Coltrane Home Named a National Treasure

  The Dix Hills home of John Coltrane, the pioneering jazz musician and composer, and his wife, Alice, an accomplished and influential musician and spiritual leader, was recently named a National Treasure by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. John Coltrane was revolutionizing the jazz world Read More …

Coltrane Day to be Filled With Celebration of Music

Saturday is Coltrane Day, with jam sessions, jazz, rap, funk electronic music, food, environmental exhibits, food and beer, and family activities. The legendary blues musician John Coltrane and his wife, jazz pianist Alice Coltrane, lived in Dix Hills until his death in 1967. He is Read More …

Coltrane Home Earns African-American Heritage Grant from National Trust

The Coltrane Home in Dix Hills has been awarded a grant from the National Trust’s new African-American Cultural Heritage Action Fund. The grant recognizing the site where the late iconic jazz musician, saxophonist John Coltrane, and his wife, pianist Alice Coltrane,  lived in the 1960s Read More …