_**Release Date: October 6th on Ubuntu Music**_ Paul Mottram’s latest work, ‘Seven Ages of Man,’ is set to be one of the most ambitious UK jazz or jazzrelated album releases this year, featuring acclaimed musicians Tim Garland, Jason Rebello, and Jonny Mansfield. Continue reading
Experience the mesmerizing sound of Kris Davis’ Diatom Ribbons – Live At The Village Vanguard, an album that showcases the Canadian pianist’s unique approach to jazz improvisation. With over 20 albums as leader or coleader, Kris Davis has become a highly soughtafter collaborator, working with jazz giants like Dave Holland, Bill Frisell, and John Zorn.… Continue reading
A saxophone trio album must possess a certain level of uniqueness to distinguish itself from the myriad of existing releases. The saxophonist, supported by only bass and drums, must showcase their skills while acknowledging the contributions of past masters. This Danish trio comprised of Jakob Dinesen (sax), Anders Christensen (bass), and Laust Sonne (drums) does… Continue reading
In a recent column of *Mondays With Morgan* at LondonJazz News, music journalist Morgan Enos had the opportunity to explore the life and career of legendary vibraphonist Terry Gibbs. With more than eight decades of experience, Gibbs has seen and participated in a significant portion of jazz history. Today, his final musical offering is the… Continue reading
Jonny Liebeck is a rare breed of musician, combining the skills of a church organist, classical pianist, jazz musician, accompanist, and DJ into one impressive package. With the upcoming release of his new album, ‘The Next Chapter,’ Jonny shares his journey through various musical styles and inspirations, from Bach to drum and bass. Continue reading
Guitarist Tom Ollendorff’s new album, _Open House_, his second solo release, leaves listeners craving more after the nine tracks come to an end. The album features a variety of original tunes, alongside bebop classics like “Bongo Beep” and “Airegin,” as well as the famous ballad “My Foolish Heart.” The band’s lineup includes Marc Michel on… Continue reading
!Uriel Herman Israeli pianist Uriel Herman is set to make his UK live debut soon with the release of his new album, “Different Eyes.” Herman’s unique jazz vision finds room for various musical influences, ranging from Bowie to Mozart, and has garnered a following across continents. Continue reading
“Once jazz is in your blood, you never escape,” says pianist, singer, and impresario Neal Richardson. With his second album, *The Maximalist*, released on Splash Point Records on 16th June 2023, Richardson brings an eclectic mix of reworked standards and his own thoughtprovoking compositions. Continue reading
Pianist, singer, and impresario Neal Richardson’s second album, The Maximalist, is set to be released on Splash Point Records on 16 June 2023. Born in Croydon in 1966, Richardson says that jazz is in his blood and he couldn’t imagine doing anything else. The Maximalist features a mix of reworked standards and original compositions. Continue reading
I’m Dr. Miles Beaumont from the charming town of York in the UK. I’ve spent over three decades as a medical doctor, helping people and contributing to important research. I graduated from Oxford University, and ever since, I’ve devoted myself to improving the health and lives of others.
When I’m not practicing medicine, you’ll find me soaking up the world of jazz music. It’s been a passion of mine since I turned 30, and I’ve been an active part of York’s jazz scene ever since. Whether it’s going to local gigs, listening to records at home, or just enjoying the rhythmic and improvisational magic of jazz, it’s a big part of who I am.
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