Liberty Records revisited the title of the singer's debut LP, as it released 'Julie Is Her Name, Volume Two.'
Featuring 5 Bill Evans classic Verve era recordings, made between 1964 and 1969 all housed in mini LP sleeves
The first five original Verve albums in the Genius of Charlie Parker series…enough said!
The remarkably prolific, groundbreaking jazz collective Snarky Puppy will release their 11th studio album, Culcha Vulcha, on 29 April.
Jazz-trained drummer and David Bowie and Stevie Wonder sideman Dennis Davis died of lung cancer on 7 April 2016.
Gato Barbieri, the Latin jazz tenor saxophone player who won a Grammy for his soundtrack for Last Tango In Paris, died yesterday (Saturday 3 April) at 83.
President Barack Obama will host a stellar array of jazz and soul artists at the White House, as part of International Jazz Day on 29 April.
Jazz great Gregory Porter release of a new video, ‘Don’t Lose Your Steam’, ahead of the release of his new album, ‘Take Me To The alley’.
Here's the official trailer for Miles Ahead, the biopic starring Don Cheadle as Miles Davis, which arrives in theatres in New York and LA on 1 April.
The death has been announced of entertainer Frank Sinatra Jr. He was 72 and died of a heart attack while on tour with his Sinatra Sings Sinatra show.
Double Grammy-winner Corinne Bailey Rae has released 'Been To The Moon,' as the lead track from her forthcoming third album The Heart Speaks In Whispers.
Norah Jones has announced that she will perform at both the Newport Folk Festival and then the Newport Jazz Festival on consecutive weekends in July.
Take Me To The Alley is the new Gregory Porter album, to be released on 6 May on Blue Note.
Charlie Parker And Strings marked Bird’s first recording for Norman Granz’s Clef Records, at a session with Machito And His Orchestra.
Writer, conductor, arranger and musician Jack Feierman, who played in Count Basie's band and worked with Frank Sinatra and many others, has died at 91.
Trumpeter John Chilton, a longtime favourite on the British jazz scene as the leader of his band the Feetwarmers, died on Thursday (25 February) at 83.