Edward Blanco

Edward Blanco

Brace yourself for one unusual musical journey if you listen to Streams of Consciousness: Volume One, a new release from a Toronto-based quartet called…
Inspired by Duke Ellington's original Jungle Orchestra that performed at the Cotton Club in Harlem during the late 1920s, Danish guitarist Pierre Dorge formed his New Ju…
Corrado Sgura is an Italian composer and guitarist celebrating the release of his latest album, Mirage, a contemporary selection of music with five original com…
Vocalist and keyboardist Charlie Wood offers his third album as a leader in Somethin' Else. A veteran pianist and organist (Hammond B-3 organ), Wood has been fe…
In late 2004, The Shawn Maxwell Quartet was formed and has played regularly at the Kendall Pub in Yorkville, Illinois. In the summer of 2005, Maxwell released Origin…
A re-issue of a 1983 recording, Tibet is essentially a soft suite of flute and guitar duets by guitarist Gregory James and friend Barry Shulman on the flute and…
The nostalgic swing music of the 30s and 40s is making a come back of sorts in a new release from the Divine Art label based in the United Kingdom. The new album is titl…
Myanna Pontoppidan is not your typical jazz musician. A saxophonist extraordinaire, Myanna blows up a storm in her new release One Never Knows, Do One? A Boston…
A fixture at Jazz At Pearls in San Francisco every Monday night for over a decade, The Contemporary Jazz Orchestra led by saxophonist/bandleader, Alex Budman, have just …
Fellow jazz fans if you're feeling in the mood to shake rattle and roll (to borrow a phrase from rock) or otherwise swing a thing or two, take a listen to 16 Men & A…
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