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At 27-years-old, Chad Lefkowitz-Brown is already a renowned jazz saxophonist and international recording artist. He is currently a member of the multi Grammy award-winning Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, and he has made internationally televised appearances with pop icons like Taylor Swift, Don Henley and Phillip Phillips. Chad has toured across the globe as a soloist and with many esteemed jazz artists, including Arturo O’Farrill and Clarence Penn. A native of Elmira, New York, Chad established himself as a jazz prodigy at age 11, performing throughout New York State under the mentorship of local jazz hero, George Reed, who was known for backing legends like Teddy Wilson, Buddy Tate, and Marian McPartland. Chad went on to pursue a formal education in the arts at the Brubeck Institute, a prestigious fellowship program created by jazz legend Dave Brubeck


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Jazz Lovers, Get Ready For The TIJC 2024 - An Authentic Jazz Festival With The Identity Of Real Jazz

Jazz Lovers, Get Ready For The TIJC 2024 - An Authentic Jazz Festival With The Identity Of Real Jazz

Since 2009 the Thailand International Jazz Conference—TIJC 2024 has driven the jazz music industry in Thailand with its vibes and atmosphere that go on winning the hearts of artists and jazz lovers domestically and internationally. Coming back again for its 15th Anniversary of the TIJC, held between 26-28 January 2024, proclaim its positioning as a genuine ...


Chris Botti Vol. 1

Label: Blue Note
Released: 2023
Track listing: Danny Boy; Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered; Two For The Road; Paris; Blue In Green; Someday My Prince Will Come; Time On My Hands; My Funny Valentine; Fix You; Old Folks;


Third Time's The Charm

Label: La Reserve/Bandstand Presents
Released: 2023
Track listing: Third Time's The Charm; I'll Never Fall in Love Again; Scootin'; Catching Drift; Thank You For The Heartbreak; Gary, Indiana; In A Mellow Tone; It's Not Unusual; Twilight Blue; Roylike; Jade; American Woman; Giselle; Pretty Eyed Baby.


Article: Album Review

Benny Benack III: Third Time's The Charm

Read "Third Time's The Charm" reviewed by Jack Bowers

While it remains to be seen whether rising star Benny Benack III's third album as leader is a charm (that is up to the listener), it is definitely a charmer, with delightful turns by trumpeter (and vocalist) Benack and pianist Emmet Cohen complementing stellar performances by a number of well-known and talented guest artists.


Article: Album Review

Benny Benack III: Third Time's The Charm

Read "Third Time's The Charm" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Though the title of this third album from multihyphenate Benny Benack III might imply misfires with his first two go-rounds, the truth really runs contrary to that line of reasoning. One of a Kind (BB3, 2017), while flying under the radar, introduced some listeners to a talent far too large to be contained; and A Lot ...


Article: Album Review

Mike Allen: To a Star

Read "To a Star" reviewed by Jack Bowers

If you're a tenor saxophonist leading a piano-less trio, much of the group's melodic and harmonic components rest squarely on your shoulders. In spite of that--or perhaps because of it--Canadian tenor Mike Allen says he prefers working within that framework, as he has been doing for many years. If that is one's choice, ...

Article: Album Review

Adam O' Farrill: Visions of Your Other

Read "Visions of Your Other" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Nella famiglia la musica è di casa: ritroviamo il padre, Arturo O'Farrill, pianista e compositore vincitore di Grammy, il nonno, Chico O'Farrill, leggendario bandleader cubano, Allison Deane, la mamma, pianista classica, Zack O'Farrill, il fratello maggiore, batterista. Non stupisce che anche il “piccolo" Adam (classe 1994) abbia iniziato a percorrere giovanissimo quei sentieri frequentando e registrando ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Lester Young & Ron Wilkins

Read "Lester Young & Ron Wilkins" reviewed by Joe Dimino

Our 732nd hour of Neon Jazz arrives right before Christmas and is the penultimate for 2021. The most fitting musician for this episode is the mighty veteran trombonist Ron Wilkins. He survived a nasty bout with COVID and reigned on the top of the charts with a wonderful new album Trombcalist. He's the resounding testament to ...


Quartet Sessions

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Mack the Knife; Caravan; My Foolish Heart; Green Chimneys; Watermelon Man; All in Love Is Fair; Let’s Cool One; All the Things You Are; My One and Only Love; Tenor Madness; Yesterday.


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