Keith 'Muzikman' Hannaleck

Keith 'Muzikman' Hannaleck

New York, New York-December 8, 2009- 2010 is going to be a good year for jazz. With a bevy of new releases lining up already there is one that is already garnering its share of attention. The Reese Project’s new recording Eastern Standard Time is set to drop January 5, 2010 on In the Groove Records.

Top musicians have joined leader and flutist Tom Reese on an all-instrumental foray into modern jazz that will be certain to please critics and fans alike. Booby Brewer (

December 4, 2009-New York, New York- Eddie Allen has been busy this year and what better way to conclude it than to release some holiday jazz. Allen is leading the way once again on Jazzy Brass For The Holidays which was recently released on DBCD November 3, 2009.

Joining Eddie on trumpet are Cecil Bridgewater (trumpet), Clark Gayton (trombone), Marshall Sealy (French horn), Kenny Davis (acoustic bass) and Carl Allen (drums and glockenspiel).

Every year at this

P>New York, New York-December 1, 2009- The New York Daily News says that Daniel Smith is the greatest bassoon player of his generation. That says it all coming from a publication in a city that serves as the hotbed of jazz for a worldwide audience.

Blue Bassoon on the Summit Records imprint hits the streets January 12, 2010. The anticipation in the jazz community will be gathering momentum prior to this landmark release.

Blue Bassoon offers up thirtee

Hollywood, CA-November 17, 2009-

When B.B. King told Arthur Adams "I love the spirit in your guitar playing," you knew that the bluesman was on his way.

With the release of Stomp The Floor today on the respected blues based label Delta Groove Music, Arthur Adams has positioned himself perfectly to satisfy his current fan base and gain legions of new listeners.Adams says "I’ve done Stomp on the Floor exactly the way I feel it. It’s all me; not all traditional b

November 4, 2009-New York, New York- Free or modern progressive jazz can take many forms but for seasoned artists like trumpet /flugel horn player Brian Groder and pianist Burton Greene the outcome is always definitive and enduring.

On their first collaboration for Latham Records the duo’s album Groder & Greene hit the shelves on October 1, 2009 after nearly two years prior to the original recording date. Good things come with time and jazz listeners will be rewarded

New York, New York-October 14, 2007-Muliti cultural jazz vocalist Kristina will release Offshore Echoes on Patios Records October 15, 2009.

Kristina completes an astounding achievement with Offshore Echoes by offering jazz listeners her own eclectic interpretations of classic compositions. From Sting ("Tea in the Sahara") to Kenny Vance ("The Performer"), Kristina pulls out all the stops and delivers convincing performances of every track covered on the recording.

Kristina’s tr
Eugene, Oregon-October 7, 2009-Halie Loren has made her mark in Indie music over the years with several highly acclaimed releases. Most recently the jazz singer and songwriter was awarded for her excellence in both vocals and recording at the Just Plain Folks Music Awards 2009.

Halie walked away with the coveted Best Vocal Jazz Album for the superb 2008 release, They Oughta Write a Song. A collection of standards, jazzified classics, and three of her own original co-writes, the album ha

New York, New York-September 29, 2009-Charito continues to find her way into the hearts of her peers and fans by continually releasing recordings with impressive collaborations.

This time out she meets with renowned French composer Michel Legrand on Watch What Happens on CT Music. The CD is set for release October 6th.

The Japan based jazz diva will make another indelible mark on a worldwide stage with an incomparable set of thirteen Legrand tracks on

New York, New York-September 3, 2009-Respected and versatile saxophone player James Moody has collaborated with legendary pianist Kenny Barron on a recent offering on the IPO Recordings imprint titled 4A.

4A features eight instrumental tracks of classic jazz painted with the colors of every level of saxophone from Moody and embellished with beautiful piano passages from the smooth and timely delivery of Barron.

Although Moody is known for his longtime work with ja

New York, New York-August 25, 2009-Eddie Allen is a trumpeter, composer, arranger; and author-certainly one of the more versatile musicians on the New York jazz scene. Because of his versatility contemporaries will call upon him for his talent to play everything from jazz big band, R&B/Pop, Latin, to symphonic to Broadway, and everything else that may fall somewhere into those genres.

These many talents come together once again with a group of musicians called The Aggregation on