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The Cape May Jazz Festival was most fortunate to have one so capable and competent as Chip Shelton on its lineup, one who not only is a gifted flutist in his own right, …
What a way to realize a lifelong dream: bumping heads with producer Veit Renn known for work with *Nsync and Backstreet Boys, who then introduced saxophonist Jamie WilliamS…
Bill Cornish shines here with strong synth and piano work on selections that make Sojourn a truly diverse and illustrative project. It proves worthy of its boas…
This album is, in a word, rejuvenating, like a breath of fresh spring air. It takes interesting turns and twists throughout and truly strikes a defiant pose when confron…
The year was 1973 and teenagers all across North America were singing their rock anthem "Taking Care Of Business," as the radio stations blasted the hit Bachman-Turner O…
Will the abundance of super-talented young piano players never cease? Not that I want it to or that such a cornucopia of youthful energy or overflowing imagination should e…
Realizing a life-long dream, Lil Greenwood created a living legacy with her album Back to My Roots, as she and David Amram work together, bringing joy to audiences a…
I got off on the wrong foot with Anat Cohen. I have been very concerned recently about the hyperbole that surrounds some performers; when the hype gets out too far ahead of…
A perennial fan favorite, Spyro Gyra comprised of Jay Beckenstien (saxophone), Tom Schuman (keyboards), Julio Fernandez (guitars), Scott Ambush (bass) and Bonny B (drums…
Mark Isaacs is recognized as a force in the Australian jazz scene, where he busily records his own albums, composes for various groups, both jazz- based and classical, perf…