Thirty-Five National Music Artists Perform In Dallas first annual Riverfront Jazz Festival
DALLAS, March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Dallas’ first annual Riverfront Jazz Festival, presented and produced by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters (TBAAL), will host national music artists and highlight the city’s charm and unique, diverse culture on Labor Day Weekend, September 1-3, 2017 on three stages at the stately Horseshoe Park, 811 Pemberton Hill Road.
BLUE NOTE JAZZ FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 2017 LINEUP
Pat Metheny, Dr. John, Robert Glasper Experiment, The Isley Brothers, Laura Mvula, Kool & The Gang, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jacob Collier, Hiromi, Eddie Palmieri, Cassandra Wilson, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, McCoy Tyner, Incognito, Jean-Luc Ponty, Henry Butler, Terence Blanchard, The Hot Sardines, Dayme Arocena & More
Visit BlueNoteJazzFestival.com for a full schedule of events, as well as venue and ticket information. Additional events will be announced in the coming weeks.
ARTS FOR ART PRESENTS
Vision Fest 22:
On Memorial Day, May 29, 2017, Arts for Art officially opens Vision Festival 22 at historic Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village. This first night will honor Cooper-Moore for his Lifetime of Achievement. The renowned multi-instrumentalist, educator and raconteur Cooper-Moore, is an artist whose music has been informed by his own struggle for freedom and who personifies the ideals upheld by AFA.
2017 Annual Benefit Gala | Wednesday, June 14 at 7:30pm
We’re thrilled to announce our GRAMMY-winning gala lineup: vocalist Cecile McLorin Salvant and two of the most outstanding young pianists in jazz today, Aaron Diehl and Joey Alexander!
Our 2017 Annual Benefit Concert features three of the most exciting names in jazz sharing the stage for one night only: GRAMMY-winning vocalist Cecile McLorin Salvant with pianist Aaron Diehl, and three-time GRAMMY-nominated piano phenom, Joey Alexander.
17th Annual Soul Beach Music Festival Hosted by Aruba Announces Superstar Headliner Usher and The Roots
Memorial Day Weekend May 24-29, 2017
ORANJESTAD, Aruba, Dec. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Feel the breeze and ‘get caught’ up with the 17th Annual Soul Beach Music Festival hosted by Aruba, featuring multi-award winner and worldwide phenomenon Usher and prolific Grammy award-winning icons The Roots, set to deliver amped-up main stage concert performances sure to make spirits soar this Memorial Day weekend, May 24-29, 2017.
Jill Scott, LL Cool J, The Roots and more set for 2017 Jazz in the Gardens festival
The headliners and performers for the 12th annual Jazz in the Gardens music festival were announced Wednesday and the lineup includes a mix of jazz, r&b and hip-hop acts that have become a staple for the event. See Line-Up!
After 7 is wrapping up their 2016 Tour into 2017, including a holiday affair
The After 7 2016/2017 Tour is now winding down including a special holiday event. With a wealth of top 25 smooth R&B hits from the nineties and songs from their latest CD, Timeless, which cracked the Billboard 200 featuring their latest hits “I Want You” and “Let Me Know,” there are only three more opportunities left to witness Kevin Edmonds, Keith Mitchell and Melvin & & Jason Edmonds at their soulful best.
RAGING FYAH ANNOUNCES 2017 WORLD TOUR
SUPPORTING TRIBAL SEEDS IN U.S. AND UB40 IN EUROPE
BBC Radio 1 & 1xtra Nominate Band for Toddla T’s Freshman 2017
WATCH New Video “Dash Wata” Below!
Raging Fyah, who continue to make an impact in the recent roots reggae movement sweeping the musical mainstream, announce their 2017 tour plans. The five-piece band will hit the road with Tribal Seeds in the United States and head to Europe in May to support UB40 in support of their latest album Everlasting. Dates below and on www.ragingfyah.com
January 19 – 22, 2017
FROM: The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley
2033 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA, 98121
The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley welcomes sophisticated soul singer Will Downing for four nights and five shows touring in support of his latest release Black Pearls.