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Jenny Hill's new band, the Chill Factor, features her original compositions and a few standards, played by Jenny on saxes and flute, Jerome Harris on bass guitar, Stefan Bauer on vibraphone, Curtis Fowlkes on trombone, and Todd Isler on drums and percussion. The grooves are drawn from the Northeast of Brazil, West Africa, and modern jazz. Jenny Hill’s musical journey has resulted in a diverse resume that includes jazz, reggae, and latin traditions. She has toured and recorded with reggae greats such as Maxi Priest, Dennis Brown, Toots and the Maytals, and Burning Spear, as well as funk and soul artists Govt

Lioness: Pride and Joy

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Mad Time; Sunny Day Pal; Jelly; Down for the Count; You Don't Say; Think; Ida Lupino; Identity; Mocha Spice; Hurry Up and Wait; Sweety; Funky Girl

ARTICLE: RADIO

Jaimie Branch, Kris Davis, Kneebody and More New Releases

Read "Jaimie Branch, Kris Davis, Kneebody and More New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

September! What a month. The summer is over... so are the summer festivals... but that is also the month when record labels start churning out some of their best releases to bring the temperature up in advance of the end-of-year polls and listicles. So here comes an onslaught of heavy-hitters with their new or upcoming releases, ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

The Sound Of Progress: Lioness And Ellen Rowe

Read "The Sound Of Progress: Lioness And Ellen Rowe" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The voices of women who've been marginalized, demeaned, abused, and overlooked will no longer be silenced. The #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have pulled the curtains back on deplorable actions and practices that have run rampant in all corners of society, the jazz world being no exception. With scandals airing out hidden truths at the Berklee College ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Charley Gerard's Songs Of Love And Passion at IBeam on February 6

Charley Gerard's Songs Of Love And Passion at IBeam on February 6

This will be the first project for the Broken Reed Saxophone Quartet (BRSQ) with lyrics! This Brooklyn-based group is directed by composer and alto saxophonist Charley Gerard with Jenny Hill, Jacob Teichroew and Dimitri Moderbacher filling out the quartet. Kristin Slipp, an immensely talented singer with the group Cuddle Magic, is performing the work along with ...

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Double Coverage

Featuring the music of Jenny Hill
Duration: 4:58

January concert in Brasilia at CIVEBRA conference
VIDEO

Double Coverage

Featuring the music of Jenny Hill
Duration: 2:45

Partido Alto song by Jenny Hill. Performance in Brasilia, Brazil at the CIVEBRA conference Jan. 2013
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Jenny Hill and Todd Isler Perform at Nighttown, Cleveland, Ohio

Jenny Hill and Todd Isler Perform at Nighttown, Cleveland, Ohio

Jenny Hill (saxophonist and composer) and local home-town drummer Todd Isler will perform at Cleveland's Nighttown on Tuesday, Nov. 25th with Kip Reed on bass and Joe Hunter on piano. Also appearing will be some surprise special guests. The music will feature selected cuts from Jenny's latest CD, The Chill Factor, and Todd's new CD, Soul ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Jenny Hill CD Release at the Blue Note, January 28th

Jenny Hill CD Release at the Blue Note, January 28th

Jenny Hill will present music from her third CD, The Chill Factor, at the Blue Note on January 28th. 131 W. 3rd Street, NYC. Sets are at 8 and 10:30, $10 cover at tables, $5 at bar. Featuring Jenny Hill on saxes and flute, Curtis Fowlkes on trombone, Stefan Bauer on vibes, Oswaldo Amorim on bass, ...

The Chill Factor

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007


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