Texas might be best known for its cowboy culture and its wide-open spaces, but there’s a whole lot more to the Lone Star State than just cowpokes and big skies. From sophisticated wineries to a vibrant music and cultural scene, … Continue reading →
Two years in the making, local nonprofit DFW Italians proudly presents the inaugural DFW Italian Festival to celebrate the rich heritage and culture of Italy. The one-day festival will be filled with Italian food, wine tastings, stage performances by local … Continue reading →
Crave was there at the start with Dalat when Khanh Nguyen was serving hot Pho bowls and Dragon Shots til 2am. We were there when we saw the first Zalat Pizza street sign go up next door on Fitzhugh with … Continue reading →
One of Dallas’ most revered holiday traditions, Holiday Tea at The Adolphus, is returning to The French Room on Wednesday, November 1 – Sunday, January 7. For the first time ever, The French Room will offer Holiday Tea seven days a week. Reservations are available … Continue reading →
For one night only, Southfork Ranch becomes the estate of Sir Warren Peace. While dining there, guests will be thrown into a night of mystery, intrigue and murder they will never forget. Anyone could be the murderer, and of course, … Continue reading →
BJC was birthed by Francesco Lomagistro’s (drummer/percussionist) idea to put together all the experiences that come from his passion for African American music, the ‘groove’, and the synergy between rhythm and melody. Ettore Carucci (piano) is the co-leader and indispensable partner as well as the helm in this voyage called ‘The Way I Like’, BJC’s first album. The voyage started many years ago in the center of Taranto on a street called Via Berardi where, there, the two met in an apartment using it as a rehearsal studio.
After many different experiences as ‘sidemen’ in pop, jazz, classical and other types of music, Francesco and Ettore decided to ‘give life’ to this project; three other musicians belong to the bandand are Vincenzo Presta sax, Andrea Sabatino trumpet and Camillo Pace double bass.
With their 3 albums, The Way I Like, Do It and Anyway, they win all the world, Japan ahead, as nu European jazz band…
Walking in the Village, one composition of the new album has been included in the Top Jazz Tunes of 2010 in japan (Tokyo Jazz Notes)