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Exotic International Singer Patrina Morris Released 'Up So Close' Featuring Brian Jackson

Exotic International Singer Patrina Morris Released 'Up So Close' Featuring Brian Jackson

Source: Scott Thompson Public Relations

Patrina Morris brings a romantic summer dance feeling this month with the release of an upbeat single “Up So Close” the original 1966 vibe mix featuring Brian Jackson. Brazil meets a touch of Ibiza in this duet. Recorded in home studios, Brooklyn, Portugal, London and Brazil come together for the first time. Patrina: “We made this in an “old skool” way, before I had even met Brian in person and never released the original version, only an Ibiza remix. ...

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John Stein: 'Lifeline'

John Stein: 'Lifeline'

Source: JazzWax by Marc Myers

It's rare when a two-album set is released celebrating the career of a living jazz artist. It's even more rare that the double album should now be No. 4 on JazzWeek's jazz album chart. That's exactly what has happened with John Stein's Lifeline (Whaling City Sound). Both accomplishments are a testament to John's straight-up swing and eclecticism over the years and his passion for for tasty jazz chords. Released in June, Lifeline features 26 tracks spanning 15 albums recorded over ...

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Vocalist Jackie Ryan Honors Her Late Mother With Classics From The Latin American Songbook On 'Recuerdos De Mi Madre,' Set For October 7 Release

Vocalist Jackie Ryan Honors Her Late Mother With Classics From The Latin American Songbook On 'Recuerdos De Mi Madre,' Set For October 7 Release

Source: Terri Hinte Publicity

Having established her mastery of the Great American Songbook, San Francisco Bay Area vocalist Jackie Ryan sets her sights on the Latin American Songbook with Recuerdos de mi Madre, set for an October 7 release on the OpenArt Productions label. The album’s ten tracks are all Spanish-language standards—the backbone of Latin American popular music—performed with a core band that includes pianist/trumpeter Marco Diaz, bassist Saúl Sierra, and percussionists Carlos Caro and Louie Romero. It also features a number of special ...

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Singer/Songwriter Mark Winkler Tops JazzWeek Chart And Receives Wide Acclaim For 'Late Bloomin’ Jazzman,' His 20th Album, An Homage To Aging

Singer/Songwriter Mark Winkler Tops JazzWeek Chart And Receives Wide Acclaim For 'Late Bloomin’ Jazzman,'  His 20th Album, An Homage To Aging

Source: Mouthpiece Music

Late Bloomin' Jazzman, Mark Winkler’s 20th album, released in April 2022 on his Café Pacific Records label, may be his homage to aging, but the 72-year-old singer and songwriter is not about to slow down any time soon. Each of his previous projects has received stellar reviews and consistently topped the jazz charts, and his latest offering may be his most successful yet. Late Bloomin’ Jazzman spent 11 weeks at the top of the JazzWeek radio chart, peaking at #7. ...

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Guitarist Bobby Broom Celebrates The Jazz Piano Greats With 'Keyed Up,' Set For September 23 Release on Steele Records

Guitarist Bobby Broom Celebrates The Jazz Piano Greats With 'Keyed Up,' Set For September 23 Release on Steele Records

Source: Terri Hinte Publicity

Master jazz guitarist Bobby Broom casts his ear on the masters of another instrument—the piano—with the September 23 release of Keyed Up (Steele Records). An exploration of compositions by (or associated with) great jazz pianists, the album is also Broom’s first in almost 30 years to itself feature an acoustic pianist. Justin Dillard, a youngish, fast-rising keyboardist from Broom’s home base of jny: Chicago, joins his working trio with bassist Dennis Carroll and drummer Kobie Watkins. In fact, it was ...

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Saxophonist Aaron Liddard (Prince, Amy Winehouse & Maceo Parker) releases 'Nylon Man' on October 7, 2022

Saxophonist Aaron Liddard  (Prince, Amy Winehouse & Maceo Parker) releases 'Nylon Man' on October 7, 2022

Source: Scott Thompson Public Relations

October 7, 2022 Release Date: Nylon Man Nylon Man is the new album by saxophonist-keyboardist-arranger-composer Aaron Liddard, released on 7th October on the British independent label Havis House. Featuring a plethora of guest contributions from the likes of Carleen Anderson, Omar Puente and Miss Baby Sol, Nylon Man is 12 tracks of jazz by a UK-based artist, influenced by music of Europe, North and South America, the Caribbean and Africa. In his prolific and wide-ranging career, saxophonist-keyboardist-arranger-composer Aaron Liddard has ...

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Or Shovaly Plus Release 'Live at the New Orleans Jazz Museum' — Groove is at the heart of New Orleans-based guitarist’s debut EP

Or Shovaly Plus Release 'Live at the New Orleans Jazz Museum' — Groove is at the heart of New Orleans-based guitarist’s debut EP

Source: All About Jazz

It almost doesn’t matter whether guitarist Or Shovaly is composing music, arranging music, playing music, thinking about music, or talking about music. One point remains: Groove is at the heart and the guiding star of Or Shovaly’s music, including and especially the debut recording of his band Or Shovaly Plus, Live at the New Orleans Jazz Museum. “My number one influence is Grant Green, my favorite jazz guitarist. I love his playing because he's very groovy, very bluesy, very to ...

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Renown Brazilian Pianist Ricardo Bacelar Releases 'Congênito' Which Showcases His Virtuosic Musicianship And World-Class Recording Facility Jasmin Studio

Renown Brazilian Pianist Ricardo Bacelar Releases  'Congênito' Which Showcases His Virtuosic Musicianship And World-Class Recording Facility Jasmin Studio

Source: ARE Group

Brazilian pianist, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist Ricardo Bacelar will release his latest solo album entitled Congênito on August 5. It follows the release of the album's first single, “O último por do sol," in early July. Sonically a mix of pop, world, Jazz, and fusion, the recording showcases Bacelar's virtuosic ability as a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and accomplished producer. The project was recorded in Bacelar's state-of-the-art recording facility, Jasmin Studio, one of the few of its kind in Brazil and nearby territories. ...


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