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Critically Acclaimed Band, The Jazz Passengers Set to Release Reunited on October 12
Ensemble's First Release in Over a Decade Features Special Guests Elvis Costello, Debbie Harry, and Marc Ribot "The Jazz Passengers make jazz that's smart and witty and raucous. For all its unpredictable forms and modernist dissonances, the music comes across as boisterous fun. The ...
(Published: August 17, 2010) [read more]

Win The New Ayako Shirasaki CD Set For Release September 7th
"Falling Leaves - Live in Hamburg", the stunning new solo jazz piano album from frequent finalist in major U.S. jazz piano competitions Ayako Shirasaki, will be released by Jan Matthies Records on September 7, 2010. Shirasaki has been sharing her dramatic improvisational approach with listeners ...
(Published: August 16, 2010) [read more]

Detroit Jazz Fest Goes Global
Organizers of the Detroit Jazz Festival (DJF) unveiled a unique concept to share the 2010 festival with the world on DJF's Jazz Planet tv - an interactive web experience that will stream via the internet live and taped performances, news flashes, interviews and behind-the-scenes commentary ...
(Published: August 15, 2010) [read more]

Abbey Lincoln dies at 80
She acted opposite Sidney Poitier, spoke out for civil rights, and had a singing voice so full of emotion and passion it reminded some of Billie Holiday. Jazz singer Abbey Lincoln died on Saturday at her Manhattan home at age 80. Lincoln, an idiosyncratic and fiercely independent performer, ...
(Published: August 15, 2010) [read more]

Charles Lloyd Quartet tour dates
- September 22 and 23: Yoshi's, Oakland, CA - September 24: Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara, CA - September 25: Nate Holden Center Perf Arts, Los Angeles, CA - September 30: Dakota, Minneapolis,MN - October 2: Quebec City Jazz ...
(Published: August 13, 2010) [read more]

Chicago Saxophonist Geof Bradfield's "African Flowers" Suite Due Sept. 21 from Origin Records
African Flowers is a big, bold, inspired suite of original music by saxophonist/composer Geof Bradfield that draws on his experiences traveling and performing in Africa in early 2008. During the course of a month-long tour of Rwanda, Congo, Uganda, and Zimbabwe as a member of pianist Ryan ...
(Published: August 10, 2010) [read more]

Musician/Composer Dana Leong Returns to CA This Week for Regional Tour
Musician/Composer Dana Leong Returns to California for a Regional Tour Including a World Premiere with Project Bandaloop DANA LEONG 2010 CALIFORNIA TOUR 8.11 │ 8PM MILK & JADE by Dana Leong @ Yoshi's Oakland (Oakland) 8.13 │ 8PM MILK & JADE by Dana Leong @ San Jose Jazz Festival (San ...
(Published: August 09, 2010) [read more]

The Apollo Theater & Harlem Week Honor Music Legend Randy Weston
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 5, 2010 Krista N. Saunders, ksaunders@bmcc.cuny.edu, 212.220.1459 Publicity Associate A YEAR OF HONORS FOR JAZZ LEGEND RANDY WESTON (New York, NY) ─ This year marks the 50th anniversary of Randy Weston's signature recording session Uhuru Afrika, a ...
(Published: August 05, 2010) [read more]

Jazz Trumpeter Brad Goode's 4th Delmark Album, "Tight Like This," Due September 21
Jazz trumpeter/composer Brad Goode debuts his exciting new quartet on Tight Like This, Goode's fourth Delmark Records CD and his twelfth as a leader. The Chicago native has assembled the band "I've longed for my entire career," one that shares his willingness to take risks "while ...
(Published: August 05, 2010) [read more]

Continuum - A Journey Through Jazz: "Satchmo Summerfest, Part 2"
Soulandjazz.com Presents: Continuum - A Journey Through Jazz Episode 17: "Satchmo Summerfest, Part 2" Hosted and Produced by J. Scott Fugate, "The Jazz Evangelist" As always, the show is free, absolutely legal, fun for the whole family, and available for listening right now, right here, ...
(Published: August 03, 2010) [read more]

Japanese Pianist Junko Onishi to release "Baroque" Sept 14th
JAPANESE JAZZ PIANO SENSATION JUNKO ONISHI MAKES VERVE DEBUT WITH "BAROQUE" SEPTEMBER 14th CD features an all-star ensemble including Nicholas Payton, James Carter,Wycliffe Gordon and James Carter "It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that blues and swing," states Junko Onishi, one ...
(Published: August 03, 2010) [read more]

Chicago Jazz Vocalist Milton Suggs Releases "Things to Come," New CD on His Skiptone Label, Sept. 28
Simply put, Milton Suggs's new CD, Things to Come, marks the arrival of a major jazz vocal talent. Blessed with a sumptuous baritone, the 27-year-old Chicago native also displays his prodigious skills as arranger and composer on the disc, which his Skiptone Music label will release on September ...
(Published: July 29, 2010) [read more]

THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS!
THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS: 43-CD COLLECTION ASSEMBLES ALL EIGHT MULTI-CD BOX SETS RELEASED BETWEEN 1996 AND 2007, WINNERS OF EIGHT GRAMMY AWARDS • Miles Davis & John Coltrane: The Complete Columbia Recordings (1955-1961) • Miles Davis & Gil Evans: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings ...
(Published: July 28, 2010) [read more]

