Reviews by Étienne Dorsay, Fred Goaty, Philippe Vincent, Vincent Cotro, and Noadya Amoux, Jazz Magazine The upcoming December/January issue of Jazz Magazine will include album reviews for Dave Brubeck, Aaron Burnett, Sarah Elizabeth Charles & Jarrett Cherner, Miki Yamanaka, The Royal Bopsters, and Alonzo Demetrius. Read in the December/January 2020/2021 upcoming issue of Jazz Magazine.
The Baylor Project Earns GRAMMY® Nod for Quarantine-Era Anthem “Sit On Down” “Sit On Down” is nominated for Best Traditional R&B Performance at the 63rd GRAMMY® Awards Watch the official video for “Sit On Down” Here New York, NY – “Sit On Down”, the soulful pandemic-era anthem by The Baylor Project has been nominated for a … Read More
Dave Brubeck’s most recent release “Time OutTakes,” the first release of the family’s record label Brubeck Editions, is a record of previously unreleased out takes from The Dave Brubeck Quartet’s 1959 record “Time Out.” Over the past few weeks, “Time OutTakes” has received reviews from All About Jazz, Glide Magazine, Toledo Blade, WRTI Radio and … Read More
by Kyle Simpler, All About Jazz Sylwester Ostrowski traveled from his native Poland to Kansas City in February 2020 to participate in a centennial celebration of Charlie Parker‘s life and music. During the visit, Ostrowski visited Parker’s childhood home, his grave, and other historical landmarks. He also sat in with some of Kansas City’s finest jazz musicians at several … Read More
Josef Woodard, Santa Barbara Independent Santa Barbara Musician Comes Out Swinging in New York In recent years, the arrival of the holidays in Santa Barbara has brought with it an array of traditions, one of which has been the regular appearance of S.B.-raised and increasingly acclaimed N.Y.C.-based jazz trombonist Mariel Bildsten on the SOhO calendar … Read More
By Alastair Steel, Jazz FM Throughout ONA, which is the word for “she” in her family’s native Croatian language, Alexa explores through eight unique original compositions and two outstanding new arrangements, the complex theme of what it means to be a woman. Read more here.
By Matt Micucci, JAZZIZ House of Mirrors is a stellar opening statement by vocalist/composer Kristiana Roemer. Introducing her distinctive and broad musical approach. Read more here.
By Scott Haas, The Bay State Banner Jazz violinist Regina Carter teamed up with Grammy Award-winning producer and writer Kabir Sehgal to release “Swing States: Harmony in the Battleground” in July. Sehgal, a godson of civil rights icon Andrew Young and author of “Jazzocracy: Jazz, Democracy, and the Creation of a New American Mythology,” among … Read More
By Jeremy Smith, Last Row Music “All music, but particularly jazz is the ultimate example of the beauty that can be created by learning from and appreciating disparate cultures. Jazz is the ultimate expression of freedom.” These words in musical form ring true throughout Freedom, the debut album of jazz trombonist Javier Nero. Read more here. … Read More