Jason Moran, as virtuoso pianist and bandleader, enacted all of jazz history at the keyboard, from ragtime to no time, as the saying goes.
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Jazz Concert Review: The Bad Plus — Say again?
You could sometimes be halfway into a Bad Plus show before hearing anything like a jazz chord from pianist Ethan Iverson.
Music Review: Singer/Songwriter Lucinda Williams — Americana Chanteuse
The sense of place, the passage of time, the death-haunted imagery, and the coolly rhythmic verse gives Lucinda Williams’s songs their traction.
Jazz Concert Review: John Scofield’s “Country for Old Men” — Well Worth a Visit
Country for Old Men is surely going to stand as one of the best, as well as among the most unusual, recordings of the year.
Music Preview: Saxophonist Grace Kelly — On Jazz and Beyond
“My hope is that in the near future the mainstream music pendulum will swing much more heavily towards giving jazz the attention it deserves.”
Fuse Music Preview: Joyce Moreno Meets Berklee
Iconic second-generation bossa nova composer, singer, and guitarist Joyce Moreno.
Music Interview: Fusion Violinist Jean-Luc Ponty and Jon Anderson Join Forces
I just have to use all my personal musical experience — classical music and jazz and rock and electronic sound — and not worry about where it fits.
Jazz Review: The Bad Plus Joshua Redman—Making Beauty Easily
With the galvanic addition of Joshua Redman, The Bad Plus is now made up of four intense virtuosos.
Fuse News: In March, Celebrity Series Will Help Us “Stave” Off Boredom
Stave off boredom. This is going to be a smoking festival.
Jazz Review: Jazz Superstar Esperanza Spalding Thanks October
Esperanza Spalding is not simply beyond reproach – she is a young lioness the likes of which the jazz world has really never seen before.