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Milos Branisavljevic Quartet Defines Instrumental Excellence On New Album

Milos Branisavljevic Quartet Defines Instrumental Excellence On New Album

The Milos Branisavljevic Quartet is a music project with a focus on creating impressive music, exploring a wide variety of sound and ideas. From the depth of fusion and modern aesthetics, down to the warmth of classic jazz vibes, anything goes. Their new album Far Away is actually a really special taste of what you can ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Daniel Criado's Drumming On New Single Is Innovative, Distinctive

Daniel Criado's Drumming On New Single Is Innovative, Distinctive

Composer/drummer Daniel Criado is an artist who is focused on creating music that blurs the lines between different genres and creative influences. His impeccable skills with the drums are fully realized by his overall ability with musical composition; it's an intoxicating match. Recently, Criado came out with an outstanding new release titled “Those Affairs Within." It's ...

ARTICLE: CHATS WITH CATS

The Venue Owner: Henry Wong of An Die Musik

Read "The Venue Owner: Henry Wong of An Die Musik" reviewed by B.D. Lenz

As the Covid crisis continues to ravage the music and entertainment business I was interested to speak to a venue owner. Clubs are at the front lines of the suffering and, undoubtedly, many will not survive the pandemic. I got an interesting perspective from Henry Wong, owner of An Die Musik located in the historic district ...

ARTICLE: MEET THE STAFF

Meet B.D. Lenz

Read "Meet B.D. Lenz" reviewed by AAJ Staff

I currently live in: Hackettstown, New Jersey (USA) I joined All About Jazz in: 2018 Why did you decide to contribute to All About Jazz? I feel that having been a bandleader for so long has given me a much better understanding of the business side. I've accomplished a lot as an ...

NEWS: EVENT

Arts And Jazzfest NYC In Association With The ON Channel Announces Home Spun Sundays With Broadway Composer Emme Kemp And Jazz By The Water

Arts And  Jazzfest NYC In Association With The ON Channel Announces Home Spun Sundays With Broadway Composer Emme Kemp And Jazz By The Water

A Virtual Concert And Arts And Jazzfest NYC 17th Anniversary Celebration. Saturday, August 22nd, 8 PM Via Facebook Live, a Pre-Home Spun Sunday Conversation with Broadway Composer, Pianist, and Singer Emme Kemp and Arts and Jazzfest NYCTM Founder and Producer Gwendolyn Black. Ms. Kemp will discuss her long standing musical career and her celebrating 75 Years ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Cynthia Basinet's 'The Standard' Setting A New Standard

Cynthia Basinet's 'The Standard' Setting A New Standard

Cynthia Basinet is a shared Nobel Peace Prize nominated and critically acclaimed singer, actress, activist and innovator. Musically she is best known for her iconic rendition of “Santa Baby”- often mis-credited to Marilyn Monroe- originally recorded by Eartha Kitt in 1953. The second track ‘The Christmas Song’ is another Christmas classic originally recorded by the Nat ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Another Time Another Place - Happy Birthday Pamela Baskin-Watson

Read "Another Time Another Place - Happy Birthday Pamela Baskin-Watson" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

The show begins with birthday greetings to pianist and composer Pamela Baskin-Watson and vocalist Kevin Mahogany, with new releases from drummer Jeff Hamilton, pianist Christian Sands, vocalists Paulette McWilliams, Brenda Nicole Moorer, Susie Meissner and flutist Ragan Whiteside, plus more birthday shoutouts to pianists Hank Jones, Josh Nelson, Shamie Royston and Diane Moser. Thanks for listening ...

NEWS: VIDEO / DVD

Tony Succar & Pablo Gil Raices Jazz Orchestra Premiere Video Release 'Raices Jam' From Self-Titled Debut CD!

Tony Succar & Pablo Gil Raices Jazz Orchestra Premiere Video Release 'Raices Jam' From Self-Titled Debut CD!

Tony Succar, Pablo Gil and RJO continue their ascending path with the release of their latest single and video, “Raices Jam." Succar and Gil deliver a strong statement by making Raices Jam the first track of their debut album. Just listening to the beginning groove hints at Michael Jackson's “Shake your Body" to the ground riff. ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

David Billingsley, Charles Mingus, Bobby Watson and more

Read "David Billingsley, Charles Mingus, Bobby Watson and more" reviewed by Joe Dimino

This week we profile a lot of jazz musicians that we interviewed during the pandemic. We begin with Minneapolis pianist David Billingsley with a song off his new debut CD Hymns from Grandma's Living Room. We also feature Henry Robinett, Gary Smulyan and DreamRoot. Finally, we profile a new track off Bobby Watson's latest album Keepin' ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Steve Cardenas, Cory Weeds, Zoot Sims and More

Read "Steve Cardenas, Cory Weeds, Zoot Sims and More" reviewed by Joe Dimino

Neon Jazz continues to focus on the new music coming out during this global pandemic. This week we focus on a Kansas City-native, New York City jazz guitarist Steve Cardenas, who has just released a great new album. We also feature songs from Duchess, Florian Arbenz, Cory Weeds, Steve Slagle and Ambrose Akinmusire. Enjoy the jazz, ...


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