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"Blackbird"  "On and On"  "Haven't We Met"   

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  • CÉCILE MCLORIN SALVANT’S TIMELESS JAZZ 05.22.17

    Only a few years into her career, the singer has absorbed the music’s history and made it her own. "...it was clear right away that the hype was justified. She sang with perfect intonation, elastic rhythm, an operatic range from thick lows to silky highs."

  • Jackiem Joyner – Main Street Beat 05.19.17

    Jackiem Joyner approached crafting “Main Street Beat” with a three-pronged purpose. “I wanted to create something upbeat, fun to listen to and something to dance to. The release of “Main Street Beat,” Joyner’s sixth album, coincides with his tenth anniversary as a recording artist.

  • Two superb pieces of Detroit jazz 05.19.17

    Billy Childs, "Rebirth" (Mack Avenue) and Christian Sands, "Reach" (Mack Avenue). This is two generations of superb mainstream jazz pianists coming from the same stellar mainstream Detroit jazz label.

  • ‘Bad Ass and Blind’: Meet Singer-Songwriter Raul Midón 05.12.17

    "I'm always trying to grow. I'm always trying to do things better. And when I go to do something, I go to do it really, really well. Whether it's writing, whether it's producing, playing. I don't want to just be good enough to have a guitar player just to play my songs." Raul Midón

  • Take Five: Diana Krall, Romero Lubambo, Jimmy Greene, Chris Washburne, Vijay Iyer 05.09.17

    “unabashed childlike exuberance and playful mischief.” You can hear those qualities in Greene’s solo, and in the playing of guitarist Mike Moreno and keyboardist Renee Rosnes."

  • Downbeat Editor’s Picks [Jimmy Greene “Flowers- Beautiful Life, Volume 2] 05.07.17

    While the first volume focused on the sorrow of his loss, this one focuses on his memories of a child with a bright personality and a love of dance. There are 11 Greene-penned tunes in this program, and they all serve as postcards of a father’s love.

  • Joey DeFrancesco & The People: Project Freedom 05.01.17

    No one alive does it better than Joey DeFrancesco, and he takes you to Sunday Morning Revivals here with a team of Jason Brown/dr, Troy Roberts/ts-ss and Dan Wilson.

  • Kevin Eubanks – East West Time Line review: a distinctive and creative guitarist 04.17.17

    Kevin Eubanks’ fourth release since the demise of The Tonight Show band is the work of an east coast musician with divided loyalties. Eubanks delivers a reminder that, despite the lengthy television detour, he remains a distinctive and creative guitarist.

  • Blind musician steals the show 04.05.17

    Raul Midón was a one-man band, simultaneously strumming while drumming on the bongos and mimicking a trumpet with his voice. "All right, be careful when you try this at home," he told the audience right before launching into his signature move.

  • A Day in the Life of ‘Badass and Blind’ Musician, Raul Midon 04.03.17

    Multi-talented musician, Raul Midon talks race, culture and how he uses his disability to generate a different perspective of the world.

  • Jelly and George brings two composers together for one evening 03.27.17

    Two guys walk into a bar. They might even be frenemies, as pianist Aaron Diehl joked to the audience, but they would have something in common — jazz-imbued music. If Ferdinand “Jelly Roll” Morton and George Gershwin had met in history, the result would be spectacular.

  • Review: ‘Jelly & George’ joins jazz pioneers Morton and Gershwin 03.27.17

    Musical greats Jelly Roll Morton and George Gershwin probably never met but awhile back, pianist Aaron Diehl decided that the two jazz pioneers should “meet” posthumously. It was a brilliant decision.