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Kathy Mattea Wants to Save Mountain Stage

From Charleston Gazette-Mail Kathy Mattea: WV Public Broadcasting, Mountain Stage vital to state By: Kathy Mattea I tell people I’ve lived my adult life as an expatriate. I grew up in West Virginia, lived in the same house in Cross Lanes until I left for WVU, and at 19, decided to take my chances at music by moving to Nashville. It worked out for me, but what I’ve come to understand is that I’ll never be a Tennesseean. I will always be, under my skin, a West Virginian who happens to live in Tennessee. I got lucky. I made a life and a career in music, and have travelled all over the country and in many other parts of the world, singing and telling stories. That includes a quiet personal mission to educate people about West Virginia, its music and what it’s really like there (when I’m out West, I... Read The Full Article

Posted Apr 8th, 2021 in News


Sound Prints ‘Other Worlds’ Out May 7

SOUND PRINTS – OTHER WORLDS The third full length album by Sound Prints, co-led by Joe Lovano and Dave Douglas, includes ten new compositions by the co-leaders and features Lawrence Fields, Linda May Han Oh and Joey Baron. Releasing May... Read The Full Article

Posted Mar 29th, 2021 in News


GRAMMY Winner!

Congratulations to Kurt Elling & Danilo Perez on their Grammy Award win for Best Jazz Vocal Album! Listen here: Read The Full Article

Posted Mar 15th, 2021 in News


New Music From Gretchen Parlato

Listen now to new music from Gretchen Parlato’s Flor: Read The Full Article

Posted Mar 5th, 2021 in News


Joe Lovano Jazzwise Interview

JOE LOVANO INTERVIEW: 'WE HAVE TO EMERGE FROM THIS WITH A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE ON THE WHOLE PROCESS OF CREATING MUSIC, BUT NOT IN A COMMERCIAL WAY, IN A SPIRITUAL WAY', Click here to read the full article on Jazzwise Read The Full Article

Posted Feb 22nd, 2021 in News


Renaissance in Bloom

Great feature on Gretchen Parlato in the March issue of DownBeat! Read The Full Article

Posted Feb 9th, 2021 in News


The Definition of Black Girl Magic

Terri Lyne Carrington is the definition of Black Girl Magic Anointed by jazz legends, literally, Carrington was destined for greatness. Four decades later, she's proven she is not only great, but groundbreaking. Click here to read more from AP Read The Full Article

Posted Feb 3rd, 2021 in News


Trio Tapestry on WBGO Take Five

From WBGO Take Five: Joe Lovano’s Trio Tapestry, R+R=Now, Emmet Cohen, Theo Bleckmann and More By: Nate Chinen Joe Lovano’s Trio Tapestry, ‘Garden of Expression’ A few years ago, saxophonist Joe Lovano formally introduced Trio Tapestry, a telepathic ensemble with... Read The Full Article

Posted Jan 25th, 2021 in News


Deva Mahal Performing For Biden Inauguration

Deva Mahal and The Resistance Revival Chorus Join Official Live Stream Event Honoring Joe Biden’s Inauguration The Event Will Unveil The Music Video For “Everybody Deserves To Be Free” From The Resistance Revival Chorus’ Debut Album This Joy In the... Read The Full Article

Posted Jan 16th, 2021 in News


NPR Jazz Critics Poll

From NPR The 2020 NPR Music Jazz Critics Poll By: Francis Davis 9. Rudresh Mahanthappa Hero Trio (Whirlwind) Points: 120 Votes: 22 It’s a gamble for a horn player to record in a trio without a keyboardist or guitarist. You... Read The Full Article

Posted Jan 14th, 2021 in News


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