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Swedish composer Thomas Frykberg releases 'inventive, colorfully eclectic' smooth jazz album
(Stockholm, Sweden) Written by Robert Sutton. The words may be silent, but the music is loud and clear for Swedish jazz artist Thomas Frykberg. On his latest album, Silent Words, Frykberg uses smooth jazz as a starting point for inventive yet accessible experiments in rhythm and melody. Unlike ...
(Published: February 14, 2011) [read more]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:    "A CULINARY AS WELL AS A CULTURAL LANDMARK" Proclamation, City of New York, 1987   One of Top 150 Jazz Venues in The World - DownBeat   Jazz Venue of The Year, 2004, 2008, 2010 - All About Jazz New York   (now known as The New York City Jazz Record)  ...
(Published: February 14, 2011) [read more]

New York, NY, February 9, 2011-Jerry Costanzo will be performing live at the Metropolitan Room in Manhattan on Friday, March 11, 2011 at 9:30 PM. As a follow-up to his most recent successful CD, Destination Moon, Jerry Costanzo has put the finishing touches on his upcoming CD Can't We Be ...
(Published: February 14, 2011) [read more]

Italian singer Emilia Vancini returns vocal jazz to its roots
(Holland) Written by Robert Sutton. Jazz vocalist Emilia Vancini doesn't know what possessed her on her latest album. But anyone who listens to the record will know what possessed them: The deep, smoky croon of an Italian original. Vancini's voice, laced with atmosphere and a ...
(Published: February 11, 2011) [read more]

The Song Project celebrates Valentine's with the Web
The Song Project, a jazz duo out of Brooklyn, NY known for their forward-thinking and out-of-the-box approaches to music and technology has released a web page optimized for the iPad and iPhone in celebration of this Valentine's weekend.  They present a bit of dry humor with some choice ...
(Published: February 11, 2011) [read more]

The International Street Cannibals present a new concert, &, on March 16th, 8:30PM, at the main space of St Mark's in-the-Bowery, 131 East 10th Street, NYC
With superb reviews of their new CDs (on the Composers Concordance/NAXOS label), the International Street Cannibals will be joined by soloists Taka Kigawa (piano), Lynn Bechtold (violin), and Eric Edberg (cello), for an electro-acoustic and multi-genre concert event. & will bring together new ...
(Published: February 11, 2011) [read more]

"Latin Bird," Motéma Debut by Alto Saxophonist T.K. Blue, Due for March 8 Release
T.K. Blue's new CD Latin Bird, his first for Motéma Music and ninth as a leader, takes the alto saxophonist back to his musical and personal beginnings. Charlie "Bird" Parker was a major early inspiration for T.K., and eight of Parker's classic compositions are ingeniously reworked ...
(Published: February 11, 2011) [read more]

Motéma Artist RONDI CHARLESTON Celebrates The Release of Who Knows Where The Time Goes @ Joe's Pub
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: www.REDCATPUBLICITY.com Motéma Artist RONDI CHARLESTON Celebrates The Release of Who Knows Where The Time Goes ***Joe's Pub, Thursday, April 21 @ 7:00 PM*** Praise for Rondi Charleston + Who Knows Where The Time Goes: "Rondi ...
(Published: February 11, 2011) [read more]

Sunday, April 10, 2011, 4:00 p.m. Matinee El Campanil Theatre 602 W. Second Street Antioch, Ca 94509 (925) 757-9500 www.elcampaniltheatre.com Antioch, CA - The Preservation Hall Jazz Band (PHJB), based in the city known as the birthplace of Jazz, New Orleans, LA, will return to Northern ...
(Published: February 10, 2011) [read more]

Keiko Matsui To Play U.S. Shows Feb 11 - May 21 In Support Of New Album On Shanachie
With over a million and a half albums sold and sold out concerts around the globe, keyboardist Keiko Matsui is a citizen of the world and one of the brightest stars in instrumental music who recently released The Road... (Shanachie Entertainment), her first new recording in four years and a ...
(Published: February 10, 2011) [read more]

Pamela Rose Celebrates Women's History Month with 2 San Francisco Shows
In honor of Women's History Month, jazz and blues vocalist Pamela Rose brings her internationally acclaimed multimedia show, Wild Women of Song: Great Gal Composers of the Jazz Era, to two San Francisco venues next month. The theatrical concert celebrates the lives, times, and music of the ...
(Published: February 09, 2011) [read more]

Subject: Trumpeter/Composer Shane Endsley Announces The Release of His New Recording, Then The Other, + The Launch of Low Electrical Records
For Immediate Release: Trumpeter/Composer Shane Endsley Announces The Release of His New Recording Shane Endsley and The Music Band - Then The Other To Be Released on February 26, Coinciding With The Launch of the New, Kneebody Owned-and-Operated Label, Low ...
(Published: February 09, 2011) [read more]

