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Americana artist Juliana Riccardi has released her latest single, “Right On Time,” an inspiring country-folk tune about owning your choices and having the confidence to forge your own path. “Right On Time,” the first single in her forthcoming 2-song series, The Nashville Session, is available to stream and download on all digital platforms (available March 1st, 2023).

Don’t miss the chance to see acclaimed jazz guitarist Steve Cardenas and his formidable trio perform at Zinc on Monday, February 13. He will be joined by Ben Allison on bass and Allison Miller on drums.

Showtimes are at 7:00 pm & 8:30 pm. Tickets: $25 in advance / $30 day of show. For more info, visit https://www.zincjazz.com.

As we celebrate Black History Month, there is an opportunity for us to reflect on the indispensable contributions that African American musicians have made to the world of jazz. From the roots of blues and ragtime, to the swing era, bebop, and beyond, jazz has always been shaped by the talent, creativity, and vision of black artists. From Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington, to Ella Fitzgerald and Nina Simone, these artists have left an indelible mark on the world of music.

Temperatures dropped to single digits on Friday night in New York City, but those welcomed into Wesley Stace's Cabinet of Wonders were offered a warm respite from the blustery city.

Like any good folk songwriter before her, Ellie Turner hones in on the twists and turns of her journey—not so much her destination—to tell the collective story of her debut album, When The Trouble’s All Done. And Turner’s path has taken quite a few twists and turns. Originally from Dallas, Texas, Turner has always been creative, although her passion was initially channeled into visual art and design.

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell today announced the music lineups for all seven days of Jazz Fest and put single-day tickets on sale for the 2023 event scheduled for April 28 – 30 and May 4 – 7 at the Fair Grounds Race Course.

Today, Melbourne’s WILSN – real name Shannon Busch – releases her debut album, the masterful Those Days Are Over,  via Ivy League Records/Universal Music Australia (Rolling Blackouts C. F., Hatchie).

An exciting fusion of modern soul, pop, jazz and Motown, together with production that is simultaneously nostalgic and contemporary, WILSN's lived experience is poured into each song and delivered effortlessly through Busch’s jaw-dropping vocal performances.

Today, soulful singer, songwriter, musician, and activist Fantastic Negrito (neé Xavier Dphrepaulezz) has released his brand new album Grandfather Courage, a reimagined acoustic version of his acclaimed 2022 album White Jesus Black Problems. He shares, “The incredible story of my seventh generation grandparents was so profound. I reimagined it through the lenses of my touring band.

Quantum mechanics and country music don’t usually go hand-in-hand, but Jill Rogers and Crying Time aren’t your typical country music players.

On the heels of 2022’s hit single, “Small Town America,” Danny Roberts — best known as a founder of and mandolinist for bluegrass powerhouse, The Grascals — returns with a somber meditation that takes its place in a long line of powerful country and bluegrass songs reflecting the hard, dangerous working life of underground coal miners.  

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