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ARTICLE: IN PICTURES

Norfolk Waterfront Jazz Festival 2017

Read "Norfolk Waterfront Jazz Festival 2017" reviewed by Mark Robbins

They were the last act of the two night 35th Annual Norfolk Waterfront Jazz Festival held July 14 and 15 at Town Point Park. Because of inclement weather the festival had to be moved inside to the 46 year old Scope Arena. The star studded smooth jazz festival featured Russ Freeman with the Rippingtons, Najee, Pieces ...

ARTICLE: TELL ME MORE

Ronnie Laws: Finding His New Groove

Read "Ronnie Laws: Finding His New Groove" reviewed by Belinda Ware

Ronnie Laws is a passionate musician who finds joy in discovering new music in moments of reflection or jamming with his peers. When it comes to creating new music, he makes it a point to test new ideas exploring dimensions of fusing jazz with modern R&B while staying true to his signature sound.

Laws' ...

Walter Beasley, Ronnie Laws, Willie Bradley At McGlohon Theater At Spirit Square On June 9th

Walter Beasley, Ronnie Laws, Willie Bradley At McGlohon Theater At Spirit Square On June 9th

Friday, June 9, 2017 at 8:00 pm Ticket Price: $45 McGlohon Theater At Spirit Square
345 N. College St
Charlotte, NC 28202 Featuring Walter Beasley, Ronnie Laws, Willie Bradley and Shawn Marie Allen. Walter Beasley acclaimed saxophonist and vocalist intended to teach for just one year after graduating from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. ...

Ronnie Laws plays the Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia on July 3rd

Ronnie Laws plays the Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia on July 3rd

PHILADELPHIA — Jazz saxophonist Ronnie Laws takes the stage for two shows at the Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia on July 3rd at 7:00PM and 9:30PM. The shows mark Laws first appearance at the Hard Rock Cafe and the start of the veteran artist's east coast tour. Philly pop/R&B singer Ty “TheGuy" Ward will open the shows, ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Inspired Sax With A Hip-Hop Lean

Sam Rucker urges “Be True 2 Who U R” ahead of the June 3 release of “Tell You Something” Williamsburg, Virginia: Hip-hop producer turned contemporary jazz saxophonist Sam Rucker has something to say. Blending jazz, hip-hop, soul and gospel, he communicates through inspirational instrumentals that meaningfully resonate with listeners. Nearly three years in the making, his sophomore ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Saxophonist Theresa Grayson Captures Hearts With The Newly Released "Live2love"

Saxophonist Theresa Grayson Captures Hearts With The Newly Released "Live2love"

Houston, Texas: Soul-jazz saxtress Theresa Grayson has the power to grab attention with both her sound and looks, but she will hold your attention with her talent and the dozen songs that comprise “Live2Love,” her sophomore album that was released Tuesday (November 5) on her L2L Records label. Captivating listeners, radio programmers and reviewers with her ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Surveying The Soul Of Pop Music with Saxophonist Theresa Grayson

Surveying The Soul Of Pop Music with Saxophonist Theresa Grayson

Saxophonist Theresa Grayson’s “Live2Love,” a compelling mix of pop gems from past to present and soul-jazz originals, will be released November 5th. Houston, TX: Theresa Grayson wears her passion for soulful pop music proudly. From Aretha Franklin, Hall & Oats, Sade and Tony! Toni! Toné! to Bruno Mars, Maroon 5 and John Legend, the saxophonist-flutist mines hits ...

Dave Koz and Friends: Summer Horns

Read "Dave Koz and Friends: Summer Horns" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

The idea of a quartet of top smooth jazz saxophonists gathering for a super-session must have seemed like a great idea to Dave Koz. Why not invite Gerald Albright, Mindi Abair and Richard Elliot to join him for a sax summit? Hang out, play some together, have some laughs. It'll be fun. What could possibly go ...

ARTICLE: PROFILES

Carlos Cannon: Hitting It Big

Read "Carlos Cannon: Hitting It Big" reviewed by Don Howze

So what do you do if you're a smooth jazz recording artist like saxophonist Carlos Cannon, and one of your songs is quickly becoming the next big hit on the line dance club scene? “Get ready for YouTube and the line dance party," says Chicago-based line dance instructor Belynda Head.

“Line dancers are always looking ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Stanley Jordan: Friends

Read "Friends" reviewed by Larry Taylor

In a successful career of over 25 years, guitarist Stanley Jordan has always displayed his versatility--equally adept at blues, straight-ahead jazz and ever inventive with classical masterpieces. His virtuosity and improvisational prowess are a given, and on Friends, he also shows his skill on piano on two numbers. Primarily, he brings in old pals from various ...


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