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The world famous birth place of bebop, Minton’s Harlem launches two new series Minton’s Redux and Harlem After Dark happening every Wednesday night with May’s line keep reading »

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Continuing this Thursday, April 24th, you can hear vocalist Somi for the second installment of Night Spring at Joe’s Pub. Accompanying the singer will be Toru Dodo (keys), Nir Felder (guitar), Otis keep reading »

Trumpeter John Raymond is hitting the legendary Blue Note stage for the club’s Late Night Groove Series this Friday, April 18th. Raymond’s upcoming performance comes keep reading »

On March 31st at Zinc Bar, catch Revive Big Band LIVE before they hit the road! NYC fans will have a chance– right here in town– keep reading »

On March 18th, Cuban American pianist and composer Fabian Almazan released his latest album, Rhizome, through Blue Note/Artist Share– the internet’s first fan-funding platform that keep reading »

On April 4th and 5th, iconic South African flugelhornist, trumpeter, bandleader, composer, and activist Hugh Masekela will present a retrospective extravaganza at Jazz at Lincoln Center keep reading »

New York-based bassist/producer Lex Sadler presents his debut project, Rhythm & Stealth, at Blue Note Jazz Club on Friday, April 4, 2014. Lex has toured the world keep reading »

On March 29th, multi-talented bassist, vocalist, and composer Mimi Jones will perform with her band featuring Luis Perdomo (Piano), Camille Thurman (Sax), Raynel Frazier (Trombone), Igmar keep reading »

The incomparable Geri Allen, esteemed composer and pianist, will be at Harlem Stage when she explores the continuity and influences of Mary Lou Williams– from keep reading »

Nir Felder has quickly become one of the most in-demand guitarists in New York City and, with his recent album release, Golden Age  (Sony/OKeh), he’s made keep reading »

Exclusively for our readers! Receive a 25% discount using code REVIVE (Click on link) for 2012 NEA Jazz Master Jack DeJohnette at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s keep reading »