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Jazz Grammy Nominees

From the Grammy Awards 2018 GRAMMYs: 9 Things To Know About The Jazz Field Nominees By: Tim McPhate Drawing first-time nominations are Brazilian Antonio Adolfo ( Hybrido — From Rio To Wayne Shorter ), clarinet/guitar duo Anat Cohen & Marcello Gonçalves ( Outra Cosa — The Music Of Moacir Santos ) and Pablo Ziegler Trio ( Jazz Tango ), who are each nominated for Best Latin Jazz Album. To read more click here Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 15th, 2017 in News


Nate Chinen's Top 10 Albums

From NPR Music Nate Chinen’s Top 10 (Actually 21) Albums Of 2017 By: Nate Chinen 4. Jason Moran, ‘BANGS’ (Tie) Tied here are two brilliant albums that landed slightly off the grid, with two-thirds of the same personnel: Ron Miles... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 14th, 2017 in News


"inter-are": NPR Top 100 Songs of 2017

From NPR Music The 100 Best Songs of 2017 By: NPR Music inter-are by Mark Guiliana Before he was known as David Bowie’s final drummer, before he had even gathered a reputation for next-wave beat science, Mark Guiliana was trained... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 14th, 2017 in News


2018 Jazz Congress: Jan 11-12

From JazzTimes 2018 Jazz Congress at Jazz at Lincoln Center on January 11-12 The Jazz Congress, a new annual conference organized by JazzTimes and Jazz at Lincoln Center, will bring together artists, media and industry leaders from the global jazz... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 13th, 2017 in News


Jazzmeia Horn: First-Time Grammy Nominee

From The Grammy Awards 2018 GRAMMYs: Meet 15 First Time Nominees By: Grammy.com Staff Many firsts in music hold a special significance. The first time you heard your favorite song. The first album you purchased (or streamed). That first instrument.... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 12th, 2017 in News


Os trópicos de Caetano Veloso

From Le Monde Diplomatique Brazil Os trópicos de Caetano Veloso By:Guilherme Henrique Em entrevista que será publicada na primeira edição de 2018 do Le Monde Diplomatique Brasil, Caetano Veloso exercitou o mesmo olhar reflexivo e crítico que fez do Tropicalismo... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 12th, 2017 in IMN / Industry News


Footsteps of Our Fathers

Thurston Talk The Washington Center Hosts Grammy Award Winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo By: The Washington Center for the Performing Arts The Washington Center for the Performing Arts is excited to present GRAMMY Award winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo on January 17,... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 11th, 2017 in News


NYT: The Best Albums of 2017

From the New York Times The Best Albums of 2017 By: Giovanni Russonello RUDRESH MAHANTHAPPA’S INDO-PAK COALITION “Agrima” (self-released): Mr. Mahanthappa, an alto saxophonist, writes along the divide between contemporary jazz and South Asian classical, always with a sense of... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 11th, 2017 in News


Netflix for Jazz? Digital Concerts and Films

From The New York Times Netflix for Jazz? Quincy Jones’s Qwest TV Takes Concerts and Films Digital By: Giovanni Russonello For much of jazz’s history, devotees discovered music over the radio airwaves and in library stacks, rooting out old LPs... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 11th, 2017 in IMN / Industry News


Chicago Trib Best Jazz of 2017

From The Chicago Tribune Iyer, Zenon, Cohen Among Best Jazz Recordings By: Howard Reich Among the best jazz recordings of 2017: Anat Cohen Tentet: “Happy Song” (Anzic Records). Clarinetist Cohen released three recordings in 2017, each worthy of inclusion on... Read The Full Article

Posted Dec 11th, 2017 in News


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