If you haven’t checked out Day Breaks, shame on you. Norah Jones‘ critically-acclaimed 2016 release features a myriad of artistic luminaries like Wayne Shorter, Briad keep reading »
It didn’t take long for the Robert Glasper Experiment to return with the second round of what will hopefully become a series. Only 20 months keep reading »
Emerging as the third single from the Robert Glasper Experiment’s Black Radio 2 (Blue Note Records) due out on October 29th, “Let It Ride” features some heavy groove and swag at a breakneck speed featuring fellow Blue Note recording artist and songstress Norah Jones. Clocking in at a lengthy seven-minutes-and-six-seconds, the track even ends with a comedic cameo voicemail from Wayne Brady!
The Robert Glasper Experiment has announced the follow-up to their Grammy-award winning record Black Radio with Black Radio 2 coming out October 29th on Blue Note Records. With a core line-up of Glasper on piano, Derrick Hodge (peep Live Today) on bass, Casey Benjamin on vocoder and saxophone, and Mark Colenburg on drums (for his Experiment debut on record).
Sitting down with Q-Tip is always a double edged sword, excitement to talk shop with a literal reference point in music, but also disappointment that there are enough stories and questions to last days, so choosing wisely is a necessity because time is short with a man who remains just as relevant to music today as he was when he hit the scene with Tribe decades ago. Even so, we got down to the gritty details of what fuels him and his recent collaborations with guitar virtuoso Kurt Rosenwinkel.
More so a homage to her collaborations with talented artists than a new release, Norah Jones’ forthcoming …Featuring shows where Norah has been in the past decade or so. If you have been following her career at all, you won’t be surprised to find her collection to be wide and diverse. Norah has such a distinctively deep timbre that literally feels good to listen to; it’s no wonder her musical peers continue to seek out her vocal prowess.