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  • Monterey Jazz highlights: Tribute to Quincy Jones, stellar performances 09.22.16

    The annual jazz festival included a tribute to musician, producer, conductor, entertainment-company executive and humanitarian Quincy Jones, who grew up in Seattle, as well as the great performances the event is known for.

  • Cecile McLorin Savant [Stereophile] 09.13.16

    How the hell could I have missed Cecile McLorin Salvant? It's not as if she's been toiling in obscurity. She won the Thelonious Monk award in 2010, the Downbeat Critics' Prize for best jazz album (WomanChild) in 2014, and a Grammy for best jazz vocal album (For One to Love) just this year. She's been singing with her trio at the Village Vanguard this past week, and every set has been sold out or nearly so.

  • New York jazz club Blue Note opens in Beijing [China.org] 09.06.16

    Grammy-winning saxophonist Kenny Garrett came to Beijing for the first time in 2005 to write music after being drawn to the city by a book on erhu, the traditional Chinese instrument, which he had bought in Ireland earlier.

  • KIRK WHALUM: PASTORING THE FLOCK IN MEMPHIS AND BEYOND [JAZZ WEEKLY] 09.02.16

    KIRK WHALUM STILL LIVES IN THE CITY WHERE HE WAS BORN. HAVING TOURED AND MAKING FAME WITH WHITNEY HOUSTON DURING HER “I’LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU” DAYS, HE NOW LIVES THE LIFE OF MIXING SOULFUL JAZZ AND ‘JAZZING UP’ CHURCH SONGS.

  • John Beasley’s MONK’estra Reinvents Thelonious Monk for the 21st Century [LA Weekly] 08.31.16

    Jazz pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader John Beasley began his career in the early 1980s, around the time jazz’s Young Men in Suits proclaimed that bebop was the one true way of life. They spoke solemnly about “keeping the flame,” “honoring the tradition” and other such homilies. Record companies, clubs and festivals got out their checkbooks and rewarded these young firebrands, many of whom would have been rated as just OK in the eras they sought to reconstitute.

  • Jonathan Butler One on One Interview [Trumpet Magazine] 08.31.16

    One on One interview with international recording artist Jonathan Butler

  • Jonathan Butler Brings the House Down [The Monitor] 08.31.16

    Gaborone International Music and Culture week (GIMC) started in a loud roar on Saturday night when Jonathan Butler, Re Batswana Music Ensemble and Sereetsi & The Natives brought the house down with soulful jazz.

  • Warren Wolf: Convergence [All About Jazz] 08.23.16

    The paucity of jazz vibraphonists may be due in part to the complexity of mastering an instrument that's like a hybrid of drums, percussion and piano. Notwithstanding, one of the instrument's brightest stars is 36 year old Baltimore native Warren Wolf.

  • Raul Midon hits the road for US Tour, finishes new album [SoulTracks] 08.23.16

    Singer-songwriter and guitarist Raul Midón is one of music's most distinctive and searching voices. He is "a one-man band who turns a guitar into an orchestra and his voice into a chorus," according to The New York Times. 

  • Cecile McLorin Salvant [San Diego Union-Tribune] 08.15.16

    Rising vocal sensation Cécile McLorin Salvant is not the first young Grammy Award-winner to warmly thank her parents for their early and unwavering musical support. But she may well be one of the first to suggest, with a broad smile, that a certain degree of fear may also have been also a factor. 

  • “SOUNDS OF SUMMER” WITH JOHN BEASLEY’S MONKESTRA 08.15.16

    Host Bonnie Johnson continues her "Sounds of Summer" series with pianist, composer, and arranger John Beasley about his new release MONK’estra, Volume 1 (Mack Avenue Records). The GRAMMY® and Emmy Award-nominated bandleader will take his 15-piece big band out on a European tour in anticipation of Thelonious Monk's imminent centennial in 2017.

  • Dominick Farinacci “​Short Stories” [Hot House Jazz] 08.08.16

    "Short Stories"  finds the 30-something trumpeter fashioning often sophisticated, elaborate versions of tunes culled from the worlds of pop, folk and jazz into distinctive, highly suggestive narrative arcs. The producer is famed pop music auteur Tommy LiPuma who, like the trumpeter, is a native of Cleveland.

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