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Sponge, Wheatus, & Run DMC Members Team Up With 94.3 FM The Shark Morning Show Host For Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Initiative

The All-Star Artists Cover Steve Wonder’s Iconic Hit “I Just Called”; The Shark Host Unveils Never Alone Craft Beer 94.3 FM The Shark (WWSK Long Island) Morning Show Host Brian Orlando has dedicated his life to music and amplifying the importance of mental health. Through his #Choosesong initiative, which he launched last …

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Lara Solnicki’s Cinematic New Vocal Project “The One and the Other”

The Canadian composer, singer, and poet unveils a confident collection  of ‘tone poems’ – her own post-modern mix of jazz, free improvisation,  ‘contemporary’ classical, poetry, and film music elements.  The singer, composer, and poet Lara Solnicki is praised for her “boldly unique style” (All About Jazz). Solnicki’s third album, The One and …

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Award-Winning Singer-Songwriter Laura Cheadle Unveils Uplifting Video For Debut Single “Everybody Say” From Her Forthcoming Album Shine This Lifetime

Just In Time For Spring, The Traveler Guitar-Endorsed Artist Hopes The Song & Video Can “Take Listeners On A Journey Of Joy During Difficult Times” With Spring right around the corner and the promise of brighter days ahead, critically-acclaimed pop/soul singer-songwriter Laura Cheadle has released the radiant new video for “Everybody Say,” …

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Márcio Resende To Release His Third Album Elegant Fish Featuring Latin Grammy Award-Winning Acoustic Guitarist Toninho Horta

Brazilian tenor saxophonist Márcio Resende will release his third studio recording entitled Elegant Fish on February 26, 2021. The album features Márcio Resende (tenor saxophone); Hélio Alves (piano); Jorge Hélder (acoustic bass), and Marquinhos da Costa (drums), with special guests Sandro Albert (electric guitar), Toninho Horta (guitar), and Claudio Nucci …

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Artwork of the release "Petzold: Two Minuets from the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach", recording by pianist Juan Maria Solare
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Petzold: Two Minuets from the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. New recording by Juan María Solare (piano)

New Piano recording by Juan María Solare. “Petzold: Two Minuets from the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach”. Petzold’s Minuets have been wrongly attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach (because of their inclusion in Bach’s Notebook for Anna Magdalena). Ironically, that was one reason for their success.

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Saxophonist and composer David Detweiler’s “Astoria Suite” pensively reflects on the familiar with a new perspective brought by time and distance

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. – Familiar places and scenes can rekindle memories, revive friendships, and renew passions. For saxophonist and composer David Detweiler, returning to New York did this and more, as his time away from a place that he previously called home brought about fresh perspective. David Detweiler is …

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Saxophonist Joseph Herbst blends speech and song to highlight the intersectionality of environmental and social justice with This Is Our Environment

New York City, N.Y. – Joseph Herbst is a saxophonist and composer, but more than that, he is an activist who uses his artistry to speak up alongside the people, places, and causes whose voices are often overlooked. This Is Our Environment, Herbst’s debut album, uses this artistry to do …

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US National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) jointly fund Digital Archiving Jazz Project

By John Stevenson Funded by a joint grant from the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the US National Endowment for Humanities (NEH), Senior Lecturer at City, University of London Dr Tillman Weyde, is the UK lead on a project to develop AI for music information retrieval tools and …

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