Resonance Records will celebrate its 10-year anniversary with a two-night run of shows at Birdland in Manhattan on Oct. 28 and 29.
The company, which was founded by co-presidents Zev Feldman and George Klabin in 2008, specializes in releasing lost treasures of jazz, such as two sets of recently unearthed recordings by the guitarist Grant Green—Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970) and Slick! – Live at Oil Can Harry’s—and the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra (now the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra)’s All My Yesterdays, which includes recordings of the ensemble’s first performance at the Village Vanguard in 1966. Resonance has also been introducing new artists to the public, including the jazz vocalists Polly Gibbons and Aubrey Logan, who will perform at Birdland.
Other Resonance artists in the two-day lineup will include clarinetist Eddie Daniels and violinist Christian Howes.
To buy tickets and to find a complete list of performances, go here.
Read JazzTimes‘ September 2018 profile of Eddie Daniels.
Read JazzTimes‘ July/August 2018 feature on Grant Green, including in-depth discussions of Resonance’s archival releases.
Read a feature on the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra’s 50th anniversary and the release of All My Yesterdays.Originally Published