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Smokin' at The Nash

Read "Smokin' at The Nash" reviewed by Dave Kaufman

Jazz cognoscenti may not think of jny: Phoenix as a hotbed of great jazz. However, a confluence of factors contributes to a remarkably vibrant jazz scene. The city boasts a wealth of excellent jazz education programs spread across universities and community colleges. This has attracted great musicians and educators from around the country who play the ...

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Sonny Rollins: Holding The Stage: Road Shows, Vol. 4

Read "Holding The Stage: Road Shows, Vol. 4" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The day may come when the well runs dry, but that day is not upon us. The fourth installment of Sonny Rollins' Road Shows series has arrived, bringing more beauties from the archives to light while bearing out that the genius of the Saxophone Colossus is best demonstrated on the stage. That's where the magic has ...

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Keigo Hirakawa Trio: And Then There Were Three

Read "And Then There Were Three" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Pianist Keigo Hirakawa clearly loves bebop, and bandmates Eddie Brookshire (bass) and Fenton Sparks (drums) are on the same page. There's energy and swing in abundance here, and while it is contemporary jazz, it's also telling that their cover of the great bebop pianist Bud Powell's classic “Dance Of The Infidels" fits right in with the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Sonny Rollins: Road Shows, Vol. 3

Read "Road Shows, Vol. 3" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The third installment of tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins' live performances, Road Shows, Volume 3 is the most uniformly outstanding of the series. A task that is hard to achieve since the first two albums were superb musical gems in their own right. Despite covering a span of 11 years the current disc demonstrates extreme thematic cohesiveness, ...

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Sonny Rollins's "Road Shows, Vol. 3" To Be Released May 6 By Doxy/Okeh/Sony Music Masterworks

Sonny Rollins's "Road Shows, Vol. 3" To Be Released May 6 By Doxy/Okeh/Sony Music Masterworks

Since launching his Doxy label in 2006 with the Grammy-nominated studio album Sonny, Please, the great tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins has been turning to his vast archive of his own concert recordings to compile superior performances for release in Doxy’s acclaimed Road Shows series. The selections in Volume 1 (2008) spanned nearly 30 years and included ...

NEWS: RADIO

Stephen Scott Quartet Performs Worldwide On WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat, 1/18/13

Please join our audience for another great musical performance on WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat Friday, January 18th, 2013, 1:00pm Eastern U.S. Featuring The Stephen Scott Quartet With a career that spans decades, Mr. Scott has performed and/or recorded with Jazz legends Wynton Marsalis, Sonny Rollins, Freddie Hubbard, Bennie Golson, Dexter Gordon, Pieces of a Dream, ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Craig Handy: The Busiest Man In Jazz

Read "Craig Handy: The Busiest Man In Jazz" reviewed by Robert Dugan

Saxophonist Craig Handy is a musician's musician. Those “in the know" know about him, which is why he's been a first call player in New York for over two decades. He is a careful, thoughtful improviser--expansive and precise. His solos build on a rich knowledge of the tradition at the same time as they often set ...

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Take Five With Mwalim *7)

Read "Take Five With Mwalim *7)" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Mwalim *7): Mwalim is the type of soul artist who embodies the time-honored tradition of the multifaceted singer, songwriter and producer. Emerging from the east coast small club circuit, followed by several years lending his talents to other artists projects and a writer, musician, and producer.Instrument(s):Piano, voice, African percussion, viola.

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Krzysztof Popek: Estate

Read "Estate" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Alto flautist Krzysztof Popek gives his music another vantage point with Estate. From Poland, Popek has long been part of a very fertile and evolving turf that included Michal Urbaniak, Tomasz Stanko and Jaroslaw Smietana. It was in this environment that Popek established himself as the leading flautist of the country. But boundaries dissolve with the ...


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