Article views: 253 International Recording Artist and Music Director Capo Corleone released a new single, “Fly”, in collaboration with a Polish jazz musician and global producer Kuba Wiecek and the Warsaw pop sensation, Zalia. Corleone comments on the single, e, shares: “I was constantly surrounded by uninteresting, self-interested peopleRead More →

By Neia Balao 1:00 p.m. PDT, September 11, 2022 _ From actors and actresses to royals and reality stars, join Wonderwall.com as we take a look at all the celebrities marking birthdays in September 2022… The 9/11 star of Grammy-winning music and “Will & Grace” actor Harry Connick Jr., longRead More →

The name Coltrane is familiar to people who know little – if anything – about jazz. saxophonist/composer John Coltrane was one of the genre’s key figures, and his talismanic name, iconic reputation, and stellar music transcended the jazz idiom that bored him. But what the general public probably doesn’t knowRead More →

Multi-instrumentalist and composer Tyshawn Sorey has spent two decades pushing the boundaries of jazz and strengthening its ties to contemporary classical music. But he takes a very different approach on his latest recording, “Mesmerism” (Yeros7 Music). This collection of respectful renditions of works composed by mainstream jazz figures such asRead More →

I’ll be perfectly honest: I think you’d be hard-pressed to find a more exemplary personification of New Orleans jazz culture than Double Decker Arts Festival headliner Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews. Trombone Shorty’s album, Parking Symphonywas released on April 28, 2017 Andrews’ prolific career and deep pride in his hometown’s unrepeatableRead More →

Celebrate Black History Month at SOPAC’s Herb + Milly Iris Gallery with photography by local notable, Patrick Hilaire. The Light exhibition [+Sound]exhibited from February 1 to 28, features 25 of Hilaire’s superb black and white portraits of jazz musicians. The late Grammy-winning jazz musician Roy Hargrove. Photo by Patrick HilaireRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

Danielle Kurtzleben chats with London jazz musician Jelly Cleaver about her new EP, ‘Jelly Cleaver and The Forever Presence’. DANIELLE KURTZLEBEN, HOST: Musician Jelly Cleaver is a jack-of-all-trades. She is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who is making waves on the south London jazz scene with her band and their self-titledRead More →

After serenading the world with his own brand of jazz for the past 18 months, Jim Clayton is looking forward to his first live concert in a long time. But it’s what the award-winning veteran jazz artist has been doing throughout COVID-19 that has won him applause from a gratefulRead More →

Dreher High School group principal Chris Lee, Dreher student Bryson Stakely and Richland One main group teacher Mary Lou Schweickert Musical instruments belonging to the late international jazz musician Roger Pemberton, who played with legends such as The Jackson 5, Judy Garland and Ray Charles, will continue to make musicRead More →

King Sukii , Associate Editor @KingSukii Susanna Osborne, more affectionately known as Sukii, is Associate Entertainment Editor for iOne Digital. The Spanish Harlem native started blogging in 2010 when she started covering hip-hop’s rising stars for GlobalGrind. Music (and entertainment in general) are areas Sukii continues to focus on asRead More →