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The Bad Plus Joshua Redman Debut Album Out Now

The Bad Plus Joshua Redman Debut Album Out Now

In 2011, The Bad Plus invited saxophonist Joshua Redman to join them for a week of enthusiastically received performances at the Blue Note in jny: New York City. They then played a handful of dates before heading into the studio last year to record their debut album, The Bad Plus Joshua Redman, which is out now ...

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National Jazz Museum in Harlem Conversations on Civic Jazz with Gregory Clark, Loren Schoenberg, and Guests on June 16 - June 27

National Jazz Museum in Harlem Conversations on Civic Jazz with Gregory Clark, Loren Schoenberg, and Guests on June 16 - June 27

Civic Jazz author Gregory Clark and National Jazz Museum in Harlem Artistic Director Loren Schoenberg engage in lively conversation for five exciting sessions in June at 7:00pm. The discussions will set the context for an afternoon of 'live' music that demonstrates the swinging sort of democracy that makes jazz happen. Join us at the museum located ...

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Branford Marsalis Quartet To Reissue "Coltrane's A Love Supreme: Live In Amsterdam"

Branford Marsalis Quartet To Reissue "Coltrane's A Love Supreme: Live In Amsterdam"

This historic Marsalis Music CD/DVD, including a full performance by the Branford Marsalis Quartet at jny: Amsterdam's esteemed Bimhuis plus bonus interviews and audio-only disc, will be re-released on May 26 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original John Coltrane A Love Supreme album, released in February 1965. For Coltrane's A Love Supreme: Live In ...

EVENT

Plucky Strum CD Release Concert at Kitano Features Harvie S and Sheryl Bailey

Plucky Strum CD Release Concert at Kitano Features Harvie S and Sheryl Bailey

TWO SHOWS: 8 PM & 10 PM Kitano
66 Park Avenue (at E 38th St)
New York, NY 10016
212.885.7000 $15 cover, $20 minimum drink and food per person, per set About Plucky Strum The joy of acoustic music by Harvie S and Sheryl Bailey. Steeped in jazz but blended ...

PERFORMANCE

The Guitar Trio Plans Fall Tour

The Guitar Trio Plans Fall Tour

One of the biggest guitar festivals in Europe, the “World of Guitar" took place in Kaluga, Russia, on the 25th - 29th of May, 2015. Previous years have seen leading musicians from more than 30 countries take part in the festival. Among them were: Paco De Lucia, Al Di Meola, John Mclaughlin, Larry Coryell, Leo Brower, ...

VIDEO / DVD

Lou Bennett: Enfin, 1963

Lou Bennett: Enfin, 1963

Lou Bennett, one of finest organists of the 1960s, is little known among many jazz fans today, largely because he rarely played in the U.S. after 1960. Bennett was a bop pianist who began his career leading a piano trio in Baltimore in the late 1940s, switching to organ after hearing Jimmy Smith in 1956. He ...

BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: Joan Stiles

Jazz Musician of the Day: Joan Stiles

All About Jazz is celebrating Joan Stiles' birthday today! Pianist/composer Joan Stiles has been gaining recognition for her highly creative approach to the jazz tradition. She recently joined the roster of pianists who have appeared on Marian McPartland’s PianoJazz show and she was profiled on WBGO’s hour-long “Jazz from the Archives” broadcast. Her 2nd CD, Hurly-Burly ...

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Guitarist Willie Oteri Reissues Jazz Gunn's Concepts Of Matematoot

Guitarist Willie Oteri Reissues Jazz Gunn's Concepts Of Matematoot

Re-release date May 15, 2015 “A skillful blend of jazz-fusion and improvisational rock... chock full of instrumental wizardry." —Austin Insight Magazine Originally released on May 15, 2000, Willie Oteri’s Jazz Gunn: Concepts of MateMaToot celebrates the beauties that fifteen years of technological progress and art can offer. This rerelease includes additional detailed artwork by Miko Zen ...

VIDEO / DVD

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Terence Blanchard and the E-Collective

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Terence Blanchard and the E-Collective

When we last saw Terence Blanchard here in jny: St. Louis back in February 2014, the jny: New Orleans-born trumpeter was playing on short notice at the Sheldon as a substitute for pianist Chucho Valdes, who had canceled his long-scheduled performance there due to a mid-tour injury. Blanchard also spent a good amount of time here ...

VIDEO / DVD

Weekend Extra: Steps Ahead, Still Ahead

Weekend Extra: Steps Ahead, Still Ahead

The modern jazz sub-genre called jazz fusion emerged in the 1960s, attracted a wide audience and received extensive radio air play through the second half of the twentieth century. The music combined elements of rhythm and blues, jazz, rock, funk and, often, time signatures that were challenging for both musicians and listeners. Fusion came in for ...


 

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