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Jazzmeia Horn Warms Longwood Gardens on A Cold November Evening

From The Review Concert Review: Jazzmeia Horn Warms Longwood Gardens on A Cold November Evening By: MARIANNE GUNTHER “Jazzmeia Horn lives up to her beautiful name, and what a sweet and powerful instrument she possesses. At Longwood Gardens on Saturday evening, Jazzmeia Horn’s star shined bright among the grand constellation of great women jazz singers who have come before her. The accomplished 28-year-old singer, composer and bandleader confidently took the stage at the ballroom at Longwood Gardens, joined by Jeremy ‘Beans’ Clemons on drums, Tadataka Unno on piano, and Rashaan Carter on upright bass. Wearing a beautiful form-fitting, navy blue and white checkered dress, with an elegant slit up the side, and a matching African-styled head wrap, Horn took command of her quartet and opened with ‘Free Your Mind,’ from her recent album titled Love and Liberation.” “Click here to read more”: Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 12th, 2019 in IMN / Industry News


Felix Contreras reviews Roberto Fonseca’s “Cadenas” for Weekend Edition

From NPR ‘Alt.Latino’ Playlist Heard on Weekend Edition Sunday “OK. This is pianist Roberto Fonseca. He’s originally from Cuba. And we featured him two weeks ago on the playlist. This is a track from his new album. It has lots... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 10th, 2019 in News


Terri Lyne Carrington & Social Science Releases “Waiting Game”

“GRAMMY® Award-winning drummer, producer, educator, activist and 2019 Doris Duke Award recipient Terri Lyne Carrington debuts new band Social Science, to boldly confront social justice issues with the eclectic collaborative double album, Waiting Game, due out November 8 on Motéma... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 8th, 2019 in News


Dayme Arocena featured on the cover of the December issue...

From Songline SONGLINES #153 OUT NOW “The December issue (#153) issue of Songlines is now on sale. The cover feature artist this issue is the powerhouse singer from Cuba, Daymé Arocena. Other features include an interview with Macha, bandleader of... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 5th, 2019 in News


Kathy Mattea to present at CMA

See the full list of performers and presenters here Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 5th, 2019 in News


Listen to The Bad Plus Live from Scullers on WGBH

From WGBH The Bad Plus – Live from Scullers “The Bad Plus premiere music from their new collection Activate Infinity for this installment of Live from Scullers Jazz Club Friday, October 25, 2019.” Click here to read more Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 4th, 2019 in News


Listen to Quiana Lynell on WBGO’s Take Three

From WBGO Take Three: Three Different Styles of Jazz Vocalists, on Jazz Night in America By: NATE CHINEN & CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON “No jazz instrument is more personal ‘” or relatable ‘” than the human voice. Jazz singers come in every... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 1st, 2019 in News


Bria Skonberg Releases “Nothing Never Happens”

Skonberg Offer Gritty Originals and Covers by Queen, The Beatles, and Duke Ellington Whether it’s the hassles and hurdles that arise for a musician touring the world, the run-of-the-mill mishaps that inevitably disrupt daily life, or the barrage of bad... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 1st, 2019 in News


Danilo Pérez to be Featured on New Kurt Elling Album

From https://editionrecords.com/ Kurt Elling signs to Edition for new album featuring Danilo Pérez. By: DAVE STAPLETON “American vocalist, lyricist, and songwriter Kurt Elling has signed to Edition for his new album featuring acclaimed Panamanian pianist and composer Danilo Pérez. Renowned... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 1st, 2019 in News


Kandace Springs Interview with the Chicago Tribune

From Chicago Tribune Blue Note Records marks 80th birthday with concert By: ANNIE ALLEMAN “Kandace Springs is honored to be a part of the Blue Note record label’s 80th-anniversary celebration. ‘We’re all a family and ‘¦ it’s such a legendary... Read The Full Article

Posted Oct 30th, 2019 in News


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