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Uptown Nights: Brianna Thomas and Fa-La-La-La Funk! - Harlem Stage
Brianna Thomas and her band Fa-La-La-La Funk! will bring the funk to classic holiday tunes we know and love with her blend of jazz, R&B, and gospel. The concert will be peppered with songs from Brianna's eagerly anticipated sophomore album Everybody Knows. Joining her on this holiday ...
(Published: December 11, 2019) [read more]

Juana Luna delivers vibrant Latin jazz on "Ocean Avenue"
Juana Luna is a talented vocalist with a passion for vibrant Latin jazz. Her stunning vocal performances on Ocean Avenue are particularly distinctive because she embraces rhythm and melody in her singing, almost enhancing the band's rhythmic patterns as opposed to only singing on top of the ...
(Published: December 05, 2019) [read more]

UPTOWN NIGHTS AND CARNEGIE HALL CITYWIDE: THE BAYLOR PROJECT AT HARLEM STAGE
Public support for this concert is provided by New York City Council Member Keith Powers Lead support for Carnegie Hall Citywide is provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation Additional support is provided by the A. L. and Jennie L. Lucia Foundation When The Baylor Project performs, ...
(Published: December 05, 2019) [read more]

Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, 47th Christmas Concert
The Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, led by founder and music director Mark Harvey, will present the band's 47th Annual Christmas Concert on December 14, 2019 at 7:30 pm, at Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116. Tickets are $20 at the door. For information: 617-776-8778. The concert ...
(Published: December 03, 2019) [read more]

Celebrate Christmas with King of Salsa WILLIE COLON & Orchestra @ Lehman Center, 12/14
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts and GOYA FOODS is proud to presents the return to "La Casa De La Salsa" the Legendary Son of the Bronx, WILLIE COLÓN and his ORCHESTRA for a special concert full of Christmas songs to celebrate El Espiritu de La Navidad on Saturday, December 14th, 2019 at 8pm. ...
(Published: December 01, 2019) [read more]

Interview: Jorge Variego of Domino Ensemble
Q: What initially sparked your interest in music and how old were you? A: Many, many years ago, when I was 11 or 12 years old, I wanted to play the saxophone because it was extremely shiny J but in the music school where I went there wasn't a saxophone teacher so I got stuck with the ...
(Published: November 28, 2019) [read more]

Chairman Bao takes jazz to next level on new EP
Chairman Bao takes jazz music to the next level; that is the first thing that will come into your mind once you start listening to his new EP wittingly entitled, Jazz Ambigrams. This record consists of six individual tracks that are unique but seemingly are parts of a single entity all at the ...
(Published: November 25, 2019) [read more]

Acclaimed Jazz Pianist Michael Wolff Sets Exuberant ‘Bounce' for February 7th - Eminently Listenable, Joyful Album Follows Wolff's Miraculous Recovery from Aggressive Cancer
For Immediate Release November 21, 2019    Acclaimed Jazz Pianist Michael Wolff Sets Exuberant ‘Bounce' for February 7th - Eminently Listenable, Joyful Album Follows Wolff's Miraculous Recovery from Aggressive Cancer Acclaimed jazz pianist Michael Wolff has ...
(Published: November 22, 2019) [read more]

Book Review by Larry Reni Thomas: Jazz and Justice; Racism and the Political Economy of the Music.
Jazz and Justice: Racism and the Political Economy of the Music by Gerald Horne, an eminent scholar and a well-known, well-appreciated historian, is an excellent, easy-to-read, well-researched, highly-recommended book whose main theme, lesson and message is that gangsterism pays, especially if you ...
(Published: November 21, 2019) [read more]

Singer Neshama Carlebach Sets First Tour in Years, with Performances Confirmed Through May 2020; Tablet Magazine Interviews Carlebach and Rabbi Angela Buchdahl for Redemptive ‘Unorthodox' Segment
For Immediate Release November 19, 2019 Singer Neshama Carlebach Sets First Tour in Years, with Performances Confirmed Through May 2020 Tablet Magazine Interviews Carlebach and Rabbi Angela Buchdahl for Redemptive ‘Unorthodox' Segment "Neshama...believes in hope, love and the ...
(Published: November 20, 2019) [read more]

GRAMMY® NOMINATED RECORDING ARTIST RAUL MIDÓN RECEIVES FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC'S DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD DURING HOMECOMING WEEK PERFORMANCE NOVEMBER 7, 2019
(Coral Gables, FL) Dean Shelly Berg surprised alumni Raul Midón at his Frost Music Live performance Thursday, November 7, 2019 with the schools most prestigious honor, the  2019 Distinguished Alumni Award.  Midon, (B.M. '90), returned to perform  in celebration of University of Miami's ...
(Published: November 19, 2019) [read more]

Laion Roberto explores wildly different guitar styles on new release
Laion Roberto's music is all about capturing the true essence of composition, with a focus on creating instrumental rock-inspired songs with the guitar at the forefront of the music. The artist just released a killer new record titled A Taste for Mojo The album features five tracks, and the ...
(Published: November 15, 2019) [read more]

