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Kurt Elling makes Café Carlyle debut, October 13-17

GRAMMY® AWARD-WINNER KURT ELLING MAKES CAFÉ CARLYLE DEBUT, OCTOBER 13-17 GRAMMY® Award-winning jazz vocalist Kurt Elling makes his Café Carlyle debut with Elling Swings Sinatra, October 13-17. The five-night run will pay homage to the legendary male vocalist in celebration of Sinatra’s centenary. Elling will lend his own voice to Sinatra’s vast repertoire with reinterpretations of classic …

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Chaye Alexander Presents – The Soul/Art & Soul – Saturdays 9PM to MIDNIGHT (Debuts 10/10/2015)

Listen Now 24/7  Follow Chaye Alexander’s Bio Chaye’s introduction to music dates back to her childhood with fond memories of Sunday afternoons spent enjoying the sounds of Petula Clark, Brook Benton, Dionne Warwick, and a host of other classic soul artists, with her mother. Raised in Brooklyn, NY, where …

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Composer/Guitarist John Schott Releases Actual Trio Album

Composer/Guitarist JOHN SCHOTT Celebrates the Recording Debut of His Band, Actual Trio “Schott, an awesome nationally-­acknowledged guitar whiz” – San Francisco Chronicle Release Date: September 18, 2015 (Tzadik #4011)  Composer: John Schott Performers: John Schott (electric guitar), Dan Seamans (double bass), and John Hanes (drums)   TRT: 44:35 Tracks: ERIA, Actual Theme, Egyptians, By Night’s End (Because …

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Brecker distinguished  himself as a first-call studio musician for the likes of James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Donald Fagen, et al. RandyPOP! highlights these recordings, but with a twist.

Randy Brecker’s RandyPOP! – A Live Recording Re-Imagining Brecker’s Seminal Contributions To The World Of Pop, Feat. Werner, Sanchez, Rogers, Patitucci, Smith

Randy Brecker turns 70 years old in November, a good reason to celebrate the soundtrack of his (and our) life. RandyPOP! brings into fine focus Brecker’s lasting service to pop music’s most noteworthy recordings. Beginning in the ’60s, Brecker distinguished himself as a first-call studio “cat” who could play any …

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