Aug 26 2016

NYC Historical Jazz Club Map

Jon DeLucia has put together an interesting Google Map collection for those NYC Jazz History Buffs. It shows the locations (sometimes approximate) of gone and perhaps mostly forgotten jazz clubs around the city. Check it out!

Jul 24 2016

RIP Charles Davis

davis1We are saddened to learn that baritone (and lately tenor) saxophonist great Charles Davis passed away on July 15th 2016.

Jul 12 2016

Tim Stocker’s new YouTube lesson series

Baritone Saxophonist, Tim Stocker (currently residing in Singapore) has a new website and a new lesson series he is just starting up on YouTube. He includes some great daily exercises and tips for the baritone. Check out the first video below!

May 19 2016

Eden Bareket releases a trio album

edenbareketEden Bareket  has released a new album titled “Choice”. It features his trio (baritone, drums, bass) on the Fresh Sound label. Its full of original music and is a great listen. A bit about Eden:

Although a relative newcomer to New York’s scene, the Argentina-born Israeli baritone saxophonist Eden Bareket quickly gained notice and esteem as an in-demand Sideman. Indeed Bareket’s collaborative projects show an eclectic streak, as is horn playing ranges from modern classic Eyal Vilner Big-Band, to the adventurous Ari Hoenig Nonet, to even the Ethiopian jazz inspired grooves of Anbessa Orchestra. As his star has continued to rise, Bareket has also woven these disparate musical strands together in his own leader project , a trio featuring bassist Or Bareket and drummer Felix Lecaros. This notably minimalist and unfussy instrumentation is utilized to the group’s advantage as the trio unveils a set of sparsely funky, often dark-hued to grooves, all while stretching out their positions into very open territory.” – Hot House Jazz Guide

Check out his website, or get the album here!

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