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Music Review: The City Boys Allstars – ‘Blinded by the Night’

City Boys

The City Boys play a blend of blues and funk, uniting some hot horns driven by a dynamite rhythm section with strong vocals. Read More »

Music Review: Mack Avenue SuperBand – ‘Live From the Detroit Jazz Festival—2013′

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These are musicians with chemistry; they understand and respect each other. Read More »

Music Review: Chelsey Green and the Green Project – ‘The Green Room’

The Green Project from Chelsey Green

A collection of appealing original compositions and arrangements that showcase Green’s unique twist on violin, viola and contemporary jazz. Read More »

Music Reviews: Hendrik Meurkens and Misha Tsiganov, Gary Gray, Jason Paul Curtis


Three new albums show the diversity of contemporary jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Sophisticated Lady – ‘Sophisticated Lady Jazz Quartet’

sophisticated lady

The quartet clearly demonstrates there is life in tradition yet. Read More »

Music Review: Jimmy McIntosh – ‘Jimmy McIntosh and…’

Jimmy McIntosh And...

McIntosh, with a little help from his friends (including Ronnie Wood and John Scofield), delivers a six-string master class. Read More »

Music Review: Ann Hampton Callaway – ‘From Sassy to Divine: The Sarah Vaughan Project’

ann hampton callaway from sassy to divine sarah vaughan

Callaway’s Sarah Vaughan tribute album is no attempt at cheap imitation. Read More »

Music Review: Marbin – ‘The Third Set’


This is hard-rocking jazz played by musicians with real chops. Read More »

Music Review: Tony Kadleck Big Band – ‘Around the Horn’

Tony Kadleck

Kadleck’s 'Around the Horn' is another in the spate of very fine big band albums released in recent months. Read More »

Music Review: Doc Stewart – ‘Code Blue!’


Doc Stewart leads a big band with a contemporary vibe. Read More »