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  • Raul Midón Is Bad-A**, Blind & A 2018 GRAMMY Nominee 01.14.18

    The greatest musicians are superlative because they are authentic. They do their own thing. They take the elements of music, art and culture that move them and spin it all into something new, along the way developing an artistic vision that is unique and unwavering.

  • John Beasley salutes as well as recasts the music of Thelonious Monk 01.05.18

    John Beasley’s MONK’estra project is ambitious. It involves a 16-piece big band, plus numerous special guests: tenor saxophonist Kamasi Washington, singer Dianne Reeves, jazz violinist Regina Carter, trumpeter Dontae Winslow, among others.

  • ESSENTIAL NEW MUSIC: CÉCILE MCLORIN SALVANT’S “DREAMS AND DAGGERS” 01.05.18

    "The irreproachably hip, fiendishly virtuosic Cécile McLorin Salvant continues her one-woman revitalization of the once-grand vocal-jazz tradition with another fine showcase for her savvy and adventurous approach to both song selection and interpretation.” —Magnet Magazine

  • Cameron Graves – Planetary Prince 01.02.18

    "Thrilling technicality, earnest passion and an acute sense of style justify even the record’s over-the-top moments. Planetary Prince is an 80-minute explosion of musical ideas that reflects the musicians’ decades of prior collaboration.”

  • And Look—She’s a Star! 12.27.17

    "There’s quiet and stillness and an air of reverence in the room, no matter who’s onstage—or so there had been at the dozens of shows I’ve attended at the Vanguard until this fall, when I saw Cécile McLorin Salvant."

  • Grammy-nominated John Beasley goes off the hook on Vol. 2 of ‘MONK’estra’ 12.20.17

    "Beasley’s tribute extends the Monk legacy of profound originality, deep-seated passion for the turbulence of the times, and an openness to improvisation in whoever takes the band seat.”- Festival Peak

  • The 2017 NPR Music Jazz Critics Poll 12.20.17

    Recording live at the Village Vanguard has become a rite of passage for performers on their way up. A program ranging from '20s black vaudeville to feminist-themed originals shows off everything this talented singer can do, which is plenty. (Mack Avenue)

  • 15 Great Albums You Probably Didn’t Hear in 2017 12.19.17

    Bob Dylan has spent recent years demonstrating the Great American Songbook's greatness – however, he's hardly the only one re-animating it for a new era. Cécile McLorin Salvant, regularly and rightly, is considered one of the greatest jazz singers of her generation, but that label sells her short.

  • Music Review: Cecile McLoren Salvant, Dreams and Daggers 12.19.17

    'There's nothing ordinary about Cecile McLoren Salvant. At 27 she's made her way to the frontline of jazz by not following the usual pathway... Dreams and Daggers will offer you a high level of reward and you'll want to add the name Cecile McLoren Salvant to your future watch-list.'

  • The Best Jazz Albums of 2017 12.16.17

    Cécile McLorin Salvant, "She’s a storyteller, mining their lyrics for wit and drama that other singers, even great ones, glide by.” — "It’s the best jazz vocal album in a decade, maybe longer. Oh, and she’s 28 years old.” — Slate

  • Stanley Clarke Is the Reason You Love Music 12.15.17

    The legendary bass player, who basically invented jazz fusion, speaks about his lengthy career—from collaborating with Keith Richards to Paul McCartney to Miles Davis.

  • My Best of Jazz for 2017 12.07.17

    "If my feet were put to the fire to name the album that most impressed me this year it would have to be pianist/arranger/composer Billy Childs superb Rebirth. The album was a fountainhead of creativity played at the highest level."