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Available Now! NEA Jazz Master Bobby Hutcherson Returns with "Somewhere in the Night" on Kind of Blue Records


First Release in Three Years Continues Vibraphonist's

Partnership With Organist Joey DeFrancesco

Streaming Tracks From Somewhere In The Night

New York City is the jazz capital of the world and Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola in Jazz at Lincoln Center is one of the music's greatest venues. On October 10, 2009, over the course of two sold-out sets, legendary vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson recorded what would become Somewhere In The Night. The album, which is being released on Kind of Blue Records on October 16, also features the Joey DeFrancesco Trio -- guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Byron Landham as well as its organist namesake.

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New Music Series ~ Multi-Talented Emerging Artist Bria Skonberg To Make U.S. Debut With "So Is The Day" Available on April 10!



Bria SkonbergLess than two years ago, trumpeter-vocalist-composer-bandleader Bria Skonberg uprooted from Western Canada and arrived in New York City. Lured by the music and those who play it so well, the already-seasoned musician hoped to thrive and to learn in the jazz mecca.

The city landscape and abundance of clubs proved to be a stark contrast to the hobby farm Skonberg was raised on in Chilliwack, British Columbia, but the young musician dove in head-first, ready to make an impact with her unique, modern take on the traditional jazz and hot swing the scene was built on.

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FYI ~ Christian McBride's New Big Band Project "The Good Feeling" + 3 Exclusive Tracks!


Christian McBride Big Band - The Good FeelingChristian McBride's first foray into the world of big band composing and arranging dates back to 1995, when he was commissioned by Jazz At Lincoln Center to write Bluesin' in Alphabet City, featured on The Good Feeling and originally debuted by Wynton Marsalis & The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra.

Since that time he has composed a number of pieces for larger ensembles including The Movement Revisited, a five movement suite dedicated to four of the major figures of the civil rights movement: Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. At McBride's core is The Good Feeling, his first full-fledged big band recording, and it's presented in a truly impressive fashion. 

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