Next at the Kennedy Center, a new prime-time TV series that is the product of a collaboration between the John F. Kennedy Center for the … Read More “Kennedy Center’s New TV Series Premieres with Mingus Tribute” The post Kennedy Center’s New TV Series Premieres with Mingus Tribute appeared first on JazzTimes.
With a sneak peek from her upcoming album, the wonderful Maysa Leak is back with what will surely be a blast for the steppers crowd everywhere. Titled ‘Whatever’ it leads off with a steady beat and a jam that will pull even the most tired of dancing feet to the floor.
Who: Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox What: The Past Lane Tour The post Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox – The Past Lane Tour appeared first on Smooth Jazz and Smooth Soul.
Who: Pentatonix What: A Christmas Spectacular Tour The post Pentatonix – A Christmas Spectacular Tour 2022 appeared first on Smooth Jazz and Smooth Soul.
The globally admired Bocelli family has released an extra special, original single entitled “The Greatest Gift” along with an enchanting accompanying video, marking the first music video shot with the three family members. The spectacular video celebrates the priceless connection found in families and friendships with a hint of Christmas wonder. The video was captured by
Two groundbreaking female improvisers, cellist Tomeka Reid and electronic musician Ikue Mori, were among the 25 people selected this year to receive fellowships from the … Read More “Tomeka Reid and Ikue Mori Are 2022 MacArthur Fellows” The post Tomeka Reid and Ikue Mori Are 2022 MacArthur Fellows appeared first on JazzTimes.
Of all the jazz records that addressed the interiority of lockdown, alto saxophonist Miguel Zenón and pianist Luis Perdomo’s 2020 album El Arte del Bolero … Read More “Miguel Zenón: Música de las Américas (Miel)” The post Miguel Zenón: Música de las Américas (Miel) appeared first on JazzTimes.
Like stripping away the layers of an onion sax-man Michael J Thomas has, through a sequence of singles, been gradually revealing the contents of his EP ‘Outside The Door’. A consummate cover of the Tears For Fears 1985 hit ‘Everybody Wants to Rule The World’ (with a powerhouse trumpet solo from the legendary Randy Brecker)
Georgy Porgy Mo Louis Saxophone – Mo Louis Drums – Dan Needham Bass – Cornelius Mims Percussion – Lenny Castro Rhodes – Carnell Harrel Produced By Euge Groove The post Mo Louis ‘Georgy Porgy’ – LISTEN appeared first on Smooth Jazz and Smooth Soul.
Rising Sun marks the recording debut of Jon Irabagon’s new quartet. The tenor saxophonist is joined by three established leaders in their own right: Matt … Read More “Jon Irabagon: Rising Sun (Irabbagast)” The post Jon Irabagon: Rising Sun (Irabbagast) appeared first on JazzTimes.