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Jason Rebello

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Jason Rebello is a British jazz pianist, currently part of Sting's live and studio band, who has recorded a handful of albums under his own name. His debut album, A Clearer View was produced by Wayne Shorter. He was voted Most Promising Newcomer of the Year for 1988 in The Wire magazine. Rebello was featured on The Wire cover with a statement: Jason Rebello - the youngest man in jazz. He won several major Jazz Awards including the prestigious Pat Smythe award and The Perrier British Jazz Awards. Rebello did cooperate with Wayne Shorter, Art Blakey, Gary Burton, Branford Marsalis, Sting, Jeff Beck, Chaka Khan, Des'ree, Bud Shank, Tommy Smith, Jean Toussaint, Mica Paris, Carleen Anderson, Joy Rose and Omar. Rebello was asked by Sting to replace Kenny Kirkland after Kirkland's sudden death in 1998

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I Us

Label: Cherry K Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Another Little Church; For Gonzalo Rubalcaba; Bridge Call; Straphangin'; Round Midnight; For Craig Taborn; My One and Only Love; Another Little Church - Reprise; Upper Manhattan Medical Group (UMMG).

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Tim Garland Launches His Winter Encounters Series

Tim Garland Launches His Winter Encounters Series

This December, Tim Garland launches his “Winter Encounters”—a series of unique trio performances, beautifully filmed and streamed from Oak Gable Studios. Each 45-minute set features a unique collaboration of world-class musicians followed by a live Q&A session with the artists, starting with Kit Downes & Norma Winstone on December 6th. Over the last 30 years, British ...

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Article: Album Review

Jean Toussaint: Live At The Jazz Cafe 091218

Read "Live At The Jazz Cafe 091218" reviewed by Chris May


Most times, the transatlantic flow of jazz musicians is from east to west. Less frequently, as with Jean Toussaint's relocation from New York to London, it is contrariwise. Hot from four years as a member of Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers's Jazz Messengers, Toussaint arrived in Britain in 1987. He soon established himself as a ...

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Article: Live Review

Ambleside Days Contemporary Jazz Festival 2019

Read "Ambleside Days Contemporary Jazz Festival 2019" reviewed by Mike Collins


Ambleside Days Contemporary Jazz Festival Ambleside, UK August 29-September 1, 2019 'Music that requires a different kind of listening' were the words Derek Hook used, to describe the essence of the Ambleside Days Festival programme at the start of the third edition of this small but top quality festival.

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Article: Live Review

Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 2019

Read "Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 2019" reviewed by John Kelman


Festival International de Jazz de Montréal Various Venues Montréal, Canada June 27 -July 1, 2019 Forty years. Not a lifetime, perhaps, but a remarkably long time for any festival to not only continue to exist but, despite increasing challenges, to thrive. An even greater achievement when it's the Festival International de ...

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Article: Album Review

Duncan Eagles: Citizen

Read "Citizen" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Citizen is London-based saxophonist Duncan Eagle's first album under his own name and follows his signing to the burgeoning U.S. label Ropeadope. His other major vehicle is the band Partikel whose eponymously titled debut album was released in 2010 followed by three more critically acclaimed recordings for the Whirlwind label, Cohesion (2013), String Theory (2015) and ...

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Article: Rethinking Jazz Cultures

David Lyttle: Leading Jazz Into The Hinterlands

Read "David Lyttle: Leading Jazz Into The Hinterlands" reviewed by Ian Patterson


There was a time when jazz groups would zig-zag all over the country, by train, in customized buses or in cars, playing date after date in towns big and small. Tours that kept a band on the road for months at a time were once the norm for many jazz outfits--the bread and butter of countless ...

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Article: Album Review

Onyx Brass: Onyx Noir - Jazz Works For Brass Quintet

Read "Onyx Noir - Jazz Works For Brass Quintet" reviewed by Gareth Thompson


Jazz has often been described as America's classical music, so hearing a British classical group tackling jazz is bound to intrigue. Even more so when it's a brass quintet and we recognise the key role of brass bands in the birth of jazz. Onyx Brass trombonist Amos Miller was at the Banff International Jazz ...

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Article: Album Review

Tim Garland: Weather Walker

Read "Weather Walker" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Taking his inspiration from the scenic magic of England's Lake District, saxophonist and composer Tim Garland has translated the natural beauty of the landscape into an equally breathtaking suite. From the opening track “Rugged Land," it's clear that this is no ordinary chamber jazz. The dynamics are often forcefully percussive, but impressively so, considering the ensemble ...


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