On her sensual and soulful debut album A MIRACLE OF LOVE, well traveled Eastern European native Diana Barash caresses her spirited blend of moods, romance and inspiration with exotic percussion, soundscape textures and ethereal atmospheres. Drawing from world music as
In a career that spans more than half a century, Sergio Mendes is an old hand at creating a unique sonic blend that electrifies a mass global audience. His knack for delivering hit after hit has made him the most
The sound of a truly fine big band makes a lasting aural impression, combining sheer grandness with the finest, intimate improvisations. We now welcome back to the stage the Peter Hand Big Band.
An all-star San Francisco Bay Area lineup delivers a refreshing take on the classic West Coast Latin Jazz sound in a small combo setting, breathing improvisational life into Michelle’s rich and varied compositions and arrangements. Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz Release Date: 2013
Lorraina Marro, jazz vocalist, wrote this emotional ballad to remind us all that just because a relationship ends, does not mean it is the end of you and all that you can be.
Contemporary jazz luminary Brian Culbertson continues to commemorate his 20th anniversary as a recording artist in a prolific way with two vastly different projects: his first live album, which will be recorded during a four-night stand (September 11-14) at Yoshi’s
THE BEST OF MADELEINE PEYROUX, FEATURING NEVER-BEFORE-RELEASED TRACK “KEEP ME IN YOUR HEART” TO STREET OCTOBER 14
Rounder Records has announced the release of Keep Me in Your Heart for a While: The Best of Madeleine Peyroux, the debut anthology of the critically acclaimed, singer-songwriter’s nearly 20-year career. The album includes favorites not only from Peyroux’s releases
ACCLAIMED SONGSTRESS MICHELLE CARR TEAMS WITH REVERED GUITARIST MARK WHITFIELD FOR NEW CD – MUTUAL MODULATIONS
The two had known each other for 15 years and were performing together at Manhattan’s famed Blue Note Jazz Club when the vision for a collaborative album struck. They’d recorded before, with Whitfield playing guitar on Carr’s debut album, Change,
Brazil has long conjured blissful imagery. Ever since Gilberto and Getz released ‘The Girl From Ipanema’ in 1964, bossa nova’s elegant smoothness has been thought to be indicative of the world’s fifth largest nation. While financial disaster nearly destroyed the