Eric Ineke Jazz Xpress takes us right back to the sparkling sound of Dexter in the idiom of contemporary jazz. Dexternity proofs to be an inimitable tribute to this tenor giant by one of his finest companions.
09/22/16 Community Articles
Gilda Pietragalla Downey has been helping keep jazz alive on the south coast of Massachusetts for the last 37 years and everybody loves it.
09/21/16 Community Articles
The internationally acclaimed Aardvark Jazz Orchestra plays Scullers on September 29: Mark Harvey originals (including music from Aardvark's latest CD, Passages, on Leo Records), plus classics by Duke Ellington.
A sonic expedition composed by Keyboardist Milko Lazar and drummer Zlatko Kaučič
Sundae + Mr. Goessl is more than a vintage duo, their authenticity and commitment to the genre rings true, and the genuineness shines through in their renditions of these classic gems. The duo takes you through delightfully fun romps, to late night after...
09/20/16 Community Articles
Trumpeter Winston Byrd, one of the most talented and versatile players on the scene today, stopped by to hang and fill us in on his exciting latest. Nick Mondello/Jazz Times: Winston, thanks for taking time to chat about your recent recording, “Once Upon...
"Heal the Rich", the group Field, under the command of Uli, and conformed by Ronnie Graupe (guitar), Jonas Westergaad (bass) and Oliver Steidle (drums). The phrasing choppy the saxophone, the guitar with its discontinuous lines, linked with the pulsation...
A unique blend of chamber music and improvisation is heard on East West Daydreams as violinist Alexander Balanescu, drummer Zlatko Kaučič, and woodwind player Javier Girotto come together.
Wilson’s Big Happy Family is a raucous clan whose members span a considerable stylistic spectrum, spotlighting Wilson’s sonically inclusive versatility.
No Secrets No Lies is a daring and exhilarating merger of Jazz, Fusion, Soul, and Gospel. The music on the album is full of the deep tradition of Jazz, while still exploring genres and feels that are progressing the larger world of music forward. By blending...
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