EPISODE 2.07: Sarah McKenzie on music niches, being old-fashioned, and albums as a world
“I’ve been checking out Oscar Peterson, Gene Harris, Ray Brown, and I didn’t think that anybody else liked them. Because all of my friends, who were the same age, liked the Spice Girls and the Backstreet Boys.”
It was a great pleasure talking with award-winning Jazz artist Sarah McKenzie about why she started out in a musical niche, her attraction to old-fashionedness, and how music albums can be seen as a music world. And, in addition to being a great musician, Sarah is simply a very nice person. Enjoy this interview!