Aimée Allen Trio Utilizes Jazz Road Tour Grant This Fall The internationally recognized talent will hit the road this October alongside guitarist Tony Romano and bassist François Moutin “Allen will … Read More
By Stephen Smoliar, The Rehearsal Studio This album was released at roughly the same time as another “antidote” album produced by pianist and vocalist Champian Fulton. Like many, Fulton turned … Read More
By Troy dostert, All About Jazz Joining the ranks of young vibraphonists with skills galore, Jalen Baker brings a lot to the table on his debut record, This is Me, … Read More
By Chloe Rabinowitz, Broadway World This past February, Svetlana and her award-winning band The New York Collective utilized their competitive Jazz Road touring grant to embark on a two-part road … Read More
By Glenn Daniels, The Jazz Page Generations from the team of drummer Marcus Baylor and singer Jean Baylor is a beautiful homage to their personal and ancestral musical influences. Elements … Read More
By Jeff Gardner, Tucson Weekly As the absurdity of the last 18 months would have it, it took musician and singer Rachel Eckroth returning to the desert to release an … Read More
By Wulf Müeller, Wulff’s Music + Blog “A fitting tribute to the main inspiration of Dave Liebman.” Read this review here.
Por José Ramón, La Habitación Del Jazz Carlos Henriquez (1979, Bronx, Nueva York), estudió música a una edad temprana, tocó la guitarra hasta la secundaria y se decantó por el … Read More
By Jeremy Smith, Last Row Music Trumpeter Skyler Floe Announces Captivating Debut Album Abstraction, out October 8th. Read more here.
By Dee Dee McNeil. Musicalmemoirs’s Blog Three years ago, pianist Brandon Goldberg was twelve-years-old. He received plenty of attention when he released his debut CD titled, “Let’s Play!” It was … Read More