John Pizzarelli, Jazz Guitarist in a Hip-Hop Era
This week, in Masters in Business, we speak with jazz guitarist and singer John Pizzarelli.
Pizzarelli has recorded 23 albums and appeared as a session musician or vocalist on hundreds of others. He has recorded jazz standards from the Great American Songbook and has backed or opened for Frank Sinatra, Paul McCartney, James Taylor, Natalie Cole and Rosemary Clooney among others.
Our conversation discusses how jazz musicians make a living in the age of downloading and hip hop. A large part of the answer is live shows. He also is the author “ World on a String: A Musical Memoir .” Be sure to check out the two songs Pizzarelli plays toward the end of the podcast. All of the musical references, artists and songs in the interview are collected here for you to play as you listen to our conversation.
Next week, we speak with Scott Galloway, marketing professor at New York University's Stern School of Business and founder of L2, a digital business intelligence service.
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