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- jazz 220
- personal experiences 107
- memories of growing up 101
- memories of former times 76
- Spouse 70 2,522 more
- Easton Banjo Society 1
- FWA Gym 1
- Historic Preservation Commission 1
- New School of Social Research 1
- NYU 1 6 more
Michael Kim Ning [age not given] talks to daughter Kristina Ning (46), about moving from China after the communist party took over the government, traveling with his family, learning to play the piano, and his journey as an artist in...
Friends Beth Jackson (64) and James Edward "Pudgie" Elliott III [no age given] talk about their love of music. Pudgie talks about growing up in New York City as the oldest child in his family. They sing a few different...
Marc Cary talks with Nickel Five about jazz, hip hop, travel, his inspirations, and more...
Thomas Rushin (77) is interviewed by his two grandsons Jason Irr (19) and James Irr (25) about his life as a jazz percussionist, sculptor and what the arts taught him about life.
I interviewed my mom about her Grandparents, her job, and memorable moments in her life.
Jamie Citerin talks with her mother (64) about her life from growing up in Elkhart Indiana to family history, to being a young mother in the 1970's, from her faith to historical events that she has witnessed/experienced.
Sharon discusses her approach to writing plays.
A self taught musicians musings about his long musical career, including the early days of jazz.
"Once I got married, I had more than just a beagle to keep me warm. That winter, everyone started putting heat in." Michael Sullivan Smith moved to upstate New York in March 1969 into a crumbling resort with no heat,...
I talk with my Uncle Vito about his interest in music, his jobs, and his childhood.
Cecil Allen talks about his life in Monticello, NY and playing at clubs in the area as a jazz musician.
Jazz trumpeter Jeremy Pelt speaks on his inspirations, favorite places, Roy Hargrove, Kool Moe Dee and much more...
He lived in Nazi-occupied Europe, befriended Louie Armstrong, and aided in work on one of the first ever computers as a professor: Paul Studer is an immigrant, an artist, a father, and a friend. This is his story.