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Norah Jones just teased a possible album with the release of another song called 'It Was You.' The track serves as a follow-up to her June release, 'My Heart Is Full.'
The Montreal International Jazz Festival has announced that the remaining shows of the controversial 'Slav' live stage production have been canceled. The show received intense criticism for casting white actors as slaves.
Bruce Springsteen made a surprise performance at the opening of the Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park in his hometown of New Jersey. The Boss performed with Danny Clinch's The Tangiers Blues Band.
John Coltrane's family recently discovered his lost album. They reached out to the saxophonist's former record label, Impulse Records, and the album is set for release on June 29.
Jeff Goldblum was spotted by Decca Records after performing piano for Gregory Porter at a television show last year. The renowned movie actor also fronts a jazz band called The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra.
Huey Lewis revealed in a recent post on his website that he is suffering from Meniere's, a disease of the inner ear that causes dizziness and temporary loss of hearing. He canceled all scheduled performances for 2018 to recover.
Jazz icon Cecil Taylor passed away on Thursday, April 5, in Brooklyn due to unknown circumstances. The avant-garde pianist, known for his hour-long uninterrupted performances, was regarded as the pioneer of free jazz.
Denise LaSalle died at a hospital surrounded by family. The 'Queen of the Blues' suffered health issues in the recent months before her death.
James Blake earned compliments from fans for his melancholic version of Don McLean's 'Vincent.' McLean himself also praised the musician for his extraordinary cover and talent.
Taylor Swift knows how to keep the ball rolling as she releases yet another single from her upcoming album "Reputation" which is due in November. "Ready For It" is once again giving out a message and it is blowing the minds out of her fans on the ...
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