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Along the way, Royal wrote and acted in , the first play featuring an entire cast of jazz musicians, which debuted at the 2004 New York Jazz Festival.
He also performed with the Duke Ellington Orchestra for 10 years, from 1989 to 1999.
to fix Tripp's breakfast (usually eggs), get herself ready — "It takes me so much longer with a baby, it's not even funny" — then head to work from a.m. as a medical assistant in a dermatologist's office.
"I thought I would be somewhere warm at college with my friends," she says.
It's a Saturday afternoon in Anchorage, and the only sign of spring is the gentle drip of melting snowdrifts.
Parked under leafless trees behind Bristol Palin's three-story gray townhouse is a cluster of giant SUVs and pickup trucks.
He also received principal trombone honors in the First American Festival of Youth Orchestras and, at 15, was the youngest member of the Howard University Jazz Ensemble.
He toured with Al Blakey and the Jazz Messengers and Slide Hampton and His World of Trombones, and starred on Broadway as an on-stage musician in Five Guys Named Moe, which was nominated for two Tony awards.
At least we know she fits in naturally with the racist right wingnuts that infest the Republican Party, unlike her running mate who says whatever he needs to say at the moment to fit in with them.
The reason this particular conversation stuck in his mind is because she said that while she wasn’t much into jazz, she played the flute.“This is why I remembered talking with her,” Royal states.
He talked to Sarah about the Modern Jazz Quartet to give her an example of the broad range jazz covers and to show her how some groups play not strictly jazz style music that a lot of popular music fans like.
“I followed the 2008 conventions but never connected Sarah Palin to the Sarah Heath I hit on,” he says, “because there was no physical resemblance and the last name was different.
It was from watching an MSNBC story on her that I saw the photos and learned her family name.”When the now-Sarah Palin uttered the immortal words, “So Sambo beat the bitch” to the hearty laughter of her luncheon companions during the primaries, it was merely an extension of what appears to be her lifelong views on race.
Long before Gregory Charles Royal became a judge on America’s Hot Musician, a talent competition airing in 200 US television markets, he was a hot, young jazz trombonist.