Tony Williams

At the rehearsal, kids of all sizes and shapes were everywhere. But they were all focused, and they were all focused on dance
In 2001, Tony Williams, the first biracial member of Boston Ballet back in the 1960s, noticed he had 20 boys among the 100
Young is featured on two songs in the trio setting with conga player Jacky Bamboo and drummer Franco Manzecchi, the campy
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"Once we caught on to the sounds we were making, from there on we were rolling. Pretty much everything you hear with the exception of a fiddle here or there and a couple of background voices was what we produced on the floor."
"Nobody's coming up with something that's never happened before, not even somebody like Jimi Hendrix. It's all music, it's all influenced by whatever is around you at the time, there's a feeling in the air, these kind of things happen by osmosis, it's a generational thing; that's also very important."
"These musicians are not only some of the greatest musicians residing or from Philadelphia, but they are great friends and
"I managed to pull it off, but there are thousands of other people that haven't, and that's the tragedy. You try to follow a dream and it gradually pales and then you wake up and the rent is due and you don't have the funds to pay it."
Go see 'Fathers at a Game.' It's a relevant, powerful story of the way imagination mollifies tragedy and pain.
All that sounds like Williams, a classic wonkish technocrat. "Tell Tony Williams to start warming up." That would be my order