The new song also features on the drummer, composer and bandleader's upcoming Blue Note debut, 'Homeward Bound'.
John Coltrane gave more to jazz in his 40 years than many who lived a much longer life. We look back at his great legacy.
The unique project strips away much of the original album's instrumentation. The son of Alice Coltrane explains why.
Ranked and rated, from big-band leaders to bebop pioneers and fusion futurists, uDiscover reveals a list of the 50 best jazz drummers of all time.
Batiste recorded his session with jazz greats including Kenny Garrett, Ron Carter, Gary Bartz, and Joe Saylor.
Dissatisfied with the New York jazz scene, Tony Scott traveled far and wide, eventually emerging with three incredible records.
Louis Jordan was dubbed the King of The Jukebox and rightly so, he was a huge star and one that is sadly much less remembered than he ought to be.
Both on stage and in the studio, Frank Sinatra and Quincy Jones formed a perfect partnership based on mutual respect and admiration.
‘Two Men With The Blues’ found two of music’s great modern craftsmen, Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis, bonding over shared musical passions and creating a classic album.
Benson's 'That Sunday, That Summer' and 'Ramblin' Rose' make their digital debut on the expanded edition of 'Inspiration: A Tribute to Nat King Cole.'
The clip, like the album, captures the excitement of live performances by Sting and his stellar band in Europe in 1985.
The genre-bending harpist and composer's new album is set for release on August 13.
The announcement comes alongside the news of a first ever London-based Pitchfork Festival, set to take place in November.
It was June 28, 1928, when Louis Armstrong and the Hot Five recorded one of the landmark recordings of the 20th century.
Remembering the lesser-known sequel to Louis Armstrong's massive 1968 hit.
The only album that Tina Brooks released during his lifetime, ‘True Blue’ is a reminder that the saxophonist remains one of Blue Note’s unsung heroes.