A selection of nice Jazz Web Sites

A selection of nice Jazz Web Sites

A selection of nice Jazz Web Sites

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All About Jazz Music, Musicians, Bands & Albums allaboutjazz.com All About Jazz covers the world of jazz music, with interviews of top musicians and bands, albums reviews, free music, videos, photos, and news.

Strictly Smokin' Big Band: Strictly Smokin' and Friends

They can be stuffy and old-fashioned. That is the view that many, especially the younger demographic, have about big bands. Making serious headway into changing those perceptions is Michael Lamb. [...]

Chick Corea and Bela Fleck: Remembrance

As much as master banjoist Bela Fleck loves to play, he loves to perform with other like-minded musicians virtually as much. Consequently, in addition to his long-standing role as leader [...]

Andrea Grossi Blend 3 + Jim Black: Axes

When Sonny Rollins recorded "A Night At The Village Vanguard" (Blue Note, 1957) and later toured Europe in 1959, he was frequently asked about performing without a pianist. His saxophone, [...]

Art Pepper: Art Of Art

This is late period Art Pepper, he died a year later, in 1982. The music is full of striving, intensity, urgency. Pepper's sound and tone changed over the years moving [...]

Hampton Hawes: For Real!

There are, Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, no second acts in American life. For pianist Hampton Hawes, born in 1928, there was scarcely a first. No sooner was he established as [...]

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The Free Jazz Collectivefreejazzblog.org – We are pleased to bring you the Free Jazz Blog’s top album (s). Last week we presented our top recordings, which was drawn from the top 10 lists of the writers

Brandon Lopez, Chris Corsano, Sam Yulsman – The Mess - Alive at Issue (Eshu) (Self-Released, 2020)

By Matty Bannond Empty space punctuates this album. Recorded live at the ISSUE Project Room in Brooklyn during 2020, it’s a free improvisation divided into two tracks that are split [...]

Pharoah Sanders - Thembi (Elemental Music, 2024)

By David Cristol In addition to its limited-edition archival releases of Cannonball Adderley, Yusef Lateef, Sun Ra, Mal Waldron & Steve Lacy, and Chet Baker & Jack Sheldon, the Catalonian [...]

Matthew Shipp and Ivo Perelman – Magical Incantation (Soul City Sounds, 2024)

By Sammy Stein What is it about the musical connection between Matthew Shipp and Ivo Perelman? Both are accomplished musicians, and both can hold attention on their own, but it [...]

Clean Feed Tribute: Shhpuma Too!

Our celebration of Clean Feed records comes to a close today with a focus on Shhpuma Records, Clean Feed's sister label.Stuart Broomer:Luís Lopes - Love Song: Post Ruins (Shhpuma, 2019)Luís [...]

An interview with Clean Feed's Travassos

To wrap up our celebration of Clean Feed, we reached out to Travassos, designer of Clean Feed's covers, curator of sister label Shhpuma, and electronic musician to tell us about [...]

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Jazz in Europe – Jazz news from Europe Jazz In Europe Netherlands magazine is a full-colour glossy publication. Produced quarterly, the magazine features interviews with European and International jazz musicians as well as interesting articles related to the world of jazz. Order Now HYPNOTIC BRASS ENSEMBLE – BAD BOYS OF JAZZ New Album Now Available

Seen as one of the most compelling figures on the Los Angeles jazz scene, Nicole McCabe’s latest album, “Mosaic,” stands as a testament to her remarkable growth and artistic vision. [...]

The quote “Small country, big jazz” by John Cummings perfectly encapsulates the 2024 edition of the Jazzkaar festival in Tallinn, Estonia. Celebrating its 35th anniversary, the festival showcased many international [...]

Producer Zev Feldman is well-known in the jazz world for his expertise in unearthing previously unreleased recordings from iconic musicians in jazz history. A prime example is the Nat King [...]

Given the prevailing challenges in society, it’s unsurprising that these issues influence the work of many musicians. Recently, an album reflecting this sentiment landed on my desk – the debut [...]

Cindy Blackman Santana. Drummer, bandleader, and inspiration. An artist who continually pushes boundaries and strengthens the power of community. An artist who makes you feel, makes you think, makes you [...]

