An appreciation of the Soul Queen of New Orleans by her longtime collaborator Scott Billington.
William Gottleib was the man who photographed Be-Bop.
The Verve singles Collection includes 100 tracks released by this iconic record label
Miles Davis's first Great Quintet recorded their debut session for Columbia Records on 26 October 1955
A vintage event in jazz history, Bill Evans’ ‘The Complete Village Vanguard Recordings, 1961,’ will be reborn, and expanded, in November.
Jazz is the coolest music on the planet, right? If there's any doubt here's the perfect playlist to take the stress away - jazz played with a relaxed vibe.
impulse! sign Snarky Puppy, one of the most exciting bands on the live jazz scene
'Now You Has Jazz', from the film High Society, was recorded by Louis Armstrong & Bing Crosby and made the US singles chart on 13 October 1956.
Dr. John's debut Concord album pays tribute to Louis Armstrong with some impressive guest appearances from Bonnie Raitt and the Blind Boys of Alabama.
The first retrospective for Madeleine Peyroux will be released by Concord in October.
Just supposing jazz could write its life in 100 tracks what do you think it would chose?
This is for you if you want to begin a journey into jazz by listening to it more seriously, or if a friend asks you what jazz records they should listen to.
The Jazz Scene, as this package was called, was released in the week before Christmas 1949 and is a very important album in the history of jazz.
Frank Sinatra’s London sessions are to be the subject of a new 3-CD and DVD package, ‘Sinatra: LONDON.'
Two playlists from uDiscover exploring Louis Armstrong. Essential features his most popular recordings, whilst Digging Deeper explores lesser known tracks.