Bird With Strings - March 11-12 - Rose Theater
BIRD WITH STRINGS WITH CHARLES McPHERSON, WESS "WARMDADDY" ANDERSON, VINCENT GARDNER & STRING SECTION MARCH 11-12 - ROSE THEATER Who/What: In 1949, Charlie Parker with Strings was the recording that transformed Charlie "Bird" Parker into a pop superstar. Sixty years later those ...
(Published: February 09, 2011) [read more]

Long regarded as one of the world's foremost jazz pianists and composers, and fresh off last year's release of his autobiography, "African Rhythms," and disc, "The Storyteller," Randy Weston, who has also forged a reputation as a world music visionary, brings The African Rhythms trio and ...
(Published: February 09, 2011) [read more]

Scot Albertson & Dr. Joe Utterback in Concert in Greenwich, CT - Sat. Feb. 26th @ 7:00p.m.
Scot & Dr. Joe (Vocal / Piano Duo) return to Blueberry Music & Art House (135 Mason St. - Tel. No. (203).987.6445). This is a Concert Series started by Scot in Sept. 2010 to offer music in a lovely intimate Art Gallery. Each Concert is unique in presentation - this month will be a Guest Singers ...
(Published: February 09, 2011) [read more]

EP release of songs addressed "To a Certain Boy"
A concept album in the tradition of Frank Sinatra's "In the Wee Small Hours," vocalist & songwriter Joyce Kwon addresses each of her five songs 'to a certain boy', on her first trio EP. She hopes to not be singing these songs past her twenties, and wishes to find a title to the third ...
(Published: February 08, 2011) [read more]

The Kings of Crownsville deliver royal performance on 'Live at Quiet Waters Park'
(Annapolis, MD) Written by Robert Sutton. Even buckets of rain couldn't stop a captivated audience from hailing the Kings of Crownsville. As documented on their new album, Live at Quiet Waters Park, the Kings battled Mother Nature and delivered a fiery set of jazzy rock and New Orleans ...
(Published: February 07, 2011) [read more]

Marc Hoffman Duo To Perform at New Jazz Club in Raleigh
February 6, 2011 (RALEIGH, NC) - The Marc Hoffman Duo, led by pianist and vocalist Marc Hoffman with a special guest on bass, will make its debut appearance at BetDeez Jazz Lounge in Raleigh on Saturday, February 19, from 9 p.m. until midnight. Hoffman and his duo, trio, and quartet are ...
(Published: February 06, 2011) [read more]

Tord Gustavsen's North America Tour dates
March 24th, 2011 - Winston-Salem, NC - Wake Forest University http://www.wfu.edu/calendar/'m=3&y=2011&d=24&w=4&v=d&id=10178 March 25th, 2011 - Los Angeles, CA - 8.00PM - Skirball ...
(Published: February 04, 2011) [read more]

Paul Motian's concert in New York in March
March 08 - March 13 PAUL MOTIAN TRIO 2000 + 2 Loren Stillman-sax, Masabumi Kikuchi-p, Thomas Morgan-b, Ben Street-b ...
(Published: February 04, 2011) [read more]

Heiner Goebbels in NY
Heiner Goebbels - New York Premiere! March 18 - New York, NY - Alice Tully Hall - Songs of Wars I Have Seen London Sinfonetta; Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Anu Tali, conductor; Sound Intermedia, sound projection; Heiner Goebbels, conception, music, and director Gertrude ...
(Published: February 04, 2011) [read more]

Composer/pianist Geri Allen has been nominated for a 2011 NAACP Image Award in the category of "Outstanding Jazz Album" for her most recent Motéma Music release, Geri Allen & Timeline - Live. The NAACP Image Awards, currently celebrating its 42nd anniversary, are presented each year to ...
(Published: February 04, 2011) [read more]

Trio Mediaeval's new CD and Concerts in March
Trio Mediaeval is back with a new album of sacred music to be released on March 15, 2011. Trio Mediaeval A Worcester Ladymass Anna Maria Friman voice Linn Andrea Fuglseth voice Torunn Østrem Ossum voice Few vocal ensembles produce quite as beautiful and finely blended a sound as this ...
(Published: February 04, 2011) [read more]

Hungary's the Peet Project smashes boundaries of jazz on 'Pink Spirit'
(Budapest, Hungary) Written by Robert Sutton. Have violin will travel. For Peter "Peet" Ferencz, playing a violin gives him a license to explore the boundaries of jazz or perhaps even destroy them. With his band the Peet Project, Ferencz gives new meaning to fusion as they weave in and out ...
(Published: February 03, 2011) [read more]

Birthday Bash for Dexter Gordon
Vty Jazz Productions..Creating the best Jazz Experience on Earth Proudly Presents Another "Sunday Serenade" Birthday Celebration for Dexter Gordon *Featuring* Javon Jackson: Tenor Saxophone Gearge Cables: Piano Louis Hayes: Drums Santi ...
(Published: February 02, 2011) [read more]

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