I like anyone who is a good entertainer and musician. I'm kind of old you know, so grew up listening to all to those jazz greats and going to see them in concert and sneaking into bars where they played (I grew up in LA). My rants are strictly about TEACHING. Anyone who can sell themselves and make a living out of music today is doing well. Feeding beginners on a strict diet of mid 20th centruy styles to be their reference for playing may not be a good idea. It's a very simple concept really, you stand a better chance of being able to make a living if you are catering to current musical tastes. Good music is good music at any time and from any time. The question is about having an audience. There are thousands of jazz performance graduates. How many are working full time as musicians? Most (if still in music) teach. The real question is what do they teach?I know who she is. Wade is vocal about not liking “same-old”. In this video, she is.