Jazz Funk Soul Kicks Off New Year With
Life And Times (Out January 25, 2019)
Paying Homage to Founding Member & Guitarist
Chuck Loeb & Welcoming New Member Paul Jackson Jr.
In 2014 three of Contemporary Jazz’s primary architects – Grammy winning pianist/keyboardist Jeff Lorber, Grammy nominated saxophonist Everette Harp and the late Grammy nominated guitar wizard Chuck Loeb joined forces to create the supergroup Jazz Funk Soul.
Innervision Records Fall Releases Include Multi-Instrumentalist Blair Bryant’s Third Outing
The southern California smooth jazz label celebrates new efforts by its versatile roster among re-releases of its specially priced critically acclaimed Holiday Collections
ALISO VIEJO, Calif. – Nov. 8, 2018 – PRLog — As we move towards the holiday season Innervision Records celebrates some great successes and are excited about upcoming releases including Bassist-Multi-Instrumentalist Blair Bryant‘s third release and second for Innervision Records, CERULEAN BLUE currently available digitally and hitting the physical streets November 9th.
Afrobeat pioneer Tony Allen & techno pioneer Jeff Mills have joined forces on Tomorrow Comes The Harvest, a new EP to be released this Friday, September 28.
Lock yourself into the beat, but don’t become prisoner to it. Mills understands that only too well. “Not being tied to other musicians when using a drum machine and electronics live can be a liberating experience,” he explains.
Miles Electric Band Founder/Drummer Vince Wilburn, Jr. Brings Radio Show “Evolution Of The Groove” To KPFK Radio 90.7FM Los Angeles
Free Form Progressive Platform Covers A Multitude Of Genres In The Spirit Of Miles
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) AUGUST 27, 2018. Miles Electric Band founder/drummer Vince Wilburn, Jr. brings radio show “Evolution Of The Groove” to KPFK Radio 90.7FM in Los Angeles. In the spirit of Miles, the free form, progressive platform will cover a multitude of genres and topics, designed to keep the cultural conversation moving forward.
Resonance Records to Release Previously Unissued Music from
Jazz Guitar Icon Grant Green
Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970)
& Slick! – Live at Oil Can Harry’s
Resonance Records is proud to be releasing the first official previously unissued recordings of Grant Green in over 10 years, representing the earliest (1969-1970) and latest (1975) known live recordings of Grant Green as a bandleader.
Todd Marcus — Baltimore, MD-Based Bass Clarinetist & Community Organizer — Releases
On These Streets: A Baltimore Story, Available April 27th
Baltimore-based Todd Marcus is one of the most renowned bass clarinetists in the world. As one of only a few jazz players who focuses solely on that instrument, he has carved out a unique sound world in modern jazz, with great virtuosic flair.
Pianist Dayramir Gonzalez Releases Sophomore Album Portraying the Voyage of a Young Havana Native Exploring Cuban Sentiments Alongside the Vanguard Sounds of New York
Cuban pianist Dayramir Gonzalez (recently welcomed as a Yamaha Artist) has innovative style, energetic performance, and impressive diversity shining through on his upcoming album,
The Grand Concourse.
Saxophonist/Composer Darryl Yokley Collaborates
with Painter Dave Emmanuel Noel for Visual Companion
Pieces Supporting Each Song on New Album,
Pictures at an African Exhibition
Picture yourself strolling through the doors of an art gallery or into the marble halls of an art museum. The walls are lined with bold, colorful images, some vivid abstracts, many assertively figurative.
Legendary Trumpeter Eddie Henderson
Explores the Many Facets of Musical Vision
on Masterful New Recording, Be Cool
Before he walks out the door on his way to a gig, 77-year-old trumpeter Eddie Henderson always gets two words of advice from his wife: be cool. The legendary trumpeter has taken that mantra to heart, and on Be Cool, his new release on Smoke Sessions Records, he shows just how hot cool can get.