One of the quiet men of the jazz guitar, Herb Ellis forged a career that took him throughout the rambunctious days of jazz to a very memorable stint in the Oscar Peterson Trio alongside Peterson and Ray Brown from 1953 until 1958, enjoying the controversial status of being the only white dude in t ... More >>
Not really Be-Bob GrabowskiEver wondered what Miles Davis might've sounded like if he'd hung out in Rio or spent time with his toes in the sand in La Habana? Well, you're guess is as good as mine or anyone else's, and since the man is dead, we'll probably never know. But the Gecko Jazz Proj ... More >>
via arturosandoval.comArturo Sandoval holds a revered place in the pantheon of Latin jazz. The Cuban trumpeter not only stands alongside the greatest musicians in the genre, but he is easily the most widely recognized. Throughout his career, Sandoval has earned four Grammy Awards, six Billboard Awar ... More >>
Theyre more than one-hit wonders.
Check them out Saturday night.
For Sergio Mendes, "Nada" was just the start of it all.
Enjoy the sweet sounds of the Nosso Trio
Tatoom ( Heads Up)
My Flame Burns Blue (Deutsche Grammophon)
Miami franchise clucks it up
The Girl from Ipanema takes a walk down Miami Beach
Weekend Jazz Saturday with Tracy Fields
Bebel Gilberto, Moreno Veloso, and Marcio Menescal charge up their musical heritage
The Don Wilner Quintet
Heather Davis and Rose Max tend to Brazilian jazz
"Departing Perspectives" and "Arte Actual"
Prison, exile, a Grammy -- it's all a day in the life of Brazilian singer Gilberto Gil
February 4 - 10, 1999
June 25 - July 1, 1998
May 21 - 27, 1998
May 7 - 13, 1998
Blue and sentimental he's not, but Sugar spills it like it is
Master Gibson covers the world with unbeatable percussion
There's a future, as well as a past, for this music. But sometimes words get in the way.