Concerts

Terence Blanchard Quintet Live at the Jazz Standard featured concert

Terence Blanchard will be performing at the Jazz Standard from October 1st through October 5th. Blanchard will be backed by Brice Winston (sax), Fabian Almazan (piano), Justin Brown keep reading »

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We are proud to announce the album release party of The Thought Of You, Otis Brown III‘s debut album via Revive/Blue Note at BB King’s on Monday, October keep reading »

New York-based producer/bassist Lex Sadler’s Rhythm & Stealth will be hitting Blue Note Jazz Club on Saturday, September 20th. Sadler has shared the stage with artists like Blitz the keep reading »

Revive is proud to introduce our newly relaunched Evolution Session featuring a host of distinguished and incomparable musicians leading the scene. Our September line up keep reading »

Join us as we celebrate the release of the legendary Souls of Mischief’s sixth album, There Is Only Now at Le Poisson Rouge on Thursday, August 28th. Joining the keep reading »

Mad Satta will be ending the last of their three summer shows in New York by rocking Blue Note’s Late Night Groove Series on Saturday keep reading »

Saxophonist Mario Castro will be holding the album release party for his newest record, Estrella De Mar. Castro’s quintet will also be back by a string keep reading »

GIZMO recently announced his full U.S. tour dates and will be stopping by New York for a special performance with BIGYUKI and special guest Casey Benjamin keep reading »

 Revive Big Band will celebrating 75 Years of Blue Note Records & 15 Years of Okayplayer at Central Park’s SummerStage with Grammy Winning artist, Gregory Porter keep reading »

Revive Music is proud to be curating and co-presenting alongside Jazz at Lincoln Center to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown LP. keep reading »

Chris Turner is set to hit Lower East Side’s Rockwood Music Hall this coming Monday, July 14th. Turner has performed and/or recorded with artists like Bilal, Kris Bowers, keep reading »