Updates from the Garden

We’ve already reported on the deaths of Manu Dibango, Sandy Anderson, and Wallace Roney, all due

Bill Withers, 7/4/38 – 3/30/20

Hello like beforeI’d never come hereIf I’d known that you were hereI must admit thoughThat’s it’s

Lindsey Webster – A Woman Like Me

When Anita Baker released “Rapture” in 1986, she started a whole new genre of so-called Quiet

R.I.P. Sandy Anderson, Wallace Roney

Ever wondered at that miraculous bass on Odyssey’s “Inside Out” from 1982? Sandy Anderson, member of

Live-Streaming Events with Chick Corea, Joe Lovano, Becca Stevens, Christian McBride, and More

It has become both pretty popular and very needed: Live-streaming events of artists performing in their

Alex Attias – Presents LillyGood Party!, Vol. 2

The best record to dance to and do your work out while staying at home is

What About Our Cherished Festivals?

Dire times indeed. Jazzahead in Bremen, due April 23rd to 26th, has been postponed to April

Kandace Springs – The Women Who Raised Me

Vocalist and pianist Kandace Springs has recorded twelve songs of her idols for her third project

Detroit Jazz Festival Announces Line-Up

So many concerts, shows, and festivals have been cancelled or at least postponed these days (that’s

Manu Dibango R.I.P.

Manu Dibango, saxophonist from Cameroon, best known for his 1972 worldwide hit “Soul Makossa”, has died