David Seymour

David Seymour

Greg Osby Bares all in Bold Trio Configuration If Greg Osby can be considered mainstream, it shows just how far jazz has come in fifty years. At the core of Osby'…
Jeremy Davenport Brings It All Back Home A New Orleans tinged jazz trumpeter and vocalist inevitably draws to mind Louis Armstrong. Fair enough, but in terms of J…
Preserving New Orleans Jazz: Yesterday, Today, and ForeverPreservation Hall opened in New Orleans in 1961 as a center for traditional jazz. Since that time, on…
Guidi's Beachside Concept Album Finds New Significance in Katrina's WakeSaxophonist, composer, and educator David Guidi is a rising s…
A Fitting Tribute to Brass Masters of the Past You probably gathered from the band name, Manhattan Bones, where they’re from and what they play. But you probably …
Lauren Gray is here to stay Lauren Gray seduces on this diverse debut. Her voice draws you in with intimacy and immediacy, and ultimately leaves you longing for m…
The story of jazz saxophonist Todd Williams is truly one of a kind. He grew up in Saint Louis, playing in the University City High School Jazz Band during the early 1980…
You know that roof-raising black church soul shouting the movies are always trying to reenact? Well, they’ve got the real thing going on at Times Square Church in downto…
New Christmas Musical Co-Directed By Legendary Saxophonist Todd Williams While employed by Wynton Marsalis, saxophonist Todd Williams played jazz which symboli…
It’s impossible to fit a comprehensive anthology of Mississippi Blues on one disc--and sure, there are whole traditions neglected here--but Putumayo proves again they ca…
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