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Anthony Braxton/Tri-Centric in Amsterdam June 2 - 7
Doek meets Tri-Centric: Improvisation & Composition June 2-7, 2015 Bimhuis, Zaal 100 and other Amsterdam venues From June 2 to June 7 in Amsterdam, the DOEK collective and Anthony Braxton's Tri-Centric, two musician-run organizations which champion adventurous trans-idiomatic music, will ...
(Apr 24, 2015 - 15:21:09) [read more]

Jambalaya Brass Band to Perform at a Mardi Gras Gala For the OssiningMatters Education Foundation at Ossining High School in Ossining, New York
New York, NY, April 24, 2015—The Jambalaya Brass Band will be performing at a Mardi Gras Fundraiser benefiting the OssiningMatters Education Foundation at Ossining High School in Ossining, New York on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015 at 6:30pm. Both of the Jambalaya Brass Band’s CDs, It’s a Jungle ...
(Apr 24, 2015 - 10:07:01) [read more]

Seattle Jazz Singer Eugenie Jones to Release "Come Out Swingin'" May 12
Eugenie Jones’s widely praised 2013 debut, Black Lace Blue Tears, introduced a late-blooming but fiercely original jazz vocalist and songwriter to the jazz world. Among other honors, the disc was named Earshot Jazz’s Northwestern Recording of the Year. The Seattle-area singer’s response to ...
(Apr 23, 2015 - 17:48:45) [read more]

“Perfectly Perfect” soundtrack for summer love
Jazz crooner Steven Davis ponders “What Happened To Romance,” his first big band album due June 23, led by the original song featured in an international television commercial. Nashville, Tennessee (23 April 2015): Bolstering the belief that romance is always en vogue, crooner Steven Davis ...
(Apr 23, 2015 - 16:38:34) [read more]

Fresh Sounds New Talent Bassist/Composer BOB GINGERY Debuts TRAVELER Saturday, April 25 @Whynot Jazz Room, NYC
Bassist/Composer BOB GINGERY Celebrates Release of His Debut, TRAVELER, on Fresh Sound New Talent Records Featuring His Longtime Band: Jon Irabagon, Mike Baggetta and Mark Ferber * * * CD Release APRIL 25 @ Whynot Jazz Room, NYC Traveler, the debut album from Bob Gingery on Fresh ...
(Apr 23, 2015 - 15:40:34) [read more]

Sirius Quartet releases Colors of the East, available April 24th, album release party April 30th at Shapeshifter Lab
"Versatility and flair with lively improvisations... Driving rhythms and aggressive arpeggios were woven around an elusive cello melody in this engaging score." — The New York Times "One of the highlights of the festival... each breakout solo seemed as inevitable as it was ...
(Apr 23, 2015 - 13:00:32) [read more]


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