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Israeli born saxophonist Jonathan Greenstein has a unique and exciting take on what it means to be a modern saxophonist. He has studied with contemporary keep reading »

The art of being a sideman is a long honored tradition in this idiom’s history. Very rarely does someone ever come out of the woods keep reading »

Bruce Lundvall, Blue Note Record’s former President, passed away on May 19. He was 79 years old.   Billboard reports that Mr. Lundvall had been keep reading »

Any fan of contemporary improvisational music is familiar with the groundbreaking work Robert Glasper has done. Whether with his trio or The Experiment, his much imitated keep reading »

Not only does legendary artist and saxophonist Wayne Shorter push boundaries musically, as he shares his thoughts he takes anyone around him on an intellectual keep reading »

Most people who move to New York can vividly recall the first day they came to this great city. While the stories usually have some keep reading »

Marquis Hill is back on the scene with his latest video for “Love My Life” feat. Chi-Town-based emcee, Legend Mane. Hill’s newest single is a keep reading »

Blues guitarist and legend B.B. King passed away yesterday at 9:40 p.m. PDT at his Las Vegas home. Brent Bryson, the late guitarist’s attorney, confirmed keep reading »

Oliver Lake is almost peerless in terms of his voice on the saxophone but also in terms of his output as a creative person. Whether he’s keep reading »

Louis Armstrong has had one of the biggest influences on contemporary music in the history of American musicians. Armstrong’s inimitable style influenced countless instrumentalists and keep reading »