Before & After
09/18/10 By Larry Appelbaum
Pianist, composer and bandleader sits down for listening session with JazzTimes' Larry Appelbaum during Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival
08/18/10 By Bill Milkowski
Bill Milkowski gives bassist Christian McBride a listening session focused on 1970 releases
July/August 2010 By Mike Joyce
Mike Joyce plays a variety of string things for guitarist Frank Vignola
05/28/10 By Larry Appelbaum
Larry Appelbaum hosts a no-holds-barred Before & After listening session with saxophonist Lee Konitz
April 2010 By Bill Milkowski
An in-demand session player, valued sideman, prolific composer and respected leader in his own right over the past 30 years, Mark Egan’s distinctive fretless bass sound has graced countless jazz and pop albums as well as award-winning movie and television...
March 2010 By Larry Appelbaum
Larry Appelbaum plays an assortment of clarinet recordings for the noted reedist
January/February 2010 By Larry Appelbaum
Larry Appelbaum spins Nat King Cole and other pianistic gems for the noted Jamaican-born keyboardist
December 2009 By Andrew Gilbert
Since the release of her first CD in 2000, Bay Area singer Jackie Ryan has won an avid following with a series of increasingly confident albums showcasing her big, lustrous voice, deft sense of swing and polyglot repertoire. The daughter of a Mexican mother...
November 2009 By Bill Milkowski
The legendary drummer and NEA Jazz Master listens to fellow legends such as Philly Joe Jones, Elvin Jones and Ed Thigpen.
October 2009 By Larry Appelbaum
Earl Klugh’s music matches his disposition: warm, relaxed, gentle and thoughtful. The Atlanta-based nylon-string guitarist took a break from his sold-out weekend engagement at Blues Alley in Washington, D.C., to drink coffee and listen to music. Afterward...