Film, Video Gretchen Parlato & Gerald Clayton Interviewed
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- Gretchen Parlato & Gerald Clayton Interviewed
- Larry Appelbaum of the Library's Music Division talks with musicians Gretchen Parlato and Gerald Clayton.
- Event Date
- December 02, 2011
- - Gerald Clayton is a Grammy-nominated jazz pianist and bandleader who was born in the Netherlands and raised in Los Angeles. He has worked with his own trio, as well as with Clark Terry, Roy Hargrove, Terrell Stafford, Ambrose Akinmusire, and his father, bassist John Clayton.
- - Gretchen Parlato is a Los Angeles-born singer who won the 2004 Thelonious Monk Jazz Vocal Competition and has since recorded as leader, as well as with Esperanza Spalding, Marcus Miller, Terri Lynn Carrington, Kenny Barron and Terence Blanchard.
- Related Resources
- Music & Performing Arts at the Library of Congress: https://www.loc.gov/rr/perform/
- Running Time
- 55 minutes 8 seconds
- Online Format
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