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After many years as a world class drummer, Tony Jefferson segued into the world of singing. His diverse experience as a drummer and his passion for woodwinds led him to explore musical realms that inform his approach to singing. Some of Tony’s recent vocal performances have been: The Kitano Hotel in New York City, The Princeton Jazz Festival in New Jersey, Storm King Art Center, NY, The Dobbs Ferry Summer Music Festival, NY and the Hopper House in Nyack, NY and two tours for Jazz @ Lincoln Center/US State Dept with Paul Beaudry & Pathways. The tours included Central America, South America (2010) and Central Asia (2011). Tony has stepped out from behind the drums to sing as a guest vocalist at the Iridium, Smoke and the Blue Note in Manhattan
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Blue Vision; Dear Old Stockholm; Lover Man; Soul Saturation; Old Hat Feathers; Geri; No Doubt True Dat.
Eric Person: Blue Vision
by Mike Jurkovic
A veteran of Chico Hamilton, Dave Holland, and The World Saxophone Quartet, saxophonist Eric Person knows a sweet gig when he plays one. This well earned and hard earned knowledge unequivocally guarantees that Blue Vision, Person's soulful homage to late night organ trios, church, and sax legendHouston Person, is about as cool a blue session that ...
By Tamuz Nissim
Label: Street of Stars
Track listing: On the Sunny Side of the Street; Make It Last; Capturing Clouds; I Don’t Wanna Grow Up; Ray of Hope; Like Someone in Love; Saturday Sun; What a Pair; Listen; Rhapsody for Trane (I Hear a Rhapsody); Here Comes the Sun.
By George Nazos
Label: Street of Stars
Track listing: Our Melody Heat Song Evidance Pebbles Another Sound Make Believe Tomorrow is Another Day Intersections Changing Lanes Shower Blues Dreaming Bird on a Wire
Tamuz Nissim: Echo of a Heartbeat
by Jerome Wilson
Tamuz Nissim is a young woman in the classic mold of a jazz singer. She can interpret lyrics sensitively, breeze through instrumental pieces with adept use of vocalese and scatting, and even write her own songs. She is originally from Tel Aviv but has lived in New York since 2015 and has cultivated relationships with several ...
Seven Women 2018 - Part I
by C. Michael Bailey
If 2017 taught me anything, it was that my Five Women" column would need to expand. So, this year, we will enlarge the format to Seven Women" and be the better for it. Anat Cohen Tentet Happy Song Anzic Records 2017 Anat Cohen's excellent Happy Song was released last ...
10th Annual Red Hook Jazz Festival To Be Held Across Two Sundays In Brooklyn’s Urban Meadow, June 11 & 18 From 1-6 PM
“The Red Hook Jazz Festival exists contentedly on the margins, like its namesake neighborhood and much of the music on its bill…The mood in the audience was neighborly, with a higher ratio of small children to youngish adults than I’ve seen at any musical event not expressly pitched as a kids’ show.” —Nate Chinen, New York ...
August Is Vocalists Month At The Sunday Renaissance Jazz Brunch In Harlem
Vocals Month at Harlem's Renaissance Jazz Brunch The weekly Harlem brunch that has a reputation for fantastic food and top notch music, the Renaissance Jazz Brunch, features a month of singers: Tony Jefferson, Lainie Cooke, Whitney Marchelle, Nat Adderley Jr. (and a special Motown Revue), and Dennis Jeter. For reservations: 866-317-1152. TONY JEFFERSON AUGUST 3 As ...