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News: Music Industry

Legendary Bassist Stanley Clarke Proudly Announces The Premiere Of His Web Series, Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation, November 16 On YouTube

Legendary Bassist Stanley Clarke Proudly Announces The Premiere Of His Web Series, Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation, November 16 On YouTube

Grammy winning bassist Stanley Clarke has developed an 8-episode monthly web series entitled Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation. The first episode of Stanley Clarke’s Bass Nation will debut November 16 on Stanley Clarke’s YouTube channel. It represents his effort to share the wealth experience he has garnered over his 50-year career as a musician, band member, soloist, ...

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News: Recording

Node Records To Release Original Motion Picture Soundtrack “halston” Composed By Jazz Legend Stanley Clarke

Node Records To Release Original Motion Picture Soundtrack “halston” Composed By Jazz Legend Stanley Clarke

Node Records is pleased to release Stanley Clarke’s original score for the critically-acclaimed documentary Halston on Friday, June 7th, 2019, through all digital platforms. The film is being distributed by 1091 nationwide on June 7th. Halston Director Frédéric Tcheng ("Dior and I") documents America’s first superstar designer’s rise to international fame in the 1970s through weaving ...

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News: Career

Bass Legend Stanley Clarke Included In Smithsonian's New NMAAHC Museum And Gives Free Bass Workshop Opening Day

Bass Legend Stanley Clarke Included In Smithsonian's New NMAAHC Museum And Gives Free Bass Workshop Opening Day

The opening of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) September 24 in Washington DC will be particularly exciting for legendary bassist Stanley Clarke. Not only is one of his Alembic basses and archival photos included in the museum exhibit, but he is participating in the opening festivities, Freedom Sounds: A ...

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News: Recording

Bass Legend Stanley Clarke’s New Album Up Reaches New Heights The Stanley Clarke Band: Up

Bass Legend Stanley Clarke’s New Album Up Reaches New Heights The Stanley Clarke Band: Up

Bass virtuoso Stanley Clarke’s new recording, The Stanley Clarke Band: UP, is scheduled for release September 30 on the Mack Avenue Records label. He considers UP to be the most energetic, fun, rhythmic and upbeat album that he has ever done and with more than forty albums under his belt, that’s saying quite a lot. Clarke’s ...

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News: Award / Grant

Stanley Clarke Invited Into Academy Of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

Stanley Clarke Invited Into Academy Of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

We’re pleased to announce film composer Stanley Clarke’s invitation to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. This year only 271 artists and executives were extended invitations to the elite 6,417 membership. All have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures. “This year’s class of invitees represents some of the most talented, ...

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News: TV / Film

Stanley Clarke Pens Music Score For This Weekend’s Hit Movie, The Best Man Holiday

Stanley Clarke Pens Music Score For This Weekend’s Hit Movie, The Best Man Holiday

Film Composer and legendary jazzman, Stanley Clarke, has scored more that 65 film and television scores in his career. The newest addition to his film scoring credits is the hit Universal film The Best Man Holiday. Immediately jumping to #2 in film revenues for its opening weekend, the film was directed by Malcolm E. Lee and ...

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News: Award / Grant

Jazz Bassist Stanley Clarke Praises 55th Annual Grammy Awards For Including Jazz In Its Televised Broadcast

Jazz Bassist Stanley Clarke Praises 55th Annual Grammy Awards For Including Jazz In Its Televised Broadcast

Jazz greats Stanley Clarke, Chick Corea and Kenny Garrett performed on the televised CBS broadcast of the 55th Annual Grammy Awards Sunday night, February 10, in a tribute to jazz legend Dave Brubeck. They performed one of Brubeck’s best remembered pieces, “Take Five,” ending with a few bars of his enduring hit, “Blue Rondo a la ...

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News: Festival

Bass Legend Stanley Clarke Presents Invitation Concert Series At The Montreal Jazz Festival June 28 - July 1

Bass Legend Stanley Clarke Presents Invitation Concert Series At The Montreal Jazz Festival June 28 - July 1

Stanley Clarke was honored at the Montreal Jazz Festival with the 18th prestigious Miles Davis Award in 2011. This award is presented to tribute a great international jazz musician for the entire body of his or her work and for that musician’s influence in regenerating the jazz idiom. An extension of the award is the privilege ...

News: Performance / Tour

Marilyn McCoo And Billy Davis, Jr., Former Lead Singers Of The 5th Dimension, Visit Their Jazz And Blues Roots At Yoshi’s Oakland June 29 - July 1

Marilyn McCoo And Billy Davis, Jr., Former Lead Singers Of The 5th Dimension, Visit Their Jazz And Blues Roots At Yoshi’s Oakland June 29 - July 1

Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr., former lead singers of the internationally renowned, six-time Grammy-winning super group, The 5th Dimension, and later a Grammy winning duo, are looking forward to exploring their jazz and blues roots at Yoshi’s Oakland, June 29 – July 1. In addition, the audience can expect to be entertained by many of ...

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News: Recording

Jazz Pianist Sunnie Paxson’s Hot "Bohemian Sun" Is Rising

Jazz Pianist Sunnie Paxson’s Hot "Bohemian Sun" Is Rising

Since the beginning of the year, innovative contemporary jazz pianist, songwriter, producer and performer Sunnie Paxson has been methodically moving up the Jazz Week and Smooth Jazz charts with her new album, Bohemian Sun, released on the Roxboro Entertainment label. The CD has been gaining in radio play both domestically and internationally. Currently she ranks 23 ...


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