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Harmonies & Voices of Transformation: The Annual Benefit Concert for the National Black Writers Conference
Featuring Ruby Dee, Mos Def, Guy Davis, Gary Bartz & Others, March 25, 2011 Produced By Jill Newman Productions Mos Def, award-winning actor, and the legendary Ruby Dee are featured as part of a star-filled line up of performers at The Annual Benefit Concert for the National Black Writers ...
(Published: March 20, 2011) [read more]

Michele Rosewoman Trio Performs at Brooklyn College, March 31, 2011
On Thursday, March 31, 2011, pianist, composer and bandleader Michele Rosewoman presents her trio, featuring Brad Jones on bass and Gene Jackson on drums, in a concert at Brooklyn College. The event, entitled After Silence: The Art of Improvisation, will be recorded for broadcast on CUNY TV ...
(Published: March 20, 2011) [read more]

Michaux captures Marvin Gaye's breathtaking emotional depth on new CD
(Austin, Texas) Written by Robert Sutton. The late Marvin Gaye was the Mount Olympus of soul. Reaching that summit is an impossible task. Many have tried, only to embarrassingly stumble. However, Michaux was able to defeat the odds. On What's Going On...Still..., Michaux covers the five ...
(Published: March 20, 2011) [read more]

New York, NY, March 19, 2011 - Jambalaya Brass Band will be performing live in a New Orleans style funeral/parade at the Jazz Funeral and Second Line Parade for Coney Island on Sunday, April 3, 2011 from 2:00 to 3:00 PM. The parade will assemble at Surf Avenue and West 12th Street at Coney Island. ...
(Published: March 19, 2011) [read more]

New album from Germany-based jazz guitarist Martin Schulte is a thrilling experience
(Cologne, Germany) Written by Robert Sutton. It begins with a lone playful sax, almost like whistling in the dark. Then a throbbing bass gradually creeps in as shuffling drums heighten the tension. As soon as Martin Schulte starts jamming on his guitar, we're off to the races. The track is ...
(Published: March 17, 2011) [read more]

Matthew Shipp and William Parker Play Together at BAsics Event
"On the Occasion of the Publication of BAsics: A Celebration of Revolution and the Vision of a New World" Monday, April 11, 7pm Harlem Stage at Aaron Davis Hall, on the campus of the City College of New York 150 Convent Avenue @ 135th Street #1 trains to 137th Street and Broadway; or by bus: ...
(Published: March 17, 2011) [read more]

Latest album from New York-based entertainer Shell Zimet No. 1 for 26 weeks on jazz charts
(New York, NY) Written by Robert Sutton. It's not lonely at the top; just ask Shell Zimet. The New York-based entertainer has been No. 1 for 26 weeks on the Roots Music Report's Internet Radio Airplay Chart for jazz with his new album Now and Forever. To those who have heard the record, ...
(Published: March 17, 2011) [read more]

For Immediate Release: THE COOKERS Release CAST THE FIRST STONE (Plus Loin), Hard-Hitting Follow-Up to Acclaimed WARRIORS On April 12, 2011 The Cookers CD Release Celebration May 14 & 15 @ The Iridium, NYC! www.iridiumjazzclub.com Cast The First Stone Features: Billy ...
(Published: March 16, 2011) [read more]

Dewey Syntax's new album is an ethereal one-man lightshow
(Denver, CO) Written by Robert Sutton. Eric Dewey is building roads on his new album, Lark the Ivy On. Their location? Somewhere between the imagination and the Milky Way. Like a number of progressive-rock acts of the early ‘70s, Dewey looks to the stars for inspiration. Naming his one-man ...
(Published: March 16, 2011) [read more]

Chicago's Come Sunday Mixes Gospel & Jazz on Debut CD "Crosscurrents"
The Chicago septet Come Sunday melds jazz form and gospel tradition on their striking debut CD Crosscurrents, due for release May 3. Taking their name and inspiration from Duke Ellington's groundbreaking 1958 collaboration with gospel queen Mahalia Jackson, Come Sunday reinterprets time-honored ...
(Published: March 16, 2011) [read more]

René Marie signs with Motéma Music
Deal calls for double release in 2011. René Marie, the award-winning singer whose signature style incorporates elements of jazz, soul, blues and gospel, has signed an exclusive recording deal to release a pair of albums with the acclaimed jazz/world/soul label Motéma Music. ...
(Published: March 15, 2011) [read more]

Trio Mediaeval new release and tour
Trio Mediaeval is back with a new album of sacred music 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: March 15, 2011) [read more]

BROOKLYN JAZZ UNDERGROUND RECORDS To Release SO FAR The Debut Recording From Guitarist/Composer NADAV REMEZ
For Immediate Release:     BROOKLYN JAZZ UNDERGROUND RECORDS To Release SO FAR The Debut Recording From Guitarist/Composer NADAV REMEZ (Available April 26 at www.BJURecords.com and www.nadavremez.com)     SO FAR features: Nadav Remez (guitar, compositions) Shai Maestro (piano, ...
(Published: March 15, 2011) [read more]

