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Diana Perez’s bourbon-hued timbres have a way of wooing listeners into her world of classic jazz, showing a natural ease reminiscent of Leslie Lewis and an innate loveli…
Jazz guitarist Steve Herberman told JazzReview.com, "You have to know the roots of jazz." A man of his word, Herberman’s compositions display a roots-jazz style that has…
Harking of bossa nova’s debonair sashays and classic jazz’s alluring undulations and graceful swagger, the trio of bassist/composer Mark Saltman, drummer/composer Willia…
Infinity, the new CD from the Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet is a picture of Brazilian sunsets and Latin-dance splendor put into music and fringed with a spla…
Tacoma, Washington native saxophonist Cliff Colon has taken his love of jazz and his memories from childhood of playing the videogame "Contra" and meshed them into a son…
New York City’s 3D Ritmo de Vida create a mane of Caribbean-salsa-swing moving to the rhythmic pulsations of a river of Latin-flavored beats on the group’s latest CD …
Joani Taylor is a grand Dame among jazz singers, displaying a luster in her voice that glitters with the splendor of a Queen’s crown jewels. Taylor’s sixth album In M…
Jazz singer Leslie Lewis and the Gerard Hagen Trio come together beautifully on their latest release Of Two Minds, which feature nine cover tunes from iconic writ…
The Mark Masters Ensemble celebrates the music of jazz saxophonist Dewey Redman in the group’s latest release Farewell Walter Dewey Redman. Reminiscent of the big…
Azerbaijan-born, Rotterdam-based composer/pianist/bandleader Amina Figarova revitalizes post-bop idioms and classic jazz arias on her latest release Above The Clouds<…