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Jazz Legend Honored By Colorado Music Hall Of Fame

From CBS Denver Jazz Legend Honored By Colorado Music Hall Of Fame By: Tom Mustin Dianne Reeves, a renowned jazz singer in Denver, is one of this year’s inductees into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. The George Washington High School graduate is a five-time Grammy winner, with more than four decades in the music business. She sat down with CBS4’s Tom Mustin at her Denver home to talk about her incredible career, and how growing up in Colorado helped shape her life. “Anything that had to do with music is what I wanted to do.” The Denver native showed off pictures from her more than 40 years as a jazz legend. “That’s Herby Hancock, myself and Wynton Marsalis,” she showed Mustin… To read more click here Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 22nd, 2017 in News


Etienne Charles' Co-Produced Album Nominated For NAACP Image Award

From LOOP Etienne Charles co-produced album nominated for NAACP Award TT-born musician, composer, and producer Etienne Charles may be among the recipients of an NAACP Image Award when the awards are presented on January 15, 2018. Charles served as an... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 21st, 2017 in News


2018 Latin Grammy Awards

From ABC News Select winners of 18th annual Latin Grammy Awards Winners of the 18th annual Latin Grammy Awards, presented Thursday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas: — Album of the year: “Salsa Big Band,” Ruben Blades... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 17th, 2017 in News


Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet Creates Acoustic Alchemy

From jazzwise Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet create acoustic alchemy at Ronnie Scott’s By: Eddie Myer Mark Guiliana is associated with a certain level of jazz-fusion high intensity, but tonight’s gig, in support of the new album Jersey is billed as... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 15th, 2017 in News


Lovano in London: Feisty Bop, Heartfelt Ballads

From Financial Times Joe Lovano Classic Quartet, Ronnie Scott’s — feisty bop, heartfelt ballads By: Mike Hobart The American saxophonist was on imperious form for this gutsy two-set gig. American saxophonist Joe Lovano closed this gutsy two-set gig with an... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 13th, 2017 in News


Cuban Wizards Conjure A Pulsating Piano Stampede

From The Guardian Chucho Valdés/Gonzalo Rubalcaba review – Cuban wizards conjure a pulsating piano stampede By: John Fordham Between Friday morning’s opening shows and the arrival of Cuban piano maestros Chucho Valdés and Gonzalo Rubalcaba at the Barbican on Saturday... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 13th, 2017 in News


Colorado Music Hall of Fame Inducts Dianne Reeves

From Westword Colorado Music Hall of Fame Inducts Dianne Reeves By: Jon Solomon As a teen in the ’70s, jazz singer Dianne Reeves had a weekly gig at the Warehouse, a restaurant and music venue in Glendale that paid $250... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 12th, 2017 in News


Fatoumata Diawara Sings For The Voiceless

From The National (UAE) Malian singer Fatoumata Diawara sings for the voiceless Malian blues chanteuse Fatoumata Diawara’s peppy songs conceal a wisdom forged by a painful journey of self-discovery. Each performance, she explains, provides a sense of healing. The smiles... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 10th, 2017 in News


Jazz In Europe: Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet Tour

Jazz In Europe Mark Guiliana Tours his new release Jersey The worldwide tour continues as the Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet completes their sweep of Europe and Scandinavia, and launches the second leg of the U.S. Tour at The Jazz Standard... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 9th, 2017 in News


KNKX: The Bad Plus - Live Studio Session

From KNKX KNKX: The Bad Plus – Live Studio Session By: Abe Beeson They may be the longest running jazz trio in history without a line-up change, but after 17 years The Bad Plus will see a new face behind... Read The Full Article

Posted Nov 9th, 2017 in News


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