Push the envelope of the jazz genre with daring new releases that challenge the mind and heart from artists Tim Berne’s Snakeoil, Marc Cary Focus Trio, Brian Hass and Matt Chamberlain, Myra Melford, Gretchen Parlato, Ahmad Jamal, David Hazeltine Trio and Stan Getz at his Montreux best.
Sting previews his upcoming Broadway musical on new CD. Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan feels right at home in Austin, Texas. Saxophonist Kenny Garrett releases the jazz album of the year. Longtime Detroit guitarist Howard Glazer and New Orleans Legend Cyril Neville have the blues. Pennsylvania rock’n'roll band A.D.D. has learned its lessons well…and its rhythm section is only 15!
Four Hot New Blues Albums by Voo Davis, Bryan Lee, Jon Veeman, Shawn Holt and One Searing Live Performance by The BB King Blues Club All-Stars
Mike Greenblatt digs into The Fabulous Thunderbirds’ “On The Verge,” Earl Poole Ball’s “Pianography,” and a salute to steel guitar innovator Buddy Emmons.
Known for hits “Slow Ride” and “Fool For The City,” Foghat is going strong after 42 years as a band — and still with its original drummer, Roger Earl.
Attendees don’t have pay a dime to enjoy performances at 13 of the venue’s 14 stages. That’s the heart and soul of MusikFest. Well, that and the incredible food.
Plus, Australians Clairy Browne And The Bangin’ Rackettes embrace a variety of musical genres with the Vanguard debut ‘Baby Caught The Bus.’
The guitar hero is touring to support his brilliant new album, his most ferociously biting adventure since 1971′s “The Inner Mounting Flame” with the Mahavishnu Orchestra.
With a brand-new album in hand, Davies talks about how his family helped get The Kinks going, as well as his relationship with bandmate and brother Ray.