‘Miles Ahead’, the excellent newly released Miles Davis biopic, will stay with you long after you leave the movie theater.
Jazz in the classroom not only teaches children to play instruments; they may also learn a range of essential life skills.
If you love blues, classic rock, jazz, or modern pop, you owe a debt to West African stringed instruments. Here’s why.
When Kurt Ellenberger first arrived in Austria to study European jazz, he was impressed with socialized education; upon further inspection, Ellenberger finds some reason for skepticism.
Mr. Christian McBride, a five-time Grammy Award-winning jazz bassist, named 2016 Philadelphia Jazz Appreciation Month Honoree.
Jesse Kornbluth on ‘The Koln Concert’: A CD claimed to redefine jazz.
Teenagers always have someone they look up to, someone they wanna emulate, someone who inspires them.
Joe Peacock lost it all. It was good friends and good music that brought him back.
According to Howard Bankman, the best way to help at-risk kids is with healthy doses of golf, jazz and character.
Howard Bankhead lives by the motto, “Anything Positive is Possible” and he has lived that out for the past 12 years helping at-risk kids learn life lessons one swing at a time.
Henry Cherry had been an addict and a ne’er do well, but the music of Henry Grimes went beyond support, beyond the bass, beyond the beyond.
Jeremy Gross lost his job and found a new land within himself.
Feeling sadness is common, expressing it is another story. Brazilian Bossa Nova is here, happy to help.
Jazz singer Gregory Porter is selling out concerts from Vienna to Cape Town.
By trying to follow in his literary hero’s footsteps, Jarad Dewing learned that not all heroes are what they seem.
Music you don’t have on your iPod … yet. Steve Jaeger’s got bold taste in movies, and albums, too.