Sunfest, the annual multi-day festival of music, art, and food with a water view, starts today along Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. The festival, which runs through May 6th, has some killer musical acts on this year's roster including Pitbull, Creed, Herbie Hancock, and the All-American Rejects. ... More >>
The White House Setting up for the State DinnerLast night, President and Mrs. Obama hosted an official state dinner for President Hu of The People's Republic of China. 225 guests attended the dinner, held in The White House. Of those guests, only 20 were actually in the same r ... More >>
Branford Marsalis on life with Leno, Sting, and a decade-old quartet.
On the current southern tour of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, the 16-piece band is focusing on the 70th anniversary of the original Blue Note records. The New York-based label founded by Alfred Lion and Max Margulis in 1939 that became seminal for musicians like Thelonious Monk, John ... More >>
Hip-hop duo Jabrjaw and Dee Dubbs Resurface
Celebrating the legacy of an ace bassist and hometown hero
Miles' misunderstood masterwork versus the world
Jaco's kids grow up. Someday, they'll get discovered. Last chance in a small venue. Your call.
Why can't family, friends, and fans of the world's greatest bass player get along?
Trouble: The Music of Bob Dylan (Tzadik)
Jamie Cullum's jazz-pop is a healthy mix of musical strains.
School's In! (BHM)
Mike Clark's Prescription Trio
Theme for a Broken Soul (Stones Throw)
Voting on Robert Walter's funky legislation
Robert Walter keeps the jazz-funk flame burning
A potable trend hits the burbs, with mixed (and shaken, and stirred) results
Nicholas Payton is making a modern jazz name for himself -- at his leisure
Schoolhouse Funk: Stage Bands, Lab Bands, and a Toast to the Boogie! (Cali-Tex)
November 13 - 19, 1997