Monthly Archives: March 2013

Berks Jazz Fest 2013

The 23nd annual Boscov’s Berks Jazz Fest will take place on on April 5-14, 2013. The festival is well known for its friendly atmosphere and the numerous volunteers that help things go smoothly, in addition to the large number of

Earl Klugh’s Weekend of Jazz

GRAMMY® Award-Winning guitarist Earl Klugh annually invites jazz and music enthusiasts to a unique, luxurious getaway at the Mobil Travel Guide Five-Star, AAA Five-Diamond BROADMOOR Resort in Colorado Springs. It’s the perfect destination to enjoy exceptional hospitality, accommodations and world-class



No need for a leap of faith where Bluey’s concerned – as we’ve been loving his music with Incognito for many many years, and we’re more than happy to hear the man on his own! The vibe here is every

2 Good to Go – Flying High

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Born the fifth child of nine in a very musical family, I attended Wichita State University in 1987 and 1988 to study music theory and saxophone. I produce my own unique style of future jazz, acid jazz, groove jazz and

Peggy Duquesnel – Seems Like I Know You


Transitioning from straight-ahead jazz and inspirational music to showcase her skillset as a contemporary singer-songwriter, classically trained pianist Peggy Duquesnel got to know jazz fusion keyboard pioneer Jeff Lorber and bassist Jimmy Haslip (Yellowjackets) in order to co-produce Seems Like

Akua Allrich – Uniquely Standard, Akua Allrich Live!


Akua Allrich, a native of the District of Columbia, taps into a variety of musical styles as her influences. She has roots in blues, soul, R&B and jazz. Hints of each can be heard in Uniquely Standard, Akua Allrich Live!

Antonio Sanchez: New Life (2013)


Antonio Sanchez is one of the most respected drummers working today. Sanchez transcends genre with the ability to literally play and adapt to any situation with virtually any ensemble. Sanchez will release New Life on 02/26/13. Having spent significant time

Aaron Neville: My True Story (2013)


My True Story is New Orleans royalty Aaron Neville’s first recording in three years and his first for Blue Note Records. Most recently, Neville has been covering familiar territory with I Know I’ve Been Changed (EMI Gospel, 2010), Bring It

Ross Milligan – What You Wish For


Composer and guitarist Ross Milligan has played, toured and recorded with artists as diverse as Trip Hop Artist Tricky, Horse, Pee Wee Ellis, Barbara Morrison, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Emily Smith, The Pasadena Roof Orchestra, Jeb Loy Nichols, Sir George Martin, Tony

John Dukich – Down in Brazil


It’s unthinkable that a person could experience Brazil and not get caught up in the wonder and variety of the South American nation’s culture, particularly its music. John Dukich, like many before him, got caught up – so much so