The good folks at Boiler Room have been gracious enough to document some of our proudest moments. From the recent Blue After Dark concert, Supreme keep reading »
Revive Music Group founder Meghan Stabile was profiled in the New York Times by John Leland this past weekend in a piece detailing both her upbringing as well as a few days in her life as she prepared for the Revive Big Band’s performance with tap legend Savion Glover as a part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival, various nightly concerts and jams in New York City, and planning for her upcoming role as record producer for Blue Note Records. New to this facet of New York’s live music scene, Leland detailed what he saw to be a “curious mission” of melding the hip-hop and jazz communities and while that hits on part of our mission, of course we all know it goes much further than just the confines of the words “jazz” and “hip-hop.” Check out some excerpts from the profile below and be sure to continue visiting the site and coming out to the shows for the full experience!
SXSW 2013 will be an exciting year for jazz aficionados with more and more live music and jazz being represented, honored, performed, and discussed. Among the exciting features is a panel entitled “Miles Davis Bootleg 2: The Lost Quintet” which will discuss Davis’ 1969 live lineup that toured Europe and the subsequent box set releases of this year as well as their significance.
Our good friends over at CultureFphile recently enlisted the expertise of Revive Music Group’s very own Founder & CEO, Meghan Stabile for a piece entitled “A Letter to All Musicians–From Meghan Stabile” which breaks down some important DOs and DON’Ts for musicians in the industry today.
Today marks the six-year anniversary of Revive Music Group (formerly Revive Da Live). Looking back on the past six years reveals a story of growth (both company-wide and community-wide) and success, but more than any of that, an unwavering devotion to the amazing and talented musicians that make our community vibrant and inspired the very creation of Revive. What began as a local effort to support Boston musicians has evolved into a worldwide experience.
We invite you to experience the panel on “The Intersection of Hip-Hop and Jazz” moderated by Raydar Ellis in a a 2 part series. A hand selected group of the panelists discuss the revival of jazz music through its marriage with hip-hop. Panelists talk about GURU’s legacy, how the use of new technologies has redefined the concept of jazz (formerly known as a genre stuck in a state of unchangeability) and what Miles Davis would play if he was still alive.
We invite you to experience the SXSW panel on “The Intersection of Hip-Hop and Jazz” moderated by Raydar Ellis in a a 2 part series. A hand selected group of the panelists discuss the revival of jazz music through its marriage with hip-hop. Panelists talk about GURU’s legacy, how the use of new technologies has redefined the concept of jazz (formerly known as a genre stuck in a state of unchangeability) and what Miles Davis would play if he was still alive.
On Wednesday, March 16th, Meghan Stabile (Founder/President of Revive Music Group), will be presenting on a SXSW panel moderated by Brian “Raydar” Ellis (Revive’s resident creative mastermind) on “The Intersection of Hip-Hop and Jazz.” They will share the roundtable discussion with Vince and Erin, as well as DJ Logic, and Andre Torres (Founder/Publisher of Wax Poetics).