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Axon Radio Recruits Oz Noy For Stocking Shelves

Axon Radio Recruits Oz Noy For Stocking Shelves

Axon Radio’s newest single ‘Stocking Shelves (featuring Oz Noy)’ is available today for download and streaming. This highly anticipated release is the fourth single from Axon Radio’s upcoming album Shadow Logic. “The energy around this music is super exciting," says Cory Carleton (bassist for Axon Radio). “We have a lot of great players and we’ve been ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Tony Adamo Pays Tribute To Mark Murphy And UFOs By Chris Rizik for Soultracks

First Listen: Tony Adamo pays tribute to Mark Murphy and UFOs (May 13, 2020) In 2015, we described singer and spoken word artist Tony Adamo as “a true anachronism: a performer who is authentically ‘cool’ in a timeless, almost reckless way that almost no popular artist today can match.” It’s five years later and the irrepressible ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Drummer Bob Holz To Release New Album Featuring Rolling Stones Bassist Darryl Jones And Trumpet Legend Randy Brecker

Drummer Bob Holz To Release New Album Featuring Rolling Stones Bassist Darryl Jones And  Trumpet Legend Randy Brecker

Jazz Fusion legend Bob Holz will release his fifth album for MVD Audio in late 2020. The record is titled Holz-Stathis Collaborative. Joining Bob Holz is Rolling Stones bassist Darryl Jones. Both Bob Holz and Darryl Jones have played with the late jazz fusion guitarist Larry Coryell. Bob Holz wrapped up a busy 2019 which included ...

NEWS: VIDEO / DVD

Lenny Breau and Brad Terry

Lenny Breau and Brad Terry

Back in October 1978, guitarist Lenny Breau and clarinetist Brad Terry found themselves in the living room of Terry's mother's farmhouse in Maine. A tape recorder was there as well. Breau and Terry decided to record several songs. Both musicians were so proficient, the results sounded as if they had rehearsed in advance of the farmhouse ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

Dominick Farinacci Debuts Songbook Watch Party: A Live Online Streaming Show to Showcase Jazz Artists and Musical Collaborations

Dominick Farinacci Debuts Songbook Watch Party: A Live Online Streaming Show to Showcase Jazz Artists and Musical Collaborations

Internationally acclaimed trumpeter Dominick Farinacci debuts Songbook Watch Party, an interactive online music experience boasting newly filmed collaborations with musical artists from around the world. Beginning May 3, 2020 Songbook Watch Party will simulcast every Sunday night at 7PM EST on multiple streaming platforms such as ZOOM, Facebook and YouTube. “The goal of Songbook Watch Party,” ...

NEWS: OPINION

The Shearing Sound That Wasn't

The Shearing Sound That Wasn't

In 1948, George Shearing and Buddy DeFranco kicked around the idea of forming a quintet. With Shearing's block chords and Buddy's bop clarinet along with their speed, they figured they'd knock out audiences. They performed together with bassist John Levy and drummer Denzil Best at the Clique Club, which would become Birdland a year later. But ...

NEWS: MUSIC INDUSTRY

International Jazz Day thoughts about our new world of virtual jazz

International Jazz Day thoughts about our new world of virtual jazz

The world at-large- and the jazz world as we knew it and enjoyed it- have changed drastically over the past six weeks because of the pandemic. No near-term end is in sight for the challenges it has caused. Unless they were held prior to early March, none of the 2020 editions of listeners' favorite jazz festivals, ...

NEWS: TV / FILM

Doc: Velvet Underground, 2006

Doc: Velvet Underground, 2006

One of the most influential rock albums of the 1960s was The Velvet Underground & Nico. Recorded in 1966 and released in March 1967—three months before the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper—the album broke new ground and set the tone for multiple rock movements of the late 1960s and early '70s. Unlike the Beatles, who came out of ...

NEWS: VIDEO / DVD

Brazilian Jazz Quartet: Pepper Pot

Brazilian Jazz Quartet: Pepper Pot

Last week, I was listening to early Brazilian bossa nova albums from the late 1950s when I came across an obscure one from 1958. The album was by a Rio group known as the Brazilian Jazz Quartet. Recorded in 1958 for Columbia, Coffee and Jazz featured alto saxophonist José Ferreira Godinho Filho (better known as Casé), ...

NEWS: OBITUARY

Bill Smith And McCoy Tyner Are Gone

Bill Smith And McCoy Tyner Are Gone

James Moody told me that his Georgia-born grandmother said one morning while looking through the newspaper, “Folks is dyin’ what ain’t never died befo’.” The trend continues, as It always has and, if human suscsceptibility is a guide, always will. Recently, the parade of departures resumed when the jazz world lost two giants in their nineties, ...


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