The sound filling us up this month with blues, rock, jazz: Adam Ahuja will be the latest one-man band to rock your world. Six new faces come together to make a bold new jazz statement. Mama SpanX will spank you solid. Monk Lives. Jim Shaneberger protests like Dylan. And there’s a new British Invasion.
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.
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.
A review of new music collecting guides for those who have collect an assortment of music genres in different formats.
Goldmine is proud to present the 3rd edition of the “Jazz Album Price Guide” (Krause Publishing), authored by Dave Thompson. The author answered some questions about its release.
From blues to jazz, there are quite a few new releases that are as energetic and interesting as any current music on CD.
President Obama hosts International Jazz Day from the White House, on Friday, April 29, 2016 – televised on ABC TV Saturday, April 30, 2016.
Al Di Meola, Stanley Clarke, John Scofield, Ron Carter, King Sunny Ade, John Medeski, Wayne Shorter, Chris Botti, Steve Miller Band, Erykah Badu, Lucinda Williams, John Mayall, James Cotton, Madeleine Peyroux and Robert Glaspar might be giants but the essence of the upcoming Montreal International Jazz Festival June 26-July 5 are the free shows of Ragtime, Cajun, Celtic, Blues, Folk, Rock, hiphop, Dixieland, Swing, Bebop, Fusion, Gospel, Folk, Pop, and every other imaginable genre!
“Birdland” is a series of live ‘70s recordings by Alan Gauvin — saxophonist of Buddy’s band known as the Killer Force.