REVIEW: Kristiana Roemer ‘House of Mirrors’ – Off The Tracks

March 8, 2021Press Reel, Reviews

By Simon Sweetman, Off The Tracks Born in Germany, educated in both Europe and the United States and raised in a bilingual house, jazz vocalist Kristiana Roemer shows serious chops, great songwriting ideas and subtle envelope-pushing on a debut album that recalls mid-period Joni Mitchell one minute (the opening, title track) and takes me back … Read More

REVIEW: Thana Alexa “ONA” – Bebop Spoken Here

March 6, 2021Press Reel, Reviews

By Lance Liddle, Bebop Spoken Here This bold, powerful and compelling album slipped beneath the critics’ radar on its release a year ago but may be ripe for rediscovery since garnering two Grammy nominations this month. Self-released in March 2020, ONA has been nominated for Best Jazz Vocal Album and for Best Improvised Jazz Solo, … Read More

NEW RELEASE: Glenn Close & Ted Nash Present TRANSFORMATION – New Album out May 7, 2021 via Tiger Turn

March 4, 2021New Release, Press Releases

Iconic Emmy & Tony Award Winning Actress Glenn Close and Grammy Winner Ted Nash Present Collaborative Album Transformation: Personal Stories of Change, Acceptance, and Evolution Due out on May 7, 2021 via Tiger Turn    Featuring special guests Wayne Brady, Amy Irving, Matthew Stevenson, Eli Nash and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton … Read More

REVIEW: Roni Ben-Hur Stories – Making A Scene!

March 4, 2021Press Reel, Reviews

By Jim Hynes, Making A Scene Jazz guitar virtuoso Roni Ben-Hur shares another chapter of his genre-busting 40-year multicultural musical journey with Stories and an impressive lineup that includes the legendary George Cables on piano, esteemed trumpeter Ingrid Jensen, the steadfast rhythm section with bassist Harvie S and drummer Victor Lewis, and special guest vocalists Magos Herrera and Tamuz Nissim.  Read more here.