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Craig W. Hurst

Craig W. Hurst

Mark Quint is a singer/songwriter that brings to mind other vocalists in the jazz realm such as Mark Murphy, Kurt Elling, Bob Dorough, Mose Allison, Dave Frishberg, and esp…
On the newest CD recording by Swedish pianist Mathias Landaeus, Fringe People, one may find sounds that would transport a listener back to the late 1960’s/early 1970…
Lee Konitz is a living legend of jazz. He was one of the few alto saxophonists who found enough stylistic distinction to survive the wake of Charlie "Bird" Parker’s tidal w…
Glauco Sagebin is a Brazilian pianist whose new CD When Baden Meets Trane, reveals his experience in gaining familiarity with jazz musicians from both the United Sta…
New York based actress and singer Sally Stark pays homage to jazz singer Maxine Sullivan on her newest release, Sally Stark Sings Maxine Sullivan. Sullivan whose car…
The Nearness of You is the debut recording of South Florida based singer Nicole Henry. Henry’s voice exudes a positive, upbeat attitude with a light, bright and some…
Whatever it is that makes a listener fall in love with Brazilian music--the insouciance and elegance of an unobtrusive, yet driving beat, the romance that drips like honey …
Although the term avant-garde refers to the leading edge of any endeavor, the techniques of making music in ways that are outside of the mainstream is nothing new in the wo…
Poetry of Love, the newest release by Kansas City based singer Angela Hagenbach is a collection of ten songs with a range of emotion that will delight the ear of the…
Helen Abbey’s CD Simply Me provides the listener with the sounds of a gifted singer who is able to deliver a variety of songs with a delightfully sensuous, soft…