"I was there before reggae," says Monty Alexander, speaking of his native Jamaica, in a way that's perfectly balanced between humble admission and matter-of-fact declaration. "I was playing in the studios of Kingston Jamaica, with the masters of Jamaican music, The Skatalites, before they were The ... More >>
Celebrate 60 years of Candido Camero
At Silqui’s, soul food is not quite center stage
Figments of My Imagination self-released
Fruits and nuts frolic for the holidays
Chucho Valdes explores the intricacies of Afro-Cuban jazz with New Conceptions
Weekend Jazz Saturday with Tracy Fields
Jazz greats John Hicks and Eddie Henderson have no doubts about their vocation
Catch the Cotton Club, at the Lyric or Liberty City
China's Jazz Thing
"In the House of Swing"
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
Exotic sounds, imbued with heartache and romance
Hold on, Roomful of Blues is comin'
The Jazz in Film Festival
Dueling at the millennium
June 18 - 24, 1998
Jazz with Your Java
Saxman Eric Allison and band titan up in tribute to the Big Three
Ramsey Lewis still mines the pop world for hidden jazz grooves
Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington: If the music doesn't say it, it probably shouldn't be said
You can't keep a Goodman down, not even with allegations of tyranny and racism.
There's a future, as well as a past, for this music. But sometimes words get in the way.