NAPERVILLE, IL - The 23rd annual Janice Borla Vocal Jazz Camp and "Hot Jazz - 6 Cool Nites" concert series will be presented at North Central College July 16-22, 2011. The overlapping events are jointly sponsored by the College's Jazz Studies Program. The Janice Borla Vocal Jazz Camp, ...
(Published: March 15, 2011) [read more]

Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica CD Release: The Unforgettable Sounds of Esquivel
Friday, 18th March, 2011 Le Poisson Rouge, NYC The first-ever big-band recording recreating Juan Garcia Esquivel's long-lost arrangements, The Unforgettable Sounds of Esquivel is already earning wide acclaim including a Starbucks licensing deal and great reviews. Featuring 23 musicians ...
(Published: March 14, 2011) [read more]

Bill Frisell Trio Makes Music-and-Movie Magic in Two Shows at UCLA Live's Royce Hall April 2
Featuring live jazz scores set to Buster Keaton films, eclectic animation and experimental visuals, Adventurous jazz guitarist and composer Bill Frisell and his bandmates Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen bring two compelling sets of music and film to the Royce Hall stage Saturday April 2-in an ...
(Published: March 14, 2011) [read more]

Progressive rock and jazz collide with breathtaking urgency on Tyson Graf's new CD
(Sacramento, CA) Written by Robert Sutton. Weapon of mass destruction noun: Tyson Graf's guitar. Graf is a gunslinger of a different sort, one in the tradition of Joe Satriani and Steve Vai. As FM radio playlists tightened in the past two decades, the rock instrumentalist became virtually ...
(Published: March 14, 2011) [read more]

This Week @ THE CORNELIA STREET CAFE March 14-21, 2011 , plus April & May highlights!
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 - The NYC Jazz Record (formerly known as All About Jazz New York) This Week @ ...
(Published: March 14, 2011) [read more]

Evolving Music/Evolving Voice
Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center 107 Suffolk Street, NY, NY, 10002 Monday, APRIL 11, 2011 7PM - Fay Victor/Dominic Lash DUO 8PM - Jay Clayton/Theo Bleckmann - DUO 9PM - Charles Gayle's Forgiveness Charles Gayle (tenor sax), Francois Grillot (bass), Michael Wimberly ...
(Published: March 11, 2011) [read more]

Evolving Music/Evolving Voice
Monday April 4th, 2011 7PM - Jason Stein Quartet Jason Stein-bass clarinet Andrew D'Angelo-alto saxophone, bass clarinet Matt Pavolka-bass Mike Pride-drums 8PM - Ras Moshe Ras Moshe (sax), Kyoko Kitamura (voice), Andrew Drury (drums), Shayna Dulberger (bass) and Anders Nilsson ...
(Published: March 11, 2011) [read more]

Joe's Pub, NYC Presents - Vanessa Rubin: Yesterdays - An Evening with Billie Holiday
"Vanessa Rubin is one of the most gifted jazz vocalists of her generation" -Washington Post "Vanessa Rubin brings honesty, vulnerability and musicality to the table. She slides into pitches with impeccable precision, playing her way around a melody and rhythm so that the feeling of the song is ...
(Published: March 10, 2011) [read more]

San Jose, Calif., -- It's that time of year, yep, Enter Music Publishing's Annual Drummies Awards/Poll programs is now officially open for voting. Having gained respect from the drum/music industry as the most comprehensive Award/Polling events, d
San Jose, Calif., -- It's that time of year, yep, Enter Music Publishing's Annual Drummies Awards/Poll programs is now officially open for voting. Having gained respect from the drum/music industry as the most comprehensive Award/Polling events, drummers, fans and anybody else interested ...
(Published: March 10, 2011) [read more]

Back to the Future: Two Generations of Film and Video Game Composers, with Grammy Winner and Oscar Nominee Alan Silvestri, Perform at Symphony Hall, April 1
BOSTON, March 7, 2011 -- The Berklee College of Music Film Scoring Department presents an evening of music from popular movies and video games, Back to the Future: Two Generations of Film and Video Game Composers. Familiar scores from Forrest Gump, Lord of the Rings, The Simpsons, and Back to the ...
(Published: March 10, 2011) [read more]

Boston-based jazz vocalist Keiko Ito has soaring voice on new EP
(Boston, MA) Written by Robert Sutton. It's fitting that the coffeehouse jazz of Keiko Ito is lighter than air. After all, how else could you complement a voice that soars through the skies? Ito's vocals, glowing with the youthful innocence and emotional warmth of Karen Carpenter, are ...
(Published: March 09, 2011) [read more]

Terence Blanchard named Artistic Director of the Henry Mancini Institute at the UM Frost School of Music
Coral Gables, FL (March 7, 2011) - Five time Grammy Award winning jazz trumpeter and film composer Terence Blanchard was named Artistic Director of the Henry Mancini Institute (HMI), a prestigious program at the University of Miami Frost School of Music that is training a new generation of ...
(Published: March 09, 2011) [read more]

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