Don Was is a widely-respected artist, record label boss and hugely in-demand A-list producer.
The jazz supergroup's debut is initially available digitally and on CD with a vinyl edition to follow on September 25.
The record features four of Clayton’s original compositions, as well as Duke Ellington’s "Take The Coltrane".
The upcoming record features new interpretations of music originally created by trailblazing figures such as Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and Bobby Hutcherson.
The Rolling Stones played the first of two nights at The Paradiso on 26 May 1995.
“Sweet Pea cut a larger than life figure”, remembers Don Was. "Every one of the guys in the band looked up to him and loved him dearly".
A new deal with Capitol Records led to the serendipity of a working relationship with producer Don Was, and the best set of songs Bonnie had gathered since her earliest albums.
Charles Lloyd, Keb Mo' and Philip Bailey are just three of the stars nominated for awards in the annual 2020 Jazz FM Awards
The star-studded show will also feature Don Was, John Medeski and Ivan Neville, plus members of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Bonerama and the Radiators.
Porter launched the series in August 2019, in a ten-week run that had him in conversation with Annie Lennox, Jeff Goldblum, Don Was and others.
As 'Luck Of The Draw' continued its multi-platinum success in America, Bonnie made the UK singles chart for the first time with its beautiful ballad 'I Can't Make You Love Me.'
In the film, Tone Poet Joe Harley explains the background to the all-analog, 180 gram audiophile vinyl reissue series.
Gregg was born on 8 December 1947 in Nashville, one year the junior of brother Duane, with whom he would co-found the mighty blues-rock institution the Allman Brothers Band.
Blue Note president Don Was talks about his love affair with jazz’s most iconic record label, and following in Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff’s footsteps.
Director Sophie Huber's Blue Note documentary, 'Beyond The Notes' also airs tonight at 9.30 on BBC4.