Joe Montague

Joe Montague

If you are looking to put a different spin on your Christmas music this year, you may want to give a listen to the CD We Three Strings featuring guitar maestros B…
Occasionally one will find a track repeated on an album in a slightly different format, for instance it might first appear as a vocal track and close out the record as a…
At first you enjoy Bradley Leighton’s Back To The Funk, then the songs all start blending together and become indistinguishable from one another. These would be g…
Jonathan Poretz swaggers into our living rooms and hearts with "A Lot Of Livin’ To Do," the title and opening track from his debut album consisting of standards by some …
Wycliffe Gordon’s rich deep timbre opens This Rhythm On My Mind with some fine scatting. Wycliffe pulled out all the stops with his opening number on t…
Lauren Wood is one of those people for whom I would stand on the sidelines and cheer until I was hoarse because she is just so likeable. Therefore when you hear this wri…
In some ways, Buffalo, New York is the most unlikely of places to spawn jazz artists and yet over the years there have been some phenomenal musicians who first called Bu…
It has always struck me as a bit of an oxymoron that Bob Dylan a man whose speech you could seldom understand is considered a legendary songwriter and performer. Another…
For several years, Johannes Linstead has been regarded as one of the top Latin guitarists in the world. His most recent CD Café Tropical does nothing to dispel th…
From an outstanding young woman in Calgary, Alberta, Canada comes a phenomenal jazz/R&B CD that is only now starting to receive the accolades it so richly deserves. Joha…