Susan Frances

Susan Frances

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…
Singer-songwriter Mark Winkler is the perfect combination of Randy Neuman’s casually hewn swagger and Michael Feinstein’s sleek jazz glides. He courts sophistication wit…
The old saying "Flaunt it if you’ve got it" has been passed on from generation to generation, and it certainly rings true for jazz vocalist Sarah DeLeo who has definitel…
A spiral of sounds, a tapestry of festive twirls, a conflagration of zig-zagging patterns, and trestles of liberating vibrations ornate Jason Rigby’s newly released soph…
Jazz vocalist Meryl Romer comes alight with a Billy Holiday radiance and a Dinah Washington caressive vocalese on her first recorded outing So Sure from the Lady …
Vocalist Ramana Vieira is perched beautifully between torchlight blues and operatic fires. Her latest release Lagrimas de Rainha, which translated in English is <…