Christian Scott aTunde Ajuah is a jazz musician originally from New Orleans, and his 2015 release Stretch Music was not only the #1 Jazz album in 22 countries, it was also part of an amazing app that allows musicians and music students the ability to change the mix so they can play right along with the musicians on the record. Scott is also dedicated to the Guardians Institute, a New Orleans non-profit that gave 44,000 books as well as numerous life-skill seminars to under-served youth in his hometown last year alone.
Filmmakers Michael Coleman and Emanuel Moran have made a beautiful film that gives us insight into the journey music takers before it finally reaches us, the music consumer, and in the process raise the question of our musical times: Is anyone listening?
Alzheimer's disease currently affects 5.1 million Americans. The Music & Memory Project was founded by Executive Director Dan Cohen to help the families and loved ones of those afflicted with the disease reach them through the power of music.
Got questions about what exactly Dolby Atmos is and how it can make your home theater experience better than you ever imagined? Dolby Laboratory's Vice President of Sound Technology Research and Development, Brett Crockett, stops by the Listening Room to give us the inside scoop on the concept and science behind this amazing new technology.
Join us for Part 2 of the Listening Room's visit the Big House Allman Brothers band Museum in macon GA, with curator Richard Brent.