Jazz Views Net

www.jazzviews.net www.jazzviews.net. All That Jazz. Purchase CDs, vinyl & downloads directly from. the artists via their website. or chosen online platform. Album Reviews.

Sam Massey / Superlocrian – Take Five Q&A

Photo credit Drift Studios Please you tell us about your new album and album launch? Our original plan was to record an album in 2020, but the pandemic forced us [...]

Armand van Wijck – Nothing to Declare

After many listens, I keep discovering gems previously unnoticed. HOWLING JAZZ Records Armand van Wijck – Chromatic Harmonica; Magdalena Eriksson – Violin; Axel Liliedahl Nordström – Piano; Björn Peterssson – [...]

David Sanborn (30 July 1945 – 12 May 2024) – An Appreciation

Many musicians dream of having their own ‘sound,’ a musical signature that is so strong, that you only have to hear a few notes to identify who is playing. Alto [...]

Fergus McCreadie Trio – Live at Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal

With support act Radical Steps from Queen Elizabeth School, Kirkby Lonsdale  Photo credit: Dave Stapleton On a warm spring evening quite a crowd gathered at the Brewery Arts Centre in [...]

Richard Fairhurst – The Musician’s Playlist

Photograph by Monika S Jakubowska With the release on 14 June of his new trio album, Inside Out, pianist Richard Fairhurst once again brings his spellbinding touch and sophistication to [...]

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Bandcamp Jazz Bandcamp ist ein Online-Musikdienst und eine Plattform zur Promotion, die sich insbesondere an unabhängige Künstler richtet. Künstler bei Bandcamp besitzen eine veränderbare Microsite mit den Alben, die sie hochladen. Viele Titel können kostenfrei auf der Internetseite abgespielt werden.

a selection of nice jazz web sites

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Various Artists – Someone Like Me

Beinahe hätte ich mich reingetrickst, dieser Compilation aus den Händen zu fressen. Ein Australier (sie tun es besser)… [...]

OTTO – Wir Kommen

OTTO, einfacher Name, gute Band, obwohl es immer diese Nörgler gibt, die sagen: Boah, also ob zwei Leute… [...]

Various Artists – Ghana Special 2: Electronic Highlife & Afro Sounds In The Diaspora 1980-93

Burger-Highlife ist einer der wenigen Höhepunkte deutscher Geschichte, das nichts mit Essen zu tun hat. »Highlife« ist der… [...]

Yosa Peit – Gut Buster

Der Bass drückt in die Magengegend, jemand klopft an die Tür. Im Nebenraum sound-checkt ein Geist die E-Gitarren… [...]

F.S. Blumm – Torre

Unter all den Subgenres, die mittlerweile kursieren, ist »music for staring into the distance« neben Chamber Pop so… [...]

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Jazzfuel Matt Fripp from „I’m British but currently based in Paris, France “ Articles, resources & support for jazz musicians & jazz fans

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Matthew Shipp Trio - New Concepts in Piano Trio Jazz

Label: ESP-Disk, 2024Personnel - Matthew Shipp: piano; Michael Bisio: bass; Newman Taylor Baker: drums. The trio of American pianist Matthew Shipp, featuring bassist Michael Bisio and drummer Newman Taylor Baker, [...]

Ned Rothenberg - Crossings Four

Label: Clean Feed Records, 2024Personnel - Ned Rothenberg: bass clarinet, alto saxophone, clarinet; Mary Halvorson: guitar, effects; Sylvie Courvoisier: piano; Tomas Fujiwara; drums. Switching between three reeds, adventurous New York [...]

Aaron Irwin Trio - (after)

Label: Adhyaropa Records, 2024Personnel - Aaron Irwin: alto saxophone; Mike Baggetta: guitar; Jeff Hirshfield: drums. Brooklyn-based saxophonist and composer Aaron Irwin explores similarities between music and poetry as forms of [...]

David Murray Quartet - Francesca

Label: Intakt Records, 2024Personnel - David Murray: tenor saxophone, bass clarinet; Marta Sanchez: piano; Luke Stewart: bass; Russell Carter: drums. David Murray, a veteran saxophonist and key figure in free [...]

