Daryl Hall & John Oates Finalize
2021 Tour Dates
Special Guests Squeeze And KT Tunstall To Support
Tickets On-Sale Now at LiveNation.com
(New York, NY – June 24, 2021): On February 28, 2020, Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Daryl Hall & John Oates were looking ahead to a busy year. That evening they would play a sold out show at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, with a massive nationwide spring and summer tour set to launch the following month.
TLC Announce Dates For 2021 Tour In Celebration Of ‘CrazySexyCool’
90s THEMED SHOWS TO COMMEMORATE ICONIC RELEASE
TOUR KICKS OFF ON SEPTEMBER 3RD WITH BONE THUGS N’ HARMONY PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS
NEW YORK, June 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The best-selling American female group of all time – TLC announce their 2021 ‘Celebration of CrazySexyCool’ National Tour beginning September 3rd in Alabama.
JAZZ IN THE VALLEY RETURNS
to POUGHKEEPSIE’S WARYAS PARK SUNDAY, AUGUST 15,
featuring JAVON JACKSON QUARTET, THE CURTIS BROTHERS, LAKECIA BENJAMIN,
JULIUS RODRIGUEZ and SAMARA JOY
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY, June 22, 2021 – Jazz in the Valley (JITV) returns Sunday, August 15, 2021, noon to 6:00 pm, with a celebration of Legacy, History and the Future of Jazz.
ROCK & SOUL DYNAMO BETTE SMITH
HITS THE ROAD THIS SUMMER
DATES INCLUDE SHOWS WITH KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD AND THE DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS
The powerhouse Brooklyn-based songstress will be out in support of her highly lauded recent album, The Good, the Bad, and the Bette
NEW YORK, N.Y. — Bette Smith garnered great praise when her album The Good, the Bad, and the Bette was released in the fall of 2020.
JAZZMOBILE’S SUMMERFEST 2021
NEW YORK CITY’S LONGEST RUNNING (MOBILE) JAZZ CONCERT SERIES
RETURNS JULY 7
DEDICATED TO CO-FOUNDER DR. BILLY TAYLOR IN HONOR OF HIS 100th BIRTHDAY
HARLEM, NY – June 7, 2021 – As New York and city parks begin to open up for concerts and other special events with live audiences, Jazzmobile’s 57th SUMMERFEST 2021 premieres on stages around New York City beginning July 7 with concerts featuring a diverse roster of jazz icons and emerging artists.
SHEMEKIA COPELAND, JERRON PAXTON, AND DAMIEN SNEED
AMONG HEADLINERS OF
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER’S
VIRTUAL “ROOTED IN THE BLUES” FESTIVAL
New York, NY (January 12, 2021) Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Virtual “Rooted in The Blues” Festival will feature blues, jazz, and gospel musicians including Shemekia Copeland, Jerron Paxton, and Damien Sneed honoring the blues—the foundation of American music—live from Dizzy’s Club.
JOIN DAZZLING JAZZ PIANIST/COMPOSER HIROMI
FOR A SPECIAL LIVE STREAM SOLO CONCERT:
“BLUE NOTE NEW YORK NEW YEAR’S EVE COUNTDOWN”
Benefit concert to stream live on Thursday, December 31st at 11 PM EST. Tickets available for $20 by CLICKING HERE
For Immediate Release – In addition to performing her series of holiday shows at Blue Note Tokyo, Japanese jazz pianist/composer Hiromi has announced a special benefit concert for Blue Note New York.
THE JAZZ FOUNDATION OF AMERICA CELEBRATES
CHARLIE PARKER ON DECEMBER 10 WITH ALL-STAR STREAMING FUNDRAISER “BIRD CALLS”
Proceeds Will Support the JFA’s COVID-19 Musicians’ Emergency Fund
The Jazz Foundation of America will continue its fundraising efforts on behalf of musicians affected by the pandemic with “BIRD CALLS,” on Thursday, December 10th, a livestream celebrating the centennial of saxophonist, composer, and legendary musical innovator Charlie “Yardbird” Parker.
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER TO BROADCAST
ELLA: FOREVER THE FIRST LADY OF SONG CONCERT SPECIAL
FEATURING THE JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA WITH WYNTON MARSALIS, HOST HARRY CONNICK, JR., AND SPECIAL GUESTS RENÉE FLEMING, ROBERTA GAMBARINI, DIANA KRALL, MARILYN MAYE, AUDRA MCDONALD, CÉCILE MCLORIN SALVANT IN DUO PERFORMANCE WITH SULLIVAN FORTNER, CAMILLE THURMAN, AND KENNY WASHINGTON
New York, NY (October 19, 2020) Jazz at Lincoln Center will broadcast one of its most popular concerts, Ella: Forever the First Lady of Song, online on Saturday, November 14 at 7:00p.m. EDT.
JAZZ FOR AMERICA
A Virtual Jazz Concert
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Special Appearance by Doug Emhoff
Christian McBride | Joe Lovano
Ravi Coltrane | John Scofield
Jazzmeia Horn | Jeff “Tain” Watts
Fred Hersch | Brandee Younger
Miguel Zenon | John Patitucci
Aaron Goldberg | Sean Jones