jazzbo

jazzbo

(ˈdʒæzbəʊ)
n, pl -bos
a jazz musician or fana Black person
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And last, but certainly not least, we would like to thank all those who provided entertainment and refreshments for our walkers to enjoy throughout the day including Red Banger, Mr Pimms, Annie's Antics, Fire and Earth Massage and Holistic Therapy, Jazzbo, Norm and Ivy Towe as well as Viv Porteous for taking photos on the day.
Hill, owner of Jazzbo Landscaping in Worcester, got a call about the fire from Auburn public safety officials Monday morning.
With an ever-piling heap of critical adulation and a steady stream of new releases, there is plenty of light on Butler, who's no stranger to the glare after his stint with world-famous '90s jazzbo rap clan Digable Planets.
FREEZE is back at the Lemon Lounge on Sunday with James Priestley, Rob Casson, Andy Currie, General Jimmy, Paul Outlar and Jazzbo.
Contrast between the two suitors is tepid at best, since Jason is a bland nice guy with minor control issues and Johnny perhaps the most supportively rock-steady Prince Charming of a professional musician since Liam Neeson's jazzbo pined for Keaton's "The Good Mother.
Blackie Bimbo Bubbles Captain Marvel Cakes Chema Blue Moon B-19 El Dopey Chavela Chacha Buttermilk Sky El Beaver Fili El Mosco Cisco Chuy la Baca Fifty Cent Ernie The Ice Man Billy Goat Shazam Search Lights Punky Pipo Pelonie Pasty Cogan Lefty Las Changas Somehow Fito Kiko la butch Hollywood La Pocha Jimmie Nico Huero Goofy Froggy Jazzbo Cowboy Clipper Codo Chino Coyote Two Nickel Donuts Two Gun Brooks Two Ton Tony Galento Okie and Arkie.
However, it remained for Brown to bring the vernacular to a precise voice, tone and form to draw readers and listeners sensuously into a world of men and women who keep on "inching along" despite hardship, who relish their affinity with larger-than-life legends like John Henry and Old Jazzbo, who refuse to be brought permanently low by floods, hurricanes, starvation wages, or rampant white American violence against the black body and soul.
An' all dat Big Boy axes When time comes fo' to go, Lemme be wid John Henry, steel drivin' man, Lemme be wid old Jazzbo, Lemme be wid ole Jazzbo.
And I'm still a jazzbo, my good friends in the Fort Apache band, from the Bronx and upper Manhattan (in New York City) continue to thrill me.
While posing as an open-minded lover of America's multifarious Afro-American music tradition, she reveals herself instead as that stuffiest of 20th-century musical nuisances, the jazzbo.
New York City may be falling apart in more ways than you can count, but one thing remains fairly constant: If you're a jazzbo, this is mecca.