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June 9, 2003

T.S. MONK'S NEW ALBUM, HIGHER GROUND, TO BE RELEASED AUGUST 26TH, 2003 ON THELONIOUS RECORDS

THELONIOUS Records Signs Exclusive U.S. Distribution Deal with HYENA for All Future T.S. Monk, Thelonious Monk Archives & Thelonious Records' Releases

New York, NY - T.S. Monk returns on August 26th, 2003 with the release of his first new album in four years entitled Higher Ground. While it might seem as if the venerable drummer has been m …

The legendary Jazz Trumpet player, Freddie Hubbard, returns to Philadelphia this summer for four performances only. Sets will be performed on Friday August 15th and Saturday August 16th at 8pm and 10pm. The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz & Performing Arts is located on the corner of Broad & Fitzwater Streets.

Freddie Hubbard has recorded almost thirty albums in 45 years as both a leader and a sideman to other Jazz legends. He has worked with such greats as Dizzy Gillespie, Dexter Gordon, Sli …

The Jazz Musician Emergency Relief Fund is a wonderful organization that helps in-need artists, primarily seniors, with urgent medical care and financial assistance. As "freelancers," many jazz musicians aren't protected by pensions, health plans and other benefits. To date, the JMEF has helped over 150 jazz musicians.

We are hosting a fundraising benefit to help Jazz Foundation of America on August 22. Anything you can do to help us spread the word and generate ticket sales would be much, m …

29.01.2011

KURT ROSENWINKEL

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Kurt Rosenwinkel will perform at The Jazz Bakery from Wednesday, September 3rd through Sunday, September 7th. Admission is $20. The Jazz Bakery is located at 3233 Helms Avenue in Los Angeles.

This show marks the release of Heartcore, Rosenwinkel's third album for Verve Records. Rosenwinkel co-produced Heartcore with Q-Tip (Kamaal Fareed, most famously of A Tribe Called Quest), and the result is a unique collection of sonic tapestries.

On Heartcore, Rosenwinkel has del …

29.01.2011

The Great Abbey Lincoln

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•It's Me is the first of Abbey Lincoln’s recordings with orchestra

•The rhythm section is led by the incomparable Kenny Barron

•It’s Me features six songs written or co-written by the legendary vocalist

•Lincoln premieres here a song by her late brother, Robert Wooldridge, and sings a tribute to Duke Ellington by pianist Cedar Walton (who was in Lincoln’s band in the 1960s)

•It’s Me is Abbey’s 10th album for Verve Records

•It’s Me [440 038 171-2] available on CD November 11, 2003. …

Mr. George Shearing, the British jazz piano icon, was admitted to a New York City hospital last night after a fall sustained in his home. He is currently under observation. As a result, Shearing has had to cancel his upcoming dates in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

Blind from birth, the 84-old Shearing made his mark in the American jazz scene after putting together his unique quintet comprised of piano, vibes, electric guitar, bass and drums. What became known as the "Shearing Sound" was a resul …

It's going to be a busy summer for tenor saxophonist Benny Golson. On June 22, he will release on the Concord Records label, Terminal 1, new music inspired by a Steven Spielberg film, "The Terminal." The Dreamworks SKG film, starring Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Stanley Tucci, and a cameo appearance by Golson, premieres in theaters on June 18.

Terminal 1 is Golson's homage to director Spielberg, a long-time jazz fan, who summoned the saxophonist to Montreal in February to perform a small …

Historic Figure: Entertainment Giant Won 13 Grammy® Awards, Numerous Others Across the Globe (Los Angeles, Calif., June 10, 2004)---Music legend Ray Charles, 73, a 13-time Grammy® Award winner, known the world over as "The Genius of Soul," died at 11:35 AM (PDT) today at the age of 73, announced his publicist, Jerry Digney, of Solters & Digney. He was surrounded by family, friends and longtime business associates at his home in Beverly Hills.

"Although he was very successful and owned a home …

January 1, 2005, Cleveland, Ohio Founded by musician/entrepreneur Dave Love in 1990, Heads Up International celebrates its 15th anniversary as one of the world’s premier crossover jazz labels with debut releases from saxophonists Najee, Walter Beasley and Michael Brecker, among others.

Having signed "the most influential tenor stylist of the last 25 years" (Jazziz Magazine), Heads Up has much to celebrate in 2005. "I’m delighted to join an organization which is fast becoming a force in conte …

Two Companies Merged to Form the CONCORD MUSIC GROUP, INC., A New Leader in Independent, Adult-Focused Recorded Music

Tailwind Capital Partners Partner With Norman Lear and Hal Gaba to Provide Equity Financing

Beverly Hills, CA December 1, 2004 - Concord Records, Inc. and Fantasy, Inc. today announced that Concord has completed its acquisition of Fantasy and has merged the two companies to form a new entity called the Concord Music Group, Inc. Concord Records is a prominent 31-year-old, …