Susan Frances

Susan Frances

Jazz pianist Garry Dial and folk singer Terre Roche have undertaken an ambitious project, bringing countries together with a gallery of national anthems. The collection …
Cynthia Hilt delves into the traditional side of jazz on her latest release Second Story Breeze. The soulful register of her vocals in the title track is remini…
Progressive-jazz trumpeter Herb Robertson is leading a new band into worldwide prestige. Accompanied by trumpeter Dave Ballou, bassist Drew Gress, and drummer Tom Rainey…
Jazz vocalist Marcus Goldhaber helps you start your morning right with a mellifluous register that makes you enjoy waking up to, and eases you comfortably into the day. …
Harana is a type of music from the Philippines that encompasses the smooth folksy nocturnes and rootsy serenade stylizing of the South Pacific, which became famous in th…
Diana Perez’s bourbon-hued timbres have a way of wooing listeners into her world of classic jazz, showing a natural ease reminiscent of Leslie Lewis and an innate loveli…
Jazz guitarist Steve Herberman told JazzReview.com, "You have to know the roots of jazz." A man of his word, Herberman’s compositions display a roots-jazz style that has…
Harking of bossa nova’s debonair sashays and classic jazz’s alluring undulations and graceful swagger, the trio of bassist/composer Mark Saltman, drummer/composer Willia…
Infinity, the new CD from the Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet is a picture of Brazilian sunsets and Latin-dance splendor put into music and fringed with a spla…
Tacoma, Washington native saxophonist Cliff Colon has taken his love of jazz and his memories from childhood of playing the videogame "Contra" and meshed them into a son…