Borderlands Trio - Rewilder

Label: Intakt Records, 2024Personnel - Stephan Crump: acoustic bass; Kris Davis: piano; Eric McPherson: drums. The Borderlands Trio, a unit co-led by resourceful musicians and established figures in the creative [...]

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Jazz Journal Jazz Journal ist ein monatlich erscheinendes britisches Jazz-Magazin, das seit 1948 erscheint und damit eine der ältesten heute noch erscheinenden Jazzzeitschriften überhaupt ist. Sitz ist in Loughton in Essex. Ein Schwerpunkt ist Mainstream Jazz. Seit 2009 ist die Zeitschrift mit Jazz Review vereinigt.

At The Vanguard Of Vinyl

The language may challenge comprehension, but the book has good detail on Ellington, Gillespie, Adderley and Mingus The post At The Vanguard Of Vinyl appeared first on Jazz Journal. [...]

The Jazz Defenders at Black Mountain Jazz, Abergavenny

The tight West Country quintet featuring Nick Malcolm and Jake McMurchie played a set of hard-bop and soul-jazz originals The post The Jazz Defenders at Black Mountain Jazz, Abergavenny appeared [...]

Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson: Space Guitar Master – The 1952-1960 Recordings

Watson is well-known for his 70s funk albums but in the 1950s he played blues, making the most of reverb and feedback The post Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson: Space Guitar Master [...]

Ben Webster: Ballads

First noted for his bustling solos on uptempo numbers such as Cotton Tail, in mid-career the tenor man became a widely admired balled player The post Ben Webster: Ballads appeared [...]

Jay Jay Johnson: The Quintessence

The bebop trombone pioneer is heard between 1946 and 1961 with leading lights of the swing to modernist persuasion The post Jay Jay Johnson: The Quintessence appeared first on Jazz [...]

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From Madrid, jazz, free improvisation and cacophony Search for: aJazz Noise’s picks of – Bit of a miserable year, 2021. Lots of enthralling music and new sounds, mind you. Worth focusing on that for.

aJazzNoise Picks of 2023

As the world continues to crumble around us, 2023 nevertheless saw the release of a ton of fascinating sounds. Not Continue Reading [...]

Among The Rocks And Roots – Pariah

This is heavy… an atmospheric, elegiac, yearning, defiant, soul-scrubbingly cathartic, harshly beautiful suite of doom, noise, metal and indie esoterica. Continue Reading [...]

A.MAIAH – F(r)icciones

A.MAIAH is the nom-de-music of guitarist-composer Asier Pérez Basterra. Previously featured on aJN’s 12-ish Guitar (and-only-guitar) Albums In The Last Continue Reading [...]

Koshiro Hino – GEIST II

Welcome to the electronic forest… I first found out about Koshiro Hino’s music through last year’s KAKUHAN duo with Yuki Continue Reading [...]

Emily Rach Beisel – Particle of Organs

When I posted a track as a Daily Tune (26th May) I said that this album had taken the top Continue Reading [...]

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Best of Jazz Bestofjazz.org aims to help its visitors discover amazing jazz records. To do so, we review all the new jazz releases that we believe are worth your time. We also create monthly selections of jazz albums to be released in the coming days or weeks. This way, you will always be up to date with the newest releases and informed on what to wait for.

2024 New Jazz Music Releases

What about trying to list all the 2024 new jazz music releases? If we all participate in building it, we may be able to list 6,000 releases as Tom Hull [...]

Best Jazz Albums of 2024 (So Far)

As we journey through 2024, we have been treated to an array of captivating albums. From soul-stirring spiritual jazz to avant-garde experiments, this year has already delivered remarkable compositions. Join [...]

Vijay Iyer Trio – Compassion

Compassion is the second release by the Vijay Iyer Trio, featuring Linda May Han Oh on double bass and Tyshawn Sorey on drums. The 12 tracks were recorded in May [...]

Lisa Ullén – Heirloom

Heirloom is a solo recording by pianist Lisa Ullén. It was captured during two sessions—with an audience—on June 6 and 8, 2023, at Fylkingen in Stockholm, Sweden. The two concerts [...]

