John Coltrane died on 17 July 1967, gave more to jazz in his 40 years than many who lived a...
Across three sessions, from 1952 to 1954, Miles Davis recorded the majority of the sides he would release on Blue Note, with many jazz icons behind him.
'Begin Again' gathers seven songs that Jones has recorded over the past year with collaborators including Jeff Tweedy, Thomas Bartlett, and Brian Blade.
Cullum's new album is set for global release on 7 June, through Blue Note in the US and Island Records elsewhere.
After making Caesar’s Palace his home in 1967, Frank Sinatra embarked on a decades-long relationship that saw him bring the house down nightly.
Wonderful World is many people's favourite song; the story behind its release is fascinating and given its difficult birth, it's amazing that it made No.1.
The show was professionally recorded with a view to possible commercial release but, after those plans were forgotten, the tape sat in the vaults for 58 years.
With a friendship based on mutual admiration, Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong recorded a series of classic songs and appeared together in many hit movies.
With career album sales of ten million to his name, Cullum's new studio record represents a striking new direction.
Giving vintage jazz compositions a modern feel, ‘New Bottle Old Wine’ reveals just why arranger Gil Evans was hailed as a genius.
The prestigious event also featured Beverley Knight, Jacob Collier, Quincy Jones, Swing Out Sister, Makaya McCraven and more.
The future of jazz has always been shaped by young jazz musicians seeing new modes of expression. These 13 artists reflect the changing times they live in.
The Blue Note album was recorded in Brooklyn by the great jazz bassist Carter and Tony Award-winning poet and novelist Simmons.
Collier's take on The Fab Four's classic also appears on his forthcoming album, 'Djesse - Volume 2'.
Eclectic and seductive, ‘Glamoured’ remains a potent crystallisation of Cassandra Wilson’s unique style, and a key release in the singer’s canon.
Free jazz was a much misunderstood – and even maligned – genre when it emerged in the late 50s, but it resulted in some of the finest modern jazz.