cameron Brown, bass Rodney Holmes, drums taught at several major universities. He won a Grammy in 1998 for Tennessee Theatre) spent several months on the road as a member of an Earl Bostic begin to describe it...” his arrangement of “Cotton Tail” for Dee Dee Bridgewater. In 2005, band that also included Johnny Coles and Benny Golson. –TIME Magazine the National Endowment for the Arts honored Slide Hampton Knoxville Jazz with its highest honor in jazz, the NEA Jazz Masters. Youth Orchestra Wednesday, March 4 7:30 p.m., The Square KNOX JA ZZ FEST‘09 T~SHIRTS Room at 4 Market Square An Evening with Freddy Cole Thursday, March 5, The Square Room at 4 Market Square suggested colors: of-white, gray, + black 7:00 p.m., Keith Brown and The Nu-Jazz Fourtet, Freddy Cole Quartet After Hours @ the 2009 Library: Emily Mathis with Jack Rentfro Friday, March 6, 6:00 p.m., Lawson McGhee Library, 500 Church Avenue Don Byron and ~FRONT~ ~BACK~ Donald Brown Saturday, March 7, 8:00 p.m., The Square Room at 4 Market Square Tickets available on knoxjazzfest.org and thesquareroom.com or by calling 1-866-468-7630 KNOXVILLED onald Brown Fre ddy Cole D o n B y r o n knoxjazzfest.org JAZZ 09 J e r r y Co k e r S l i d e H a m p t o n + o t h e r s FESTIVAL MARCH 4-7@THE SQUARE ROOM 4 MARKET SQUARE 2009 KNOXVILLE JAZZ Sponsored by... Harold & Evelyn R. Davis Memorial ...and presented in partnership with TENNESSEE ARTS COMMISSION Foundation ~FRONT~ ~BACK~ 09 KNOXVILLE JAZZ FESTIVAL FESTIVAL knoxjazzfest.org MARCH 4-74 MARKET SQUARE@THE SQUARE ROOM Event development ~FRONT~
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