The Best Charles Mingus Albums

Is there another jazz legend with a discography as far-reaching and ambitious as Charles Mingus? His influence extended beyond traditional jazz, reaching into other genres like avant-garde, experimental, and contemporary [...]

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Der Wuppertaler Bassist war eine zentrale Figur der freien Improvisation, dieser radikalen Spielform, die er selbst in der zweiten Hälfte [...]

Die Radiotipps in der Übersicht für alle Kultursender des Öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunks, ByteFM sowie des Ö1 und SRF 2. 00:05 Uhr [...]

Der Jazz-Kontrabassist Palle Danielsson ist gestorben. Er war eine der wichtigen Figuren des skandinavischen Jazz. Mit Keith Jarretts „European Quartet“ [...]

Musik von Enji, Dominique Fils-Aimé, Christine Tassan et Les Imposteures, Las Lloronas, Amy Gadiaga, Bokani Dyer, Ranne Ptaszki. Erleben Sie [...]

Brauns erster Band (1977–1989) bietet Einblicke in die täglichen Mühen eines Schriftstellers unter Zensur und dokumentiert das Ringen um Worte [...]

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Jazz in Deutschland / Germany jazzpages.de/info Jazzpages – Das Portal zum Jazz in Deutschland seit 1997 Die Jazzpages sind ein Projekt von Frank Schindelbeck und publizieren seit Mitte der 1990er Jahre Informationen zum Jazz

Der schwedische Jazzbassist Palle Danielsson ist am 18.5.2024 im Alter von 77 Jahren verstorben. Geboren am 15. Oktober 1946 in Stockholm, war Danielsson eine prägende Figur der europäischen Jazzszene. Bekannt [...]

„Die Dinge haben sich geändert, ich weiß nicht, welche Kameras Žiga heute benutzt, aber eine Sache ist über die Jahrzehnte von Stieglitz bis heute gleich geblieben: AUGE-LINSE-OBJEKT-LICHT. Und darum geht [...]

David „Dave“ William Sanborn (* 30. Juli 1945 in Tampa, Florida; † 12. Mai 2024 in Tarrytown) war ein US-amerikanischer Saxophonist, der vor allem im Bereich der Popmusik, des Smooth [...]

Am 30.04.24 – dem International Jazz Day – spielte auf der Bühne der Alten Feuerwache Mannheim das Green Dolphin Orchestra. Künstlerische Leitung: Alexandra Lehmler und Erwin Ditzner. Besetzung: Heidi Bayer, [...]

Am 26.4. fand in der Alten Feuerwache Mannheim ein Projekt statt, bei dem Texte der Dichterin Najed Adouani Grundlage einer Collage aus Songs, Soundscapes, Rezitation und Film bildete. Der Süden [...]

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Jazz Thing jazzthing.de Jazz thing ist eine deutsche Jazz -Zeitschrift, die seit November 1993 fünfmal jährlich erscheint (November/Dezember/Januar, Februar/März, April/Mai, Juni/Juli/August,

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Magazin für Jazz Musik – jazz-fun.de – Magazin für Jazz Musik Jazz-fun.de will mehr erfahren. »The music doesn’t have so far to go« – das ist wie ein Zaubervers für alle Musiker

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Jazzwax Marc Myers writes regularly for The Wall Street Journal and is author of „Rock Concert: An Oral History“ (Grove), „Anatomy of a Song“ (Grove) and „Why Jazz Happened.“ Founded in 2007, JazzWax has won three Jazz Journalists Association awardsn and cacophony

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Highresaudio Fortlaufend Neuerscheinungen – hier als Link zum Jazz | weitere Genres in der Menüauswahl

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Downbeat The publication was established in 1934 in Chicago, Illinois. It is named after the „downbeatin music, also called „beat one“, or the first beat of a musical measure.

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Jazzwise, the UK’s biggest selling jazz monthly and the leading English language jazz magazine in Europe, has changed the way jazz magazines look and think with a stunning

a selection of nice jazz web sites

Michael’s Jazzblog from Switzerland It’s time to provide another list of interesting albums that have been released in the last few months.

