Micic’s career has been marked by an early start. Born in Belgrade, at 16 she was already performing as the lead vocalist of the Belgrade Radio Big Band and by the time s …
"Micic is bringing an intriguing new perspective to the jazz guitar" wrote Don Heckman in LA Times.
The album "3" has many compelling facets of Micic’s music, fr
New York, NY, September 22, 2008 On October 1, 2008 CTA Records will release "Jesus Saves", debut album by drummer Uros Markovic. He is joined by a superb group of musicians, pianist Eric Lewis and bassist Reginald Veal. With the aid of Rale Micic, who produced the album, Uros Markovic breaks new ground with his Gospel Jazz Trio.
"Jesus Saves" is an album that brings a revolutionary change to the wa
NPR Radio described Alma Micic as vocalist who "defines what jazz singing is all about". Born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, Alma Micic moved to the US after receiving a generous scholarship to attend the prestigious Berklee College of Music and since has been a recipient of many awards, including
Dayna Stephens, 28, has been described as "One of the most exciting young tenor sax players." A fluid, vigorous soloist with a warm, soulful sound, Stephens showed serious talent early on,