The delightful jazz singer Cyrille Aimée has some fascinating stories, including a few about her friend @Stephensondheim, whose songs she boldly and brilliantly reinvents on her recent album, “Move On – A Sondheim Adventure.” Here is my December JazzTimes cover story on her.
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“Cyrille Aimee is Moving On” (Jazz Times, December 2019)
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Jonathan Kreisberg – “The Underdog” (Jazz Times)
Guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg has slowly amassed an international following, especially in Europe, where he frequently plays packed clubs and jazz festivals. Highly rated by his peers and critics—seven previous albums have earned rave reviews—Kreisberg has mostly flown under the radar. “I realized long ago that I was never going to be a ‘golden child,’” he says. “I’m quite comfortable with the ‘underdog’ moniker. I think I like it.” My profile of him in the June 2015 Jazz Times.
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Hot Jazz and Swing is Still a Thing in the 21st Century
There’s a revival of hot jazz and swing from the 20s and 30s going on in New York, where a 14-hour marathon of vintage music at the historic Players Club in Gramercy Park was sold out two weeks in advance. My report in Jazz Times.
Luciana Souza and Romero Lubambo at NYC’s Jazz Standard – my review in Jazz Times
RT @jazztimes: Luciana Souza and Romero Lubambo at NYC’s Jazz Standard – my review in Jazz Times http://t.co/vtHYR0b4
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