What: SOLFest Cancun Where: Moon Palace Cancun When: November 8-10, 2023 Artist lineup will be announced soon! All-inclusive room packages include: • 5 Star accommodations • Casual and à la carte dining • Beverages (alcoholic & otherwise) • Delicious snacks • 24/7 in-room service • Land sports • Fitness center • Pool & beachside service
What: Warren Hill’s Los Cabos Jazz Festival Where: Hard Rock Los Cabos When: October 8-10, 2023 Lineup: Brian Culbertson Gregory Porter Dave Koz Additional artists will be announced later. All-inclusive room packages include: • 5 Star accommodations • Casual and à la carte dining • Beverages (alcoholic & otherwise) • Delicious snacks • 24/7 in-room
Flourishing in the smooth jazz friendly confines of Skytown Records,Swedish keyboard player Mattias Roos has released his latest project,“Cali Dreaming”. With nine original compositions plus one carefully crafted cover, “Cali Dreaming”is everything one would expect from an artist who without a shadow of doubt is riding the tsunami of a burgeoning solo career. Arranged, produced
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Over three evenings (Aug. 26, 27, and 28) at two different New York City locations (Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem for the first two dates, … Read More “Heard & Seen at the 2022 Charlie Parker Jazz Festival” The post Heard & Seen at the 2022 Charlie Parker Jazz Festival appeared first on JazzTimes.
Bassist Reid Anderson hits the opening riff alone—an elliptical motif in deep, earthy tones, repeated with pensive syncopation—as the Bad Plus commence their first set … Read More “The Bad Plus Is a Quartet, For Now” The post The Bad Plus Is a Quartet, For Now appeared first on JazzTimes.
Pointman at Refiners Embassy, Singer and songwriter Pst Paul Emmanuel is out with the new 6-tracker EP titled “Holy Ghost“- a collection of spirit-stirring sounds. Pst Paul Emmanuel has a unique sound and the new EP explores his gift of heavenly rhythm collated into rapturous symphonies that make up the body of work. As he
R&B group RSVP (Ray J, Sammie, Bobby V and Pleasure P) is gearing up to release new music. The quartet shared a preview of their upcoming buzz single “Money Everywhere” via a trailer on Instagram. The dramatic clip shows behind-the-scenes footage of the guys in the studio recording the song and on set of their
Queen Naija and Big Sean’s collaboration “Hate Our Love” most-played R&B song in the country this week (Sept. 17). The song has reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart. It marks Naija’s fourth consecutive leader on this chart and the first Big Sean. Naija was last seen on top of the Adult R&B
Kem has announced a new live album. The untitled album, out Nov. 25, will celebrate 20 years since the Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and producer signed with Motown Records. He recorded the album across back-to-back September shows at The Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan. Of course, Kem will revisit some of his