An appreciation of the Soul Queen of New Orleans by her longtime collaborator Scott Billington.
Watch Snarky Puppy perform their new track 'Gretel' with the Metropole Orkest.
On 7 Feb 1956, Ella Fitzgerald was at the Capitol Studios to begin one of the most remarkable series of recordings covering the great American songbook.
Blue Note pianist Robert Glasper will return to acoustic jazz with his trio for his next release, ‘Covered,’ to be released on June 16.
There is no better way to celebrate Blue Note’s catalogue of the finest jazz than by playing them through the new and exclusive Sonos Blue Note speakers.
The ‘Ultimate Sinatra’ collection, released April 21 worldwide, will span his Columbia, Capitol and Reprise years for the first time.
Dexter Gordon is often overlooked as a master of the tenor saxophone, he can be eclipsed, in some people's minds by Lester Young & Coleman Hawkins.
‘Liquid Spirit,’ the Grammy-winning Blue Note debut of Gregory Porter, has hit the top ten of the UK album chart for the first time.
Ginger Baker, 2015 Grammy winner Dianne Reeves and Blue Note’s Terence Blanchard have been announced for the UK's Love Supreme Jazz Festival in July.
Gregory Porter has been announced, along with Van Morrison, for the bill of a new concert series, Nocturne At Blenheim Palace, on June 25.
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.