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Mark Cantor

Mark Cantor
Mark Cantor is a film and music historian and the curator of Celluloid Improvisations Music Film Archive, one of the largest private collections of jazz, blues, and American popular music on 16mm film worldwide. Clips from the library are regularly used in documentaries, feature films, and television specials, and Mr. Cantor frequently conducts programs and seminars using materials from the Archive on a wide variety of musical themes and subjects.

The Legendary ‘Red’ Callender and the Roy Milton coincidence (Exclusive Video)

"Red" Callender played with everyone from Louis Armstrong to Art Tatum, and was a member of the legendary Wrecking Crew of session musicians.

Charlie Watts, Jim Keltner, and the Great Drummers of Jazz (Exclusive videos)

The epic night in 1995 when Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones and drumming legend Jim Keltner paid a visit to the home of film and jazz historian Mark Cantor.

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Fishing Western Tennessee Lakes is Truly Spectacular

Find great fishing in western Tennessee at Reelfoot Lake's stump garden, the expansive Pickwick Lake, the gorgeous Kentucky Lake, and the muskie haven of Cave Run Lake.