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In a special movie theatre event nation wide, Fathom Events bring to th big screen Wynton Marsalis and guitar legend Eric Clapton for a spellbinding evening of blues, rock and jazz.
Raised in the Dixieland hotbed of the Crescent City, Terence Blanchard, the five-time Grammy winner, grew up combining the hard bop sound of Miles Davis and John Coltrane with the down-home spark and flavor of the South. By the 1980s, he’d emerged as a brass-wielding force of nature. Nate Jackson for The LA TIMES.
Pancho Sanchez has teamed up with Terence Blanchard for "Chano y Dizzy!; a tribute to the legends Chano Pozo & Dizzy Gillespie, the first jazz musicians to mix the elements of Latin music with jazz, creating a whole new and fiery hybrid.
As sweet as a summer peach and as sultry as a humid evening, JJ Grey & Mofro brought their Southern swagger and soul to the West. Review by Austen Diamond for CITY WEEKLY
Tinsley Ellis is a soft-spoken southern man, but with guitar in hand he brings to life feeling and explosiveness through his music. Article by Ed Gebert from TIMES BULLETIN.
In a stellar career that continues to showcase his remarkable talents as a consummate musician, bassist Christian McBride reaches another milestone with the upcoming release of The Good Feeling on September 27th, his first big band recording as a leader.
Over the course of 11 albums and literally thousands of live performances, Tinsley Ellis has become one of today's most electrifying guitarists and vocalists. From young teen musician to grown-up till these days he is continuing his blues story. Articles for IRD
Donny McCaslin, a saxophonist with remarkable precision and technique, to be a merciless self-disciplinarian, a practice drone focused only on crafting the perfect solo. Interview by David R. Adler for JAZZ TIMES
The Callaway sisters CD "Boom" is a love letter to the 60's and early 70's reminiscent of many of the songs. The album contains the tender moments of the solos and the harmonic sound of duets. CD Review by Alan Smason for NEW ORLEANS PERFORMING ARTS EXAMINER
“Everything I do is a progression of ideas, I am working now with orchestra, folk, and indigenous music. It's a combination of music that I like to do, a more deep progressive music...electronic progression music, but I also like Ethiopian music which is very ancient but still very progressive.” Interview by Oswaldo Perez Cabrera for VANMUSIC