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This last week, Huffington Post’s The Blog, sat down with Nigel Hall to discuss his new album, Ladies and Gentlemen…Nigel Hall. It is set to be keep reading »

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Last Thursday, Rolling Stone magazine released a video that shows Brooklyn-based guitarist Marcus Machado recording his new single “Rockout” in L.A.’s Swing House Studios. The keep reading »

Back in May, Gilles Peterson sat down with acclaimed drummer Otis Brown III to discuss his career, his association with other leading jazz figures, and keep reading »

On November 5th, contemporary music magazine The FADER premiered Kenneth Whalum’s “Ghost Town,” and brought to light his oft under-acknowledged presence in the world of keep reading »

In 1954, the worlds of iconic jazz artists Sarah Vaughan and Clifford Brown collided, culminating in the release of Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown. The album was quickly keep reading »

The funk vets who rock with Lettuce have been tearing up stages and studios since 1992 when the founding members met each other at Berklee. keep reading »

Since Miles Davis’s classic ‘Bitches Brew’, the fusing of Jazz and of contemporary music has been a grand ambition of many jazz musicians. Ornette Coleman’s keep reading »

Dessy Di Lauro is a singer-songwriter to take seriously. The soulful vocalist, born and raised in Montreal, has just released a noteworthy EP, Say Hep keep reading »

Saxophonist Adison Evans‘ name may not be familiar to you, but there’s a good chance you’ve heard her play. A graduate of Juilliard, she quickly keep reading »

The release of Otis Brown III‘s The Thought Of You on September 23, 2014 was a momentous occasion for several reasons. For one, it marked the keep reading »

Modern saxophone colossus Kamasi Washington brought his unbridled brand of jazz to NPR‘s World Cafe Tuesday, performing three tracks while backed by an eight-piece band keep reading »