No stopping soul-jazz flutist Ragan Whiteside
Her fifth collection, “Five Up Top,” drops Friday as she enjoys a Billboard Top 10 hit streak
ATLANTA (18 November 2020): Riding a hot streak of six consecutive Billboard Top 10 singles, soul-jazz flutist Ragan Whiteside will drop her new EP, “Five Up Top,” on Friday on the Randis Music label.
MASEGO’S STUDYING ABROAD EP OUT TODAY VIA EQT RECORDINGS AND CAPITOL RECORDS
LIVESTREAM SHOW CONFIRMED FOR NOVEMBER 17TH
Masego releases his new EP, Studying Abroad, via EQT Recordings and Capitol Records. The project sees Masego walk the listener through every phase of a relationship, from its blissful beginnings to its tragic ending. Sonically, the six-track collection explores uncharted territory with sampling from an international palette of sounds and styles.
Multi-platinum writer/producer returns with a new single “No Kids Allowed”
Legendary producer/writer, Keith Andes (who has produced for the likes of After 7, James Ingram, Jon B, Johnny Gill, Deborah Cox, to name a few) returns with the incredible new single featuring the amazing and gifted, Carmen Harrell.
Award-Winning Entertainer Darius de Haas Debuts Holiday Single “Let Me Carry You This Christmas”
NEW YORK, Nov. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Award-winning actor and singer Darius de Haas pays homage to family and holiday traditions with the release of “Let Me Carry You This Christmas,” written and composed by Emmy-nominated songwriters Thomas Mizer and Curtis Moore, available now across all digital outlets.
DARE Gospel Recording Artist
Releases New Single, and Shares Personal Testimony of Her Battle with COVID-19
(New York, NY – November 12, 2020) – Gospel recording artist Shontelle Norman-Beatty is blessed with phenomenal talent. The new DARE Records artist shows off her vocals on her first single, a contemporary spin on the classic “Jesus Will Fix It (Trouble in My Way),” available on digital and streaming platforms including Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora, and Tidal on Friday, November 20, 2020.
The Board of Directors of the Louis Armstrong
Educational Foundation Announces Second Round
of Emergency Funds for NYC Jazz Musicians
NEW YORK, NY — After allocating $1 million in financial support to New York-area musicians who lost income due to coronavirus-related closures beginning in March, the Board of Directors of the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation (LAEF) today announced a second round of grants from The Louis Armstrong Emergency Fund for Jazz Musicians.