This new track is the third in a series of singles Jones has released over the past few months.
The great jazz label Blue Note will partner with Cunard for a ‘Transatlantic Crossing’ with its artists on the flagship Queen Mary 2 in October.
There’s a new album on the way from the brilliant Eliane Elias; called Made in Brazil, it is scheduled for release on 31 March, 2015 on Concord Jazz.
The BBC have put on line a long lost edition of Desert Island Discs featuring Satchmo. His 1968 appearance was found in the archives of a US museum.
Storied saxophone player Charles Lloyd has signed with Blue Note, and will have his first album for the label in more than 30 years released in April.
For her debut album Norah Jones came up with something as fresh and original as anything from a singer songwriter in the last 30 years.
A new documentary about peerless jazz interpreter Nina Simone opened the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and will be available soon via Netflix.
At art school in 1960 Charlie Watts wrote & illustrated a book, Ode To A High Flying Bird, the bird being Charlie Parker, the jazz saxophonist.
Widely-admired Blue Note artist José James has a powerful new video for ‘A Change Is Gonna Come' and a trailer for his forthcoming album.
Charlie Haden, the influential jazz bassist, will be celebrated in a free memorial event at the Town Hall in New York on Tuesday (January 13).
Something for a Friday afternoon? We can't get enough of this! Recorded and filmed live (free of overdubs) on October 7-10 at Kytopia Studios in Utrecht.
Gregory Porter today announces a new duet single version of ‘Water Under Bridges’ with Laura Mvula, on an expanded deluxe edition of ‘Liquid Spirit.'
Take a look at our list of the top 50 jazz albums of all time and find out if your personal collection comprises of any of the best ever jazz albums.
The Frank Sinatra 100 App is released worldwide in the iTunes App Store and on Google Play, free for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and Android tablets.
An ambitious concept album about an imaginary town, Frank Sinatra’s ‘Watertown’ is one of his least-known albums, but remains a high-water mark in his career.
‘Keep On Keepin’ On,’ co-produced by Quincy Jones, is on the long list from which the Best Documentary Feature Oscar shortlist will be chosen.