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Cafe Interviews--compelling reading!

Looking for the opportunity to get into the heads of some of your favorite contemporary mandolin authorities? We've had the privilege of personally interviewing some of the stars the last five years. You can harvest these insights and words...

Reflections on the creative process

Two years ago, when the final issue of Mel Bay's Mandolin Sessions was published, we wanted to go out with a bang. Our final article sought the knowledge of some of the world's finest mandolin talent. We published their thoughts...

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Jason Anick in Downbeat

Great to see jazz string master Jason Anick featured in the world's foremost jazz publication, Downbeat magazine! The mandolinist/fiddler has had a busy winter with the release of his latest CD, "Tipping Point" and supporting touring. If you haven't already,...

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Jason Anick on effective soloing

We had the opportunity to discuss with young Berklee string legend and John Jorgensen sideman, Jason Anick in a previous interview, the significance of music theory in soloing. The following is an excerpt of one of the Mandolin Cafe questions:...

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Jason Anick: Tipping Point

Jason Anick: Tipping Point Our first brush with the young Berklee College of Music professior and string master Jason Anick was a few casual electric mandolin YouTube entries. Later we would discover the musician was already a reputable sideman, the...

Update: Enhanced Jason Anick website

We've enjoyed watching the explosive career track of mandolinist/violinist Jason Anick. You'll see why too, when you view the introductory video embedded on his landing page, a documentary on the upcoming highly anticipated recording, "Tipping Point." Video Link: "Tipping...

Jason Anick Quartet; Bela

Speaking of Jason Anick, take a few minutes to enjoy his newly released YouTube vid, some great music, and a generous demonstration of his new Arrow Jazzbo 5-string. Jason Anick Quartet - "Bela" - Live Studio Performance More recent...

10 Questions: Jason Anick

We had the privilege of interviewing rising star multi-instrumentalist Jason Anick at the Mandolin Cafe a year ago. The swing fiddler/mandolinist has had a packed summer teaching workshops and touring with private and public performances. We're looking forward to the...

Django in June early registration deal ending 2/28/2013

We've mentioned the popular New England gypsy jazz camp over the last few years. Django in June is known to have featured some of our favorite JazzMando dignitaries, the likes of the late John McGann, Jamie Masefield, Aaron Weinstein,...

Jason Anick's new Arrow Jazzbo 5-string mandolin

We've had the chance to check in with Boston based fiddle/mandolin prodigy Jason Anick in regards to his new 5-string Jazzbo guitar box acoustic mandolin. Our own experience with a personal 4-string Jazzbo was terrific, and were excited to...

Berklee Tribute to John McGann, February 12, 2013

A special note from Berklee Staff faculty teacher and professional mandolinist Joe Walsh from his post on the Mandolin Cafe Message Board: "I don't suppose I have to tell anyone here how big of a hole John McGann's passing left...

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Cafe Interviews

Looking for the opportunity to get into the heads of some of your favorite contemporary mandolin authorities? We've had the privilege of personally interviewing some of the stars the last three years. You can harvest these insights and words...

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The Beatles thrashed and rehashed.

We're totally enthralled with classic Beatles in original form, but we'll embrace just about any reboot. We might make an exception for the following: Video link: The Beatles Play Death Metal On a serious note, for the jazz enthusiast,...

10 Questions For Jason Anick

We've enjoyed our collaboration with the Mandolin Cafe on in-depth interviews of some of the best jazz mandolin pioneers in the world, and our most recent is no exception. We've checked in with Paul Glasse, Don Julin, Aaron Weinstein, Will...

Jason Anick/Jacob Joliff, "What a Wonderful World"

We've been working on another Mandolin Cafe Interview with one of our favorite up and comers, Jason Anick. This man's talent is broad and deep, and we've featured him a time or two here on our own site. You'll enjoy...

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Tips on improvising from the Pros; Jason Anick

In our April Mandolin Sessions finale, we asked a dozen of some of the industry's high profile players about their take on the creative process. Objective vs. subjective, cerebral vs. intuitive, planned vs. spontaneous, established harmonic language vs. muse, all...

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Mel Bay publishes the last of the Mandolin Sessions

We knew it was final, so we pulled out all the stops. In March, the writers of Mel Bay's Mandolin Sessions were informed the series was coming to an end, and the April/May 2012 would be the curtain call. The...

Django in June temporary registration discount.

We mentioned in January, the popular New England Gypsy Jazz festival, Django in June known to have featured some of our favorite JazzMando dignitaries, the likes of John McGann, Jamie Masefield, Aaron Weinstein, and Jason Anick. We pointed out this...

Django in June 2012 featuring Paul Glasse!

The popular New England Gypsy Jazz festival is back again this year, Django in June is known to have featured some of our favorite JazzMando dignitaries, the likes of John McGann, Jamie Masefield, Aaron Weinstein, and Jason Anick. This year...

Peace: Jason Anick

We're huge fans of the young New England acoustic string phenomenon Jason Anick. His mandolin skills are superb, but he's even better known for his swing fiddle talents. He's one of those musicians to study closely, his improvisations are...

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