Lorelei Clarke

Lorelei Clarke

The San Francisco Jazz Organization, or SFJAZZ, was founded to utilize the creativity of the Bay Area to encourage the development and appreciation of jazz. To do this t…
So many of us end up in careers we never intended to pursue. I think we can all say that it’s a good thing Russ Spiegel decided to break off his graduate studies in phil…
In Your Own Time is all about the groove. You can hear it in every track, in how everyone just settles down and plays in the pocket. There’s not a lot of showy, t…
Jan Eisen has been a performing vocalist for many years, yet this album is unique for her in that it was recorded, as she terms it, the "old fashion way," with all four …
While Phil Kelly’s Seattle-based band The Northwest Prevailing Wind is still doing well, during a trip to LA, he decided to get together some A-list musicians to …
Marc Cary has built an unshakable reputation as a pianist. His 2000 album Rhodes Ahead, Vol.1 is considered to be a classic work on the instrument. In this debut …

Yet again we have another great release from a young, up and coming Berklee College graduate. Blackout is the second album recorded by saxophonist Gian Tornatore.…

Teemu Mattsson has learned from the best in the world of Finnish jazz. A graduate of the Sibelius Academy Jazz Department, the thirty-two year old trumpet player studied…
One can only imagine the kind of musical influences that you would be exposed to growing up on the Virgin Islands. You could have your pick of everything from Reggae to Cal…
Javon Jackson’s resume is nothing short of impressive. Growing up in Denver, CO, his earliest influences included Charlie Parker and Sonny Stitt. After briefly attending…
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