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They say it all started with a bang — and that it did on the Revive Stage at NYC’s 2016 Winter Jazzfest. By only 7 keep reading »

We’re pleased to announce our annual stage at the 2016 NYC Winter Jazzfest feat. KING, Terrace Martin, Lakecia Benjamin, Mark de Clive-Lowe’s CHURCH, Sarah Vaughan with Clifford 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 »

Planting his flag as a soloist and leader, pianist Ray Angry’s contribution to Supreme Sonacy (Vol. 1) is a striking commentary on life that examines keep reading »

Ray Angry is well in touch with his spiritual side. The accomplished solo pianist and frequent contributor to The Roots delves deep into musical meditation keep reading »

We continue our ongoing series of showcasing the musicians who helped make Supreme Sonacy (Vol. 1) possible by giving some love to the pianists featured keep reading »

There’s always that one dude who claims s/he can play any genre of music. We’ve all met that character who talks in very vague musical keep reading »

Talib Kweli is one of the most respected rappers alive, so it is extremely fitting for him to have one of the dopest live bands to grace the hip-hop medium. This Sunday and Monday (3/17-3/18), Kweli and his band will be hitting at Brooklyn Bowl for his hometown crowd. Opening for them will be respected producer Cory-Mo out of Houston, Texas.

Ray Angry aka Mister Goldfinger aka one of the busiest gigging musicians on the scene right now (The Roots, D’Angelo, Sy Smith, Queen Latifah, Joss Stone) is playing a two-night special guest studded show in collaboration with blues legend Lucky Peterson at the Iridium 7/27 & 7/28.

Possibly the best moment of the 2012 BET Awards show was the return of D’Angelo in televised form for the first time in 12 years. Kicking off his return with “Untitled (How Does It Feel),” D’Angelo went through a medley of sorts hitting on “Sugar Daddy” and others as they kept jamming. As always D is sporting an all-star band consisting of what seems to look/sound like Pino Palladino, Jesse Johnson, Ray Angry, and Chris Dave for sure along with a few others.