JazzTimes

MICHELLE LORDI

Cabinet of Wonder

Some of the most interesting singers on the scene came to performance at midlife, after building non-musical careers and/or families: artists like Gail Pettis, René Marie,

Você está lendo uma amostra, registre-se para ler mais.

Mais de JazzTimes

JazzTimesLeitura de 3 mins
Out of Four, One
At a quick glance, the Royal Bopsters’ new recording, Party of Four (Motéma), appears to be a straightforward continuation of their 2015 debut, The Royal Bopsters Project. The group remains a quartet carrying the torch of vocalese from Lambert, Hendr
JazzTimesLeitura de 3 mins
Farewells
Mark Colby, a well-traveled saxophonist who eventually put down roots in Chicago as a jazz educator, died Aug. 31 from complications related to cancer. He was 71. Colby spent three years in the 1970s as part of Maynard Ferguson’s big band, then moved
JazzTimesLeitura de 3 minsComputers
The Stuff of Streams
Thanks to COVID-19, and artists and venues shifting their focus to online streams, we may be seeing more jazz performances than ever before. What we’re hearing, though, isn’t always so appealing. The quality of an audio track within a video stream fr