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Morrice Blackwell

Morrice Blackwell

Owner and publisher of jazzreview.com, Morrice Blackwell is a christian husband dad jazz fan website developing marketing manager basketball playing engineer that lives for photography.

29.01.2011

Karen Briggs

Published in Concert Reviews
Contemporary jazz violinist, Karen Briggs brought down the house with her smooth, classical yet very creative playing style. Internationally recognized for her world tour with Yanni, Karen has now made a name for herself and most recently toured with Stanley Clarke's group, Vertu. Vertu was release this summer with chart-topping success. Her third performance at the Red Mill East was definitely her best. With the help of some great backup musicians (Keith Rouster - bass, LaVelle Bell - drums, an
29.01.2011

Douye's Press Release

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DOUYE

NIGERIAN BORN, L.A. BASED SINGER/SONGWRITER

TAKES LISTENERS ON A SEDUCTIVE, SENSUAL SMOOTH-JAZZ

‘JOURNEY’ WITH THE RELEASE OF HER DEBUT ALBUM

The Multi-Talented, Socially Conscious Artist Collaborates

With Famed Pop Songwriter Terry Shaddick ("Physical")

Beautifully texturing her pure, sultry and smoky vocals with a sensual and soulful, cool retro-jazzy vibe, Nigerian born, Los Angel

Maxjazz recording artist Dena DeRose is pleased to announce that she will make a return to New York City with a string of shows celebrating the release of her new CD, "Live at Jazz Standard, Volume One."

Derose, on piano and vocals, will appear with a trio lineup featuring drummer Matt Wilson and bassist Martin Wind, performing four shows at the Kitano Hotel on February 8 and 9, marking her first NYC appearance since 2006 after touring extensively throughout Europe and Japan. "Live at

New York City-The Chris Bergson Band announces the release of their second CD Fall Changes [2 Shirts Records], with a street date set for October 1, 2007.

Recorded at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, NY and produced by guitarist/singer/songwriter Chris Bergson and award winning Blues journalist Dave Rubin (Johnny Winter, Cornell Dupree), Fall Changes showcases the band’s personal blend of contemporary Americana, highlighting Ber

Trombonist-composer-arranger Deborah Weisz announces the release of her new CD TRIO, with a street date set for June 12, 2007.

The project, featuring Weisz on trombone, Sheryl Bailey on guitar and Nicki Parrott on bass, is a lively mix of original compositions, and classics by Monk and Dameron. Weisz notes that much of the music is from her "Garage" years-named for the Greenwich Village club of the same name-where the trio often performed, while the remainder of the cuts were wr

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CD - "QUIET PRESENCE"
Sax-of-Praise
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SAX-OF-PRAISE
OTHA T. CARPENTER, ESQ.
713-227-2833
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www.Saxofpraise.com

"QUIET PRESENCE" combines several original songs and a few classics. "Quiet Presence" is the name of the CD and debut single. The song embodies an earth felt groove with the soprano sax of Sax-of-Praise. "Hear Me Say I Love You", "In Yo Bass", Ride With Big J",
In Mind, Ken Berman's new release, features ten inspired original tracks showcasing his genius as a composer and pianist, leading a combo that includes the great John Lockwood on bass and legendary drummers Yoron Israel and Bob Gullotti. In December 2005, the French newspaper Le Monde praised Ken Berman, a sensation in Paris, as "precise and inventive," and the "talk of the town in the clubs of the European capital of jazz," and hailed him as a "fluid and erudite" composer and performer whose "c
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