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Shamie Royston Trio Plus
The enchanting and sultry style of pianist/composer Shamie Royston will be performing compositions from her well-received CD Portraits along with songs from herlatest project scheduled for release in 2015. Shamie along with bassist Marcos Varela, drummer Jerome Jennings, and trumpeter Arnetta ...
(Published: July 08, 2014) [read more]

Rick Braun dances to the top of the Billboard chart
The jazz-funk trumpeter's "Can You Feel It" album hits the streets as the rapidly rising "Get Up And Dance" is ready to sashay off with the No. 1 singles crown. Sherman Oaks, Calif. (8 July 2014): Back with his first contemporary jazz foray in five years, trumpeter Rick Braun appears to be ...
(Published: July 08, 2014) [read more]

Saxophonist Will Perform on East and West Coasts from July through September Reno-based saxophonist Peter Epstein, whose new Songlines CD, Polarities, has garnered such strong reviews as "it's music of a higher order that's filled with endless surprises...expanding and contracting in ...
(Published: July 08, 2014) [read more]

Interview with Norm Drubner: From Mark Snow to Singing Career
Q: Have you always wanted to be a jazz vocalist. When did the interest begin. A: No. Approximately 3 1/2 years ago I was riding in a car with Mark Snow, who is a well-known composer for movies and TV shows (at present he writes the music for Blue Bloods and Elementary, both on CBS). At the time ...
(Published: July 08, 2014) [read more]

August brings another great jazz festival to the summer season... WHERE RIVERS MEET SUMMER JAZZ FESTIVAL on the South Lawn of North Carolina's historic Tryon Palace Headlining this new outdoor festival is Gregory Porter, the 2014 Grammy Winner for Best Jazz Vocal Album, and DOWNBEAT ...
(Published: July 07, 2014) [read more]

DISSIDENT ARTS FESTIVAL 2014: Revolutionary Free Jazz and New Sounds
New York, NY: The 9th annual Dissident Arts Festival, a celebration of revolutionary Free Jazz, New Music, World Sounds and radical Poetry, Performance Art and Film, moves uptown to the celebrated cultural space El Taller Latino Americano as it celebrates its 35th anniversary. The Dissident ...
(Published: July 07, 2014) [read more]

The best music is that which reaches beyond its original genre. It can move people deeply, even when the composer and listener are separated by oceans. Such a work is the latest release by Marlow Rosado, "Salsanimal." With over two decades' experience in the music industry, Grammy-winning ...
(Published: July 07, 2014) [read more]

Willie Colon at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts presents by special request of the salseros, the return to "La Casa de la Salsa" of the Bronx-bornSalsa icon -- WILLIE COLÓN for an exclusive performance on Saturday, August 16th, 2014 at 8pm. Renowned singer, trombonist, composer, producer, actor, director, ...
(Published: July 06, 2014) [read more]

Antoinette Montague Quartet at Harlem Brunch
The Renaissance Jazz Brunch is pleased to feature a special performance by the Antoinette Montague Quartet. Whether she's belting out a blues number or whispering a gentle love song, Montague has become known for her evocative interpretive powers and technical prowess. She is a jazz singer ...
(Published: July 05, 2014) [read more]

Jazz Series at the Turning Point, Piermont NY-July schedule
The ongoing Jazz series at the Turning Point began in 2007 and features many great jazz artists from the NYC area as well as weekly Monday open jazz sessions. The 2013-14 season ends with July. The 2014-15 season will resume after Labor Day. JAZZ at the Turning Point Cafe Piermont, ...
(Published: July 05, 2014) [read more]

JazzMain creates a Sound for Sore Ears
Scottish-based quartet JazzMain, has released its debut CD "A Sound for Sore Ears" having waited almost 18 months since they first entered the studio, such was the band's intense attention to detail in selecting the most appropriate tunes from their vast repertoire of standards and ...
(Published: July 03, 2014) [read more]

Laurie Antonioli Sings the Music of Joni Mitchell on Her New CD, "Songs of Shadow, Songs of Light," Due August 19
Vocalist Laurie Antonioli delivers the most personal and soul-baring statement of her esteemed career with the release, on August 19, of Songs of Shadow, Songs of Light: The Music of Joni Mitchell. The CD, her first for the Origin label, finds the acclaimed Bay Area jazz singer returning with ...
(Published: July 02, 2014) [read more]

KCC Productions presents Troy Roberts Nu-Jive 5
Zinc Bar, 82 West 3rd St, Greenwich Village July 8, sets at 8 and 10 pm $15 table, $10 bar The Music of Troy Roberts' Nu-Jive is kind of an eclectic concoction of soul, funk, R&B, Latin, gospel, Indian classical music, and even glimpses of the 19th century romantic period - all musically ...
(Published: July 01, 2014) [read more]

