Jimmie Vaughan's B-3 Vibe

The legendary Texas bluesman on the earthy splendor of the organ trio


Bassist/Cellist Buell Neidlinger Dies at 82

Strikingly versatile musician played with Cecil Taylor and Steve Lacy, and on many classic pop/rock records

Cecil Taylor and Buell Neidlinger's "New York City R&B"


Jazz & #MeToo

How the movement can help the music’s culture achieve gender equality

Terri Lyne Carrington (photo by Tracy Love)


Photos: Jazz Congress 2018

Photos from the jazz industry conference held at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City

Photos: Jazz Congress 2018
03-20-18    Albums

John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble: All Can Work (New Amsterdam)

Drummer-composer John Hollenbeck has for 20 years excelled at writing music that balances oddness and……Read More

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Jeff Hamilton Trio: Live From San Pedro (Capri)

Is there a more time-honored jazz tradition than the piano trio? From Nat Cole to……Read More

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Farnell Newton: Back to Earth (Posi-Tone)

Trumpeter Farnell Newton’s Back to Earth is … a little odd. Not in its sound,……Read More

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Adam Rudolph: Morphic Resonances (Meta)

Listeners should be advised that Adam Rudolph doesn’t play a beat on this album; it’s……Read More

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Jimmie Vaughan’s B-3 Vibe
By Evan Haga

Onstage with Steve Miller at Jazz at Lincoln Center in early December, the guitarist Jimmie……Read More


Joshua White: Western Literature
By George Varga

Joshua White came so highly recommended to Rudresh Mahanthappa that the celebrated saxophonist hired him……Read More


Chick Corea & Steve Gadd: The Past That Never Was
By Mac Randall

Chinese Butterfly (Stretch/Concord Jazz), the new double-album by the Chick Corea + Steve Gadd Band,……Read More


Jazz & #MeToo
By Jennifer Odell

In late December, when I first spoke to the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra’s new president……Read More

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