Susan Frances

Susan Frances

Sound Assembly’s music is part abstract and part traditional jazz making the tracks sound completely original as this 17-piece orchestra works through the twists and tur…
Inspired by the musings of writer A.A. Milne from his poems in the musical Now We Are Six, saxophonist/conductor Phil Woods had the impetus to convey Milne’s poet…
Pasion Por La Vida is an album of original tangos composed by pianist Roger Davidson and performed as a duo with award-winning Raul Jaurena on bandoneon. This is …
Stickadiboom is the second CD and Zoho debut from jazz bassist/composer Steve Haines and his quintet, who are best known for their classic New York-style hard-bop. T…
Omaha Nebraska resident and saxophonist Bill Wimmer has collaborated with Vail, CO., keyboardist/vocalist Tony Gulizia for years. And with prominent New York jazz stars, gu…
Recorded live during the Seamus Blake Quartet shows in Italy, Live In Italy is a journey through various textural changes, melodic twists and harmonic happenings.…
Universally singing is perceived as a form of art that requires a mellifluous voice, but sometimes there is more to it like a vocalist who can sing a tune that makes peo…
Jazz music has its eccentrics and its masterminds and sometimes the two are interchangeable like in the case of saxophonist Frank Macchia, who had the eccentric idea to …
Positioned in the crux of classic modernism and eclectic-bop expressionism, jazz trio White Rocket make compositions that speak volumes about how the language of music c…
In Charles Evans’ hands, the baritone saxophone is truly capable of producing works of art that mesmerize audiences making them cognizant of every note, observing how so…