Summer has arrived thermally and is due to arrive astronomically early next wee; New England offers a geographically diverse menu of jazz festivals.
From Providence to Burlington by way of Cambridge, the New England jazz festival season is now underway.
Boston’s Debo Band expand their heterophonnic horizons on Ere Gobez.
But dissonance is at the edge of everything you hear at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival — a sound that contains multitudes.
The magazine’s Roots and World Music critic looks back at a year of live performances: here are the winners and a few losers.
When she composes a song, she said, it’s her guitar, rather than her voice, that “chooses the key. The guitar is the boss.”
Iconic second-generation bossa nova composer, singer, and guitarist Joyce Moreno.
“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.