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Gabrielle Stravelli: Pick Up My Pieces: Gabrielle Stravelli Sings Willie Nelson

Read "Pick Up My Pieces: Gabrielle Stravelli Sings Willie Nelson" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

To say that Willie Nelson has been directly influenced by jazz is to state the obvious. Listen to the ever-reliable Stardust (Columbia, 1978) or check out any number of his latter-day releases--American Classic (Blue Note, 2009), Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin (Sony, 2016), My Way (Sony, 2018)--to experience that truth in repertoire; give his meeting with ...

Ten Artists: April 2019

Read "Ten Artists: April 2019" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Claudia Vorbach Is There a Time? Phoneector 2018 Claudia Vorbach follows up Come Down Easy (Phoneector, 2016) with these 14 smart original compositions infused with the swagger of a confident composer/singer. At first blush, Vorbach sounds like a relaxed Nora Jones, playfully whimsical and vocally daring. Vorbach sings with an assured ...

Dream Ago

Label: Big Modern Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Dream Dancing, Cole Porter Cake of My Childhood, Gabrielle Stravelli & Pat O'Leary Little Zochee, Pat O'Leary & Gabrielle Stravelli Where Is The Song?, Bob Dorough If Only Love Was Blind, Gabrielle Stravelli Didn't You Tell Me, Gabrielle Stravelli, Jason Robinson & Pat O'Leary Bicycle Blues, Ray Gallon, Pat O'Leary, Gabrielle Stravelli and Jason Robinson It Might As Well Be Spring, Rodgers & Hammerstein Dream Ago, Gabrielle Stravelli & Pat O'Leary Prism, Gabrielle Stravelli & Pat O'Leary More, Gabrielle Stravelli Now I Know, Gabrielle Stravelli, Pat O'Leary & Jason Robinson

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Gabrielle Stravelli at The 75 Club

Read "Gabrielle Stravelli at The 75 Club" reviewed by Tyran Grillo

Gabrielle Stravelli The 75 Club New York, NY December 18, 2017 Jazz vocalist Gabrielle Stravelli's third album, Dream Ago, was the core subject of an intimate performance at The 75 Club, welcoming to her stage pianist Art Hirahara, bassist Pat O'Leary, and drummer Rob Garcia, and where she proved ...

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Kayo: I Wish You Love

Read "I Wish You Love" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Kayoko Hiraki may not be familiar to most jazz audiences but this is a musician whose pedigree alone makes her a unique artist. A native of Japan, Kayo--the name by which she prefers to be called--is the daughter of a classical pianist and began playing the piano at the tender age of three. A classically-trained pianist ...

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Kayo Hiraki: I Wish You Love

Read "I Wish You Love" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Japanese pianist Kayo Hiraki is in search of her audience. She has self-released a smart set of standards in the trio format that is garnering attention from all quarters of the jazz writing world. A ballad specialist, to be sure, Hiraki resists the modern impulse to deconstruct, keeping the tunes intact and in congress with the ...

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Dan Block: From His World To Mine: Dan Block Plays The Music Of Duke Ellington

Read "From His World To Mine: Dan Block Plays The Music Of Duke Ellington" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Bandleader and accomplished reed man Dan Block is an exponent of traditional and swing jazz, and pays homage to the music of Duke Ellington with From His World To Mine: Dan Block Plays The Music Of Duke Ellington. The repertoire's avoidance of the usual Ellington standards and classics makes this a unique project unlike other tributes ...


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