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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Marcus Miller at Academic Community Hall of Hong Kong Baptist University

Read "Marcus Miller at Academic Community Hall of Hong Kong Baptist University" reviewed by Rob Garratt

Marcus Miller
Academic Community Hall of Hong Kong Baptist University,
Jazz World Live Series
Hong Kong
September 12, 2019

You gotta feel for Russell Gunn--the trumpet player employed to spend around a half-hour every night being Miles Davis. Of course, as a member of Marcus Miller's band, it's not unreasonable ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Jason Miles Will Release "Kind Of New 2: Blue Is Paris" On May 12

Jason Miles Will Release "Kind Of New 2: Blue Is Paris" On May 12

Follow Up to 2015's Kind of New Features Ten Arrangements of Producer/Keyboardist's New Composition Written in Reaction to 2015 Paris Terror Attacks Legendary producer, keyboardist and composer Jason Miles’ Kind of New 2: Blue is Paris, featuring ten interpretations of the titular piece which he composed after visiting Paris in the weeks immediately following the 2015 terror ...

Darren English: Imagine Nation

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South African trumpeter Darren English (now living in Atlanta) makes an impressive debut on Imagine Nation, a mix of originals and standards. The album's centerpiece is formed by three compositions that are part of a suite paying tribute to freedom fighter Nelson Mandela. The title tune opens the album, an anthemic piece played by English with ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Darren English: Imagine Nation

Read "Imagine Nation" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Trumpeter Darren English carries the spirit of South Africa and the entire history of jazz in his horn. On this, his debut album, the Cape Town-born, Atlanta-based English pays tribute to the late Nelson Mandela, matches wits and chops with fellow trumpeters Russell Gunn and Joe Gransden on “Cherokee," partners with vocalist Carmen Bradford on a ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Jazz this week: Harry Connick Jr., St. Louis Cabaret Festival, Russell Gunn with Montez Coleman, and more

Jazz this week: Harry Connick Jr., St. Louis Cabaret Festival, Russell Gunn with Montez Coleman, and more

It's looking like a good week to get out and hear some live jazz and creative music in St. Louis, particularly for fans of vocalists. With three headliners performing for the St. Louis Cabaret Festival, plus the opening of a locally produced show paying tribute to a legendary singer, plus the much-anticipated return of one of today's ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Eric Revis: Trajectory From The Tradition

Read "Eric Revis: Trajectory From The Tradition" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

The development of an individual voice on the contrabass is important to Eric Revis, one of the strongest players on the scene. His power and musicianship has endeared him to some of the finer musicians, and bands, in jazz. But Revis isn't content to let things lie there.

Not that he has to be ...

NEWS: INTERVIEW

Not Your Classic: Carlos Redman

Not Your Classic: Carlos Redman

By CYRIL JOSH BARKER Carlos Redman is tooting his own horn across the city, becoming one of the most noted emerging musicians on the jazz scene. After spending years in the Midwest and southern U.S., the 30-year-old jazz trumpeter is making his mark on the Big Apple. With his band, Chemistry, Redman not only plays jazz, he gives ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Michael Feinberg: With Many Hands

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Atlanta is not known as a hotbed of jazz activity. Pianist/arranger Duke Pearson hailed from the city, and trumpeter Russell Gunn has a longstanding residency at the club Churchill Grounds, but on average, the metropolis rarely registers on the jazz map. On With Many Hands, 23-year old bassist Michael Feinberg's second album as a leader, the ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEWS

Icons Among Us: An Epic Jazz Documentary, Part 1

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Part 1 | Part 2



A host of visionary producers in Seattle have produced an extraordinary TV documentary on the state of contemporary jazz art and artists. Dubbed Icons Among Us: Jazz In the Present Tense, the four-part program features a virtual who's who of young jazz performers talking about their creative struggles and ...

ARTICLE: PROFILES

The Making of Icons Among Us: Jazz in the Present Tense

Read "The Making of Icons Among Us: Jazz in the Present Tense" reviewed by Eric Benson

On an August morning in 1958, a 33-year-old photographer named Art Kane gathered 57 jazz musicians together on the steps of a Harlem brownstone. The resulting picture, known as “A Great Day in Harlem," appeared in the January 1959 issue of Esquire and has become the most famous image in jazz history. The photograph lacks the ...