Folks, the masterful Jeff “Tain” Watts will be performing at Harlem’s hottest live music venue, Ginny’s Supper Club at Red Rooster presented by Revive Music keep reading »
It’s been a minute since the venerable drummer, beat-maker, and Detroit-bred Karriem Riggins has graced New York’s stages, and we’ve resorted to tempering our patience keep reading »
Revive Big Band headed by trumpeter Igmar Thomas will be performing the music of Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter and more, celebrating the legacy of Brooklyn Jazz musicians with special guests legendary saxophonist Oliver Lake and trumpeter Sean Jones. Showcasing original compositions alongside imaginative new arrangements, this multigenerational ensemble comprised of some of music’s brightest stars will illustrate why Complex Magazine calls them “a 19-piece jazz army.”
Coming up on Coltrane’s Birthday, Monday, Sept. 23rd, Revive Music and Jazz at Lincoln Center partner to premiere a joint celebration featuring Marcus Strickland Quartet keep reading »
Man on the Street (August 6 / DD172 / EMI), the new album by pianist and composer Harold O’Neal, is a tribute to his mentors, keep reading »
This Saturday, Rachel Eckroth along side special guest saxophonist Ron Blake will be performing at the Blue Note Jazz Club for the late night set keep reading »
On Tuesday, August 6th world-renowned bassist and composer Derrick Hodge will be celebrating his debut album on Blue Note Records ‘Live Today’ featuring Travis Sayles (keys) , Christian Sands (keys), Mark Colenburg (drums) and Ambrose Akinmusire (trumpet) at The Cutting Room presented by Revive Music.
The New York Times calls trumpeter/bandleader Etienne Charles an auteur who is “one of [jazz’s] more ambitious soloists and composers,” JazzTimes applauds him as a “daring improviser” and DownBeat celebrates his tone as “melodically captivating” and “rhythmically agile” that makes his music “immediately pleasing.” After three impressive and well-received albums for his own Culture Shock Music imprint, Charles has garnered a welcomed response to his Caribbean roots-informed jazz. His latest album, Creole Soul—his most accomplished recording so far in his young career—is infused with Charles’ ebullient and intimate artistry.
On Tuesday June 25th, London based artist Tawiah will take the stage at Subculture, New York’s newest live music venue with Special Guest, Grammy Nominated singer Muhsinah and a special opening performance by Carolyn Malachi.
The legendary tap musician Savion Glover will be joining the Revive Big Band for their Blue Note Festival performance on 6/16 at Highline Ballroom featuring a slew of todays greatest musicians, led by trumpeter Igmar Thomas.