Penn Live Arts—a performing arts presenter at the University of Pennsylvania—has organized a festival in tribute to Alice and John Coltrane to be held October … Read More “Philadelphia Festival Honors Alice and John Coltrane” The post Philadelphia Festival Honors Alice and John Coltrane appeared first on JazzTimes.
Every notable jazz reissue has an intriguing backstory, right? Live at Parnell’s, documenting a week of bruising performances by late B-3 organ master Brother Jack … Read More “Jack McDuff: Live at Parnell’s (Soul Bank)” The post Jack McDuff: Live at Parnell’s (Soul Bank) appeared first on JazzTimes.
If Ronnie Foster had never recorded anything but the spaced-out, frank and funky soul of 1972’s Two Headed Freap (recently re-released) and 1973’s Sweet Revival, … Read More “Ronnie Foster Releases First Album as a Leader in 35 Years” The post Ronnie Foster Releases First Album as a Leader in 35 Years appeared first on
TRIBL Records in partnership with JamesTown Music announce the new album BELIEVE AGAIN, from Top Gospel Artist, JJ Hairston. The GRAMMY-nominated, multiple Stellar Award winner, and Billboard Music Award-winning artist returns to the top of Billboard’s Gospel charts after being named one of the Top Gospel Artists of the Decade, with his current single, “Thankful.”
Atlanta rapper, producer, and designer, WHATUPRG‘s, name is synonymous with innovation and authenticity. His trademark combination of Latin rhythms, trap hip-hop, flawless lyricism, and captivating storytelling has enshrined him as an elite amongst his peers emerging from the Christian music scene. Still, his art is too eclectic for the limits of any sub-genre. After releasing
Nigerian gospel singer-songwriter, Bamike Adeyemi popularly known as OBA is set to mark her 50th birthday with a New Album launch and Celebration Concert tagged “THE REEMERGENCE”. Ahead of her Golden Jubilee, the worship minister who doubles as a certified leadership coach has launched a project “50/10/50activate” to equip and train 50 young minds for
Nigerian singer-songwriter and music minister, Grace Igho makes her debut on the gospel music scene with her first official single “Olorun Majemu” (Covenant Keeping God), accompanied by a music video. The rock-infused tune is a song that acknowledges God’s faithfulness to His word and His unchanging commitment to us. Grace Igho is a recording artist
Today (Sept. 30) marks the 25th anniversary of Next’s extremely impressive debut album, Rated Next. With “Too Close,” the second single from the 1997 album, the then-newly introduced trio, composed of RL, T-Low, and Tweety, became the fourth R&B act of 1998 to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Moreover, it reigned for five non-consecutive
Three years after With Time, ilham returns with a new self-titled EP. It marks the rising singer/songwriter’s first project for Def Jam. Ilham was executive produced by DannyBoyStyles and features additional co-production from him, Bizness Boi, The Fisticuffs, Julez Jadon, SVRN, Blake Straus, and NinetyFour, among others. The vibey EP possesses a breezy synergy that
R&B duo dvsn (Daniel Daley and Nineteen85) has joined forces with R&B group Jagged Edge for their new single “What’s Up.” It was co-produced by Nineteen85, Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox. “What’s Up” picks up where dvsn left off on their previous single “If I Get Caught.” Here, a lovesick Daley contemplates hitting up an