Susan Frances

Susan Frances

Swedish instrumentalist Lars Danielsson, whose merits include playing the bass, cello and violin and being an admirable composer and arranger, has music running through …
Pianists Joachim Kühn and Michael Wollny make for a stirring combination on their latest venture, Live At Schloss Elmau. Recorded live on September 10, 2008 at Sc…
Guitarist Nick Granville has a lengthy history, starting out as a rock guitarist in his native New Zealand and then moving on to becoming a highly successful session mus…
The Brandqvist/Bengmark Quartet make music that bridges jazz with traditional Swedish-folk, displaying similar features to the melodic textures and harmonic forms of the…
The gypsy-jazz sextet, Gaucho bring back the jangly country-swing grooves of riverboat bands and the emotive nature of Russian-based folk dances on their latest album, D…
Composer and multi-instrumentalist, Patrick Forgas has been making music for the last four decades, and now in the heart of his fifth one, he still has not run out of id…
Fusion guitarist Jake Hertzog has his own style of playing, his own way of harmonizing and, I dare to say, showboating. By showboating, I mean he knows how to make waves…
Bassist-composer Eric Revis, who might be best known for his recordings and performances with Betty Carter and Branford Marsalis, has released his second solo album, …
Pianist Rob Albanese and saxophonist Ira Sullivan join forces on One Way/Detour, supported by bassist Tom Kennedy and drummer Willard Dyson. The title of the album i…
Jazz-fusion guitarist Lee Jones is an up and coming protégé of 80s dance-fused jazz, recalling of Chuck Mangione and Steely Dan. Though Jones was merely a toddler in the…