Jazz

Steve McQuarry, Aire

December 17, 2018 admin 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Growing up in Denver Colorado pianist and composer Steve McQuarry was afforded a home filled with his mothers piano playing.  It was this inspiration that led him to study at the Eastman […]

Chamber Jazz

Dan Moretti, Invoke

November 23, 2018 admin 0

by Nolan DeBuke Dan Moretti is certainly not a new name to jazz. He has spun countless albums since his early days now culminating into 30 years of spanning discography of seventeen releases as a […]

Jazz

Rudy Royston, Flatbed Buggy

October 30, 2018 admin 0

by Ferell Aubre Rudy Royston was born in the big state of Texas, Ft. Worth in fact, but was raised in the progressive loins of Denver, Colorado. His mother avidly supported the arts and his […]

Jazz

Gilles Bernard, 4 Rue Durocher

October 16, 2018 admin 0

by Nolan DeBuke Throughout pianist Gilles Bernard’s career, he has collaborated with many renowned musicians in the Quebec jazz community, with a career spanning from 1985 to present some of his collaborations have included John […]

Jazz

Kevin Quinn, Paramedic

September 22, 2018 admin 1

by Ferell Aubre Born and raised in New York, Kevin Quinn had the opportunity to absorb the cities rich jazz history growing up.  At eighteen he began his formal training, and while attending the State […]

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

Troy Roberts, Nu-Jive Perspective

September 3, 2018 admin 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Every generation there are musicians that standout, those that show a versatility in their playing and offer a robust sound and spark that ignites the listener.  In the saxophone category, two such […]

Jazz

Christian Sands, Facing Dragons

August 21, 2018 admin 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Born in 1989, pianist Christian Sands grew up in New Haven, Connecticut, and later moved to the nearby Orange. He started playing the piano at a very young age and took lessons […]

Jazz

Robert Kennedy, Closer to Home

August 9, 2018 admin 0

by Nolan DeBuke Robert Kennedy grew up in the deep south, where jazz has a long-standing history of producing soulful artists with a swinging attitude, dripping with gospel overtones.  Kennedy is a Hammond organist and […]

Jazz

Sam Anning, Across A Field As Vast As One

July 10, 2018 admin 0

by Sylvannia Garutch Originally from Fremantle WA, Sam Anning is a bassist and composer that relocated to Melbourne, Australia, and has become an internationally sought-after bassist. Whilst undertaking a Bachelor of Jazz (Performance) degree at […]