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“Saving Jazz” – Dave Holland & Kenny Barron Trio featuring Jonathan Blake

Miles Davis replaced contra-bassist Ron Carter with the bassist Dave Holland in 1968; with this shift, and with Chick Corea on electric piano replacing Herbie Hancock, Miles...

ISQ – the Post Jazz/Art Pop quartet tour dates.

ISQ is a critically-acclaimed Post Jazz/Art Pop quartet from London consisting of Irene Serra on vocals/electronics, Richard Sadler on the double bass, Naadia Sheriff on...

Live at A-Trane Berlin – In the Land of Irene Kral and Alan Broadbent

The refreshing, easy-going and authentic vocals and song commentary of Erik Leuthäuser from the stage of the well-known Jazz club in Berlin  – A-Trane.  Is the platform...

BJO & Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra – A Big Band Celebration

One of the most famous big bands in the world is coming to BOZAR, Brussels! The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra are from New York and have championed the big band repertoire in...

Samba Meets Jazz Workshops come to Paris.

The Samba Meets Jazz Workshops, directed by Brazilian-born, multi-Grammy Nominee Nilson Matta (bassist for, Trio da Paz and Luis Bonfa) will be returning to Europe this April....

Ola Onabule interview’s Avishai Cohen at Siena Jazz

Recently Jazz In Europe invited Ola Onabule to spend a few days during the summer workshops at Italy’s seminal and inspiring jazz institution – the Siena Jazz University....

Doug Webb following in the footsteps of Sonny Rollins

It’s one of the biggest challenges for a saxophonist playing with only a drummer and bassist rather than the inclusion of a piano. Doug Webb achieves that challenge! With...

Global Music Foundation, Tuscany Spring Jazz Summit April 7 through 11, 2020

  Don’t miss the GMF’S 2020 JAZZ SUMMIT INTENSIVE COURSES AND FESTIVALS – celebrations of great music; rich in Jazz, Latin, Blues, Folk and World, presented in a...

London Gypsy Jazz Festival – March 2020 at Toulouse Lautrec

Five days dedicated to the 1930s to 1950s music known as gypsy swing, jazz Manouche or Hot Club, and featuring both national & international Gypsy Jazz musicians. On the 25th...

New Inspirational single – Venus – by Mike Casey

Today, (Jan 29, 2020) Mike Casey releases an original ballad single called ‘Venus’, inspired by The Venus Project – an uplifting, hopeful prayer for global peace and...

7 Virtual Jazz Club announces the winner of the Web Community Prize

7 Virtual Jazz Club is proud to announce the winner of the Web Community Prize and the finalists of the 4th edition of the global contest. Milan (Italy) – January 25, 2020...

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Esperanza Spalding & Brad Mehldau take honours at the 2020 Grammy Awards.

Last night in Los Angles the 62nd edition of the Grammy awards were held. Clocking in at almost 4 hours long, the Recording Academy was clearly in no rush to get through this...

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Jermaine Holmes ‘Stronger than my Fears’ album review

As I mentioned in one of my recent tweets, my first write-up for 2020 is going to be about the Grammy-award winning vocalist, New Jersey-born,  Jermaine Holmes debut album....

Sounds of Cuba and New Orleans

They call New Orleans “the northernmost Caribbean city,” and Cuba is a culturally rich relative. These two hotbeds of rhythm are combined in Herlin Riley presents: Sounds of...

Holdup, the new EP From Ola Onabule and The Hazelrigg Brothers

Now and then a collaboration comes along that grabs your attention and earlier this week this is exactly what happened when the new EP from vocalist Ola Onabule and The Hazelrigg...

Micah Barnes, When In Rome

Canadian vocalist Micah Barnes released his new single “When In Rome” from his coming album “Vegas Breeze” last week. Micah enjoys a strong following in...

CD Review: The Beast in the Blueprint

‘It’s not about standing still and becoming safe. If anybody wants to keep creating, they have to be about change’ Miles Davis Led by the formidable talent that is Jemma...

Callum Au wins the BJO ICC Award

Callum Au won the BJO ICC Award during the 8th International Composition Contest in Flagey, Brussels. The international jury, consisting of Pierre Bertrand (FR), Florian Ross...

Debut album of the Year winner takes to the road…

Scottish pianist Fergus McCreadie takes his trio on tour in the UK this month for the first time since winning Album of the Year at the Parliamentary Jazz Awards 2019 for his...

jazzahead! 2020 – Large ensembles and female empowerment…

Showcase applications for Bremen’s 2020 jazz trade fair reach a new record level… The two main themes which emerge from the application round for the 40 showcase slots at...

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