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Cheryl Hodge: Chasing the Muse

Read "Cheryl Hodge: Chasing the Muse" reviewed by Kathy Sanborn

Award-winning jazz and blues artist Cheryl Hodge shares how she manages to thrive in the dark and light of today's music business. With a 2016 release (Living Off the Grid) and a persistent attitude, Hodge continues to navigate the sometimes choppy waters of a music career on her own terms. Just nominated for another Hollywood Music ...


Criss Cross Jazz Roundup

Read "Criss Cross Jazz Roundup" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

In the past several years there has been a marked change in the jazz landscape that has somehow managed to further spread the demarcation lines between those musicians who practice mainstream leanings and those with a hyper vigilance towards the new avant-garde. Oddly enough, leave it to Criss Cross Jazz, a label that has historically been ...


Tamir Hendelman: Living a Dream

Read "Tamir Hendelman: Living a Dream" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

One of those “overnight sensations" who's been working steadily for years, Israeli-born pianist and composer Tamir Hendelman has finally caught a rocket. A member of the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra and the Jeff Hamilton Trio, as well as leader of his own groups, Hendelman is also a first-call arranger and accompanist for some of the best vocalists ...