Jazz pianist Keith Jarrett unlikely to perform again after strokes
New York (AFP) - One of the world's most vaunted jazz and classical pianists, Keith Jarrett, revealed Wednesday he likely won't perform publicly again after a series of strokes.The 75-year-old -- whose "Koln Concert" album is among the best-selling piano records ever -- told The New York Times that two strokes in 2018 temporarily paralyzed him."My left side is still partially paralyzed," he said. "I'm able to try to walk with a cane, but it took a long time for that -- took a year or more."Today the pianist can only play with one hand."When I hear two-handed piano music, it's very frustrating,...
Nugget’s Jamal Murray Drops 50 To Take Jazz To Game Seven
The first round series between the Jazz and Nuggets has been highlighted by gaudy stat lines and finals scores. There has not been as many highlights on the defensive end of the floor. The series main throughly has been the back and forth between Jazz guard Donavan Mitchell, who was the leading scorer at 36.5 points per game heading into Sunday’s game and Jamal Murray who joined Mitchell as one of the five players to score 50-plus twice in a series-Mitchell did it earlier in this series.On Sunday night, the Nuggets were facing elimination having fallen down three to one in the series, but now ...