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London Jazz News – News, reviews, features and comment …https://londonjazznews.comNews, reviews, features and comment from the London jazz scene and beyond.

Speakers Corner Quartet and Guildhall Session Orchestra, RFH, 17 June – part of Chaka Khan’s Meltdown

Speakers Corner Quartet, a pivotal group on the South London music scene, with the Guildhall Session Orchestra and special guests – names will be announced closer to the date of [...]

22 May 2024

READ ELSEWHERE Richard Williams writes about Bill Frisell’s recent trio concert in Bristol and the new recording “Orchestras” (arrangements by Mike Gibbs) – read more …he also wrote the Guardian’s [...]

Programme Announced for Cadogan Hall ‘Out to Lunch’ series 2024 (4 June to 30 July)

The programme for the twelve Tuesday and Thursday lunchtime concerts in Cadogan Hall’s annual Out to Lunch series is announced. The popular jazz series Out To Lunch, returns this summer [...]

10 Tracks by David Sanborn I Can’t Do Without…by Charlie Rees

The news of saxophonist David Sanborn’s death on 12 May 2024 at the age of 78 left many in the music world in sadness and in shock. He had spent [...]

Gary Husband – ‘Songs of Love & Solace’

Gary Husband – Songs of Love & Solace(BFD 618. Album Review by Patrick Hadfield) Gary Husband is perhaps best known for his work as a sideman, not least in various [...]

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JAZZIZ Magazine – The Voice of a New Jazz Culture

https://www.jazziz.com THE JAZZIZ CHANNEL. News. Readers R Top Feature. new jazz albums you need to know about …

Editor’s Note

Welcome to this month’s JAZZIZ Digital Edition, where we celebrate the legacy of Sun Ra, in honor of his 110th birthday anniversary. On this day, May 22, in 1914, Herman [...]

Sun Ra: Exploring the Cosmos

By Matt Micucci A journey through the cosmic legacy of Sun Ra in five tracks.   “Enlightenment” (1959) “Enlightenment,” co-written by Sun Ra and trumpeter Hobart Dotson, debuted on the [...]

It’s Always Sunny in Chicago

As captured on an exhilarating collection of unreleased music, the Sun Ra Arkestra made a triumphant return to the city of its origins. By Bob Weinberg The city of Chicago [...]

Clearing Space

This article originally published in the spring 2017 edition of JAZZIZ. Author Paul Youngquist explores the enigma of Sun Ra. By Bob Weinberg Paul Youngquist came late to the music [...]

Empire of the Sun

This article originally published in the spring 2017 edition of JAZZIZ. Sun Ra’s visionary music continues to transport listeners to worlds beyond. By Bob Weinberg “I am Ra, the living [...]

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Unheard Louis Armstrong recordings to be released

What a Wonderful World and You’ll Never Walk Alone are among five unreleased tracks on compilation Louis in London, performed at the BBC in 1968 Unheard performances by Louis Armstrong [...]

Jasmine Myra: Rising review – gently insistent jazz

(Gondwana)The alto saxophonist leans into her soft and subtle sound with newfound confidence on this second albumWith the release of her 2022 debut album, Horizons, saxophonist Jasmine Myra became a [...]

Rhythm Nation: how music gives Haiti hope amid the chaos

The country has been hit by decades of crises and catastrophe, but its culture continues to thrive across the diaspora. Here, Haitian musicians celebrate its ’sounds of freedom’Even before March [...]

Arooj Aftab: Night Reign review – all the heat and mystery of nocturnal life

(Verve)Mercurial and moody soundscapes are infused with wistful romance in one of the Grammy-winning singer and composer’s most spirited records to dateFew singers can match the delicate warmth and quiet [...]

David Sanborn obituary

American alto saxophonist who played with many of the jazz greats and collaborated with David Bowie and Stevie WonderSo distinctive was the soaring, heart-piercing sound of David Sanborn’s alto saxophone, [...]

