From Swing, Metal and Soul to Roadhouse Blues’n’Boogie plus Jazz, this month’s “Filled With Sound” is overflowing!
From Funky Americana and Danish Vocalese to rare unearthed Art Pepper masterpieces and the debut of an Indiana twentysomething jazz genius, these six new CDs taste totally delicious.
Brave new sounds encompassing a tuba/guitar duo, ’70s-styled funk, regional blues-rock and even a meeting of the minds between The Cowsills, Beach Boys and Bangles. It’s all here.
Here are a bunch of new CDs that exemplify a good chunk of today’s Americana music.
A bonanza of new CDs include lush pop, R’n’B, Sinatra and Jobim Remembered, Country-Soul from a 1972 pioneer and pure Americana from a master.
From Memphis rockabilly to an Italian recreation thereof, with stops along the way for metal, jazz and Americana, we’ve got all the bases covered.
Forty years on, the Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival in Saratoga Springs, New York has been one of the most delightful and relaxing fests in the country.
Skip James had the “Illinois Blues” bad and put it all down on some very rare records.
The Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival, now in its 40th year, kicks off the Saratoga summer concert season under towering pine trees, this weekend June 24 and 25 on two stages.
AUSTRALIAN BLUES, CANADIAN AMERICANA, LOUISIANA ZYDECO, A “LIPSTICK TOMBOY,” A JAZZ SUPER-GROUP, A NEW ALLIGATOR & THE LAST OF THE ACID COWBOYS