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  • Born in Dallas, Texas and now happily domiciled in Los Angeles, bass player Edwin Livingston could be described as being on the crest of a wave.  His CD 'Transitions' was released in late 2010 and when recently I caught up…
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Suzi Price

Suzi Price

For many, the name "Jackie Paris" might not be a familiar one. Even older jazz enthusiasts might not be able to acknowledge the unheralded genius of this male vocalist, but wait! From Outsider Pictures, distributed by Naxos America, filmmaker and jazz musician Raymond De Felitta presents ‘Tis Autumn The Search for Jackie Paris, a loving tribute and documentary about male vocalist Jackie Paris, and the ups and downs of his outstanding and somewhat unrecognized life.

METHENY MUSIC FOUNDATION
KICK-OFF FUNDRAISING CONCERT, MARCH 7, 2008


In June 2007 the newly formed Metheny Music Foundation enabled two area high school students to attend the annual University of Missouri/Kansas City Jazz Improv Camp. "Awarding these scholarships is an important first step," said guitarist, 17-time Grammy winner, and Lee's Summit native Pat Metheny. And about the Foundation itself, Pat added, "This is an exciting endeavor with many promi

JAZZ JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION

NOMINATES CONCORD , TELARC AND HEADS UP

FOR SEVEN JAZZ AWARDS

For immediate release

June 11, 2007 Concord Records, Telarc International and Heads Up International, leaders in the jazz recording industry, scored seven nominations from the Jazz Journalists Association (JJA) for its 2007 Jazz Awards.

The JJA nominated more than 2

29.01.2011

ARTURO SANDOVAL

Published in Press Releases
TRUMPET VIRTUOSO ARTURO SANDOVAL SIGNS EXCLUSIVE RECORDING AGREEMENT WITH TELARC Debuts with May 2007 Release

Cleveland-based Telarc International Corporation is proud to announce that trumpet virtuoso Arturo Sandoval has signed an exclusive recording contract with the company. His debut recording for the label is schedule to be released in May 2007.

Sandoval has been awarded four GRAMMY Awards, six Billboard Awards and an Emmy Award. He is one o

Jo Crimmins

Director, Publicity

Concord Records

Concord Music Group and Monster Cable Products today announced a partnership designed to revolutionize home entertainment; combining Monster Music’s pioneering SuperDiscs with Concord’s top-shelf musical artists and musicianship, a calling card of the venerable record company. Each limited edition SuperDisc, an innovation that offers such advanced features as high definition surround sound, is painstakingly mixed and mastere

Multi-artist benefit record to aid storm victims will be released mid-November

All-star collection includes new recordings from Coldplay, Barbra Streisand, Elton John, Clint Black, R. Kelly, Bonnie Raitt, Harry Connick, Jr. among many others

Plus classic cuts by Louis Armstrong, Dr. John and Fats Domino.

Los Angeles, October 17, 2005 EMI Group, SONYBMG, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group and Concord Music
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