by Allen Scott, All That’s Jazz, Episode 41 Surprising is a word that perhaps best describes Grammy® nominated artist, Thana Alexa, an extraordinarily creative force in music. An awe-inspiring vocalist, composer, arranger and producer – for whom the voice is both a lyrical and experimental instrument – her music pushes the boundaries of the genre … Read More
by Shannon Fontana Listen to the full podcast interview here.
By Shae Fontana, Bleu Bop Todays podcast features Allan Harris who is releasing a new studio recording Kate’s Soulfood. Available on February 12th. Listen to this podcast here.
By Jason Crane, The Jazz Session Violinist Tomoko Omura‘s latest album is Branches, Vol. 1. In this interview, she talks about the album’s sonic landscape; how she drew from Japanese folktales to write the music; the gorgeous artwork by Trina Hines; and a lot more. Check this podcast here.
Por Hector Martin, Canción a Quemarropa Nuevo programa de Canción a quemarropa, en esta ocasión con una importante mezcla de discos que nos han llegado orientado a la música más bailable y latina. Hoy puedes disfrutarlo en versión podcast, como es habitual: Para escuchar este programa presione aquí.
By Jason Crane, The Jazz Session Trombonist and vocalist Natalie Cressman has released an album and a single with Brazilian guitarist Ian Faquini, and a second album is nearly complete. In this interview, Cressman talks about immersing herself in the Portuguese language; the subtlety of her duo playing with Faquini; virtual music during the pandemic; … Read More
By Mal Stanley, ABC Australia This week on ABC Jazz, we’re diving into the debut release from the German-born, US-based vocalist Kristiana Roemer. She’s studied all over the globe – but has landed in New York City – cutting her first record with some of the city’s finest players. Check this feature here.
By Dave Douglas, Greenleaf Music Dave Douglas Zoom chats with MacArthur Fellowship recipient violinist Regina Carter about her wide ranging experience in all sorts of music. Listen to this podcast here.
By Nate Chinen & Greg Bryant, WBGO It’s never a bad time to talk about Thelonious Monk. His indomitable music and incorruptible example serve as a renewable resource, because there’s always something fresh to uncover, another brilliant corner to explore. Listen to this podcast here.
By Allen Scott, All That’s Jazz Birdland. The Mecca of Jazz in New York City. There are only be a few names in jazz history that equal the importance of this iconic club. Listen to this podcast here.