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New Orleans Party Asylum gives Santa Claus a 'Yuletide Aphrodisiac' of Dixieland jazz
(Toledo, OH) - Written by Robert Sutton. Santa Claus usually punishes the naughty; however, in the case of the New Orleans Party Asylum, he just might grab a cold one and join them. On their new album Yuletide Aphrodisiac, the New Orleans Party Asylum presents themselves as the kind of band that ...
(Published: December 14, 2010) [read more]

Christmas Jazz from AccuJazz Internet Radio
Jazz connoisseurs might be forgiven for being a little Scrooge-like during the Holidays, with the sounds of watered-down Christmas music filling the air everywhere they turn. But AccuJazz Internet radio brings good news of great joy for all jazz fans: they can listen to great Christmas jazz any ...
(Published: December 14, 2010) [read more]

Bay Area Vocal Duo Amikaeyla & Trelawny Rose Plan Shows in Support of Their New Eva Cassidy Tribute CD on Patois Records
To celebrate the January 11 release of their Patois Records CD, To Eva, With Love, vocalists Amikaeyla and Trelawny Rose will be making two Bay Area appearances next month--Friday 1/21 at the Jazzschool in Berkeley, and Saturday 1/29 at Santa Cruz's Kuumbwa Jazz Center, where the new CD was ...
(Published: December 14, 2010) [read more]

This Week at The Cornelia Street Cafe, December 13-20
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: www.REDCATPUBLICITY.com "A CULINARY AS WELL AS A CULTURAL LANDMARK" Proclamation, City of New York, 1987 This Week @ The CORNELIA STREET CAFE DECEMBER 13-20, 2010 LISTINGS INFORMATION: Venue: The Cornelia Street Café "A ...
(Published: December 13, 2010) [read more]

Terence Blanchard to Co-headline Tour with Branford Marsalis Spring 2011
GRAMMY-WINNING COMPOSER/TRUMPET PLAYER TERENCE BLANCHARD TO CO-HEADLINE TOUR WITH BRANFORD MARSALIS SPRING 2011 New Orleans, Louisiana. In what is certain to be one of the most highly anticipated jazz tours of 2011, Terence Blanchard and Branford Marsalis are set to perform a series of 12 ...
(Published: December 13, 2010) [read more]

Papo Vazquez Pirates Troubadours Live 12/17&18/10
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(Published: December 12, 2010) [read more]

San Francisco singer/songwriter covers "Santa Baby" with a gravelly rasp a la Tom Waits
(San Francisco, CA) - Written by Robert Sutton. The sultriness and playful innocence of Eartha Kitt's original rendition of "Santa Baby," often erroneously credited to Marilyn Monroe, has since defined how that song should be covered. However, Bay Area artist Tom Casino wasn't ...
(Published: December 11, 2010) [read more]

Guitarist Bob Keefe gives Christmas music a surf kick on new album
(Lansing, NY) - Written by Robert Sutton. The snow is just beginning to fall but guitarist Bob Keefe (http://www.bobkeefe.com) is already melting the ice. While many artists release Christmas albums with Frosty the Snowman and the North Pole in mind, Keefe is running to the beach with ...
(Published: December 10, 2010) [read more]

Jazz/Blues Pianist Henry Butler Profiled In HBO Documentary - "Dark Light: The Art Of Blind Photographers"
Photos By New Orleans' Native Musical Son Are The Subject Of Compelling Film Airing This Month Nationwide On The Cable Network As Well As A Traveling Photo Exhibit Los Angeles, California. Henry Butler, pianist extraordinaire, will now be recognized in another medium for which he excels - ...
(Published: December 09, 2010) [read more]

Jazz Legend Chet Baker's Last Studio Sessions With Norwegian Poet Jan Erik Vold Sees CD Release
12/9/2010 - Norway - Considered the holy grail of Chet Baker recordings by many collectors around the world, the new CD released by Norway's Hot Club Records titled TELEMARK BLUE features Chet Baker's last studio sessions, in Paris February 1988, just three months before his untimely death. ...
(Published: December 09, 2010) [read more]

The Bad Plus Live Stream on Sunday 12/12
Telluride Jazz Celebration is inviting the world to watch and listen when the highly acclaimed trio, The Bad Plus plays two special shows at DazzleJazz in Denver on Sunday December 12. The two shows, taking place at 6 and 8pm, will be streamed live over Telluride Jazz' internet site at ...
(Published: December 09, 2010) [read more]

Enter Music Publishing Thrives And Survives In 2010 Looking Back At DRUM!'s Rolling Ride Over The Year
San Jose, Calif., -- Enter Music Publishing, publishers of hip, drum/percussion magazines worldwide and online, had a very interesting year. Despite the economy, the company was very successful in regard to its commitment in covering the drum industry in its position as the best magazine in the ...
(Published: December 08, 2010) [read more]

Dee Dee Bridgewater Receives Grammy Nomination--Best Jazz Vocal Album
Los Angeles, California. Dee Dee Bridgewater's stunning homage to Billie Holiday, Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee, has been nominated for a 2011 Grammy Award in the category of "Best Jazz Vocal Album." The CD, released this past Spring on DDB ...
(Published: December 08, 2010) [read more]

BITCHES BREW LIVE by MILES DAVIS RARE LIVE PERFORMANCES OF MUSIC FROM CLASSIC ALBUM, AT 1969 NEWPORT JAZZ FESTIVAL (PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED) AND 1970 ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL
Four decades later, it remains the great game changer, the genre-bending, barrier-smashing double LP that would become Miles Davis' first RIAA gold album, and influence two - three! (so far) - generations of jazz and rock musicians to come. Released in April of 1970, Bitches Brew refracted the ...
(Published: December 08, 2010) [read more]

