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Jay Phelps

Trumpeter and Artist, Jay Phelps is a Vancouver-born Canadian with an instantly recognisable warm and projecting tone. He was tutored by the city’s top Jazz and Classical trumpeters and distinguished himself early on as the youngest band-leader in the Vancouver International Jazz Festival’s history. In 1999 aged 17, Jay moved to London, determined to immerse himself in the jazz scene and immediately attracted the notice of Gary Crosby (Dune records), who offered him work with Jazz Jamaica in 2002 and the opportunity to be a 'Tomorrow’s Warrior'. Citing Louis Armstrong, Fats Navarro, Clifford Brown and Miles Davis as his early influences, Jay went on to create and co-lead the UK Jazz sensation Empirical

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K(no)w Them, K(no)w Us

Label: Stoney Lane Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Zoltan; Blues Connotation; Manhattan; Played Twice; On A Misty Night; What’s New; Untitled Boogaloo.

Article: New & Noteworthy

Nuove vocalist all’orizzonte

Read "Nuove vocalist all’orizzonte" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Nuove vocalist crescono. Da qualche anno, sia nel jazz che nella black popular music, sono emerse vocalist di talento, prossime a imporsi negli anni a venire. In questa fase storica di globalizzazione spinta anche il canto jazz è entrato in una dimensione globale. Aumentano le possibilità per tutti di apprendere le forme espressive delle musiche afroamericane ...

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Article: Live Review

Jay Phelps at the Harrow Arts Centre

Read "Jay Phelps at the Harrow Arts Centre" reviewed by Barry Witherden


Jay Phelps Harrow Arts Centre Hatch End, London July 7, 2017 Harrovians don't know what they're missing. The Harrow Arts Centre, tucked away in Hatch End off the teeming Uxbridge Road in London's north-western suburb, has an adventurous booking policy--most such enterprises seem unwilling to recognise any jazz ...

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Article: Album Review

Phil Robson: Jazz For Babies - The Guitar Album

Read "Jazz For Babies - The Guitar Album" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Just what is the target demographic for a typical jazz album? Twenty to thirty year-olds? Forty to sixty year-olds? Anyone with enough spare cash to buy a copy? This series of recordings from bassist Michael Janisch makes its target audience perfectly clear both in the title--Jazz For Babies--and in the bottom left of the rather snazzy ...

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Article: Album Review

Soweto Kinch: The Legend Of Mike Smith

Read "The Legend Of Mike Smith" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Once upon a time the C-word was in common usage. It isn't heard so much these days, but the older generation mustn't be lulled into a false sense of security, because the younger generation remains perfectly capable of using the word on occasions. This is one of those occasions, because Soweto Kinch's The Legend Of Mike ...

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Article: JazzLife UK

The JazzLife UK Gilded Butterfly Awards 2011

Read "The JazzLife UK Gilded Butterfly Awards 2011" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


As Noddy Holder and the mighty Slade remind us every year, “It's CHRISTMAAAAAAS." With the Yuletide festivities comes the annual avalanche of End Of Year lists, Best Of awards and Grammy nominations. This year, JazzLife UK adds its own awards to the list: the inaugural JazzLife UK Gilded Butterfly Awards (or GBs). In line with the ...

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News: Radio

Jazz Radio Returns a Second Time! Lydia Liebman's Reeds & Deeds II is back!

Jazz Radio Returns a Second Time! Lydia Liebman's Reeds & Deeds II is back!

'Reeds & Deeds II' is returning for a second full year on WECB! The jazz radio program that made a big splash on the internet airwaves is back with more exclusive content, brand new tracks and exciting interviews. Lydia Liebman's radio program ran from September to May last year on Emerson College's internet radio station, WECB. ...

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Article: Live Review

Jay Phelps Big Band: Snape, UK, August 17, 2011

Read "Jay Phelps Big Band: Snape, UK, August 17, 2011" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Jay Phelps Big BandSnape MaltingsSnape, UKAugust 17, 2011 Trumpeter Jay Phelps, a native of Vancouver who moved to the UK in his teens, first came to the attention of the British jazz scene as a member of Tomorrow's Warriors. In his early 20s he co-founded Empirical, playing on that band's debut ...

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Article: Live Review

Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2011: April 27-May 2, 2011

Read "Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2011: April 27-May 2, 2011" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Cheltenham Jazz FestivalCheltenham, EnglandApril 27-May 2, 2011 The Cheltenham Jazz Festival, now in its sixteenth year, is one of the more eclectic of British jazz festivals, this year featuring major jazz figures such as vocalist Dame Cleo Laine and singer/pianist Jamie Cullum, cutting-edge bands like Outhouse Quartet and Curios, and throwing in ...


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