Jazz

Jazz Legend David Sanborn Tribute

One of the most popular and versatile jazz saxophone players of the last six decades, David Sanborn will be greatly missed. David Sanborn was...

Kathy Kosins: An Uncovered Soul

It is that intersection of jazz and soul that defines native Detroiter Kathy Kosins’ unique sound. She is a multi-award-winning vocalist that has maintained...

Jazz, Blues & Alternate Views – Part 5

Leo Lyons/Hundred Seventy Split “Movin’ On” Flatiron Recordings Leo Lyons is a living legend. The bassist/producer/songwriter first gained fame in the ‘60s with the British band Ten...

Favorite Jazz Albums

I have enjoyed jazz music since my high school and college years, having amassed a large collection of jazz recording. My parents would play...

Robert Jr Whitall Event

Robert Jr Whitall is the publisher of Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine, based in Royal Oak, Michigan. He is also an artist and...

Jazz, Blues & Alternate Views – Part 4

Feature Image - Soft Machine Other Doors, album Moonjune Records British progressive jazz-rock band Soft Machine has been at the forefront of the fusion music movement since...

Favorite Nancy Wilson

Like many men in America, I grew up carrying a torch for the sensuous voice of jazz and blues singer Nancy Wilson (1937-2018). Ranked...

Jazz Meets Sondheim – Part One

Stephen Sondheim, born1930, deceased in November 2021 at age 91, he will surely be missed by those who love music, art, theater, and those...

Jazz At Massey Hall Album

What Down Beat Magazine calls “the greatest jazz concert ever”, performed by a quintet of legendary all stars. On May 15, 1953 the quintet...

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