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Julian Gertin Sextet’s latest release “The Old City” has global influences

Percussionist Julian Gerstin is known for being a versatile performer with more than four decades of experience. After his successful 2017 release "The One...

Alberto Pibiri proves he is an up-and-comer with style on “Jazz...

Alberto Pibiri is a native of Italy. His passion for jazz has led him to be inspired by the music of Oscar Peterson. A...

AP Exclusive: Roberta Flack ready to sing again

NEW YORK (AP) - Once a week, Roberta Flack gives a musical performance for an exclusive group.The lucky audience consists of a musical director,...

A review of “People of the Dawn” by Spencer Zahn

Rating: 7.5/10 This past spring I got the chance to see Kimbra play in Denver at the Bluebird Theater, a show which I documented in...

Pat Battstone takes unusual turns on “The Last Taxi”

Pianist Pat Battstone has a new recording: "The Last Taxi: In Transit." Released Sept. 2018, the album boasts musical phrasing that is both experimental...

Steve McQuarry crafts cool melodies in “Aire”

Steve McQuarry is a keyboardist who grew up in a musical home in Denver, Colorado. His mother played piano and the sound filled the...

Toronto Making Music History: Grossman’s Tavern

Walking down Spadina Avenue in Toronto, in the heart Chinatown, you might just hear some jazz music drifting out into the street, through the...

Review: Cory Wong at The Hi-Fi

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending one of the most unique shows I think I've seen at The Hi-Fi in Fountain Square....

Interview with Cory Wong

For those unfamiliar with the name, Cory Wong is a Minneapolis-based guitarist, composer, producer, and collaborator. He plays guitar in the American funk groups...

Late night music: a review of “Time” by Louis Cole

Rating: 7.9/10 “Time” starts with the hard funk song “Weird Part of The Night,” celebrating those late night hours when, I suppose, Cole gets a...