Vocalist Mary Stallings Reflects on
80 Years of Life in Music on
Songs Were Made To Sing
Acclaimed Singer Tells Her Personal Story
Through 13 Classics with Stellar Band Featuring
David Hazeltine and Eddie Henderson
Not a single lyric on Songs Were Made To Sing was written by Mary Stallings, but each one represents a chapter in her life and a piece of her soul.
Available Tomorrow via Rondette Jazz:
Vocalist John Dokes Explores Every
Aspect of Romance, From the Unrequited
to the Tempestuous with New Album True Love
There’s a love song to capture every aspect of romance, from the unrequited to the tempestuous. With True Love (available tomorrow via Rondette Jazz), vocalist John Dokes turns his attention, and his elegant baritone, to something deeper.
San Francisco’s Historic Keystone Korner Reborn in
Baltimore, Legendary Jazz Club Set to Open
April 30 on International Jazz Day
NEA Jazz Master Todd Barkan and Michelin-starred chef Robert Wiedmaier have joined forces to relaunch Keystone Korner, the legendary San Francisco (and later) Tokyo club that set the standard for jazz performance in the ‘70s, ‘80s, and ’90s.
HOLLY COLE TRANFORMS LOSS INTO LOVE AND INSPIRATION ON
SHANACHIE DEBUT HOLLY (OUT 4/26)
Grammy-Winning Producer Russ Titelman Enlists Cole’s Longtime Trio with
Aaron Davis and David Piltch and Plus Guests Wycliffe Gordon, Larry Goldings, Ben Street,
Ed Cherry, Justin Faulkner, Davide DiRenzo & Scott Robinson
The Great American Songbook repertoire is what many argue to be the pinnacle of American popular music and one of this country’s greatest cultural contributions to the world.
Vocalist Douyé Embraces the African Roots That Underlie
American Jazz, Brazilian Samba, and Bossa Nova with
New Album, Quatro (Bossa Nova Deluxe)
Available April 5, 2019 via Rhombus Records
Ever since its creation nearly 60 years ago, bossa nova has been celebrated as a lyrical fusion of American jazz and Brazilian samba. The family tree of both of those musics, however, can be followed back to their African roots.
Quincy Jones Presents:
Monday, March 4, 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 10, 6:00 p.m.
Experience the artistry of an exhilarating up-and-coming singer-songwriter/pianist: soul, gospel and R&B musician, Sheléa, with host Quincy Jones and musical guest David Foster. Filmed in LA at The Majestic Downtown, this musical special features a Whitney Houston medley, a tribute to Aretha Franklin and even some musical theater. Produced by PBS SoCal.
Singer Carolyn Fitzhugh Demonstrates Flourishing Vocal & Compositional Chops on “Living in Peace,” Set for March 15 Release by IYOUWE Records
RICHMOND, CALIF. (PRWEB) FEB. 18, 2019 – Carolyn Fitzhugh’s soul-infused jazz vocals attain new heights with her March 15 release of “Living in Peace,” for Lenny White’s IYOUWE Records.
Jazz guitarist Reza Khan finds “Home” while traveling abroad
The single, “Drop of Faith” featuring Nils, will pave the arrival of his fifth album,
“Next Train Home,” arriving April 5.
NEW YORK CITY (20 February 2019): Severely dehydrated from the oppressive heat during his travels from Mali to Uganda, Reza Khan was hospitalized after collapsing in a United Nations office.