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On March 31st at Zinc Bar, catch Revive Big Band LIVE before they hit the road! NYC fans will have a chance– right here in town– keep reading »

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Tigran Hamasyan has a penchant for dropping records that stretch the imagination of his audience. The 2006 Thelonious Monk Competition winner– who has given us keep reading »

Since 2005, Brooklyn-based collective Snarky Puppy has built their global legion of followers with a catalog of wildly imaginative, exploratory funk-scapes, conjured up largely by keep reading »

Washington, D.C.’s lauded Kennedy Center has played host to an assortment of legendary performances and, over the past weekend, they can add another to their keep reading »

During the launch of Jazz Appreciation Month, the great jazz photographer Chuck Stewart donated 25 images of John Coltrane and Alice Coltrane to the Smithsonian keep reading »

To say that we are excited about the upcoming Hugh Masekela shows at JALC is an understatement. More so, we are grateful that, on the keep reading »

Detroit bassist and composer Robert Hurst is hitting the stage at the Jazz Standard on March 25 and 26th and, in anticipation of the upcoming shows, we’ve keep reading »

Revive is proud to team with Okayplayer to present the new single, “White Walls,” from singer/songwriter/bassist Kenneth “GIZMO” Rodgers. The track’s debut follows the release of The Middle EP this past November via Okayplayer Records. keep reading »

Brooklyn-based collective Space Captain debuts their impressive new video,”Easier”, featuring the sultry vocals of Maralisa Simmons-Cook, guitarists Gray Hall and Mike Haldeman, bassist Alex Pyle, drummer Donnie Spackman, and trumpeter Linton keep reading »

Blue Note Records recording artist Takuya Kuroda premieres the title track video to his recent record debut, “Rising Son,” produced by José James. “Rising Son” features keyboardist Kris Bowers, keep reading »

Pianist Kris Bowers’ version of Kendrick Lamar’s “Rigamortus” may have some hip hop heads spinning. And almost like a game of Clue, it was Kris keep reading »