Shunzo Ohno’s ReNew Reviewed on All About Jazz!

March 28, 2016Reviews

By James Nadal, All About Jazz Though the samurai warriors of Japan have passed on to legend and folklore, their Bushido Code of Conduct continues to have an impact of Japanese society. It emphasizes eight virtues, utmost which are honor, discipline and morality. As a son of Japan, trumpeter Shunzo Ohno, has personally adhered to … Read More

Archaic Pop features Jonathan Greenstein’s Vol 1

March 28, 2016Features

by Paul Medrano, Archaic Pop Reading Jonathan Greenstein‘s introduction to “Vol 1” I thought, let’s put my headset on and listen to this; as you can also read below, this EP is something quite personal: So this is Vol 1. Of what, exactly? Of me trying to summarize the past few years of my life … Read More

Racha Fora Reviewed in Italy’s SUONO

March 28, 2016Reviews

By Daniele Camerlengo, Suono “The ability to join distant cultures and stylistic approaches, to cover their mysterious and fascinating artistic existences has, during jazz history, identified and brought to celebrity many great musicians and the restlessness of their creativity. Miles Davis has been one of the founders of this experimental methodology, which represented the split … Read More

Hartford-Trained Musician Brandee Younger Brings Contemporary Edge to Concert Harp – WNPR

March 24, 2016Features

by Owen McNally, WNPR Whether you call it pushing the envelope, thinking outside the box, or just plain bending the rules, the boldly independent harpist and composer Brandee Younger creates a genre-crossing, smart, soulful, freewheeling, happy hybrid of hipness. Ecumenically and elegantly, Younger’s concert harp embraces everything from classical and jazz to funk and hip-hop. … Read More

Who Am I To Stop It features ZCO/DANCEPROJECT!

March 16, 2016Features

ZCO/Dance Project premieres “Progression” and dancing beyond disability by Cheryl Green, whoamitostopit.com Listen to this post:  Back in 2013, you got to meet longtime dancer, actress, model, and disability activist Zazel-Chavah O’Garra when she shared a guest blog about her experience becoming disabled from a brain tumor. That same year, Zazel founded ZCO/Dance Project. Her brain … Read More