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NEWS: BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: Wayne Krantz

Jazz Musician of the Day: Wayne Krantz

All About Jazz is celebrating Wayne Krantz's birthday today!

Ex-sideman with Steely Dan, Michael Brecker, Billy Cobham and others, has made six albums under his own name since 1991; three on the Enja label ("Signals", “Long to Be Loose" and “2 Drink Minimum"), one on the Alchemy label ("Separate Cages") and, most recently, the self-produced ...

Jeff Berlin: Joe Frazier Round 3 (CD Single)

Read "Joe Frazier Round 3 (CD Single)" reviewed by John Kelman

In the world of music, there are plenty of “could have beens," but far fewer “should have beens." Count Jeff Berlin amongst the latter. The American electric bassist first made a number of marks in the second half of the musically innovative 1970s on a series of '76 recordings by singers Patti Austin and Esther Phillips, ...

ARTICLE: SOCAL JAZZ

Tal Wilkenfeld Live At The Belly Up Tavern

Read "Tal Wilkenfeld Live At The Belly Up Tavern" reviewed by Jim Worsley

To be blessed with such an abundance of talent, vision, and spirit is a precious gift. We are all so very fortunate that Tal Wilkenfeld shares that appropriately bestowed gift with us every time she walks onto a stage or into a recording studio.

Wednesday night, November 15, 2017, the now 30 year old ...

NEWS: BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: Wayne Krantz

Jazz Musician of the Day: Wayne Krantz

All About Jazz is celebrating Wayne Krantz's birthday today!

Ex-sideman with Steely Dan, Michael Brecker, Billy Cobham and others, has made six albums under his own name since 1991; three on the Enja label ("Signals", “Long to Be Loose" and “2 Drink Minimum"), one on the Alchemy label ("Separate Cages") and, most recently, the self-produced ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

King Crimson at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier / Massey Hall

Read "King Crimson at Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier / Massey Hall" reviewed by John Kelman

Part 1 | Part 2


An Evening with King Crimson
Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier / Massey Hall
Le Festival International de Jazz de Montréal / Non-Festival Event
Montréal, Canada / Toronto, Canada
July 3, 2017 / July 5, 2017

Having covered the reunited, refreshed and reinvigorated “seven-headed Beast of ...

Take Five with Brian Kastan

Read "Take Five with Brian Kastan" reviewed by Brian Kastan

About Brian Kastan
Brian Kastan plays electric/acoustic guitar, electric bass, and composes soundtracks for T.V. and Film. He played guitar on Rhys Chatham's A Crimson Grail (Nonsuch Records, 2010) which was recorded live at Lincoln Center. is an award winning nature photographer with gallery shows in NYC, Europe and Asia. He holds a Bachelor's degree ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Jim Ridl: Door in a Field V2, Songs of the Green River

Read "Jim Ridl: Door in a Field V2, Songs of the Green River" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

This is pianist Jim Ridl's seventh album as a leader, and all revolve around specific motifs involving people, places, things, images, and words. For example, his debut CD, Five Minutes to Madness and Joy (Synergy Music, 1999), is based on a poem by Walt Whitman which Ridl then elaborated upon in a variety of musical expressions. ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Eden Bareket Trio: Choice

Read "Choice" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Baritone saxophone specialists, like their soprano-playing counterparts, seem a breed apart from their “normal" alto-and tenor- playing brethren. In a world where it's increasingly difficult to stand out from a gaggle of technically awesome young saxophonists, one can almost predict that more players will be specializing in these “second string" instruments. If Choice by Argentinian bari-specialist ...

NEWS: EVENT

Maverick Guitarist Wayne Krantz Announces Fall Tour With 2x Salvation

Maverick Guitarist Wayne Krantz Announces Fall Tour With 2x Salvation

Wayne Krantz, the innovative and improvisational guitarist, announces his FALL 2016 US “Undercover Pop Tour." This time out Krantz brings his unique sensibilities to the works of a wide cross-section of musicians: Sonic Youth, Talib Kweli & Mos Def, Paul McCartney, Ryuichi Nakamoto, Jethro Tull and others. Taking two different bands on the road for this ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Jim Ridl: Opening Doors in the Big Apple

Read "Jim Ridl: Opening Doors in the Big Apple" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Something fresh and vital is in the air when a truly creative musician is about to release a new album. Jim Ridl's Door in a Field: Volume II: Songs of the Green River, an independent release, is full of surprises and rich in musical ideas. The album is set to be released in early Fall, and ...