Seriously strung-out jazz fiends -- you know who you are -- will never confuse Denver with the Big Apple or the Big Easy. But America's native art form purrs along quite nicely at 5,280 feet, thank you very much, and the jazz-and-cocktails faithful here needn't endure New York's break-the-bank cover charges or New Orleans's withering humidity. Denver jazz musicians also record, and while they may not get the recognition that has come to homegrown stars like tenor saxophonist Javon Jackson and Grammy-winning singer Dianne Reeves, who now belong to the world, their work speaks, sings and plays well for the state of... More >>>