Saxman Dante Lewis Releases New Album “A Sweet Love: Tribute to Anita Baker” – Available NOW on CDBaby, and ReverbNation
Hailing from Columbia, SC, is urban contemporary saxophonist Dante Lewis. The up-and-coming jazz artist shared his love for music legend Anita Baker recently with the release of tribute album “A Sweet Love: Tribute to Anita Baker” – available NOW at fine online retailers.
Drummer/Composer Reggie Quinerly Reveals a New Aspect of His Musicianship with the April 20 Release of “Words to Love,” His 3rd Recording as a Leader
RICHMOND, Calif. (PRWEB) March 26, 2018 – Reggie Quinerly is just the kind of drummer to take on a first-time challenge—like writing an album’s worth of songs featuring vocalists.
Keyboardist David Garfield opens the box with “Jazz”
The first volume of his sprawling “Outside the Box” series, “Jazz Outside the Box,” due March 23, is his first straight-ahead jazz offering illuminated by a stellar lineup.
LOS ANGELES (1 March 2018): Keyboardist David Garfield was nineteen when he got his start playing alongside influential bebop jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard.
Vocalist Allan Harris Pays Heartfelt Tribute to
Iconic Singer and Innovator of Vocalese with
The Genius of Eddie Jefferson
With his gruff, gravelly voice, his penchant for hep cat diction, and the serpentine bebop turns of his vocalese creations, the late Eddie Jefferson might not seem the ideal match for a classic romantic crooner like Allan Harris.
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.
Jazz pianist Ricardo Bacelar crafts a masterful celebration of Latin American music from a Brazilian perspective
FORTALEZA, BRAZIL (13 February 2018): Last July, pianist-composer-arranger Ricardo Bacelar jetted from his home in Brazil to Miami, the place he calls “the center of Latin music in the world,” where he gathered an ensemble of Latin American musicians to honor the roots of Brazilian music while incorporating each musician’s unique culture on a jazz-centered album.