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News: Festival

Groundup Music Festival Reveals Artist Brunches, Cocktails And Workshops

Groundup Music Festival Reveals Artist Brunches, Cocktails And Workshops

Acclaimed by the New York Times as one of the “Top 10 Definitive Moments of the Decade in Jazz Music,” the GroundUP Music Festival returns to the oceanside North Beach Bandshell in sunny Miami Beach, Florida, February 14-16, 2020. Hosted by three-time Grammy award-winning collective Snarky Puppy, GroundUP has announced the schedule for their intimate cocktails ...

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Article: Profile

SFJAZZ: Decades After, Five Years In

Read "SFJAZZ: Decades After, Five Years In" reviewed by Arthur R George


Five years after the jny: San Francisco, California organization SFJAZZ created its own building, the SFJAZZ Center, it has proved a raving, even rampaging, success, unrelenting in programming, sales, education, and music production. Its number of concerts has doubled from 248 to more than 500. Its membership has increased by almost 200% to more than 14,000. ...

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Article: Live Review

Lila Downs at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn

Read "Lila Downs at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes


Lila Downs BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn at Prospect Park Brooklyn, NY June 29, 2017 Backed initially by an eight-piece band directed by saxophonist (and husband) Paul Cohen, singer, songwriter and activist Lila Downs began her set with an up-tempo rendition of “Mezcalito," a tune that talks about mezcal, Mexico's ...

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Article: Live Review

Lila Downs at Jazz at Lincoln Center

Read "Lila Downs at Jazz at Lincoln Center" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes


Lila Downs Jazz At Lincoln Center New York, NY October 11, 2014 On her two-day residence at Jazz At Lincoln Center, Lila Downs showcased a solid set of old favorites alongside new material from Raiz (Sony Latin, 2014), a collaboration with singers Soledad and Niña Pastori. Backed by ...

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Article: Live Review

Amanda Martinez at Joe's Pub

Read "Amanda Martinez at Joe's Pub" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes


Amanda Martinez Joe's Pub at the Public Theater New York, NY May 2, 2014 On her debut New York appearance in celebration of her third CD Mañana (the first to get a full US release (Sola Records, 2014), Canadian singer-songwriter Amanda Martinez took to the stage with a ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

ArtistShare: A Record Label for the Digital Age

Read "ArtistShare: A Record Label for the Digital Age" reviewed by Paul Naser


In the information age, as technology is transforming the way we share ideas, the creative artist seems to be in a dangerous situation. Peer-to-peer file sharing and free-streaming content are direct threats to an artists' livelihood. Combining this insight with a love for music and an appreciation for artists and the value of their work, Brian ...

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News: Recording

New Release: Nation Beat: "Growing Stone" Out September 13 on Barbes

New Release: Nation Beat: "Growing Stone" Out September 13 on Barbes

Nation Beat: Growing Stone Out September 13 on Barbes Records “A little while ago I had a chance to hear Nation Beat and their music blew me away!"—Willie Nelson Growing Stone: An Album From Two Americas The American/Brazilian collective Nation Beat plays a 21st century mash-up inspired by Brazilian maracatu drumming, New Orleans second ...

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y La Misteriosa en Paris - Live à FIP

Label: World Village
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. El Relampago; 02. La Linea; 03. La Martiniana; 04. Cumbia del Mole; 05. Paloma Negra; 06. Minimum Wage; 07. Justicia; 08. Yo Envidio el Viento; 09. La Cucaracha; 10. Los Pollos; 11. Naila; 12. Arenita Azul; 13. La Iguana; 14. La Llorona; 15. Perro Negro.


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