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The responsibility of an artist is relative. There are those who create that feel that their works of art is a product of experimentation and keep reading »

Theo Croker is set to hit Nublu 151 next Thursday, May 25. Backing Croker as he tears the Nublu stage that evening are Kassa Overall keep reading »

Join heralded trumpeter Theo Croker as he performs back-to-back evenings at Harlem’s Ginny’s Supper Club on May 5th and May 6th. Croker is slated to keep reading »

Armed with one of the baddest configurations of horn players and percussionist from New Orleans, Grammy-nominated Hot 8 Brass Band is back with their fifth keep reading »

Recently, Michelle Mercer’s article in NPR, “Sexism From Two Leading Jazz Artists Draws Anger—And Presents An Opportunity,” highlighted longstanding issues in jazz as a male-dominated keep reading »

Join Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dianne Reeves, Esperanza Spalding, and musical director Terri Lyne Carrington as they celebrate the life, music and legacy of Abbey Lincoln. Presented in collaboration with the Kennedy Center, keep reading »

  If you’ve missed the last two Mobetta Tuesdays at the Jazz Standard then head over next Tuesday and the following Tuesday to catch trumpeter, keep reading »

The Art of Cool Festival and Revive Music join forces to present the best jazz-influenced artists today.  Called the “Coachella of Jazz,” Art of Cool’s mission keep reading »

Released on March 24, Maurice “Mobetta” Brown‘s latest full-length album The Mood showcases the trumpeter, producer, composer, and emcee flexing his muscles in an 11-track keep reading »

GRAMMY Award-winning pianist, producer, and composer Robert Glasper wears yet another hat as the creative and musical director for The Apollo Theater Presents AFROPUNK’s Unapologetically keep reading »