Featuring The Moses Oakland Quartet. Moses Oakland (guitar/vocals), Jason Craft (keys), Charles Fletcher (bass), Donald Robertson (drums), Abram Shapiro (keys). Filmed at Famous Dave's BBQ & Blues Club in Minneapolis. d
All over the world, Patch clowns around and shares his powerful message on the importance of caring — it’s magic. Patch Adams likes to stir things up and make people think. In this presentation, Patch shares with the viewer a close, personal view of his travels, experiences, and encounters with people throughout the world.
Created in France in 1952 by the Guinean poet and choreographer, Keita Fodeba, Les Ballets Africains was born in the middle of the fight of the African countries against colonialism. Created to showcase a vision of justice for Africa by giving witness to the humanity of the black man through its choreography, Les Ballets Africains was a model of African art & culture, illustrating the authentic personality of the continent of Africa.
Jeanne Arland Peterson embarks on her 75th year as a professional pianist, featured here with her sons, Billy Peterson on bass, and Paul Peterson on drums. These three great players pay tribute to composer Harold Arlen, with their original arrangements of his music.
Eric Himy, classical pianist, has played to critical acclaim around the world. This DVD captures one of his many brilliant performances, honoring the great works of George Gershwin. In addition to experiencing Gershwin's wonderful music played effortlessly, hear fascinating anecdotes about the great composer.
This documentary celebrates the rich musical history and the incredible artists who've performed, and continue to perform at Bunkers Music Bar and Grill. Find out why it's still one of the most important music rooms in the country.