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God Bless the Child

Featuring the music of Tobin Mueller
Duration: 5:25

Mueller's jazz-funk version of Billie Holiday's classic tune is one of the many highlights from his energetic new compilation, Best of Tobin Mueller, Vol. 2: Jazz Standards Reimagined. The synergy between keyboardist Mueller and saxophonist Woody Mankowski (soprano sax) is palpable. Mueller reimagines standards with an inventive flair while emphasizing the qualities that made the original a classic. The video is illustrated with beautiful artwork honoring Mother and Child in every culture and every artistic style.


Stage & Screen Interview

Featuring the music of John Pizzarelli
Duration: 1:41

Acclaimed guitarist and vocalist John Pizzarelli talks about his new trio album Stage & Screen. “I wanted to capture lighting in a bottle,” says Pizzarelli about recording with pianist Isaiah J. Thompson and bassist Mike Karn for Stage & Screen, which finds inspiration in classic songs from Broadway musicals and Hollywood films. The album showcases the trio’s scintillating chemistry on cleverly chosen repertoire that spans nearly nine decades including pieces by such iconic songwriters and composers as Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, Oscar Hammerstein II, Leonard Bernstein, Sammy Cahn, and Jule Styne. Stage & Screen, which also marks the 40th anniversary of Pizzarelli’s recording career, is out April 21, 2023 on Palmetto Records.


Eleanor Rigby

Featuring the music of Andrew Vogt
Duration: 7:02

A modern jazz cover of the classic Beatles song. This is the final single that will accompany a full length album Awakening that is due out later this year and features an all-star cast of Chicago musicians including Christian Euman (of Jacob Collier’s band), Stu Mindeman (Kurt Elling) and Dustin Laurenzi (Bon Iver). Arranged by bassist Andrew Vogt.


Three Wheels

Featuring the music of Rachel Eckroth
Duration: 2:03

"Three Wheels" is the second single from Rachel Eckroth's upcoming solo piano album, One.


Queen Esther: Feel Like Going Home

Featuring the music of Queen Esther
Duration: 3:47

The queen of Americana, Queen Esther, performs “Feel Like Going Home” (by Charlie Rich) in the second episode of “On The Back Porch,” a video series produced by Turtle Bay Records. Piano accompaniment by Jesse Gelber Watch more episodes of On the Back Porch.


Thoughts And Prayers

Featuring the music of Ann Hampton Callaway
Duration: 4:24

Inspired by the tragic wake of the recent gun violence in America's schools, here is Ann Hampton Callaway performing her original song called "Thoughts And Prayers" that addresses the epidemic of mass shootings and the urgent need for effective gun control legislation.



Featuring the music of Christoph Irniger Pilgrim
Duration: 5:23

The song, inspired by the compositions of Paul Motian, appears on the album Ghost Cat by Christoph Irniger Pilgrim and describes a feeling of childlike wonder. The quintet Pilgrim, founded by Zurich based tenor saxophonist Christoph Irniger, has become over the years one of the most exciting ensembles in young European Jazz. On the occasion of their 10-year anniversary they will present their fifth album on Intakt Records in January 2023.


The Keith Jarrett Interview by Rick Beato

Featuring the music of Keith Jarrett
Duration: 48:03

Keith Jarrett is an American jazz pianist and composer born in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1945. He is considered one of the most influential and accomplished jazz musicians of his generation, having recorded dozens of albums as a solo artist and as a leader of various ensembles. Known for his virtuosic piano playing and improvisational skills, Jarrett has been recognized for his unique ability to blend elements of jazz, classical music, and world music into his compositions. He has collaborated with many of the world's top musicians and has received numerous awards throughout his career, cementing his place in the pantheon of jazz greats.


Flying Waltz - Live

Featuring the music of Rodrigo Lima
Duration: 8:38

A live version of Rodrigo Lima's "Flying Waltz," originally arranged by Don Sebesky (featuring Hubert Laws on flute) for Lima's acclaimed album Saga. The musicians performing on this Saga release concert also performed on the album. Among them, the legendary Brazilian trombone master Raul de Souza, keyboardist Hugo Fattoruso (founder of the OPA trio) and master percussionist Laudir de Oliveira, from the Chicago supergroup. The song also appears on the soundtrack of the movie The Marriage of Mario e Fia. Produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for the Los Angeles-based label Jazz Station Records, Saga is available on all digital platforms.



Featuring the music of Wide-Eyed Lounge Cats
Duration: 10:08

Wide-Eyed Lounge Cats are an Americana jam/jazz sextet born in the living rooms and dive bars of the Fells Point district in Baltimore, MD. The band released their first full length record, Le Cirquez, in December of 2019, but the post production led into the COVID-19 pandemic and the Cats found themselves unable to promote the record through live shows, struggling in an environment unfortunately familiar to so many musicians and performers at the time. In the midst of this uncertainty, a long-time artistic collaborator and friend of the Cats, Michael Ivan Schwartz of Loud Communications, approached the band about doing music videos as a way to adapt to the lockdown and keep the music alive. Thanks to Schwartz's direction and the band's shared artistic vision, Fantasy garnered much attention upon its release, and was selected for the 2021 London Music Video Festival. The song and video features guest vocal appearance from Katie Bowers.


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