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Lisa B Will Release Reverberant: Poems & Music On October 11

Lisa B Will Release Reverberant: Poems & Music On October 11

New Release Highlights Both Aspects of Lisa B’s Work, Featuring the Singer and Poet Reciting and Singing Her Original Poetry Within Jazz and Creative Music Settings Singer and poet Lisa B (Lisa Bernstein) will release her seventh album, Reverberant: Poems & Music, on October 11. The new record joins the two strands of Lisa B’s work, vocal ...

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Daniela Soledade, Vocalist With Deep Roots In Traditional Brazilian Music, Will Release Her Debut Album, A Moment Of You, On September 6

Daniela Soledade, Vocalist With Deep Roots In Traditional Brazilian Music, Will Release Her Debut Album, A Moment Of You, On September 6

Daniela Soledade may initially seem like a fresh name in Brazilian music, but the vocalist’s impact immediately strikes a chord as encountered on her debut album, A Moment of You (Blue Line Music Records, 2019). A carefully curated set of Bossa Nova gems (while dodging the most obvious choices), Brazilian-ized standards and original songs, created in ...

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Guitarist Ryan Blotnick Releases New Album, The Officical Score For The Netflix Documentary, Knock Down The House

Guitarist Ryan Blotnick Releases New Album, The Officical Score For The Netflix Documentary, Knock Down The House

Remixed tracks feature members of Grizzly Bear, Glass Ghost, The Band's Visit, and Lou Reed's former musical director Jane Scarpantoni Guitarist Ryan Blotnick’s work has been widely praised by critics, from Nate Chinen of the NY Times, who said of his 2012 Release, Solo, Volume 1, “He's not afraid of starkness or silence, and he knows how ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Suncoast Jazz Festival Expands Roster To Include More Nationally Known Artists, With Jason Marsalis & The 21st Century Trad Band As Headliners

Suncoast Jazz Festival Expands Roster To Include More Nationally Known Artists, With Jason Marsalis & The 21st Century Trad Band As Headliners

This year marks the 29th anniversary of the Suncoast Jazz Festival, which takes place every November on the travel-award-winning Clearwater Beach. In its early years, the festival featured bands and musicians with a focus on early jazz, but more recently, working with acclaimed guitarist Nate Najar, has expanded its line-up from traditional jazz to include swing, ...

Vocalist Daniela Soledade Launches An Indigogo Campaign For Her Upcoming Album, A Moment Of You

Vocalist Daniela Soledade Launches An Indigogo Campaign For Her Upcoming Album, A Moment Of You

On April 5, Brazilian vocalist Daniela Soledade released her first single, “So Nice (Summer Samba,)” gaining immediate attention from media outlets such as The Best of Brazil. Daniela will release her debut full-length album, A Moment of You, on September 6. She’s running an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for the recording, mixing, mastering and promotion ...

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Daniela Soledade Wants To Bring Bossa Back

Daniela Soledade Wants To Bring Bossa Back

Daniela Soledade is a new and compelling voice on the Brazilian musical landscape, one both fresh on the ears and blessed with authentically deep roots. Her family line includes her father Paulinho, an artist-producer whose resume includes work with Ivan Lins and Gilberto Gil. Delving yet deeper, her grandfather Paulo helped create Brazilian music foundations, writing ...

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Consider The Source To Release You Are Literally A Metaphor, Their First Album In Four Years, On March 1

Consider The Source To Release You Are Literally A Metaphor, Their First Album In Four Years, On March 1

After releasing several groundbreaking albums and a maintain a multi-country touring schedule, NYC instrumental trio Consider the Source have perfected their global sci-fi fusion sound. This relentless drive has earned them an eclectic audience, ranging from jam-band hippies to prog nerds and metalheads. Their new album, You Are Literally A Metaphor, is the apotheosis of their ...

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Ami Molinelli, Rogério Souza, Edinho Gerber Come Together As Duo Violão + 1 On New Album, A History Of Choro, To Be Released On March 8

Ami Molinelli, Rogério Souza, Edinho Gerber Come Together As Duo Violão + 1 On New Album, A History Of Choro, To Be Released On March 8

On A History of Choro, their first recorded collaboration, guitarist Rogério Souza, guitarist Edinho Gerber, and percussionist Ami Molinelli survey the musical history and evolution of choro, revealing its rhythmic and harmonic permutations and, in the process, create an album that is coherent in timbre and vision while marvelously varied in its nuances. According to Molinelli, “The intention ...

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Chuck Redd To Release Groove City On March 1 On Dalphine Records

Chuck Redd To Release Groove City On March 1 On Dalphine Records

Vibraphonist’s New Album Features John Di Martino, Lewis Nash, Nicki Parrott and Jerry Weldon In his impressive career, vibraphonist and drummer Chuck Redd has performed alongside many legendary musicians, Charlie Byrd, Mel Torme, Dizzy Gillespie, and Monty Alexander among them. Noted by The Washington Post for his “melodic sparkle,” and praised by Jazz Times for his “exquisite” work ...

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Francois Houle's, Alexander Hawkins' And Harris Eisenstadt's Collective Trio Will Release You Have Options On November 9 On Songlines

Francois Houle's, Alexander Hawkins' And Harris Eisenstadt's Collective Trio Will Release You Have Options On November 9 On Songlines

This collective trio was born when the late (and greatly missed) Ken Pickering, co-founder and artistic director of Vancouver’s jazz festival, recommended Alexander Hawkins for the piano chair in a new Houle project for the 2014 festival. Houle already had Brooklyn-based fellow Canadian Harris Eisenstadt in mind—Harris had recently toured and recorded in his 5+1 project ...