Ella Fitzgerald singing The Rodgers and Hart Songbook was a fantastic idea brilliantly executed, leading to a revitalization of Ella's...
Billy Strayhorn was born in 1915 and when he was 23 years old, in 1938, his life changed forever… he met Duke Ellington
Recorded in late 1960, Out of the Cool by Gil Evans was one of the first four LPs released on the impulse! label.
Mose Allison, who has died at the age of 89, was a huge presence in jazz and blues, but his influence was also greatly felt in the rock and pop arena.
Bill Laurance Live At Union Chapel, his fourth solo album confirms his brilliance and is a genre-busting album that soars and flies beyond its jazz roots
In the 2016 DownBeat Readers Poll, A Love Supreme : The Complete Masters was a winner.
If you're looking for the definitive late night soulful jazz album then probably look no further than John Coltrane Ballads
It was on 12 November 1925 that The Hot Five recorded for the very first time…the rest is history
The 50th anniversary of Duke Ellington's Sacred Concert in Phoenix is being marked by a new performance there.
A reunion of James Brown band members and another of GRP label greats are part of the fifth annual TD James Moody Jazz Festival in New Jersey next month.
Cruising the Caribbean with Blue Note At Sea next February sounds like the perfect way to banish those winter blues
Merl Saunders and Jerry Garcia’s ‘Keystone Companions: The Complete 1973 Fantasy Recordings’ 6LP box set is released on 25 November.
Jazz Loves Disney and we love Disney tunes that remind us of good times. This new Verve Records album is coming out 18 November 2016
Released on 18 November 2016 this Gregory Porter DVD will confirm just why is such a phenomenal successful … seen live, you will be a convert
Georgie Fame's amazing career will be celebrated inNovember with the release of a 6 CD career retrospective, Survival – A Career Anthology 1963-2015
Five outstanding albums from tenor saxophonist, Joe Henderson from his extensive Blue Note Records catalogue