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Despite being only 27 years old, Christian Sands already has a firm grip of the history of jazz piano. Not only can he articulate the keep reading »

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Recently, Michelle Mercer’s article in NPR, “Sexism From Two Leading Jazz Artists Draws Anger—And Presents An Opportunity,” highlighted longstanding issues in jazz as a male-dominated keep reading »

Released on March 24, Maurice “Mobetta” Brown‘s latest full-length album The Mood showcases the trumpeter, producer, composer, and emcee flexing his muscles in an 11-track keep reading »

An undeniable virtuoso, guitarist Matthew Stevens is in high demand as a sideman. Most recently he was an integral part of the sound of Esperanza keep reading »

Among guitarists of his generation, Kurt Rosenwinkel sets the standard in more ways than one. His virtuosity and facility on his instrument aside, he’s always keep reading »

Saxophonist Marcus Strickland is back with the premiere of “Alive,” ahead of his March 16th SXSW debut at The Elephant Room. Featuring Jean Baylor on keep reading »

GRAMMY Award-winning pianist, producer, and composer Robert Glasper wears yet another hat as the creative and musical director for The Apollo Theater Presents AFROPUNK’s Unapologetically keep reading »

If you’ve ever caught The Baylor Project at one of their bi-monthly shows at Smoke then you’re already familiar with the light effervescent quality of keep reading »

Lightly put, we’re living in perilous times. Wish there was another way to put it, but with a president acting more like a despotic dictator keep reading »

It’s that time of the year where the West Village turns into the focal point in the world of jazz. While NYC is no doubt keep reading »

It’s that time of the year where the West Village turns into the focal point in the world of jazz. While NYC is no doubt keep reading »