NEW BOOK: Ulysses Owens Jr Releases “Jazz Brushes for the Modern Drummer” via Hal Leonard

August 27, 2020Press Releases

Consummate Performer, Producer, Author and Educator Ulysses Owens Jr Announces the Release of His New Educational Book ‘Jazz Brushes for the Modern Drummer: An Essential Guide to the Art of Keeping Time’, Published by Hal Leonard “Jazz Brushes for the Modern Drummer”, the latest educational release from celebrated drummer Ulysses Owens Jr (Christian McBride, Gregory … Read More

NEW RELEASE: Júlia Karosi Explores Bartók, Kodály; Presents New Works on WITHOUT DIMENSIONS, out 10/16/20 (with Ben Monder)

August 27, 2020New Release, Press Releases

Júlia Karosi Teams Up with Ben Monder on Without Dimensions,  new album out October 16, 2020 on Double Moon/Challenge Records Featuring the works of Bartók, Kodály and inspired original compositions  For over a decade, vocalist Júlia Karosi has been at the forefront of the Hungarian music scene due to her distinctive style that expertly synthesizes … Read More

ANUNCIO: Kemuel Roig reflexiona sobre sus raíces en “Genesis” – Venezuela Sinfonica

August 27, 2020LLP Latino, Press Reel

Por Cultura NP, Venezuela Sinfonica Después de 8 años de gira con él ilustre trompetista Arturo Sandoval, el pianista y compositor Kemuel Roig presenta su nuevo álbum Genesis. Esta, su quinta producción discográfica, pero a su vez su debut en el género del jazz, presenta al virtuoso pianista cubano junto a Randy Brecker, Chris Potter, Ed Calle, Alain Perez, … Read More

REVIEW: Lauren Henderson “The Songbook Session” – JAZZIZ

August 27, 2020Press Reel, Reviews

By Neil Tesser, JAZZIZ “The sparer context enhances Henderson’s soft power, supporting her voice rather than surrounding it. It’s an approach especially well-suited to The Songbook Session’s repertoire of Great American standards, clearly designed to place Henderson in the lineage of classic jazz vocalists.” Read this review here.  

REVIEW: Champian Fulton: Birdsong album review – All About Jazz

August 27, 2020Press Reel, Reviews

By Dan McClenaghan, All About Jazz Champian Fulton was introduced to alto saxophonist Charlie Parker during her stay in the womb. The New York-based pianist/vocalist’s father, Stephen Fulton held a high opinion (“The most beautiful music that ever was”) of Charlie Parker With Strings (Verve, 1950), so he made a cassette tape of the recording … Read More