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  • Signing Story: Jesse Palter 01.09.19

    A melancholy yet exuberant reflection on a love left behind, “Paper Trail,” the title track to Jesse Palter’s debut EP, is the perfect metaphor for the journey the multi-talented singer-songwriter has been on these past few years. As serendipity would have it, just as she was transitioning from being an accomplished jazz singer, Aristry Music, a division of Mack Avenue Records, was looking to expand from its jazz foundations into other genres. She is now the label’s first signed developing singer-songwriter.

  • Raul Midón: If You Really Want 01.09.19

    Not every singer knows how to connect with a full orchestra and, certainly, not every orchestra is equipped to accompany a non-classical vocalist. But Raul Midón and the 50-pluspiece Dutch Metropole Orkest have it down. The orchestra, founded in 1945 and conducted on this latest collaborative effort by Vince Mendoza, has been working with vocalists for years.

  • Tia Fuller, fierce woman in jazz, takes shot at 1st Grammy 01.09.19

    Saxophonist Tia Fuller was crying in bed. And praising God.

    She’d just received the news that she was nominated for her first-ever Grammy Award — but it’s not just any nomination: Her inclusion in the best jazz instrumental album category is a historic moment for women because they have rarely been nominated for the coveted award throughout the Grammys’ 61-year history.

    And if Fuller wins, she becomes just the second women to take home the prize.

  • ‘The Window’ Showcases The Wide-Ranging Talent Of Singer Cécile McLorin Salvant 11.27.18

    McLorin Salvant's powerful voice takes center state on her new album, a duo with pianist Sullivan Fortner. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says the music on The Window is riveting.

  • Tower of Power’s Emilio Castillo says he’s “very proud” of band’s “diverse” new album 11.26.18

    This year, veteran Bay Area band Tower Power has been promoting its 25th studio album, Soul Side of Town, with an expansive tour that's also commemorating the horn-driven outfit's 50th anniversary.

  • Jonathan Butler remembers when black South Africans gained the right to vote 11.26.18

    In the wake of Tuesday’s midterm elections, Jonathan Butler is remembering when black South Africans gained the right to vote in 1994.

  • Cécile McLorin Salvant: Wide Open Window 11.26.18

    Taken together, Ogresse and The Window strongly suggest that Salvant is the kind of performer who does it her way. At this point in her still relatively new career, she’s earned the rare opportunity to write her own ticket, and make outré gestures that defy expectation. Refreshingly, she isn’t chasing any commercial ideal of what a jazz singer should be—and in fact, it isn’t even apparent that she wants her audience to regard her as a jazz singer in the first place.

  • Macy Gray Still Makes Her Entire Crew Do Shots of Fireball Before Shows 11.12.18

    Macy Gray reveals her greatest vices to us, including favorite snacks, alcohol of choice, and more! 

  • ‘Old School Is the Sh-t’: Inside Veteran Soul Singers’ Battle to Make New Fans 11.08.18

    Jeffrey Osborne, L.J. Reynolds and Lenny Williams, Seventies soul hitmakers, are all pushing to reach new listeners on the airwaves

  • Review: Christian Sands: Facing Dragons 10.11.18

    Save for a busy, perhaps too restrained take on The Beatles' "Yesterday" and the predictable South American rhythm driven "Sangueo Soul," Facing Dragons is pianist Christian Sands third powerhouse release in a shade over two years. [All About Jazz]

  • Album Review: Cécile McLorin Salvant’s ‘The Window’ 10.11.18

    The multiple-Grammy-winning 29-year-old offers a master class in jazz singing with her fourth album, which benefits from a pianist who sounds as majestically unhinged as she does. [Variety]

  • Cecile McLorin Salvant 10.11.18

    When the jazz vocalist Cécile McLorin Salvant sings “Somewhere” on her fifth album, The Window, she approaches the American standard with complete knowledge of its monumental past—and its possibilities in the present. [Pitchfork]