The new documentary, “Billie,” is as much about the legendary jazz icon as it is her passionate biographer who died mysteriously.
It seems like a great idea: get the best players in rock to join forces in a “supergroup.” But there are other issues that come with talent.
The complex rhythms of boogie-woogie were originally meant for dancing. And this joyful jazz still has the power to get you on your feet.
Fred Wesley quit working for James Brown and contributed his horn skills to George Clinton and crew. The funky story of “The Horny Horns.”