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121. Steve Rigazzi: A Jam Q&A Steve Rigazzi: A Jam Q&A June/July 2103 Interview with local bassist Steve Rigazzi. A native of Oklahoma, Rigazzi came from a musical family and learned to play the string bass while in performing with a military band. Some of the topics discussed...

122. Star Gazing in Nodaway County, Mo.: Alma Nash, Musician-Director Star Gazing in Nodaway County, Mo.: Alma Nash, Musician-Director 1997 This 36 page photocopied typewritten resource contains photocopies of newspaper articles, photographs, and miscellaneous material as well as short vignettes all concerning Alma Nash, musician, teacher,...

123. Standing Up for the Flint Hills: Filmmakers Document Endangered Tallgrass Prairie Standing Up for the Flint Hills: Filmmakers Document Endangered Tallgrass Prairie April/17/2001 Photos, map, and article about the film by "Kansas City filmmakers Aimee Larrabee and John Altman" (cousin of fellow Kansas City filmmaker Robert Altman) called "Last Stand of the Tallgrass Prairie" for...

124. Stan Kessler: Man with the Golden Horn Stan Kessler: Man with the Golden Horn Spring 2004 As part of its "I Love the Nightlife" series about Jewish jazz musicians, this article profiles Stan Kessler. In addition to playing with his Sons of Brazil band, Kessler teaches private pupils and is...

125. Stan Kessler: Glad to Be in Kansas City Stan Kessler: Glad to Be in Kansas City June/July 2006 Profile of Stan Kessler, Kansas City jazz musician, educator, and member of the noted area band, the Sons of Brazil.

126. Spring--and Pat Metheny--Breeze into D.C. Spring--and Pat Metheny--Breeze into D.C. April/May, 1995 Review of a 1995 performance by jazz guitarist Pat Metheny in St. Louis, Missouri. In addition to the concert review material, the article contains a fairly in-depth examination of Metheny's musical career....

127. Speedy Is On His Way Speedy Is On His Way March/4-10/1999 Remembrance of L.C. "Speedy" Huggins, Kansas City jazz musician generally known as King of the Nightlife.

128. Southwest High School, Kansas City, Missouri Southwest High School, Kansas City, Missouri 1979 Exterior, street level view of Southwest High School located at 65th and Wornall in Kansas City, Missouri. John Coon, son of Carleton Coon, wrote on the back of the photograph, "Dad went to high school...

129. Soprano Star From the 19th Century Soprano Star From the 19th Century September 13, 2006 Description of an exhibit at the Kansas City Museum entitled "Alice Nielson [Nielsen]: Heartland Diva" which opens September 17, 2006 with a live opera recital. Nielsen was an international opera star...

130. Sophisticated Lady of Jazz Sophisticated Lady of Jazz September 10, 2011 Pearl Thuston Brown is the subject of the Tribute section of the Remembrances column. "Brown was a professional musician since 1951, a singer and piano player at Kansas City nightclubs who toured with...

131. Sonny Kenner, 1933-2001 Sonny Kenner, 1933-2001 February-March//2001 Photo and biographical article about Clarence Kenner, Jr., or Sonny Kenner, a local "veteran guitarist and bandleader"dying at the age of 67 on January 23, 2001. Description of his life and career, growing...

132. Songbird: Kansas City's Own Grammy-Nominated Oleta Adams Sings for Love Not Fortune or Fame Songbird: Kansas City's Own Grammy-Nominated Oleta Adams Sings for Love Not Fortune or Fame March-April//1997 Interview of Kansas Citian "jazz, blues, and gospel" singer Oleta Adams, a black woman nominated for a Grammy Award for one of her recent albums, with photos.

133. Song Bird From KC Song Bird From KC June 7, 2009 Kansas City jazz singer Deborah Brown is better known in Europe than in the U.S. This article is an interview with Brown, "a singers' singer with a magnificent voice and mind-boggling technique."

134. Some Members of the Board of Kansas City Musical Club Some Members of the Board of Kansas City Musical Club November//1934 Photos of Mrs. William Lyons and Mrs. Ralph Street, members of the board of the Kansas City Musical Club.

135. Some Members of the Board of Kansas City Musical Club Some Members of the Board of Kansas City Musical Club November 1934 Photo of Mrs. George Combs, or Gladys Combs, member of the board of the Kansas City Musical Club.

136. Some Liked It Hot Some Liked It Hot February//1945 Illustration and article about the 1930s jazz scene in Kansas City and its notable musicians and unique conditions facilitating its success"--corrupt politics--vice-ridden--boss ruled--wide open--as loud...

137. Skinnay Ennis Skinnay Ennis Circa 1930s Portrait of "Skinnay" Ennis, radio soloist and stylist, featured with the Hal Kemp Orchestra.

138. Sings as Daniel Webster: William Justus, Star of Last Year, Is Cast for Lead Part in Moore's Folk Opera Sings as Daniel Webster: William Justus, Star of Last Year, Is Cast for Lead Part in Moore's Folk Opera March/17/1963 Photo and biographical article about William Justus, "proclaimed one of the best singers in the Kansas City Lyric Theater's 1962 season," born in Kansas City and returning for another season of opera singing...

139. Singing of Kansan Dispelled Tension of Washington on a March Night of '61 Singing of Kansan Dispelled Tension of Washington on a March Night of '61 March/4/1950 Story of the singing by Dixie Richard Morrow, or Dixie Morrow of Lecompton, Kansas, in Washington, D. C., in 1861 to dispel tension at the capitol on the evening of President Abraham Lincoln's inauguration....

140. Singers Love Being in the Area of Origins Singers Love Being in the Area of Origins September 12, 2004 Article profiles baritone, Daniel Belcher. A native of St. Joseph now living in Liberty, Belcher sings the role of Dandini in the Kansas City Lyric Opera's production of Cinderella.