Continuum, A Journey Through Jazz - "Satchmo Summerfest"
Soulandjazz.com Presents: Continuum, A Journey Through Jazz Episode 16 - "Satchmo Summerfest", Part 1 Hosted and Produced by J. Scott Fugate, "The Jazz Evangelist" As always, the show is free, absolutely legal, fun for the whole family, and available for listening right now, right here, ...
(Published: July 27, 2010) [read more]

Litchfield Jazz Camp Presents the 3rd Annual Jazz College Fair Night
Kent, CT - Litchfield Jazz Camp (est. 1997) is a total jazz immersion where students ages 13 through adult learn and play in a non-competitive environment on the campus of Kent School in Kent, CT. Students rehearse in combos with others at their level 15 hours a week, study music theory, perform ...
(Published: July 27, 2010) [read more]

Matt Wilson Appointed Artist-in-Residence at the Litchfield Jazz Festival
Kent, CT -- World-renowned drummer, Matt Wilson, has been appointed the first Artist-in-Residence to mark the 15th anniversary of the Litchfield Jazz Festival, August 6th - 8th at Kent School in Kent, CT. In this role Matt will be a presence for the Festival throughout the year, giving clinics ...
(Published: July 27, 2010) [read more]

New Cassandra Wilson CD set for release September 28th
NEW CASSANDRA WILSON ALBUM, "SILVER PONY," SET FOR RELEASE SEPTEMBER 28TH ON BLUE NOTE RECORDS; ALBUM FEATURES SPECIAL GUESTS TERENCE BLANCHARD, COMMON AND JOHN LEGEND Los Angeles, California. "Silver Pony," the stunning new album from multiple Grammy Award-winning jazz-pop chanteuse Cassandra ...
(Published: July 27, 2010) [read more]

Swing! / "The Birth of the Big Bands"
Soulandjazz.com Presents: Swing! Episode 2 - Birth of the Big Bands Hosted and Produced by J. Scott Fugate, "The Jazz Evangelist" As always, the show is free, absolutely legal, fun for the whole family, and available for listening right now, right here: http://bit.ly/bE4dtc Welcome back ...
(Published: July 23, 2010) [read more]

SINGERS BATTLE FOR JAZZMOBILE ‘BEST OF THE BEST' TITLE Jazzmobile Vocal Competition Returns to Harlem's Uptown Grand on July 26
NEW YORK (Ju1y 16, 2010)-Singers from across the tri-state area and beyond will wage a fierce battle to claim the "Best of the Best" title at the Jazzmobile Vocal Competition on Monday, July 26 at the chic Uptown Grand restaurant in Harlem. The contest, which sold out last year, begins at 7:00 p.m. ...
(Published: July 22, 2010) [read more]

Neil Peart Barely Paradiddles by Travis Barker; 4th Straight Drummies
San Jose, Calif., This year's Drummies have been very interesting for a variety of reasons. As previously reported, recording voting occurred as 6500 drummers casted 100,000 votes in the 40 categories that make up The Drummies. Neil Peart, for a fourth straight time, has won "Drummer Of The ...
(Published: July 21, 2010) [read more]

Sonny Rollins @80 Concert at the Beacon Theatre Sept. 10 to Feature Special Guests Jim Hall, Roy Hargrove, Christian McBride
Guitarist Jim Hall, trumpeter Roy Hargrove, and bassist Christian McBride have been tapped by tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins to join him onstage at the Beacon Theatre on Friday, September 10, to help celebrate the jazz legend's 80th birthday. Christian McBride first worked with Rollins in ...
(Published: July 21, 2010) [read more]

Continuum - A Journey Through Jazz / Episode 15: "Sultry Sirens 3"
SoulandJazz.com presents: Continuum - A Journey Through Jazz Episode 15: "Sultry Sirens 3" Hosted and Produced by J. Scott Fugate, ‘The Jazz Evangelist' As always, the show is free, absolutely legal, fun for the whole family, and available for listening right now, right here: ...
(Published: July 20, 2010) [read more]

Frank Foster takes back his Shiny Stockings
Composer and arranger Frank Foster, who penned one of the Count Basie Bands most popular tunes Shiny Stockings has initiated a contract termination process with the help of faculty and students in the Community law Clinic at Rutgers School of Law-Newark. The Clinic, under the supervision of ...
(Published: July 20, 2010) [read more]

"Originality," Debut CD by Boston-Based Pianist/Composer Mina Cho, Due Sept. 7
Pianist Mina Cho was on track for a dazzling classical career when she first encountered gospel music as a university student in her native Seoul. She sought private study of her new passion, which led her to jazz, a scholarship at Berklee College of Music, and the recording of her first CD. The ...
(Published: July 20, 2010) [read more]

Dedicated to Milt Jackson Cal Tjader
Very Truly Yours Consultants Inc. Proudly Presents Live at the Bassline Another Sunday Serenade "Dedicated to Milt Jackson & Cal Tjade *Featuring* Jay Hoggard:Vibraphone & Andy Gonzalez: Bass *With* Marcus Persiani:Piano ...
(Published: July 20, 2010) [read more]

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