From The Critic’s Desk: A Preview Of 2017 In Jazz

Jazz critic Nate Chinen and Jazz Night In America‘s Christian McBride discuss a few of this year’s hotly anticipated albums, including new work by Miguel Zenón and Kevin Eubanks.

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Acid Jazz, January 28, 2017

Tony Adamo has been described as a beatnik who arrived 60 years late, but if you ask him, he’s just a soulful storyteller who describes his environment. Adamo celebrates urban life and the jazz masters with “hip-speak” over intense rhythms.

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Acid Jazz, January 21, 2017

Sergio Mendes is arguably the most influential Brazilian musician of our time. Mendes has been responsible for bringing the distinctive rhythms of Rio to our shores since his massive pop hits with Brasil ’66, including “The Look of Love,” “Fool On the Hi

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