Jazz

Jazz Chanteuse Angie Wells Releases Sophomore Album “Truth Be Told” Now Available Worldwide

By Jimmy Star | April 14, 2023

Angie Wells has recently released her sophomore album “Truth Be told” through Café Pacific Records. The album, produced by John Clayton, is a collection of original tunes and cover songs which speak to the truths of life. Angie Wells has a smoky voice that gives listeners goosebumps but then, just as quickly changes pace and…

Live Review: Daisy Jopling: “The Iridium” New York City January 13, 2023

By admin | January 24, 2023

an eloquence at its highest level

Don Cheadle To Portray Miles Davis

By Iman Lababedi | July 12, 2014

Anything involving my friend Karen Sundell , the VP of Entertainment for PR Firm Rogers And Cowan tends to be pretty awesome and that will include the “the crowd funding campaign for the Miles Davis film, entitled “Miles Ahead.” rock nyc interview subject Henry Rollins is a long time supporter and filmed this come on for the masses.

Blue Note Enterprises Invent The Jazz Upfront At The Highline Ballroom

By admin | May 10, 2014

Jazz was alive at noon at the High Line Ballroom. The entertainment was spectacular. Jonathan Batiste, Questlove of the Roots as DJ, and finally the Harlem Gospel Choir. But more important we were there to learn about what the Blue Note group was doing and how the Bensusan brothers and their love and passion for Jazz could help market our products

Billie Holiday: When Darkness Is Visible

By Iman Lababedi | March 21, 2014

With Billie she sends you into a free floating sort of vertiginous sinking to nowhere, like swimming in mud, but it is also a life raft, something real to cling to