SummerStage Seeks Fans to Help Curate Artists to Play 30th Anniversary Season
SummerStage Seeks Fans to Help Curate Artists to Play 30th Anniversary Season With WeDemand Platform Audiences can Make Their Voices Heard City Parks Foundation's SummerStage performing arts festival is looking for fans to help curate the upcoming 30th anniversary season in 2015. ...
(Published: July 01, 2014) [read more]

Horace Silver Memorial July 7
Date: Monday, July 7, 2014 Location: St. Augustine of Hippo, Episcopal Church, 290 Henry Street New York, NY 10002 Time: 7:00pm Attire: casual wear *Please do not send flowers to the church. If you would like to make a donation please send it to: The Horace Silver ...
(Published: June 30, 2014) [read more]

Joe Jackson gtrst. Vinnie Zummo, Terry Silverlight, & Frank Gravis
VINNIE ZUMMO-TERRY SILVERLIGHT- FRANK GRAVIS at The Bitter End July 15th one show at 10:30!!! This will be high energy instrumental music that I don't get to do very often. Should be fun!. The three of us have wanted to do this for a long time and we are finally making it happen. Hoping ...
(Published: June 30, 2014) [read more]

Bay Area Vocalist Sherie Julianne to Release Debut CD "10 Degrees South" July 29
Sherie Julianne's path to singing Brazilian music took many unexpected turns -- from a musical childhood in Miami to studying and teaching dance in San Francisco to working over the last decade with her mentor Marcos Silva at the Jazzschool in Berkeley. Silva, a native of Rio de Janeiro, is ...
(Published: June 27, 2014) [read more]

Angel City Jazz Fest - Sept 19-28
The Angel City Jazz Festival has its 2014 lineup, and in a sense the annual celebration of improvisation has gone back to where it started. Presented by the Jazz Bakery and co-produced by Angel City Arts, this year's bill remains no less forward-looking in its lineup, which stretches across ...
(Published: June 26, 2014) [read more]

An Open Letter To Rebecca Martin / Down Beat and Critical Secrets/By Brent Black
An Open Letter To Rebecca Martin / Down Beat and Critical Secrets. Ms. Martin, I respect your talent and your passion. I have little time for an artist that will take to facebook to universally trash critics as "stupid" and ask the assine musical question "Do they even listen to good ...
(Published: June 26, 2014) [read more]

ArtistWorks Online Jazz Guitar School with Chuck Loeb Inspires Jazz Players with a Sadwosky Guitar Giveaway
Jazz Guitarists Everywhere Have a Chance to Win a Brand New $4,375 Sadowsky L-17 Guitar To help celebrate the launch of their newest online video exchange™ school taught by Grammy® Award-nominated jazz guitarist Chuck Loeb, ArtistWorks is giving away one of George Sadowsky's signature ...
(Published: June 26, 2014) [read more]

ArtistWorks and Mandolin Cafe Present “Mando Magic with Mike,” a Live Online Workshop with Master Mandolinist Mike Marshall
This live streaming workshop combines discussion performance, demonstration and online learning ArtistWorks, the leading provider of interactive online music lessons, has teamed up with Mandolin Cafe to present a rare, live online workshop with world-renowned mandolin player, and ArtistWorks ...
(Published: June 26, 2014) [read more]

Celebrated Rock and Soul Singer Ivan Neville Serenades Beautiful Women on the Streets of New Orleans, as The Young Presidents Showcase The Big Easy in Joyful Music Video for ‘Time’
Celebrated Rock and Soul Singer Ivan Neville Serenades Beautiful Women on the Streets of New Orleans, as The Young Presidents Showcase The Big Easy in Joyful Music Video for ‘Time' TYP's Mitch Kaneff and Jake Hertzog Feature Neville in Their Whirlwind 12-Hour Video Shoot, and ...
(Published: June 26, 2014) [read more]

NY Jazz Workshops Summer Courses
Intensive Workshops in New York City for Jazz Musicians of all Levels For jazz musicians around the world, summer is the time to take their playing to the next level! Located in the world capital of jazz, the New York Jazz Workshop School of Music (NYJW) will again offer focused four-day workshops ...
(Published: June 25, 2014) [read more]

Drummer Otis Brown III - an invaluable sideman with the likes of Esperanza Spalding, Joe Lovano, Terence Blanchard, Oliver Lake, Somi, and others - has announced the release of his debut album The Thought of You, which will arrive August 26 via Revive/Blue Note, a new partnership between Revive ...
(Published: June 25, 2014) [read more]

NEA Announces Lifetime Honors Recipients $25,000 fellowships awarded to 13 master artists and advocates in folk & traditional arts and jazz
NEA Chairman Jane Chu announced today the latest recipients of the NEA National Heritage Fellowships and NEA Jazz Masters awards, the nation's highest honors in the folk and traditional arts and jazz fields. These artists, musicians, culture bearers, and advocates have dedicated their lives to ...
(Published: June 25, 2014) [read more]

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