Jason Miles Tag Archive

Jason Miles and a little ‘Black Magic’.

Due to his adaptability to any musical situation he finds himself in, Jason Miles is an artist that one could easily describe as a chameleon. While some may view this as a...

Lunchtime Lockdowns: Jason Miles

Welcome to our lunchtime lockdown series. Here at Jazz in Europe, we wanted to take some time and speak to artists in the Jazz industry, all across the world, about how life is...

Jason Miles, Black Magic, CD Review

Today saw the release of the latest album titled “Black Magic” from Keyboardist and producer Jason Miles. Often described as a chameleon, largely due to his...

Jason Miles | Black Magic

Following up on his “Kind of New” and “Kind of New 2 – Blue in Paris” albums, pianist Jason Miles will release his new album titled “Black...

Grammy Winner & Maverick Hybrid Producer & Artist – Jason Miles

Nigel J. EiC @ JazzInEurope and producer at JazzTalk.News  – Nigel J. talks with Grammy Winner – Jason Miles his special guest in this episode. Asking questions,...

Featured Video YouTube Playlist

Featured Video YouTube Playlist The Jazz In Europe Featured Video YouTube playlist Includes videos featured on Jazz In Europe and our picks of the best jazz video’s on the...

Jason Miles reports from Jazz Congress 2019 in New York.

Editors note: Grammy award-winning producer Jason Miles attended this year’s Jazz Congress 2019 in New York.  All of our team really appreciate Jason and his support. ...

Jason Miles – Celebrating the music of Weather Report.

For readers of Jazz In Europe, keyboard player and producer Jason Miles needs no introduction. Our extensive interview with Jason last year proved to one of the most read articles...

Interview with Rebecca Angel

Recently vocalist Rebecca Angel released her new EP titled “What We Had”. Still, in her formative stage as an artist, Rebecca has already started to make head-roads...

EP review – ‘What We had’ by Rebecca Angel

Rebecca Angel is fast emerging as a new jazz vocalist with a captivating voice which is already exploring different grooves. Not surprising when your raised in a well-known...

CD Review | Beverley Beirne, Jazz Just Wants To Have Fun

Jazz artists have always covered the popular tunes of the day, such as Miles Davis’ recording of “My Funny Valentine,” and John Coltrane’s exquisite version of “My...