Jazz Caribe Reviews ‘Siren Songs’!

May 13, 2016Features, Reviews

Jackie Gage in concert with her new album “Siren Songs” by Luis Raul Montell, Jazz Caribe “Jackie Gage shows her charm not only singing but composing. Jazz romantic ballad; sentimental with the familiar theme of the legendary Mongo Santamaria“Afro Blue”are part of the selection provided by the Miss Gage on this debut album” – Luis Raul Montell, Jazz Caribe The … Read More

Brandee Younger Featured in the Village Voice!

May 10, 2016Features

Winding Up: Alternative Harpist Brandee Younger Leaps Into Uncharted Territory BY RAJUL PUNJABI, Village Voice Somewhere beyond the fairy forests and angel wings that harp music traditionally evokes lies Brandee Younger’s rebellion. She’s classically trained, but a typical week for her is more likely to include a jazz jam session one night and a hip-hop … Read More

Interview and feature on Jackie Gage on Singers Room!

April 18, 2016Features

Jazz Songbird Jackie Gage Talks Music, Debut Album ‘Siren Songs’, Relocating to NYC, & More by Dominique Carson for Singersroom.com Newcomer Jackie Gage is an R&B and jazz singer from California who would like to share her alluring, sophisticated voice. The 25-year-old vocalist relocated to New York City as a way to make her mark in … Read More

Jonathan Greenstein’s Vol 1 Reviewed on ‘A Slice of Jazz’

April 3, 2016Features

From A Slice of Jazz, Radio Cardiff 98.7 FM Alan Waring chooses a track to listen to, Mike Sims reviews the new EP from Jonathan Greenstein and looks ahead to albums being released later this week, Jonathan Crespo presents a profile of JJ Johnson and gets his knowledge of jazz music challenged by Rhys, Gilad … 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

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