Bass players, the second-class citizens of bands, have been stepping to the fore with some great records lately.
After a half century of presenting traditional jazz, the PHJB has released its first album of all original music, proudly maintaining its heritage while simultaneously showing there can be somethin
What expectations you have for David Yow should be completely ignored.
Imagine a pillowcase full of sand, within which some cruel individual has hidden more than a few Jolly Ranchers and Tootsie Rolls.
The buzz on trumpeter Terence Blanchard’s new album is almost deafening, and rightly so.
That the term “muscular” can be applied to any release by Sigur Rós reveals a profound shift in their musical lexicon.
After releasing her previous album, 2010’s acclaimed Big Lonesome, which paid tribute to her friendship with the late, great Louisville singer-songwriter Tim Krekel, legendary Na
For locally based Cheyenne Mize, her travels with music over the past decade are starting to pay off.