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Musicians in town
10 February 2017

Lizz Wright


 “It would not be hyperbolic to describe Lizz Wright as an awesome talent “ The New York Times .


Jaimeo Brown - Transcendence / featuring Chris Sholar and Jaleel Shaw - A dialogue between art and history. Music that echoes protests and sounds like a call for freedom, bringing together elements from the blues, jazz, and hip hop. An anti-racist humanist manifesto. Historical recordings of workers in farms and prisons. Afro-futurism with "fire and love"…

18 November 2016

Madeleine Peyroux

“I listened to Billie Holiday a lot in order to learn to sing. She remains one of the extraordinary jazz singers. But my intent is to become my own voice, to be able to interpret these songs in my own way. “     Madeleine Peyroux

17 October 2016

Mississippi Heat


Straight out of Chicago, Mississippi Heat has been performing and recording pure vintage blues for more than two decades. TRADITIONAL BLUES WITH A UNIQUE SOUND. .

16 October 2016

Sara Gazarek


"Someday, Sara Gazarek is going to be respected as one of the best singers in jazz..." Bob Karlovits - Pittsburgh Tribune.
29 June 2016

Imany


Nadia Mladjao, better known by her stage name Imany (means 'Faith,' in Swahili), is an Afro-soul singer born in the French Comoros Islands.

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