Jazz industry press releases from around the world. Your connection to what's happening.
"This is the trio at its zenith," recalls Pavone in the liner no
Gifted with personal style suffused through enviable versatility, precise in both soft ballads and fast paced rhythms, Hays is a surprising piano player who consolidates himself amongst the most interesting talents of international jazz piano.
Born in New York City but raised in Connecticut, this 37 year old piano player has employed his workmanship playing with Sonny Rollins, Benny Golson, Ron Carter, Joe Henderson, Roy Haynes, John Scofield, Donald Harrison, Chris Potter, Al Foster,
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End date 6/30/06
Press Contact: John Ewing*
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Ajamu Akinyele w/ Gemini Soul "Live" in Concert:
Friday, May 5, 2006
Panama Bay - Showtime: 8 pm
2115 First Street; Livermore, CA 94550; 925-245-1700
Sunday, May 14, 2006
Borders Books & Music - Stonestown Galleria - Showtime: 2 pm
233 Winston Drive; San Francisco, CA 94132; 415-731-0665
Thursday, May 18, 2006
Caffe Bella - Showtimes: 8 pm, 9 pm, 10 pm
2621 Fifth Avenue; Seattle, WA 98121; 206-441-4351
Sunday, May 21, 2
Paul Collins Artist Management International, better known as PCAMI*, is pleased to announce a musical collaboration with world famous legendary bassist, educator and composer Dr. Art Davis of USA and Roberto Magris, international jazz pianist and composer from Trieste, Italy. The development of this musical collaboration will prove to be the "ascension" of yet another positive force for music.
"The accomplishments of Dr. Davis are we
The outstanding session included in this DVD presents a rare TV performance by four well-known Maryland (USA) jazz musicians. Tom Reyes-keyboards, Vattel Cherry-bass, John Dierker-sax, and Nick Costa-drums. The concert was taped at Baltimore's Harborplace in the summer of 2005. It was later broadcast repeatedly in the fall and winter of 2005 on Baltimore cable TV.
The concert features in the moment improvisation. Nothing was rehearsed prior to the performance. The musical compos
Atlanta, GA--May 1, 2006--Vocalist Tammy Allen caught the music bug at age 13 at a B.B. King concert. She explains, "I never heard anything with that kind of a pocket." About a week later, Allen decided that was her destiny in life.
After the weekly grind of working in nightclubs and restaurants in LA and Las Vegas was behind her, Allen settled in and opened her own studio in Atlanta to offer voice lessons to aspiring young vocalist. Big House Studios opened its do
Introducing the latest in the series of live art events from Eurogallery.
"From Harlem to Hollywood"
Dear art lovers and fellow musicians, this letter is to introduce to you the latest of our special events from Eurogallery Live Art. We are commissioning 12 works of art on the theme "Music".
The title of the first work is "From Harlem to Hollywood" in cooperation with the world renowned jazz vocalist Michael Danso
CHICAGO BASSIST LAUNCHES INNOVATIVE JAZZ WEBSITE CHICAGO, IL (April 24, 2006) Every jazz instructor wishes their students would practice more and now they just might because practicing jazz is about to get more fun. PlayJazzNow.com, a new website due to launch on June 1, 2006, will offer a series of downloadable jazz play-along tracks that will enable every instrumentalist and vocalist to work out with a world class rhythm section.
"It was impossible to find any recordings my students
Grammy-nominated singer Chris Isaak and FINE LIVING network will be your personal guide to this yearâ€™s Jazz Fest, on a special premiering on April 23. Viewers can get a sneak peek of Chris Isaakâ€™s Guide To Jazz Fest by visiting FineLiving.com for video exc
In the spring of 2005, with his latest CD approaching the pinnacle of the jazz chart, guitarist Randy Johnston captured the energy of the moment in front of a packed house at the Smithsonian Jazz Cafe.
Mel Bay Records is excited to bring you this concert on DVD, scheduled for release on Tuesday, April 18th.
Bassist Tom Pietrycha and drummer Tony Leone joined Randy on this exhilarating blend of originals and covers, including John Coltrane's "Impressions" and Don Militello
Joe Diorio joins the growing roster of jazz-guitar virtuosos on Mel Bay Records with the reissue of Joe Diorio Trio: Live.
The CD is scheduled for release on Tuesday, April 18, 2006.
Recorded by Jim Merod at the Horton Grand Hotel in downtown San Diego on a Spring evening in 1991, the trio included Bob Magnusson on bass and Jim Plank on drums. With Joe playing his 1968 Gibson 175, they offered affectionate interpretations of popular selectio
NEWS FROM JIM MARTIN PRODUCTIONS
JMP Records is proud to announce the release of, "The Vince Lewis Trio Better Than Ever." Recorded in July 2005, this is a reunion of three veteran musicians who have worked together in the West Virginia area for many years. This is their first recording as a trio and the 5th release for Vince Lewis as a leader. It is a work that is long overdue.
Since actively pursuing a solo care
Joshua Hall, Publicis
Kim Putnam, Indy Jazz Fest presented by Kroger
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Call for Artists to Display and Sell Work at the
2006 Indy Jazz Fest presented by Kroger
INDIANAPOLIS (April 12, 2006) Â¾ The American Pianists Association (APA) and the
Adama Music presents Itamar Erez & The Adama Ensembleâ€™s New CD- â€˜Desert Songâ€™ â€˜DESERT SONGâ€™ TAKES FUSION TO A NEW LEVEL WITH EXCITING AND ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS, BLENDING MIDDLE EASTERN, JAZZ AND FLAMENCO INFLUENCES. "An Original blend of classical music, jazz and various genres of world music, from flamenco to Indian music, with a particular focus on Middle Eastern traditions..." (The Globe & Mail)
The Adama Ensemble (based in Vancouver, BC, Canada), led by composer, guitarist
Cleveland, Ohio--April 17, 2006--Cleveland is the home to the birth of rock and roll, the music hall of fame, and countless bands that have left their mark on the history of music. Rare Blend follows in those footsteps with music that engages and reawakens your senses. They offer a listener an entire range of flavors ranging from progressive rock, jazz, jazz-rock-fusion, and any combination thereof, primarily in the form of instrumentals.
Rare Blend is Vic Samalot (guitar), Bo
Once jazz students at Coloradoâ€™s Western State College, the bands that Mamaâ€™s Cookinâ€™ has shared the stage with reads like a whoâ€™s who of the current mus