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4 Presented on October 12, 2022

For Your Grammy Consideration: Players by Eugenie Jones (Best Jazz Vocal Album Category)

Eugenie Jones
Duration: 1:49

The four-years, four-cities, 32-musician-project, Players, by singer/songwriter Eugenie Jones is now available for your Grammy consideration. Listeners are invited to review this ten-original, five-jazz classic, two-disc project during round-one consideration. Learn more here.
13 Presented on September 29, 2022

What A Little Moonlight Can Do

Tawanda
Duration: 03:21

An All About Jazz Premiere! From Tawanda's debut album Smile released today on Resonance Records. With guests Josh Nelson, Tamir Hendelman, Anthony Wilson, Gary Meek and more.
4 Presented on September 26, 2022

Work in Progress: Big Band Harold Land, Part 2

Tony Corman
Duration: 3:51

More about the music and the players as we prepare our October 8, 2022 concert at California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley, CA where the Morchestra will perform original arrangements of the compositions of jazz master Harold Land.
4 Presented on September 21, 2022

Django100th Birthday Gypsy Swing Guitar festival @ Le QuecumBar

Django Reinhardt
Duration: 13:10

A celebration of Django Reinhardt's 100th birthday where Le QuecumBar in London brought together 34 of some of the world's finest Gypsy guitar players from six countries. Sadly, after 19 years, Le QuecumBar was forced to close its doors.
5 Presented on September 19, 2022

Queen's Suite

Duke Ellington
Duration: 20:25

Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn wrote "The Queen's Suite" for Queen Elizabeth II who was presented with a single pressing of the recording, which was not commercially issued during Ellington's lifetime. Includes Sunset and the Mocking Bird; Lightening Bugs and Frogs; Le Sucrier Velours; Northern Lights; The Single Petal of a Rose; Apes and Peacocks. Recorded April 4, 1959.
2 Presented on September 8, 2022

Avenue X

Big Lazy
Duration: 4:21

NYC's instrumental trio Big Lazy's "Avenue X" from their album Don't Cross Myrtle. Filmed in Brooklyn and Moscow.Big Lazy is: Stephen Ulrich: guitar; Yuval Lion: drums; Andrew Hall: bass with Steven Bernstein: slide trumpet.
2 Presented on August 29, 2022

Stardust

Sweet Megg
Duration: 6:50

Sweet Megg and her talented band of players perform the Hoagy Carmichael classic live at Nelson Drum Shop in Nashville, TN. Megg says about the song, “Stardust has always been one of my favorite songs. The melody, chord progression, and lyrics are in ultimate harmony with each other making the emotional content remarkably vivid. It is sad but also it is melancholy wrapped up in such beauty that it can feel both good and bad at the same time. There is so much in this song. When I’m feeling joyous and in love, I feel inspired to sing it, or when I’m in the depths of depression I want to sing it. It induces feelings and that is why I enjoy it. It makes me feel whatever I’m feeling stronger.” This video was a performance of what we had just finished in the studio. We had spent the past two days recording and had a little send off party at Nelson Drum Shop. That is what this video is about.”

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