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Jazz Zeitung Das JazzZeitungs-Blog. Hier schreiben Rainer Wein, Jörg Lichtinger, Peter Ortmann, Thomas Spitzer, Benjamin Schaefer, Martin Hufner …

Der „unelektrischste E-Bassist“: Norbert Dömling ist seit über 50 Jahren auf der Bühne

Ein richtiger Franke! Hat man Norbert Dömling am Telefon, weiß man nach wenigen Sätzen, wo er als Junge Fußball gespielt hat. Der Bassist ist ein waschechter „Frangge“, um dem Idiom [...]

Das Ende einer föderalen Radiokultur ist so gut wie beschlossen

Absturz now. Foto: Hufner Während man sich angeblich diskussionsbereit zeigt wenn es um die Zukunft des Radios geht – so sucht ARD-Vorsitzender Kai Gniffke aktuell auch das Gespräch mit Teilen [...]

Desaströs in vielerlei Hinsicht: Der Deutsche Jazzpreis 2023

Deutscher Jazzpreis. Foto: Oliver Hochkeppel Ein Kommentar von Oliver Hochkeppel Im vergangenen Jahr, bei der zweiten, erstmals in Bremen an die jazzahead! gekoppelten Verleihung des Deutschen Jazzpreises, war man im [...]

Soundtrack zum Gebäck: Plätzchenbäcker Till B.

The New Krümelmonster: Till Brönner. Foto: Martin Hufner Er hat dieses Mal keine flammende Wutrede in Sachen Corona gehalten, was ihn bekanntlich bis zu Anne Will ins Studio gebracht hat [...]

Über das neue Buch von Siegfried Schmidt-Joos „Es muss nicht immer Free Jazz sein. Zeitlose Texte zu Musik und Politik“

Mathias Bäumel räsoniert über das neue Buch des Publizisten Siegfried Schmidt-Joos, in dem dieser  einige historische Artikel zusammenstellt Um es vorweg zu nehmen: »Zeitlos«, wie der Untertitel des aktuellen Buches [...]

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Kaytranada Taps Dawn Richard, Childish Gambino, Tinashe, and More for New Album Timeless

The electronic music producer’s Bubba follow-up also features Ravyn Lenae, Anderson .Paak, Thundercat, PinkPantheress, Chanel Tres, and others [...]

Raveena Announces Album, Shares Video for New Song “Lucky”: Watch

Where the Butterflies Go in the Rain, the singer’s follow-up to 2022’s Asha’s Awakening, lands in June [...]

Model/Actriz, Water From Your Eyes, and More Announced for New York Boat Show

Kassie Krut and DJ Practice will also perform at the mini-festival [...]

Watch Billie Eilish Perform “Lunch,” Talk Making of New Album on Colbert

The pop star has also shared an extended edit of “L’Amour de Ma Vie” [...]

Sean “Diddy” Combs Faces New Sexual Assault Lawsuit

Former model Crystal McKinney has filed the sixth high-profile complaint in six months against Diddy, accusing him of forcing her to perform oral sex in 2003 at his studio [...]

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Newcomer Jazz 2024

river (band feat. Nina Feldgrill & Robert Unterköfler), Benjamin Samuels (sax), Naima Faraò (voc), Liv Andrea Hauge (p), Emma Pilgaard (voc). Anni Kiviniemi (p), Jeanne Michard (sax), Monsieur M​Â​LÂ (band), [...]

Christian Rannenberg & Friends

Christian Rannenberg wurde im Alter von 14 Jahren mit dem Bluesvirus angesteckt. Prägend war ein Konzert des Bluespianisten Champion Jack Dupree im Jahre 1972 in Osnabrück [...]

25 Jahre Triosence

Bernhard Schüler – Piano Omar Rodriguez Calvo – Bass Tobias Schulte – Drums&Percussion [...]

Ute Wassermann @ Sowieso

Apparat+ kicks off its New Music for Brass series with a solo set by Ute Wassermann (voice, bird whistles) and three works by Hanna Hartman. [...]

Otto Hirte saxophone @ Donau 115

Hardvösh Thoralfson trio (Soundcloud) Otto Hirte - saxophone, clarinet Felix Henkelhausen - bass Philip Dornbusch - drums [...]

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