Triptych: Zach Brock, Matt Ulery, Jon Deitemyer live at the Chicago Jazz String Summit, 5/7

May 1, 2016Event Announcement

Triptych: Zach Brock, Matt Ulery, Jon Deitemyer Chicago Jazz String Summit May 7, 8:30 PM, $15  Triptych, featuring Zach Brock, Matt Ulery and Jon Deitemyer is proud to perform at the Chicago Jazz String Summit on Saturday, May 7 at 8:30 PM at Constellation, located at 3111 Western Ave, Chicago IL 60618. Tickets are available at Also performing that evening will be Trio Amgydala and James Sanders’ … Read More

Jackie Gage Reviewed on All About Jazz (by James Nadal)

April 24, 2016Reviews

by James Nadal, All About Jazz It is an era of difficult choices for young vocalists, but the ones that follow their heart are certainly the better for it.Jackie Gage is a determined singer who self-produced Siren Songs as a commitment toward her career in jazz. The production features a refined string quartet, augmenting the … 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 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

Brandee Younger’s ‘Wax & Wane’ Reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

April 13, 2016Reviews

by Woodrow Wilkins   Continuing her tributes to the sounds created by icons Dorothy Ashby and Alice Coltrane, harpist Brandee Younger makes her own mark in the jazz world withWax & Wane (2016). Younger is accompanied by Anne Drummond, concert and alto flutes; Chelsea Baratz, tenor sax; Mark Whitfield, guitar; Dezron Douglas, electric bass; and … Read More

Dave Sumner of Bird is the Worm Reviews ‘Wax & Wane’

April 9, 2016Reviews

by Dave Sumner, Bird is the Worm Being a harpist on the jazz scene can’t be easy.  And though jazz, as much as any genre, takes a sincere stab at incorporating non-traditional instruments into the body of work, it’s a not a huge stretch to assume that a harpist has gotta work a bit harder … Read More