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ADENIJI Heavywind

ADENIJI the Heavywind (Multi-instrumentalist, producer, arranger/songwriter). ____ With a fine blend of western contemporary beats and ethnic sounds from Africa, his music continues to evolve with time. Press; “Adeniji is on this...

All Souls at Sundown

Now in its seventh season, All Souls at Sundown is an evening meditation of jazz and poetry, presented monthly from October through May. Past performers include Claudia Acuña, Kenny Barron, Regina Carter, Bill Charlap, Wayne Escoffery,...

Amanda Tiffin

Amanda Tiffin (Piano and vocals) belongs to a new crop of jazz artists: musicians who are not only passionate and ambitious about their music, but who go the extra mile to polish their talent through formal training. Amanda graduated from...

Andile

Born in Cape Town. South Africa in 1962.

Andy Guthrie

Andy Guthrie is a composer, singer, pianist, and guitarist living and working in New York City. He was born on an Apache Indian reservation in Arizona, raised in Pittsburgh, and previously lived and worked in Santa Fe and New Orleans. Andy...

Bassekou Kouyate

From his early days in Bamako when he was playing in a trio together with Toumani Diabate and Keletigui Diabate till today where he is pursuing his own career, Bassekou has transformed the traditional music of the ngoni into the modern...

Bay Area Blues Society

The Bay Area Blues Society is a non-profit, organization dedicated to the perpetuation of Blues, Jazz and Gospel as an indigenous American art form. We are dedicated to the preservation, promotion and representation of this American folk...

Beat Funktion

The all-Swedish funk sextet Beat Funktion pays homage to instrumental early 70s funk, groove, soul, disco and afro-beat jazz by playing fresh yet retro-style original compositions. They add a unique flavour to their pulsating 70s vintage...

Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson

Bill “Bojangles" Robinson, was the most famous of all African American tap dancers in the twentieth century. Dancing upright and swinging, his light and exacting footwork brought tap “up on its toes” from an earlier flat-footed...

Boldin Alonzo

Photography and music are a way of life for Alonzo and the past 20 years has proven it. He perfected his craft in school and out of school. From the first camera (Pentax) to what he uses now (Canon 7D), he has traveled after high school...

Boston Horns

The Boston Horns is led by Garret Savluk and Henley Douglas Jr., former front men of the Heavy Metal Horns. Over the course of 20 years, they’ve collaborated and toured with a wide range of artists including Tower of Power, Extreme,...

Brinae Ali

Alexandria “Brinae Ali” Bradley’s background in the arts is quite extensive. Her first experience began at age three when she put on her first pair of tap shoes. This introduction ushered in her destiny. Under the guidance of her...

Brooklyn Jazz Underground

The Brooklyn Jazz Underground is a new collective conceived in the spirit of a new, do-it-yourself music industry, and the emergence of myriad independent artists and record labels, spawning a creative boom which counts Brooklyn as one of...

Carlos Bernardo

Carlos Bernardo was born in Cardiff, Wales, in December 1971, son of Brazilian parents. He arrives in Rio de Janeiro only a few months later, and when he was 9 years old he moves with his family to Vit�ria, a city-island in Brazil. In...

Chase Foster

Chase Foster has been called a “prodigy". This is the only way to really describe this young man and his wealth of musical talent. When asked how it all began, he will tell you that it came from his upbringing- his grandpa, his...

Crash Boom Bang

Crash.Boom.Bang is in loose terms a theatre troupe. We reside at the Flying Monkey Arts Center located in the Lowe Mill in Huntsville, AL. Within the course of six weeks we completely and utterly from the ground up put on a play. These...

Cristina Pato

Cristina Pato has already opened historical new paths for the Gaita (Galician bagpipe). In 1998 Cristina Pato became the first female Gaita player releasing a solo album and since then she has collaborated with world music, jazz, classical...

David Amram

David Amram - composer, conductor, multi-instrumentalist A pioneer player of jazz French horn, DavidAmram is also a virtuoso on piano, numerous flutes and whistles, percussion, and dozens of folkloric instruments from 25 countries, as well...

David Gonzalez

David Gonzalez With speech, sound, mime, dance and above all, inspired imagination, nationally acclaimed master storyteller/performer David Gonzalez is keeping the ancient art of storytelling alive. From London’s Royal National Theater...

David Tang

I operate a recording studio and teach Recording Arts Technology and Music Production at the Vancouver School of Arts & Academics in Vancouver, WA, USA.

Dr. Trevorkian

I started getting serious about making music after living with James Darley of Minos Conway in 03 and 04. Ever since I've been getting better and aquiring new instruments, making better quality recordings and sounding better live.

Drivetime

DRIVETIME - New CD “Ignition" Philadelphia has given us some brilliant music over the decades and this tight, contemporary jazz ensemble holds up to Philly’s solid reputation with their highly anticipated new release, IGNITION! The...

Edoardo Marraffa - Tonino Miano

Edoardo Marraffa Degree in Musicology from the University of Bologna (1995). Discography (among others): “Solo, Edoardo Marraffa”, Bassesfere c 005, 2000. “Porcyville”, Una Barca , Vakki Plakkula, ida 012, 1998. Specchio Ensemble,...

Fghr

FGHR was formed by improvisatory masters Darryn Farrugia, Leonard Grigoryan, Luke Howard and Ben Robertson in 2003. Since then they have performed regularly in Australia, charting new territory to create the contemporary masterpieces...

