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Jeannie Tanner Tells It Straight On “Words & Music”

 Jeannie Tanner speaks life to romance on “Words & Music.” The Chicago-based vocalist, trumpeter and composer performs her own songs on this latest release,...

Camille Thurman’s Newest an Homage to Classics

Camille Thurman takes on jazz classics with her second album, “Inside the Moment.” The year 2017 appears to be a promising one for young jazz...

Pioneer: A Fountain Square Hot Spot for Blended Music, Drinks, and...

Photo Credit: www.pioneerindy.com Located in Fountain Square in Indianapolis, Pioneer offers European food with an American twist as well as live shows. Pioneer also has seasonal...

Dara Tucker’s Jazz Gets Personal, Nostalgic

Dara Tucker strikes a new chord with a jazz album that finds inspiration in everything from native lands to radio nostalgia. There is a...

Jazz Singer Sarah Patridge Honors Folk Legend, Janis Ian

 An Unlikely Pairing Jazz vocalist Sarah Partridge honors folk legend Janis Ian with new album, “Bright Lights and Promises”. Unlike some other musical homages, Partridge...

Jazz Innovators Aranis Cover Nirvana Tunes

  Aranis is a band that music snobs should love. Relatively obscure, at least in the United States, the Flemish band mixes classical music and rock...

Sherri Roberts Presents Classic Jazz on New Release

It’s that time of year when floral prints bloom on every midi skirt, and actual blooms appear on trees and in front yards. The...

Tal Cohen and Danielle Wertz, “Intertwined”

Not everyone is privy to the myriad of ways modern jazz is represented, and that is unfortunate. As a decidedly American art form, jazz...

Pablo Ziegler Trio’s “Jazz Tango”

With Pablo Ziegler’s new CD, “Jazz Tango,” the tango lives and breathes--a common theme in Ziegler’s work; to ordinary people, there seems only so...

Olivier Benoit Captures the Scandinavian Capital with “Europa Oslo”

    Guitarist and composer Olivier Benoit was appointed the leader of the Orchestre National de Jazz, January 2014. The post is four years long and...