Suzi Price

Suzi Price

After what seems like a long history of supporting musicianship, Michael Brecker can do no wrong in turning out another superb CD "Nearness of You: The Ballad Book, released June 19, 2000 on the Verve label. Accolades keep pouring in, but this doesn't stop the talented Mr. Brecker from gearing up for a dream team national tour beginning September 19, 2001 with Herbie Hancock, Roy Hargrove, John Pattitucci and Brian Blade. The six-week tour begins in San Cruz, California and will tribute Miles an …
29.01.2011

Joe Fuentes

Published in Jazz Artist Interviews
JazzReview.com: It has been a year and a half since we sat in Cafe de la Press in San Francisco and talked about your upcoming CD, "A Good Cup of Joe." I'm sure our readers would like to hear the inside story on how you were picked up by Instinct Jazz?

Joe Fuentes: "There are a lot of updates because there has been many developments since we last spoke at Café de la Press... By the way, I happened to be there the other day and I was reminded of the great time I had on our …
Tastefully proving his compelling genius, Tom Harrell performed at the infamous Blue Note with quintet members Marcus Strickland - sax (filling in for Jimmy Greene), Xavier Davis piano, Quincy Davis bass and Ugonna Okegwa drums. The early show was sparse, nonetheless enjoyable, but by the second set of the evening, the house was full of anticipating fans. A hush fell in respectful awe for Harrell’s emotional expressionism and what he has had to overcome in becoming one of the top jazz trumpeters
On March 13, the third night of his European tour, Mike Stern performed at the Hnita Jazz Club in Heist-op-den-Berg (Heist on the mountain) near Antwerp, Belgium. Performing with Mike were, Bob Franceschini (sax), Lincoln Goines (electric bass) and Richie Morales (drums).

Looking terrifically young for his 46 years, Mike stepped on stage and, picking up his Yahama Pacificia, led the quartet in a composition, Play, from his latest Atlantic release of the same name. This slightly funky, upbeat

The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will embark on a 46-city U.S. United in Swing Tour beginning September 13, 2001, drawing on a vast repertoire from the history of jazz to the delight of audiences around the country, with an emphasis on Coltrane and Mingus, and original works.

Speaking as a designated UN Messenger of Peace, Mr. Marsalis said, "Wherever the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra plays throughout the world, audiences have the same joyous reaction to the pulse

For many, the name "Jackie Paris" might not be a familiar one. Even older jazz enthusiasts might not be able to acknowledge the unheralded genius of this male vocalist, but wait! From Outsider Pictures, distributed by Naxos America, filmmaker and jazz musician Raymond De Felitta presents ‘Tis Autumn The Search for Jackie Paris, a loving tribute and documentary about male vocalist Jackie Paris, and the ups and downs of his outstanding and somewhat unrecognized life.

METHENY MUSIC FOUNDATION
KICK-OFF FUNDRAISING CONCERT, MARCH 7, 2008


In June 2007 the newly formed Metheny Music Foundation enabled two area high school students to attend the annual University of Missouri/Kansas City Jazz Improv Camp. "Awarding these scholarships is an important first step," said guitarist, 17-time Grammy winner, and Lee's Summit native Pat Metheny. And about the Foundation itself, Pat added, "This is an exciting endeavor with many promi

JAZZ JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION

NOMINATES CONCORD , TELARC AND HEADS UP

FOR SEVEN JAZZ AWARDS

For immediate release

June 11, 2007 Concord Records, Telarc International and Heads Up International, leaders in the jazz recording industry, scored seven nominations from the Jazz Journalists Association (JJA) for its 2007 Jazz Awards.

The JJA nominated more than 2

29.01.2011

ARTURO SANDOVAL

Published in Press Releases
TRUMPET VIRTUOSO ARTURO SANDOVAL SIGNS EXCLUSIVE RECORDING AGREEMENT WITH TELARC Debuts with May 2007 Release

Cleveland-based Telarc International Corporation is proud to announce that trumpet virtuoso Arturo Sandoval has signed an exclusive recording contract with the company. His debut recording for the label is schedule to be released in May 2007.

Sandoval has been awarded four GRAMMY Awards, six Billboard Awards and an Emmy Award. He is one o

Jo Crimmins

Director, Publicity

Concord Records

Concord Music Group and Monster Cable Products today announced a partnership designed to revolutionize home entertainment; combining Monster Music’s pioneering SuperDiscs with Concord’s top-shelf musical artists and musicianship, a calling card of the venerable record company. Each limited edition SuperDisc, an innovation that offers such advanced features as high definition surround sound, is painstakingly mixed and mastere

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