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Ronnie Scott's in London

Yoshi's Jazz Club in San Francisco



The Recording Academy Statement re: Horace Silver 


Neil Portnow, president of The Recording Academy, Horace Silver and Dan Carlin, chairman of The Recording Academy. Silver, along with Benny Golson and Jon Hendricks, was honored at the GRAMMY Salute to Jazz on Feb. 8, 2005. Photo Courtesy of The Recording Academy®/Wireimage.com © 2005. Photographed by: R. Diamond


Jazz pianist, composer and bandleader Horace Silver was one of the most popular and influential jazz musicians of the ’50s and ’60s. Widely regarded as the creator of the hard bop sound — a combination of R&B, gospel, and his unique piano style — he performed with some of the biggest names in jazz, including Stan Getz, Miles Davis, and Art Blakey, the latter with whom he founded the legendary Jazz Messengers.

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Top 50+ Jazz Albums for the week of 16 June 2014 [JazzWeek]

Here are the top 50 Jazz albums that received the most airplay on US, Canadian and internet radio stations from the previous week! Which artists are you listening to these days?  Let me know on Twitter or Facebook.

For your viewing pleasure this week, vocalist, bassist and composer Mimi Jones shares with us the story behind her latest release, Balance ~ Enjoy!



  1. ERIC ALEXANDER Chicago Fire (HighNote)
  2. MONTY ALEXANDER Harlem-Kingston Express Vol 2: The River Rolls On (Motema)
  3. LOUIS HAYES Return Of The Jazz Communicators (Smoke Sessions)
  4. JC STYLLES Blakey Grease (American Showplace Music)
  5. DAVID HAZELTINE For All We Know (Smoke Sessions)

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Para Ti - A Benefit Concert for Dave Valentin on 1st July 2014! 

A once-in-a-lifetime evening to benefit one of the world’s premier jazz flutists, who has not been able to perform as of late because of health issues. Join an internationally-acclaimed array of Latin jazz artists for an unforgettable evening in support of the Bronx’s own legendary pied piper who generously donated his talents to so many community organizations and causes as a citizen-artist. Now, this concert is for him.

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EoJ Tip ☛ Saxophonist Melissa Aldana & Crash Trio's Eponymous Debut from Concord Music Group! 

#MusicMonday for ya!


When I first heard Aldana play, her virtuosity was impressive, but what really blew me away was the maturity of her sound. It manifests through clean, nuanced phrasing reminiscent of her early idol, Sonny Rollins. --  NPR's Alex W. Rodriguez

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