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The New Jersey Performing Arts Center Presents In-Person, Live Jazz Performances Starting September 24th With Grammy Award-Winning Vocalist Gregory Porter

The New Jersey Performing Arts Center Presents In-Person, Live Jazz Performances Starting September 24th With Grammy Award-Winning Vocalist Gregory Porter

The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) is welcoming live, in-person jazz back to its stage throughout 2021 beginning with Grammy Award-winning vocalist Gregory Porter (Sep 24). The TD Jazz Series continues in the Fall with “Salsa Meets Jazz” (Sep 25), saxophonist Boney James (Oct 14), and vocal powerhouse duo Tierney Sutton and Ann Hampton Calloway ...

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Peter Janson

Peter Janson is an acclaimed Boston-based solo guitarist, touring and recording artist. He has performed at Carnegie Hall Weill Recital Hall, Montreal Jazz Festival, Healdsburg Guitar Festival, Argenta Acoustic Music Series, WUMB Music Festival, and many other festivals and venues throughout North America. His record performances have reached No. 2 in Billboard (Billboard Heat Seekers – Old Black Roller, Grant Maloy-Smith), and he has had three solo albums in the Top Five of the NAR radio charts. Peter has over 2-million BMI verified broadcasts across all media in the USA, and more internationally totaling 88 countries

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The Don Preston Trio To Play Virtual Concert At The World Stage On July 2, 2021

The Don Preston Trio To Play Virtual Concert At The World Stage On July 2, 2021

Mothers of Invention keyboard legend Don Preston and his trio will be performing a free-form Virtual Concert at The World Stage on July 2, 2021! Don Preston leads a life filled with music, innovation, and experimentation. “Groundbreaking” is a phrase that is clearly overused… with Preston it rings true. One of the first performers to drag ...

News: Video / DVD

Concert: McCoy Tyner in 2002

Concert: McCoy Tyner in 2002

Two musicians who arguably had the biggest impact on the jazz piano in the 1960s were Bill Evans and McCoy Tyner. They not only came from different backgrounds and experiences but also from different directions. Where Evans was lyrical, delicate and poetic, Tyner was percussive and stormy, using modal scales and chords to whip up drama ...

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Legendary Strata-East Label Celebrates 50 Years - Led By Charles Tolliver With Narrator Danny Glover On September 1-4 At Birdland

Legendary Strata-East Label Celebrates 50 Years - Led By Charles Tolliver With Narrator Danny Glover On September 1-4 At Birdland

STRATA-EAST RECORDS @ 50 with Charles Tolliver & the Strata-East All Stars featuring Billy Harper, George Cables, Buster Williams, Lenny White AND guest screen star activist Danny Glover as narrator. Due to unforeseen circumstances brought about by an emergency dental procedure for Charles requiring proper healing time which would extend past the original scheduled June 16 ...

News: Video / DVD

Jack McDuff: Live in Concert, 1964

Jack McDuff: Live in Concert, 1964

In 1964, organist Brother Jack McDuff appeared at the Antibes Jazz Festival in Juan-les-Pins, France. He was backed by Red Holloway (ts), George Benson (g) and Joe Dukes (d). Like all videos shot in France, the following concert video provides an up-close look at what made these artists exceptional. A special thanks to Chris Cowles of ...

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Strata-East At 50! June 16th With Narrator Danny Glover, Charles Tolliver, Billy Harper, George Cables, Buster Williams, Lenny White & Special Guests!

Strata-East At 50! June 16th With Narrator Danny Glover, Charles Tolliver, Billy Harper, George Cables, Buster Williams, Lenny White & Special Guests!

Strata-East Records celebrate 50 years of amazing Jazz on June 16th at 7:30pm EDT. Price: $20. Day of show $25. The performance will be available on-demand for 48 hours starting June 17th at 12:00 AM EDT. Strata-East @ 50 featuring Charles Tolliver, Billy Harper, George Cables, Buster Williams, Lenny White and special guest Danny Glover! Strata-East ...

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Live Jazz Concerts Return To The Nash In June 2021

Live Jazz Concerts Return To The Nash In June 2021

Beginning in June, live jazz concerts will resume at The Nash, the leading jazz club and educational center in Phoenix. Dennis Rowland and Diana Lee will be the first concert held at the venue, after over 14 months of closure. Concerts are scheduled throughout the month with tickets on sale at thenash.org. Friday and Saturday concerts ...

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NEA Jazz Master Ramsey Lewis Announces The Second Season Of The Monthly Online Performance Series, 'Saturday Salon'

NEA Jazz Master Ramsey Lewis Announces The Second Season Of The Monthly Online Performance Series, 'Saturday Salon'

GRAMMY Award-winning pianist and NEA Jazz Master Ramsey Lewis continues his live streaming ticketed solo performances with a second season of twelve shows announced for 2021. The “Saturday Salon” sponsored by Ariel Investments will take place on the last Saturday of every month and feature a 60-minute performance at 1:00 PM Central Time. Tickets are $20 ...

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John Pizzarelli Plays Pat Metheny

John Pizzarelli Plays Pat Metheny

This album shouldn't work. One superb artist recording the music of another usually happens many years after the subject has passed away. But John Pizzarelli's new album, Better Days Ahead: Solo Guitar Takes on Pat Metheny, works beyond your wildest dreams. It's as if John said to himself, “Why not now?" And he's right. The idea ...


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