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  • Wynton’s interview and photo from Yokohama

    Posted on February 16th, 2006 in Interview, Photo | 1

    YOKOHAMA, Japan — Wynton was halfway through an explanation of whether he thinks his hometown, New Orleans, will ever really come back from the devastation of last summer’s Hurricane Katrina when he stopped and shifted direction. He got stranded in Chicago, he said, on his way over to Japan for a week of workshops for kids. With nowhere in particular to go, he just naturally hooked up with another New Orleans native living there. He was given a place to stay, then treated to New Orleans food. The conversation was all about New Orleans. He found out his host, an…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed by Chicago Tribune

    Posted on January 27th, 2006 in Interview | 1

    Wynton is going tp play in Chicago this week-end. The Chicago Tribune, has just published an interview to him on its music web-section.   Keep reading »

  • Transcript form Wynton’s interview for Fox News Sunday

    Posted on December 27th, 2005 in Interview, Transcript | 0

    On Sunday December 25th, Wynton was interviewed by Chris Wallace for “Fox News Sunday” about New Orleans’ Recovery. Read the complete transcript   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed by BBC and NY1

    Posted on October 16th, 2005 in Interview, Video | 0

    Recently, Wynton has been interviewed by the BBC and by NY1 during his All Rise tour in UK. (Real Video required). Enjoy these two video-clips !   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed by Rolling Stone Magazine

    Posted on September 23rd, 2005 in Articles, Interview | 1

    Native Son: Wynton Marsalis…this is the title of a very interesting interview that Wynton gave to David Fricke for the Rolling Stone Magazine   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s Journey to New Orleans on ABC 20/20

    Posted on September 17th, 2005 in Interview | 1

    Wynton toured New Orleans with “20/20″ in the days after Hurricane Katrina.
 Here is the ABC 20/20 interview, broadcasted on Friday September 1st.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed by New York Daily News

    Posted on September 12th, 2005 in Articles, Interview | 1

    On September 12, 2005 Wynton has been interviewed by David Hinckley for the New York Daily News, about the hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed by French newspaper Le Monde

    Posted on September 12th, 2005 in Interview | 1

    Today, September 12, the French newspaper Le Monde has published an interview article of an interview with Wynton. Read it on Le Monde web site. (The interview is in French). 
Here is the interview translated in English: “People love this town too much. She cannot disappear” Trumpet player and composer, Wynton Marsalis was born in New Orleans, on October 18 1961. His father, Ellis Marsalis, excellent pianist (born in 1934), is the son of one of the first New Orleans black business owner: a gas station soon expanded into a motel. His brothers Branford (1960) and Delfeayo (1965) are also well known musicians. Exceptional interpreter, Wynton…   Keep reading »

  • Audio and transcript from Wynton’s interview at Tavis Smiley Show

    Posted on September 10th, 2005 in Interview, Transcript, TV show | 4

    Now are available on line, the audio version and the transcript of the nice interview that Wynton gave at Tavis Smiley Show on Thursday, September 8, 2005. Moreover, searching the PBS archive, we found also available the Wynton’s interview for the same show on November 30, 2004   Keep reading »

  • Transcript from Wynton’s interview for CNN Larry King Live

    Posted on September 9th, 2005 in Interview, Transcript, TV show | 2

    Here is the transcripts from Larry King Live, aired September 4, 2005 – 21:00 ET: KING: We understand we can connect with Wynton Marsalis now. Who’s performing on the 17th, Wynton? WYNTON MARSALIS, JAZZ MUSICIAN: Well we have a lot of people, Paul Simon, Buckwheat Zideco, The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra will be there, we’re going to have Diana Crawl and Elvis Costello, and a lot more of us are just going to come together, a lot of New Orleans musicians. KING: How painful this must be for you to watch? MARSALIS: It’s deeper than pain. You know, pain is something…   Keep reading »