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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 »

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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 »

When they’re not playing for Maxwell or D’Angelo, they play together. Don’t miss some of the most sought after musicians in the game this Sat. keep reading »

There’s nothing more classic than the soul-splicing sound of Miles Davis. Whether he was cooing out raspy standards or delving into the raucous unknown of keep reading »

Each year, as summer rolls around, the DC jazz community gears up for DC JazzFest – a 10 day extravaganza that showcases the greatest in both new and keep reading »

Fresh off the tail of the igneous 1960’s, 1971 was still a hotbed of activists seeking justice, equality, and freedom from the skewed social constructs that stained the past keep reading »

Hailing from Houston, TX with roots in Lake Charles, LA, Matthew Hartnett brings to you a genuine heartfelt musical perspective with genre defying compositions and keep reading »

Marcus Strickland is one saxophonist to be reckoned with. He has been heard playing with artists such as Roy Haynes, Jeff “Tain” Watts, and Dave keep reading »

Igmar Thomas and the Revive Big Band are back in action. Following the new year, the group has many gigs coming up, including a monthly keep reading »

Featuring a multigenerational cadre of artists who have consistently blurred the lines between forms such as trombonist Ku-umba Frank Lacy, critically acclaimed pianist Marc Cary, keep reading »