** In the interest of authenticity, I recently deleted all the outdated photos, leaving just the one for now. More are on the way. But I'm a dashing gentleman, really. You can totally take my word for it. **
My jazz kung fu (John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Eric Dolphy, Cannonball Adderly) is rudimentary but genuine. Tony Bennett over Frank Sinatra. Live at Carnegie Hall 1962 is a juggernaut. Classical, I enjoy Stravinsky, Debussey, Phillip Glass (if he belongs there) and Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky.
I have a huge soft spot for New Orleans funk, Stax/Volt & Mowtown. Over the past few years I've been developing a love of opera that I sadly don't have the time to nurture further.
My last Serious TV Show was Breaking Bad, and my current re-watch is Seinfeld. Cheesy comic book tv shows like Gotham and The Flash are great for winding down at the end of the day.
It's rare that I have time to make it through a whole movie anymore, but like good comedies, Scorcese movies, and westerns. Am I the only Marx Brothers fan here? Duck Soup all the way.
I read mostly non-fiction: Malcolm Gladwell, et al and books about music and musicians. I have volumes of poetry I'll go through someday.
Saturdays I'm usually checking out a band, playing in one, or hanging at someone's house.
Sundays I'm relaxing or cajoling the kids to do something Cultural in the vicinity of Downtown if they're with me. They grumble, then enjoy it.