Brad Mehldau and Mark Guiliana stretch out
The sharp, bluesy guitarist Bob DeVos came up in the groups of Jimmy McGriff and Hank Crawford, Richard “Groove” Holmes and Sonny Stitt, and Charles Earland, and the music on his fifth album, Shadow Box , sounds exactly like the soul-jazz conjured up by...
Spanning genres, cultures, formats and technologies
The Icelandic vocalist Björk makes otherworldly pop music. It’s unusual and emotional and it takes risks. So it makes little sense to arrange those sounds for big band. The big band, by necessity, is one of the safest endeavors in jazz. With so many players...
In the sweaty beach air, power, spirit—and lots of hand percussion
Adventurous NYC big bands are expanding the scope of Jewish music
At 21, the saxophonist/singer is a crowd-pleaser. But has she paid her dues?
The Israeli guitarist strives for simplicity
Guitarists join up for a delightful, laidback acoustic duo set
07/06/13 Overdue Ovation
At 85, the saxophonist just wants to play
In his music and his health struggles, the saxist exudes composure and fortitude
A rising vocal star celebrates life's joys and pains on new album
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Brad Farberman joined the JazzTimes community on Dec 15, 2012