Here are two photos (credit: Stephen Jay) from last Thursday’s gig by the Michael Janisch Quintet at an enthusiastically attende Epsom Playhouse. This band (with Jochen Ruckert replacing Clarence Penn on drums) […]
Review of Eva Abraham by Sarah Ellen Hughes(Jazz Cafe, September 16th 2009)(Welcoming a new writer, and a fine snger in her own right to the pages of LondonJazz!) It was a confident […]
Jazz photographer Richard Kaby has been out at the Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival. FOLLOW THIS LINK for more of Kaby’s pictures. He writes to me“I was trying to capture Stan’s wonderful fingers […]
Bedford-born, Oxford-educated, Guildhall-trained alto saxophonist, composer , teacher, band-leader Carlos Lopez-Real is a real dynamo. He is the driving force behind e17 Jazz. I was flabbergasted to discover last night that he […]
This clip of Steve Grossman in action is just one clip from masses of ,photos,videos and blog posts which a team from JUSTLIKEJAZZ is sending this weekend from the Scarborough Jazz Festival.
http://www.webtvnice.com/flash-videos/kurt-250709.swfCette vidéo est issue du site Web TV Nice Check out this, er, interesting interview with Kurt Rosenwinkel, courtesy of the very sharp eyes of Ottawa jazz blogger Peter Hum.
Trinity College of Music describe the Isabelle Bond Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Performance 2009 as the “pinnacle of the College’s competition calendar”. The competition was held at St John’s, Smith […]
Kyle Eastwood Band & Yolanda Brown,Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival, 17 September 2009Review by Rob Mallows of London Jazz MeetupDigby Fairweather was MC’ing last night, and he was working his socks off. He […]
You say carmeena and I say carmana,You say bureena & I say buranaLets Carl the whole thing Orff!
September 30th at Ronnie Scott’s. Mark the date. To hear one of the unflinching unfailing impeccable greats of British jazz, Trumpeter Henry Lowther, in a nice context.He is playing in Chris Biscoe […]
Review of Steve Grossman/ Damon Brown Quintet by Frank Griffith(Pizza Express Dean Street, September 15th 2009)American saxophonist Steve Grossman, who has been resident in Bologna for 15 years, made a welcome return […]
Peter Bacon’s notes this morning on a speech by Hans Koller, plus his explanations of how the scene has grown in Birmingham (picture is of Soweto Kinch)- it’s a great piece. I’ve […]
Under this banner proudly unfurled in the new premises of the Orange Tree opposite Richmond station, the South-West London musicians’ collective got off to a great start. The pace was full to […]
Yes, it’s that towel rail (bass flute) again.The UK’s premier jazz flautist Gareth Lockrane is directing his big band at the 606 on Sunday 27th. He tells me he has a couple […]
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