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Radio & Podcasts

Diana Krall & Marty Elkins

Read "Diana Krall & Marty Elkins" reviewed by Joe Dimino


The 707th Episode of Neon Jazz is heavy on vocalists and starts with New York singer Marty Elkins and bassist Mike Richmond with a cut from their latest album 'Tis Autumn. We also hear the vocals of Staci Griesbach, Diana Krall and Vanessa Tagliabue-Yorke. From there, we dig into new music from Mariel Bildsten, Julian Lage and Doug MacDonald. Another solid hour of jazz. Enjoy. Playlist Marty Elkins and Mike Richmond “All Or Nothing At All" 'Tis Autumn ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Excuse My Dust- -Dorothy Parker Returns to New York

Read "Excuse My Dust- -Dorothy Parker Returns to New York" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


To celebrate the return of Dorothy Parker's ashes to her native New York, we open with a new version of Mrs. Parker's classic “I Wished On The Moon," performed by Diana Krall, along with new releases from saxophonist Teodross Avery, vocalist Elisabeth Lohninger, drummer Cindy Blackman Santana, violinist Tomoko Omura, pianist Maggie Herron and the Flying Horse Big Band with birthday shoutouts to Teri Thornton (pictured) Mark Winkler, Horace Silver, Claire Martin, Sherrie Maricle,Akiko Tsuruga and more. Thanks for listening ...

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Radio & Podcasts

George Gershwin, Frank Foster & Late September New Releases

Read "George Gershwin, Frank Foster & Late September New Releases" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


Birthday shout-outs to George Gershwin (with a nod to Ann Ronnell and Kay Swift, women writers that he encouraged) and saxophonist/arranger Frank Foster, along with new releases to round out the month of September. Playlist Lou Caputo “Busy Busy Busy" from Uh Oh! (Self-released) 00:00 Danny Bacher “Joy Spring" from Still Happy! (Whaling City Sound) 07:11 Bob Mintzer Big Band & The New York Voices “I'll Remember April" from Meeting of Minds (MCG Jazz) 11:10 Host speaks ...

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Live Review

Diana Krall Sextet at Mesa Arts Center

Read "Diana Krall Sextet at Mesa Arts Center" reviewed by Patricia Myers


Diana Krall Sextet Mesa Arts Center Mesa, Arizona April 8, 2014 Diana Krall applied her sultry voice and dynamic piano style to a captivating if surprising concert that combined jazz with tender childhood memories, silent-film clips and Seinfeld-style mischievous humor. In a stage setting that resembled an old-time theater, Krall mostly performed music from the 1920s and 1930s, saying she loved old music and silent movies,and that she had heard many of the songs on ...

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Year in Review

Top Ten "Most Read" Articles: 2013

Read "Top Ten "Most Read" Articles: 2013" reviewed by AAJ Staff


All About Jazz tracks how often an article is read, and the articles listed below represent our top ten published in 2013. 1. Diana Krall: Rediscovering Vaudeville in Glad Rag Doll 2. The Harlem Renaissance and American Music 3. John McLaughlin: Risk, Magic And Mystery 4. George Benson: Finding His Groove In Inspiration 5. Steven Wilson: Montreal, Canada, April 25, 2013 6. ...

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Tell Me More

Diana Krall: Rediscovering Vaudeville in Glad Rag Doll

Read "Diana Krall: Rediscovering Vaudeville in Glad Rag Doll" reviewed by Belinda Ware


Diana Krall is more than just a jazz songstress. She established herself as a solid interpreter of standards with her rendition of the Dusty Springfield's classic, “The Look of Love," making her mark with notable acoustic arrangements coupled with openly sensuous vocals carrying the tune. Krall is one of the jazz world's uniquely eclectic artists who has built a respectable longevity with her career. She is consistent as a serious jazz artist, both in the recording studio as ...

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Film Review

Diana Krall: Live in Rio

Read "Diana Krall: Live in Rio" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Diana Krall Live In Rio Eagle Eye Productions 2009

There are some music critics who will fault a successful artist for “selling out," for appealing to the lowest common denominator with music that is either highly processed or mediocre for the sake of not being offensive (read that, misunderstood). Such criticism has been leveled at Canadian pianist and singer Diana Krall, who by any standards of success is a rock star in ...


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