*Michelle Obama has announced U.S. tour dates in support of her new book, “The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times.” Produced by Live Nation, and Crown, an imprint of Random House, the six-city U.S. tour will kick off in Washington, D.C. at Warner Theatre on November 15. The book tour will also make stops
*“It’s a chance to record what we want,” said six-time platinum selling Gospel/Smooth Jazz pianist Ben Tankard about executive producing his reality show “Thicker Than Water: The Tankards” (Amazon/Tubi/CJC) and its airing on his 24-hour Smooth Life Network launching October 1, 2022. The “Thicker Than Water: The Tankards” reality show premiered its 4th season on
“Crush” is the ultimate way to carry the sound, warmth and unbridled excitement of Summer well into the Fall and Winter seasons. Infectious, blistering guitar melodies and solos, sweetened with Tower of Power style horns while imagining artists from 3 different generations, Wes Montgomery, Earth Wind and Fire, and Bruno Mars, all performing on the same stage together. The track was
The University of Hartford’s Hartt School has appointed Delfeayo Marsalis its 2022-23 Artist in Residence. Marsalis will work with students at the school’s Jackie McLean Institute … Read More “Delfeayo Marsalis Is the Hartt School’s New Artist in Residence” The post Delfeayo Marsalis Is the Hartt School’s New Artist in Residence appeared first on JazzTimes.
The spell that Allison Wheeler casts with her debut album Winterspring felt more potent the third time through, and each subsequent spin deepened the reverie. A poetic … Read More “Allison Wheeler: Winterspring (Ubuntu)” The post Allison Wheeler: Winterspring (Ubuntu) appeared first on JazzTimes.
If, as he states in the album’s press materials, Geoffrey Keezer wanted Playdate to punctuate his versatility, he sure gets right down to it. A … Read More “Geoffrey Keezer & Friends: Playdate (MarKeez)” The post Geoffrey Keezer & Friends: Playdate (MarKeez) appeared first on JazzTimes.
If we’re going out on a limb and calling the music that trombonist, vocalist, and songwriter Natalie Cressman makes—as soloist, as side-and-session person, in a duet … Read More “Natalie Cressman Turns Down the Volume” The post Natalie Cressman Turns Down the Volume appeared first on JazzTimes.
Long esteemed for her versatility, daring, and wide range of talents, Terri Lyne Carrington is outdoing herself with the release of her New Standards project in … Read More “Terri Lyne Carrington Establishes “New Standards” on Several Fronts” The post Terri Lyne Carrington Establishes “New Standards” on Several Fronts appeared first on JazzTimes.
Generation Z’s favorite gospel singer, Zacardi Cortez has dropped his third album and he aims for it to touch every generation. “There’s something for everyone,” he says. Imprint (Live in Memphis) (ZetRoc / Black Smoke Music Worldwide) is the Houston native’s most poignant, personal project yet and the first for his own ZetRoc label. “This
Renowned worship leader Don Moen has released a new single titled “Goodness of God”, featuring Rachel Robinson. The song is a reimagination of Bethel Music’s widely received worship anthem with the same title “Goodness of God” originally released in 2019. “Goodness of God” is a song of worship and gratitude that acknowledges the faithfulness of