From loud, robust voices to delicate and refined ones, vocal gymnasts and smooth balladeers, the 50 best jazz singers ever is a varied and stunning list.
Iconic British soul singer Seal releases his new album, a collection of covers of iconic jazz classics and swing standards on 10 November
Items from superstars such as Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift and Beyonce are among the exhibits at the new Newark Grammy Museum
Hear the “First Lady of Song”, Ella Fitzgerald like never before, on Someone To Watch Over Me that pairs her recordings with the London Symphony Orchestra.
New York's famous Blue Note jazz club opened a branch in Rio de Janeiro. Its eighth location and first in the Southern Hemisphere, on 31 August 2017.
To celebrate the late great Louis Armstrong’s 116th birthday today, Verve Records/UMe have released the The Complete Decca Singles 1935-1946.
Seasoned British vocalist Elkie Brooks had the compilation Pearls — The Very Best of Elkie Brooks released by Virgin EMI on 26 May 2017.
How well do you know the First Lady of Song? The uDiscover Ella Fitzgerald Quiz will test you out...
According to Mel Torme 'She was the best singer on the planet.' She is, of course, Ella Fitzgerald.
Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones will be honoured with the Gold Award at the 2017 Jazz FM Awards, staged by the UK jazz broadcaster, on 25 April.
In Ella Fitzgerald’s centenary year there are many exciting things planned in celebration, including exhibitions, new releases, tributes and concerts
Norman Granz and the Jazz at the Philharmonic concerts made Jazz, Black AND White and changed the face of modern music
In anticipation of the centenary of Ella Fitzgerald's birth in April, the new installation Ella Sings The Songbook has gone on display in Carmel, Indiana.
Buddy Bregman, born in Chicago 1950 went on to play a key role in the formation of Verve Records in 1950, working with Ella, Louis, and Bing among others.
Released on 21 October, the two ‘Joyful Jazz! Christmas With Verve’ collections are the perfect soundtracks to cold evenings by the fire.
Herbert Hardesty, whose tenor saxophone was a feature of countless hits for his longtime collaborator Fats Domino, died on 3 December, 2016 in Las Vegas