Images from the 2022 Atlanta Jazz Festival

Images from the 2022 Atlanta Jazz Festival: Look for video soon. A number of jazz artists are shown here including Tia Fuller, Masego, Herbie Hancock, Warren Wolf, Eddie Palmieri, Makaya McMcraven, Kathleen Bertrand,  Kenny Barron and others.  

Georgia Tech Jazz Combos @ The Biltmore

Georgia Tech Jazz Combos @ The Biltmore Join us for Wednesday Wine Down at The Biltmore! Every Wednesday in June The Biltmore will feature Georgia Tech’s Jazz Combos! The event will be hosted between 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm on The Biltmore’s balcony overlooking West Peachtree. Food and drinks will be served as long as…

Line up for the 2022 Atlanta Jazz Festival

Another great lineup for this year’s Jazz Festival happening May 28-30, in Piedmont Park. There still will be local event throughout May leading up the Memorial Day weekend, such as the Neighborhood Jazz Series, MARTA Monday, Jazz in the Airport Atrium, and more in the local calendar is here. One thing you will notice different…

April is Jazz Appreciation Month 2022

April is Jazz Appreciation Month and this year we are celebrating the music of Israel “Cachao” López. A bassist, bandleader, composer, and co-creator of mambo. A. leading figure in Afro-Caribbean and Latin jazz music. You can read more about Israel ‘Cachao” López here, and grab a free downloadable poster here. Museum of American History

Soul@Seven 026– Soothe your Soul by Infinite Rhythms

Tracklist curated by C-Dubu 1. Rosa (SLOWED) – D. Lylez2. Nostalgia – Samuel Archer Ft. Nadira Norjahan3. I Cant Help It (Sonic Extension Remix) – Michael Jackson4. If You’re The One (feat. Skyzoo) – Raheem DeVaughn & Apollo Brown5. These Things – Teisha Marie6. So In Love – Melba Moore7. Yes, Bonita (King Most Redirection)…

FunkBox 005 – Funk à la carte

It’s been said that funk doesn’t exist anymore in this age of music. I say it’s just harder to find you just have to know where to look. In Funk à la carte I’ll present a variety of funky styles, hence the “à la carte” title.  Hopefully there is something in  here to satisfy your…

Is Old Music Killing New Music?

Old songs now represent 70 percent of the U.S. music market. Even worse: The new-music market is actually shrinking. Source: Is Old Music Killing New Music?