An appreciation of the Soul Queen of New Orleans by her longtime collaborator Scott Billington.
Named as “The Best Jazz Festival on The Planet” with over 2,000 artists, over 50 venues and over 300 gigs, it's also one of the biggest.
How do you sum up Louis Armstrong in just 20 songs? We’d love to hear from you and when you’ve all spoken we’ll complete Louis Armstrong in 20 Songs!
Marcus Miller's brilliant new album, Afrodeezia, is featured on the Grammy Award winning bass player's tour through Europe in October and November.
A Man Alone was recorded over three days in March 1969 at Western Recorders in Los Angeles, Sinatra was fifty-three years old when he recorded this album.
Dinah Washington's version of Unforgettable hit the Hot 100 on 5 October 1959, and later joined Nat 'King' Cole's in the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Besides playing for many years with the Jazz Crusaders, later the Crusaders, his musicianship embellished countless albums. Wilton Felder RIP
Horace Silver and Art Blakey were an essential ingredient in the development of hard bop…they were Jazz messengers.
reDiscover Os Mutantes’ self-titled debut album: a glorious collision of styles that defined the Tropicália movement in 1968.
The Gregory Porter album Liquid Spirit will continue to reach new fans with Decca’s 23 October release of a new special edition.
There are 23 keys on a saxophone… so here are 23 of the greatest sax tracks featuring the very best saxophonists
Three vintage Frank Sinatra albums from 1965 will be released on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl by Frank Sinatra Enterprises/Universal Music on November 20.
Here’s the new video for ‘Lean In,’ taken from acclaimed jazz-soul vocalist Lizz Wright’s Concord debut ‘Freedom & Surrender,’ released last Friday (4).
Originally recorded in 1953 as Jam Session, this was reissued
The great jazz vocal stylist Peggy Lee will be celebrated by USM’s release of the 3CD/1DVD package ‘Peggy Lee – Live In London’ on December 4.
He was born Nathaniel Adams Coles in Montgomery, Alabama in the Deep South of the US on March 17th 1919 – the world knew him as Nat King Cole.