Standing cheek to cheek with Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga staged her most radical reinvention yet, setting herself on a new...
Photographer Art Kane took the most wonderful photograph in jazz history, featuring 57 of the best jazz musicians ever: A Great Day In Harlem.
On 10 August 1920, a group of musicians collectively known as The Jazz Hounds recorded a song with Mamie Smith called ‘Crazy Blues’, the first blues record.
The Hollywood star and jazz pianist will appear at Cadogan Hall in West London on 17 November.
Norman Granz was unique in the business in his sense of justice, fairness and equality and had a true passion for the music that had become known as jazz not long before...
Louis Armstrong’s birthday has been the source of much confusion over the years. We sort the myth from the fact to celebrate Satchmo.
The album is out just in time for the 120th Anniversary of George Gershwin’s birthday on 26 September.
The new project will reach deep into DG's Yellow Label’s archives to reveal previously unissued historic recordings and remastered catalogue rarities.
The 1956 performance that announced Ella's arrival at Verve Records gets a double vinyl LP release.
For ‘Vanished Gardens’, Charles Lloyd adds Lucinda Williams to his acclaimed group The Marvels, resulting in an album for which “there is no precedent”.
Entitled ‘Quincy’, the new doc has been co-directed by the star’s daughter, Rashida Jones.
‘A Day With Satchmo’ captures a 1957 session between Louis Armstrong and Oscar Peterson, featuring every take and every minute of recording.
Liberty Records revisited the title of the singer's debut LP, as it released Julie Is Her Name, Volume Two.
Held in July 1966, the 6th National Jazz and Blues Festival was without doubt one of the best aggregations of artists gathered at a UK festival ever.
He is one of those pianists that have influenced just about every one that has followed in his wake.
The great saxophonist's new set with his Quartet will be accompanied by a graphic novel.