Tours

Steve Coleman and the Five Elements | European Tour 2018

Alto saxophonist Steve Coleman will once again be bringing his band the Five Elements to Europe for a series of concerts this month. Steve is no stranger to the European jazz...

The Brussels Jazz Orchestra Celebrates its 25th Anniversary with Maria Schneider.

This Month the Brussels Jazz Orchestra will celebrate their 25th anniversary with a series of special concerts in Belgium, the Netherlands and a unique performance in...

Ben Wendel to premiere ‘The Seasons’ project live in Europe

In 2015, award-winning saxophonist, bassoonist, composer Ben Wendel released a music-video art project entitled ‘The Seasons’ – inspired by a set of twelve piano...

Jean Toussaint, tours new album “Brother Raymond”

Beginning this month saxophonist Jean Toussaint will tour the UK in Support of his latest album, Brother Raymond. The tour spanning some four months will see Toussaint and band...

Soft Machine, English Avant Jazz-Rock Fifty Years On

Soft Machine is a legendary English avant-jazz rock fusion group most prominent in the late 60s through the mid-70s. They evolved from a psychedelic-rock band to a most...

Christian Sands | Reach Further Tour

New York based pianist Christian Sands can be seen as one of the rising stars on today jazz scene. In April 2017 he released his 8th album and his first for Mack Avenue Records....

Stanley Clarke brings “The Message” to Europe

45 years after his album debut, four-time Grammy® Award-winning bassist Stanley Clarke is poised to release a new album, wielding a vision of fusion, funk, breakbeats and...

Marcus Miller releases new album ahead of European Tour.

Three years since the release of his last album, Afrodeezia, multi-Grammy-winning bassist Marcus Miller will release his new album “Laid Black” on Blue Note Records on...

Manuel Valera reaches for the star’s with new CD “The Planets”

Pianist Manuel Valera releases his new CD “The Planets” on Mavo Records this coming Friday. Born and raised in Havana, Cuba and now based in New York City, Grammy...

Jason Miles, Observations from the road part 2

Earlier this week we published part one of Jason Miles Op-Ed about his experiences touring his “Kind of New” project through Europe earlier this year. During his...

Interview with Mike Clark, The ultimate “Groove Meister”

At the age of 71 you would expect to be reflecting on a long career while sipping a Pina Colada on a beach in the Caribbean. Often not the case with musicians and definitely not...