Brenton Plourde

Brenton Plourde

The inclusion of poetry in the middle of a mariachi-themed jazz CD is quite unusual. Multi- instrumentalist George McClure releases Playboy Swing 2 with a host …
Some people say the Paul Carlon Octet is possessed by Duke Ellington and America’s Afro-Latin Roots.Releasing his second album Roots Propaganda with his …
New York morning radio personality and bassist Jeff Foxx releases his debut CD Sunset Drive. Playing with such noted artists as Al Jarreau, Chaka Khan, Isaac Ha…
Philadelphia born Marc Copland returns with his twenty-third album, Another Place, when upon repeated listenings, you will be in another place.Using the …
Live, by the Mike Frost Project, has that early bootleg sound and feel. The disc is a replica of a vinyl record. It comes in a digi-pak case. The presentation i…
Women of Jazz is one of the latest in the Putumayo Presents series and it features the tracks by today’s women vocalists. The lead track for Women in Jaz…
A lot of the time, singers will try and imitate the singer whose song they are covering. When it came time for Elaine Lucia to record her version of Nat King Cole’s "Don…
There are two things Seattle vocalist Kelley Johnson knows how to do: provide a home for Nana, the cutest kitten on earth, and sing jazz/blues songs.Returning fro…
Japanese pianist Satoko Fujii and her new quartet ma-do, consisting of trumpeter Natsuki Tamura, Norikatsu Koreyasu on bass and drummer Akira Horikoshi reveal their debu…
While attending the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in 2001, pianist Michael Coleman, bassist Nathaniel Brenner and drummer Rob Schwartz recognized one common goal: explor…
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