Motéma's Gregory Porter and Oran Etkin Get Grammy Nods
Gregory Porter' s Debut, Water, Receives GRAMMY® Nomination as Best Jazz Vocal Album Clarinetist Oran Etkin's Track, "Unique Monique," Included on Album Nominated in Best Spoken Word Album for Children Category A scant six months after the release of his debut album, Water, ...
(Published: December 07, 2010) [read more]

2011 NEA Jazz Masters: Hubert Laws, David Liebman, Johnny Mandel, Ellis Marsalis, Jr. and Orrin Keepnews
Panel Discussion with 2011 NEA Jazz Masters: Hubert Laws, David Liebman, Johnny Mandel, Ellis Marsalis, Jr. and Orrin Keepnews Monday, January 10, 7pm Free Event with Live Webcast Who/What: The National Endowment for the Arts and Jazz at Lincoln Center will present a free panel ...
(Published: December 06, 2010) [read more]

JOE LOVANO US FIVE TO RELEASE BIRD SONGS
JOE LOVANO US FIVE TO RELEASE BIRD SONGS AN EXPLORATION OF THE CHARLIE PARKER SONGBOOK DUE OUT JANUARY 11 ON BLUE NOTE RECORDS LOVANO SET TO LAUNCH ALBUM WITH NPR LIVE AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD WEBCAST ON JANUARY 12 On January 11, 2011, Joe Lovano Us Five will release Bird Songs, an ...
(Published: December 06, 2010) [read more]

Scot Albertson Quintet - Scot's 6th Annual Pre-New Year's Eve Event - Dec. 30th @ The Kitano in NYC
Thurs. Dec. 30th @ The Kitano in NYC - 66 Park Ave. & East 38th St. within the Kitano Hotel - 2nd Floor - 2 Sets - 8:00p.m. & 10:00p.m. No Music Cover & $15.00 Food / Drink Minimum Per Set. Scot & Band return to The Kitano for Scot's 6th Annual Pre-New Year's Eve Celebration. Scot's ...
(Published: December 06, 2010) [read more]

This Week @ The CORNELIA STREET CAFE DECEMBER 6-13, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: www.REDCATPUBLICITY.com "A CULINARY AS WELL AS A CULTURAL LANDMARK" Proclamation, City of New York, 1987 This Week @ The CORNELIA STREET CAFE DECEMBER 6-13, 2010 LISTINGS INFORMATION: Venue: The Cornelia Street Café "A Culinary As Well A ...
(Published: December 06, 2010) [read more]

ALAN OX IN CONCERT: "Song, Shtick & Soft Shoe"
An Evening of Classic Stage Variety What: Alan Ox in Concert: "Song, Shtick & Soft Shoe" When: Friday, November 5, 2010 - 8:00 p.m. Where: Washington University • 560 Music Center • 560 Trinity Avenue University City, MO 63130 Cost: $20 / Adult, $10 ...
(Published: December 04, 2010) [read more]

Fans Inspire Jazz Guitarist B.D. Lenz's New CD Five and Live -- "Featuring Scorching Live Set and Brand New Song"
Who: B.D. Lenz, Dan Paul, Geoff Mattoon, Tom Cottone, James Rosocha, Josh Orlando What: New CD release "Five and Live" by B.D. Lenz When: November 1, 2010 Where: Hackettstown, NJ How: Order through www.cdbaby.com, www.itunes.com, www.bdlenz.com. You can also call CD Baby at ...
(Published: December 04, 2010) [read more]

Ohio-based jazz artist Rusty Burge releases follow-up to critically-acclaimed debut
(Cincinnati, OH/Robert Sutton) - A vibraphone is to Rusty Burge (http://www.rustyburge.com) as quill pens were to the Romantic poets. In other words, it is an extension of his soul, the bridge in which feelings and ideas cross from the imagination to the listener. On his latest album, Illumination, ...
(Published: December 03, 2010) [read more]

Washington, D.C.-based jazz artist Joshua Rich releases album inspired by childbirth
(Washington, D.C./Robert Sutton) - The unbridled joy and sweet innocence of childbirth can now be found on the keys of a piano. That is, if the fingers playing it belong to jazz pianist Joshua Rich (http://www.joshuarich.com). The Washington, D.C.-based musician has just released Rain, a collection ...
(Published: December 03, 2010) [read more]

Saalik Ziyad plays at Chicago's Jazz Showcase for the first time
Okay maybe you haven't heard or not, but this band is something else. After having their premiers in Poland last year and the Chicago Jazz Festival this year, they are ready to perform at the world famous Jazz Showcase here in Chicago, Illinois. You will hear jazz standards, bebop and hardbop ...
(Published: December 03, 2010) [read more]

HERBIE HANCOCK'S "THE IMAGINE PROJECT" NOMINATED FOR THREE GRAMMY AWARDS
HERBIE HANCOCK'S "THE IMAGINE PROJECT" NOMINATED FOR THREE GRAMMY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST POP COLLABORATION WITH VOCALS, BEST IMPROVISED JAZZ SOLO AND BEST INSTRUMENTAL ARRANGEMENT ACCOMPANYING VOCALIST(S) Critically-acclaimed CD "The Imagine Project" recorded across the globe features a ...
(Published: December 03, 2010) [read more]

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