Guitarist Lawson Rollins returns with the familiar yet noticeably different "True North"
His tenth album drops January 17 preceded by the single, "Bluewave Bossanova." SAN FRANCISCO (13 November 2019): Lawson Rollins' recordings have always possessed a grand sense of travel, exoticism and adventure, narrated by the global guitarist's prodigious and alacritous classical ...
(Published: November 14, 2019) [read more]

RareNoiseRecords Presents a New Release by SONAR with Avant-Guitarist Legend DAVID TORN, Tranceportation (Volume 1)
Swiss band Sonar announces Tranceportation (Volume 1), their fifth studio album and the second by them to feature American avant-guitarist legend, David Torn. "Had MC Escher made music instead of drawing impossible and perplexing perspectives, it would sound like Sonar" is how writer Sid Smith ...
(Published: November 13, 2019) [read more]

Munyungo Jackson Release's New Debut CD Morning Sun
Los Angeles, CA September 20th 2019 - Los Angeles CA born and raised Munyungo Jackson has produced Morning Sun a transcending 15 tune set bound to be a favorite for all lovers of great music! Born into a musical and creative surroundings his parents, Arthur Jackson Jr. & Genie Jackson, both ...
(Published: November 11, 2019) [read more]

NYC Readers Jazz Awards At Birdland Theater, November 24
VOTES ARE IN for the 6th New York City Readers Jazz Awards Presented by Hot House Magazine and Jazzmobile at Birdland Jazz Club on November 24th, 2019 at 4PM Celebrating 55 Years of Jazzmobile, 37 Years of Hot House Mark Ruffin, Host of Real Jazz on Sirius XM will be honored and Cobi ...
(Published: November 09, 2019) [read more]

City College Center for the Arts Presents Emeline Michel's 'Black Pearls' Concert
Music lovers will have the chance to hear the work of a titan of world music as City College Center for the Arts presents "Emeline Michel's Black Pearls," a special one-night-only concert on Friday, November 15. An acclaimed artist and an icon of Haitian music, Emeline Michel has brought the ...
(Published: November 08, 2019) [read more]

Brian Culbertson's 2020 vision: Drop his 20th album, "XX," and launch The XX Tour
Tickets go on sale next week for the three-month US concert trek that begins April 1. CHICAGO (7 November 2019): As chart-topping multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer Brian Culbertson crafts his 20th album, the aptly titled "XX" - Roman numerals representing twenty - he revealed plans ...
(Published: November 07, 2019) [read more]

Interview: Chairman Bao
Hong Kong-based Chairman Bao has just released a compellingly brilliant EP, Jazz Ambigrams. Q: What initially sparked your interest in music and how old were you? A: What really got me interested was old school hip hop and as a Chinese kid growing up in Hong Kong at the time, it was a bit of ...
(Published: November 06, 2019) [read more]

Best Latin Jazz Album Grammy Winner Dafnis Prieto's Return to Native Cuba to Perform After 20 Year Absence Is Documented in Short Film by Emmy nominated filmmaker Saleem Rieshamwala
Dafnis Prieto, Frost School of Music professor, MacArthur Fellow, Grammy and Latin Grammy award winner, recently returned to his native Cuba, to perform his music for the first time in 20 years. Emmy-nominated filmmaker Saleem Reshamwala (KidEthnic) joined to document this historic and emotional ...
(Published: November 05, 2019) [read more]

The Saul Cosme Quintet releases an exciting portrait of their live show
The Saul Cosme Quintet is a jazz combo with a distinctive approach and some incredible retro aesthetics to their performance. Recently, they released a brand new album, which stands out as an honest and exciting portrait of the group's live work. The release is aptly titled Saul Cosme ...
(Published: November 03, 2019) [read more]

Metrofern create bright rhythm-driven jazz and funk on new album
Metrofern is a band with a focus on creating bright, rhythm-driven music that's inspired by some of the best jazz and funk out there. Their sound is pleasantly modern, yet it also has a fun retro feel, tipping the hat off to groups such as Vulfpeck or Big Mean Sound Machine, just to name a ...
(Published: November 01, 2019) [read more]

Alejo Borrero's passion for Latin jazz is warm and exciting on new release
Alejo Borrero is an artist and performer with a passion for great Latin music, with some Bolero influences. Recently, he put out a new album named Mis Sentimientos. The album sets the bar higher in terms of production quality and excellent tonal variety, with 12 amazing songs that explore ...
(Published: November 01, 2019) [read more]

The origins of Alan Goldberg's hybrid of jazz fusion and prog rock
Balancing the distance between jazz fusion and progressive rock, Alan Goldberg has just released a compelling new album, Passion No Distraction. Q: What initially sparked your interest in music and how old were you? A: My mom used to always tell the story about when I was about 8 years old, ...
(Published: October 31, 2019) [read more]

New York folk-jazz artist Charlie Rauh discusses musical roots
New York-based guitarist/composer Charlie Rauh has just released a gorgeously crafted new acoustic album, Hiraeth. Q: What are the earliest memories of music you can recall? A: The earliest memories of music I can remember are people singing in church, and my mother humming around my ...
(Published: October 30, 2019) [read more]


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