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ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Three Guitarists: Michael Musillami, Kristen Bromley, and Romain Pilon

Read "Three Guitarists: Michael Musillami, Kristen Bromley, and Romain Pilon" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

The more adventurous and abstract forms of jazz guitar get a lot of attention these days, but these three releases prove that mainstream guitar players still have a lot to say.

Kristen R. Bromley Trio
Simply Miraculous
Self-produced
2019

Perhaps the most amazing thing about this CD is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jay Lawrence: Sonic Paragon

Read "Sonic Paragon" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Sonic Paragon is a satisfying set grounded in the idea of broad appeal. Drummer Jay Lawrence is no purist, and he's certainly not stubbornly set on a single course, yet he's wholly cognizant of the fact that music is both for the makers and the takers. And with an understanding of that need for balance and ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Jay Lawrence, Christian Scott & More

Read "Jay Lawrence, Christian Scott & More" reviewed by Joe Dimino

Neon Jazz continues to showcase the young talent in jazz today, and this week we profile the great jazz journey of Jay Lawrence, from his 2018 CD, Sonic Parago, to a cut from the legendary Dr. Lonnie Smith off the album Keep on Lovin'.

Also featured is the rising Kansas City jazz saxophonist ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jay Lawrence Trio: Thermal Strut

Read "Thermal Strut" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

Drummer Jay Lawrence has a long and serious resume which includes teaching, composing, arranging, and working with everyone from Sammy Davis and Cher to Phil Woods and James Moody. While he's been on more than ninety recordings, this is his first as a leader--and it's a corker.

This is partly because Lawrence couldn't have chosen better ...