Here's the first True Blue Jazz Minute of 2019 By Brian Daniels • Jan 7, 2019 TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 1:00 Looking for some venues to enjoy real jazz performances? True Blue Jazz has some travel tips for finding the places where real jazz lives during the winter months. Tags: true blue jazzTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content This week's True Blue Jazz Minute: Vibraphonist Lem Winchester By Eddie Sherman & True Blue Jazz Inc. • Mar 26, 2018 Vibraphonist Lem Winchester was among the first African Americans to patrol the streets of Wilmington, Del., as a police officer in the late 1950s before becoming a full-time jazz musician. TRUE BLUE JAZZ Inc. (TBJAZZ), is an Independent Jazz Festival which focuses on “Straight Ahead” or “Mainstream” Jazz, and is a partner of WESM 91.3 FM. This week's True Blue Jazz Minute: jazz and education By Eddie Sherman & True Blue Jazz Inc. • Mar 22, 2018 Lives are transformed when a child is put together with a musical instrument! This week's True Blue Jazz Minute: Paul Carr, Jamie Davis ain't scared of Friday the 13th By Eddie Sherman & True Blue Jazz Inc. • Aug 22, 2017 Celebrate Friday the 13th this October with the Paul Carr Quartet featuring Jamie Davis at the True Blue Jazz Festival in Rehoboth Beach, Del. Don't be scared...they're not! Tickets available at: www.TrueBlueJazz.org This week's True Blue Jazz Minute: good vibrations By Eddie Sherman & True Blue Jazz Inc. • Aug 14, 2017 The vibraphone is commonly used in jazz music, in which it often plays a featured role and was a defining element of the sound of mid-20th-century. This week's True Blue Jazz Minute: 2017 marks Dizzy's 100th birthday By Peggy Raley & True Blue Jazz Inc. • Aug 4, 2017 Roland Godefroy In the 1940s Gillespie, with Charlie Parker, became a major figure in the development of bebop and modern jazz.