Louis Cato featured concert

Last month, we featured a video that showcased the wildly-talented Louis Cato, who has carved a career out of his multi-instrumental mastery. Cato can currently keep reading »

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British/Nigerian bass virtuoso and composer Michael Olatuja has been applauded by audiences worldwide for his artful amalgamation of sound and culture. This August, Olatuja will keep reading »

With “a singular voice that taps all the cultures from which it is born” (BBC), British/Nigerian bass virtuoso and composer Michael Olatuja has been applauded by audiences worldwide for keep reading »

Fresh off their wild success at DC JazzFest, Igmar Thomas and the Revive Big Band are back and ready for more. This time, catch the keep reading »

Whether he’s playing piano or synthesizers, Herbie Hancock has left a legacy that symbolizes the symbiosis of new & old, of tradition & innovation, and of today & tomorrow keep reading »

The Nth Power is well-known for their grooving funk-driven sound. This so-called “supergroup” (via Okayplayer) is a collection of some of the most talented backing keep reading »

Coming up Thursday June 16th, multi-instrumentalist and producer Cory Henry will play Highline Ballroom alongside his band, the Funk Apostles. Henry has played with some of keep reading »

Bassist Mark Kelley grew up in a sea of music. Straight out of college, it served him well – he immediately landed a gig playing keep reading »

A few months ago, Fader released Kenneth Whalum III‘s gorgeous track “Ghost Town,” a part of his upcoming project, Through Hell and High Water. The saxophonist, singer, and producer has recorded and keep reading »

Fri. May 13th, “No Land for Beasts” comes to Gin Fizz for a night of grooves, synths, and sounds courtesy of Yuki Hirano and The OX. keep reading »

Revive Music continues their 10 year anniversary celebration party with the new monthly jazz party “Blue After Dark” celebrating the art of improvisation with a keep reading »