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Peter Eldridge: Disappearing Day

Read "Disappearing Day" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Pianist, songwriter and Grammy Award-winning singer Peter Eldridge unveils his fifth solo album with Disappearing Day, presenting a varied mix of styles from jazz and alternative to a country-tinged piece, on seven original tunes and five covers offering arrangements from Paul McCartney, Leonard Bernstein to Frank Sinatra. This is not your typical jazz vocal album where ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Peter Eldridge: Disappearing Day

Read "Disappearing Day" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

It wouldn't necessarily be inaccurate to refer to Peter Eldridge as a “singer-songwriter," but that tag definitely does not fit him. Such a label just undercuts the creative brilliance behind his music, diminishing the beauty, truth, strength, wit, and compassion in his work. The man is far more than a simple spinner of songs. His is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kat Reinhert: Spark

Read "Spark" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Vocalist Kat Reinhert's Spark is a musical treatise on navigating the bends and sharp turns on the road of life. It's a journey of self discovery, personal expression, and empowerment, bravely put on display for all to hear. Reinhert, a New York-based vocalist who splits her time between teaching and performing, delivers thirteen ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jacqui Naylor: You Don't Know Jacq

Read "You Don't Know Jacq" reviewed by Guy Zinger

You Don't Know Jacq is all about Jacqui Naylor, exemplifying her vocal range, warm voice, interpretive qualities and style--"Acoustic Smashing," which, in essence, means jazz standards done along rock/pop rhythm lines, or vice versa. The disc features new arrangements of the most requested songs from her previous six albums, as well as new material including the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alexis Cole: The Greatest Gift

Read "The Greatest Gift" reviewed by Bridget A. Arnwine

Award-winning vocalist Alexis Cole is getting ready for Christmas with The Greatest Gift. The disc features 14 tracks, including original songs and some Christmas favorites such as “Joy to the World," “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," “Away in a Manger," and “Silent Night." The titles may be familiar, but Cole's ...

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Mario Grigorov: Paris to Cuba

Read "Paris to Cuba" reviewed by Bridget A. Arnwine

Pianist/composer Mario Grigorov's Paris to Cuba conjures up a number of images before a single note has been heard. Both Paris and Cuba are culturally rich and have been major players in the development of jazz, but the two are often portrayed in very different ways: one, often celebrated as a dream destination, filled with beautiful ...

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Culture Project Presents the Cat Who Went to Heaven, Captivating Jazz Puppet Show at the Harlem School of the Arts with Music and Lyrics by Nancy Harrow

Culture Project Presents the Cat Who Went to Heaven, Captivating Jazz Puppet Show at the Harlem School of the Arts with Music and Lyrics by Nancy Harrow

Based On The Newbery Award-Winning Book By Elizabeth Coatsworth Directed By Will Pomerantz Six Special Performances Begin Wednesday, May 13, 2009 (suggested donation $10) New York, NY -- Culture Project (Allan Buchman, Artistic Director), who brought to the stage the successful, seven season run of the children’s show Maya the Bee, has announced a special, six-performance ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Anders Holst Five

Anders Holst Five

Swedish-born musician Anders Holst delivers a unique combination of smooth instrumentals and heartfelt lyrics on Five. Holst, who co-wrote and co-produced four of these five songs, has been dubbed the Sting of Stockholm, most likely for his comparable vocal delivery. But Holst also shares Sting's penchant for recruiting talented musicians of different musical backgrounds who are ...

NEWS: RECORDING

New Eliane Elias Album "Around the City" Out Now

Acclaimed Brazilian singer/pianist/songwriter experiments on new release (New York, NY) Brazilian born composer and jazz piano prodigy Eliane Elias released her third album on RCA Victor/Bluebird Records on August 22nd, the explosive Around The City. The new disc marks the first time the multi-talented artist has deliberately sought out co-writing sessions, working with noted songwriter Lauren ...


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