Elegant. Exemplary. Erudite. Enigmatic. Those four words best describe the late Dr. George Butler, a seminal figure in the rise of the 1980s and ’90s “young … Read More “Dr. George Butler: Executive Honor” The post Dr. George Butler: Executive Honor appeared first on JazzTimes.
Just by looking at her résumé, someone who doesn’t know any better might assume that Anat Cohen is Brazilian. The Israeli-born, U.S.-based clarinetist and saxophonist … Read More “Anat Cohen: Quartetinho (Anzic)” The post Anat Cohen: Quartetinho (Anzic) appeared first on JazzTimes.
Christmas comes early as Acclaimed songwriter and Record label boss, Mama Tee releases “Peace Unto You” (John 3:16), featuring Emmanuel Awipi and Rume. The moving Christmas ballad is out today on digital platforms, click here. Sharing the inspiration behind the song, Mama Tee shares “When in I felt led to write this Christmas song. The
R&B powerhouse Leela James has scored her first award from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Her 2014 single “Fall for You” is now certified gold, selling more than 500,000 equivalent units. It’s James’ most popular song on Spotify, with 26 million streams. “My team and I decided to ‘Reach For It’ this weekend
R&B duo dvsn has announced the dates for their headlining Working On My Karma World Tour. No supporting acts have been revealed at this time. Their international trek begins Jan. 22, 2023, in Denmark. They will play across the U.K. and Europe through Feb. 8, 2023. In mid-February, dvsn will kick off the North American leg
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Kenyon Dixon has returned with Closer (Deluxe), an expanded edition of his latest album. Closer (Deluxe) features four bonus tracks, including “On My Mind,” “Getting Late (Extended),” “Love Away” and “Friend Zone.” Regarding Closer (Deluxe), Dixon says, “It’s more of the R&B we love and have always loved. I think nostalgia plays a huge part
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Poor countries facing climate hazards want the United States and other industrialized nations to compensate them for the harm caused by greenhouse gases.
Wagner Group forces launched attacks from several directions on the city of Bakhmut, though analysts said seizing it would yield little strategic value.
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