The list of bandleaders she worked with reads like a who's who of the big band era.
It's the little things...
Dual tenors battle mightily on the latest from Antonio Ciacca.
The Adored represent an updated pop rock style that rivals that of the '70s and '80s. I thank you, Adored.
Soft, acoustic numbers to nurse my head today. Still free. Still MP3.
Indie darlings Vampire Weekend make a spirited bid to top the mega-success of their 2008 debut.
Former Hedgehog drummer and singer set up B-side Lovers and put on a show in the Empire's capital.
Whether it's hard rock and dance pop or alternative rock and hip-hop, 2009 was a damn good year for music.
New music from Ringo, Vampire Weekend, and more top this week's new releases...
Mort Weiss proves that clarinet can lead a whole jazz album. Raising the Bar is a clarinet wonder.
Why waste words? This is class.
Getting guest Billy Gibson to play harmonica lets Norway’s JT Lauritsen concentrate on his squeezebox on his first live recording.
Instrumental music that tells many stories.
Discover the fascinating facts behind a bewitching woman of fiction!
Seventeen-year-old Miguel works in his dad's comics shop and falls in love with a mysterious girl.
Going into advanced adulthood, kicking and screaming.
There is no road to peace and stability in a country through hunger, want and lack of education.
Jackie Chan deserves better care in Hollywood than he gives these kids.
Vampires as a dominant species.
Archaeology, investigation, and sci-fi all rolled into one series.
Mummies: adding fuel to the fire of budding young Egyptologists everywhere.
Controversial filmmaker Darryl Roberts tackles the beauty and fashion industry in this riveting documentary.
TNT's Leverage is back for six more episodes!
An overrated but solid film on a bygone era.
Animated dysfunctional spies populate this new FX comedy.
Nobody else would get away with that kind of insubordination. It's a conspiracy, man.
Do you want to work with Style?
What's the difference between gout and "pseudo gout"?
Changes I would like to see in Apple's iPhone in response to the Google's Nexus One.
Is the election in Massachusetts a sign of rough times ahead for the Tea Party movement?
Disaster strikes in Haiti
In a surprising nail-biter of a race, Republican Scott Brown debated Democrat Martha Coakley for the Massachusetts senate seat.