The Friends of the Coltrane Home will work to fulfill John and Alice Coltranes’ vision of goodwill and connection through the sharing of the common language of music, and:
The Friends of the Coltrane Home in Dix Hills is dedicated to restoring the Long Island home of John and Alice Coltrane in order to preserve and perpetuate their legacies
To Find out More about The Coltrane Home and How You Can Help Click Here.
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“This Is Why”, Randy Brecker interview.
Randy Brecker discusses the importance of John Coltrane and the Coltrane Home.
“Four Minutes of Roy Haynes!”
(including “Coltrane Day Music Festival, July 2016”)
Coming Soon: “Chasing Trane”, the new John Coltrane documentary by renowned director John Scheinfeld
Written and directed by critically-acclaimed documentary filmmaker John Scheinfeld (The U.S. vs John Lennon and Who Is Harry Nilsson…?) the film is produced with the full participation of the Coltrane family and the support of the record labels that collectively own the Coltrane catalog. Scheinfeld brings his strong story-telling skills to the creation of a rich, textured and compelling narrative that takes the audience to unexpected places. See the trailer here: http://www.coltranefilm.com/#about.
Giant Steps – Long Island Business News Article by David Winzelberg
“To developers, a rundown farm ranch on a nearly 3.5-acre lot in Dix Hills seemed like an opportunity for a profitable subdivision.
But to those who had a hand in preserving the parcel, the property once owned by an iconic American couple instead stands as a symbol of cultural creativity and represents a unique instrument to help spread the gospel of originality, diversity and understanding to future generations.”… Click here from complete article.
John Coltrane’s ‘A Love Supreme’ picked for Library of Congress registry. More on Newsday.com here.