Crossover Jazz

Rosie Frater-Taylor, On My Mind

October 8, 2018 admin 1

by Ferell Aubre Rosie Frater-Taylor is the next generation of musicians rising through the ranks, that was introduced to music originally from their parents, who were also jazz musicians.  Scottish born vocalist/songwriter Josie Frater and […]

Jazz

Yellowjackets, Raising Our Voice

September 6, 2018 admin 0

by Ferell Aubre The iconic jazz fusion band based in Los Angeles, Yellowjackets are back with their fourth Mack Avenue Record entitled, Raising Our Voice. The Yellowjackets have been creating a unique brand of jazz […]

Crossover Jazz

Carolyn Lee Jones, In A Long White Room

December 25, 2017 admin 1

by Ferell Aubre Vocalist Carolyn Lee Jones offers a sophisticated take on classic pop tunes on her latest offering In a Long White Room, brimming with classic songs like “Moondance,” which is give a Latin […]

Crossover Jazz

Lizz Wright, Grace

September 25, 2017 admin 0

by Micha Bellini Lizz Wright is back with a new album called Grace. Continuing with her theme of presenting music that reflects her past and present state of consciousness, Wright has reworked well-known songs that […]

Avant

Maria Grand, TetraWind

July 1, 2017 admin 0

By Sylvannia Garutch Saxophonist, composer, and educator María Grand was born in Switzerland, upon her moving to New York in 2011, she quickly became the protégée of legendary musicians such as: Billy Harper, and Antoine […]

Vocal Jazz

Sylvia Bennett, For You

June 22, 2017 admin 0

by Roland Freerier For You, what else would you expect from an artist that their entire career has been about creating music for pure enjoyment, for entire delight and simply has done so for countless […]

Crossover Jazz

The Como Mamas, Move Upstairs

June 10, 2017 admin 0

by Jon Ward Gospel, roots trio The Como Mamas, is a Mississippi based group that digs deep into their delta roots. The trio of heavenly voices is Ester Mae Wilbourn, Della Daniels, and Angela Taylor. […]

Latin

Daymé Arocena, Cubafonía

May 5, 2017 admin 0

by Ferell Aubre Since Celina Gonzalez, no singer has been hailed the ‘Queen of Cuban music’. She’s a follower of the Afro-Cuban Santería faith, and her best material echoes the African-influenced religious chanting she has […]