The gold standard in Latin Music, the best Fania songs truly merged cultures, ranging from salsa to disco, and all...
The first single from the set, 'Just One Of Those Things,' is now available.
Ranked and rated, from big-band leaders to bebop pioneers and fusion futurists, uDiscover reveals a list of the 50 best jazz drummers of all time.
There have been hundreds of thousands of books about music and here are some of the best music books you’ve may never have read.
Decca Records gave jazz artists Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong a global platform, and continues to shape jazz music in the 21st Century.
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.
During the ten-week series, Porter will also meet such distinguished figures as Kamasi Washington, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Annie Lennox.
Liberty Records revisited the title of the singer's debut LP, as it released 'Julie Is Her Name, Volume Two.'
‘A Day With Satchmo’ captures a 1957 session between Louis Armstrong and Oscar Peterson, featuring every take and every minute of recording.
The film about the late jazz innovator, directed by Stanley Nelson, is released via Abramorama and Eagle Rock Entertainment.
Four Freshmen And 5 Trombones was the first album The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson bought, and remains an exquisite vocal jazz record.
Bud Powell influenced almost jazz pianist who followed, but his name is not remembered as much as it should be. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
Blue Note President Don Was says of Frisell, “I love the way that Bill annihilates the concept of genre."
‘Blues Walk’ helped to kick-start the soul-jazz movement of the 60s and remains the go-to album in saxophonist Lou Donaldson’s canon.