“They are seekers, like we are, and they connect with the music that we play.”
Singer-songwriter Jackie Greene’s new tunes are comfortable without being lazy — this is a musician who flourishes in a more relaxed environment.
Claims that Stephan Micus erases international boundaries and makes one-world music get it backward. You visit his world on his records.
Ernie Smith’s rich baritone and playful lyrics have found a New England champion in the Rhode Island band Soul Shot.
John Berberian, an Armenian-American master of the oud, is in our midst.
Get your maps and open up your calendar app—it’s time to plan your summer of jazz in New England.
Woods Hill Table is the 153-seat culmination of a vision that encompasses the locavore movement in impressive fashion.
Better Late Than Never: Fuse Music Critic Noah Schaffer’s favorite live music moments from the past year.
To my mind, with Assembly of the Souls, composer Eitan Steinberg is working in Pulitzer contention territory.
Boston’s premier outdoor jazz event, the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival, returns to Boston’s South End for a fourteenth year this Saturday, with drummer Terri Lyne Carrington back at the helm again as the artistic director.