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Live Review: Savannah Music Festival 2019

Swinging and singing highlights at the Georgia fest’s Jazz Week include Daymé Arocena, Aaron Diehl, and Catherine Russell with John Pizzarelli

Daymé Arocena


2019 NEA Jazz Masters Honored in Washington

Abdullah Ibrahim, Maria Schneider, Stanley Crouch, and the late Bob Dorough were spotlighted at the Kennedy Center

Abdullah Ibrahim


Electric Miles: A Conversation

Seven men who worked with Miles Davis between 1969 and 1991 remember a musical revolution

Miles Davis in 1971
04-19-19    Albums

Quinsin Nachoff’s Flux: Path of Totality (Whirlwind)

In physics, flux is the movement and flow of radiant energy across a given area.……Read More

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Ellen Rowe Octet: Momentum: Portraits of Women in Motion (Smokin’ Sleddog)

Pianist and educator Ellen Rowe strolls into “Ain’t I a Woman,” the first track on……Read More

04-17-19    Albums

Anthony Braxton: GTM (Syntax) 2017 (New Braxton House)

Certain recording projects are so vast in their conceptual scope that attempting to process their……Read More

04-16-19    Albums

David Torn/Tim Berne/Ches Smith: Sun of Goldfinger (ECM)

That David Torn is the most electric of jazz guitarists is made clear in the……Read More

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Becoming Quintet: Five One-Track Minds
By Jeff Tamarkin

Their unsullied positivity and demonstrable zeal are inherent in the name of their band, Becoming……Read More


Joe Martin: Into the Luminous
By Ken Micallef

Born to a Kansas City musical family, upright bassist Joe Martin often sees his music……Read More


Electric Miles: A Conversation
By Mark Ruffin

On Feb. 18, 1969, at CBS’ 30th Street Studio in New York, Miles Davis definitively……Read More


The Eclectic Mr. Klein
By George Varga

Four-time Grammy winner Larry Klein was only in his mid-teens when he had his first……Read More

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