Category Archives: Romero Lubambo

New Singers, New Repertoire (DownBeat, Jan. 2019)

Kate Reid

My column from the January 2019 DownBeat reviews five female singers who may be unfamiliar to you (read it here). The best of them, including Kate Reid and Judith Lorick (above and below) are really worth hearing.

Judith Lorick

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Filed under Eric Reed, Fred Hersch, Gayle Kolb, Judith Lorick, Kate Reid, Larry Koonse, Lucia Jackson, Minyeshu, Paul Meyers, Romero Lubambo, Taylor Eigsti

Brazilian Supergroup Trio da Paz Celebrates 30 Years with Album, Grammy Nod (DownBeat)

Trio da Paz – Romero Lubambo, Nilson Matta and Duduka Da Fonseca – are celebrating 30 years as the best known trio in Brazilian jazz with the group’s first Grammy nomination, for their album “30.” Here’s my interview with them in DownBeat.

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Catching Up With Russell Malone

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Russell Malone shares wisdom from his 30-year career as a jazz guitarist in this piece I did for Jazz Times.

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Filed under Diana Krall, Jazz Times, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Romero Lubambo, Russell Malone, Willie Jones III