Frantz Loriot and Tonino Miano

Frantz Loriot Begins his music studies on the violin with teachers such as M. Yasuda- Raclot, the brothers A. & C. Pons, N. Dupin, I. Gitlis, Y. Tate, and P. Robault. He studies improvisation with R. Huby, Joelle Leandre, Barre Phillips,...

Gavin Jones

An eclectic singer who can perform in a range of styles from Big Band to Pop to Soul and Rock. Powerful vocalist with a fabulous stage presence.

Geoffrey Armes

Geoffrey has honed a musical approach that walks a knife-edge between the singer-songwriter and ambient club or world fusion approach to music making. Improvising is an important process in Geoffrey's intuitive composing style. The UK born...

GruvAvenue

GruvAvénue Producer/Leader: Vincent Ong Formally known as “Black Machine", GruvAvénue exploded onto the KL music scene with its inaugural performance in The Actors Studio, Plaza Putra in 2001. The show saw the dynamic band combining...

Gus Giordano

Gus Giordano wrote the highly acclaimed Anthology of American Jazz Dance , the first book of its kind. Giordano organized the first Jazz Dance World Congress in August 1990. This event, co-sponsored by Northwestern University, assembled...

Hananeel

Hananeel, a fusion jazz band with a new innovative sound created from the influences of jazz, fusion, rock, funk and gospel. The sound resonates with excitement, inspiration, and creativity from six of the most progressive minds in music...

Helen Petts

Visual artist and film-maker, working extensively in the field of free improvised and experimental music and live art both in still photography and video. Currently working on “Adventures in the House of Memory" - large collaborative...

James Shipp

Born in Columbia, Maryland, James Shipp moved to New York to study music, and has resided there ever since. James’ career is full of musics that inhabit multiple worlds. His earliest work of note as a sideman was with Tito Puente veteran...

Jason Carroll

Wichita, Kansas native Jason Carroll was born into music. At the young age of only two years old, he began playing drums on his father's drum set. Seeing his interest in the drums, his father Jimmy began to work with him, providing drum...

Jazz underGround

Jazz underGround is a network of NYC's greatest jazz musicians with NYC churches that want to sponsor free or donation only concerts for the public. Musicians include John Pattitucci, Mark Turner, Greg Tardy, Gretchen Parlato, Johnathan...

Kelvin Roy

About Kelvin Roy Kelvin grew up in Flint, Michigan. His father was from New Zealand and relocated to the United States after travelling there as a Fulbright scholar. Kelvin had copious lessons on piano and trombone, plus some voice...

konstruKt

konstruKt was founded in 2008 to play improvised music. The bands music pays a brief homage to Avant-Garde Jazz and Contemporary Music. Korhan Argden // drums :: Ozn Usta // percussion/voice :: Umut aglar // guitar/electronics ::...

LA Jazz Underground

LA Jazz Underground is a NuJazz collective based in L.A.'s West Side. DJ's, producers and programmers, live musicians and vocalists, create a sound that is as cool and eclectic as the city itself.

Lama

Lama is Nils Martin Larsen. Nils Martin Larsen is Lama. A band that has evolved into its present form over the last 2 years. That is two years of intense song-writing and studiowork to figure out what the thoughts in Larsen's head sound...

Le Boeuf Brothers

Remy and Pascal Le Boeuf (saxophone and piano) are part of a growing New York jazz scene characterized by odd time signatures, alternative rock, and the influences of artists such as Radiohead, Brian Blade and Kurt Rosenwinkel. What makes...

Leroy Foster

Bluesman Baby Face Leroy Foster was born on 12 February 1923, in Algoma, Mississippi. He was one of the pioneers of the post-World War II southern blues resurgence in Chicago, arriving in the city in 1945.Between 1948 and 1952. Baby Face...

Leviathan Brothers

Two piece, electric jazz duo plays songs you've heard. Loudly.

Ljova and the Kontraband

Ljova, viola and famiola Inna Barmash, vocal Patrick Farrell, accordion Mike Savino, accordion Mathias Kunzli, percussion LJOVA AND THE KONTRABAND (formerly Ljova & the Vjola Contraband) -- is chamber-jam music for the “remix...

Lucky Peterson

Lucky Peterson is the most dangerous triple threat working in the blues. A searing lead guitarist, fantastic organist, and first-rate vocalist, Lucky played his first gig at age three. By the time he was five, he had already recorded his...

Maarten Ornstein

Maarten Ornstein plays tenor saxophone, clarinet and bass clarinet. On ocassion he plays tarogato, electric saxophone, MPC and laptop computers. He is also a composer and arranger. He leads the avantgarde funk ensemble DASH! and performs...

Markus Reuter

Markus Reuter is a producer, musician, composer & sound designer. Born in 1972, Markus initially trained as a pianist before switching to guitar in the late 80's, and subsequently touch guitar in 1993. Soon after, he developed a unique...

Matthew Earle

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Max Zt

Max ZT " Hammered Dulcimer and Composer After hearing the hammered dulcimer at a Chicago area folk festival at the age of six, Max ZT was hooked. He studied under Kat Eggleston for ten years before venturing to Bard College in upstate...

Mpumi Dhlamini

The release of Mpumi Dhlamini’s debut album heralded the public appearance of a prodigiously gifted young artist on the South African jazz scene. Mpumi Dhlamini is a rare talent of true genius. The SAMA and Metro FM Awards nominated...

Myles Away Jazz

His vision was clear: Tim Quick wanted to reintroduce Jazz and its culture to a younger generation who could take it into the next era, and give Jazz Fans around the world a new way to enjoy it. As the young manager of his father’s...
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