Black Violin to Embark on “The Black Violin Experience Tour”
US Tour Dates this February, March, and April
January 31, 2023: This February, the classical-meets-hip-hop duo Black Violin will embark on “The Black Violin Experience Tour” across the US. The tour follows their recent GRAMMY nomination for “The Message,” a collaboration with Blind Boys of Alabama.
Janet Jackson returns to the stage with the 2023 party entitled Together Again
One of the most respected artists of any genre and a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recipient hits the road again since the pandemic. Understandably, fans of Janet Jackson are already anticipating new songs and a remarkably long list of her greatest hits for the upcoming Together Again tour.
THE NEW EDITION 30-CITY “LEGACY TOUR” BRINGS BACK A NEW JACK SWING EXTRAVAGANZA WITH KEITH SWEAT, TEDDY RILEY, AARON HALL, AND DAMION HALL – THE ORIGINAL MEMBERS OF GUY – AND TANK
GENERAL ON-SALE DATE IS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16
NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Iconic Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum-selling R&B supergroup NEW EDITION closed out 2022 with the highly successful “The Culture Tour,” nominated as one of the Top R&B Tours in the country by Pollstar.
Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour–Celebrating 65 Years
Announces 25 Concerts in 12 States, January 17-April 23, 2023
MJF’s Sixth National All-Star Group Features Dee Dee Bridgewater, Kurt Elling,
Christian Sands, Lakecia Benjamin, Yasushi Nakamura, and Clarence Penn
Monterey, Calif.; The Monterey Jazz Festival (MJF) announces its sixth national tour in 2023, with 25 shows scheduled in January and April.
2023 NYC WINTER JAZZFEST
Celebrating 19 Seasons
January 12-18, 2023
Presenting The Full Spectrum of Jazz
We are thrilled to announce the Manhattan and Brooklyn Marathon schedules for the 19th annual NYC Winter Jazzfest! Additionally, we are announcing our Jazz Talks series of pre-show conversations and a series at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem on January 15 and 17.
Annual NEA Jazz Masters Concert Returns to Flushing Town Hall With “The Blues Feeling” on November 12
– In-person and virtual tickets now on sale at www.flushingtownhall.org –
(Flushing, New York)— On Saturday, November 12th, Flushing Town Hall will host the 16th annual NEA Jazz Masters concert “The Blues Feeling,” led by the acclaimed American jazz virtuoso Jimmy Owens.
BUNJI GARLIN, THE WOMACK SISTERS, ISHAWNA, MR. KILLA, & MORE TO PEFORM AT ANGELA YEE DAY
ANGELA YEE DAY BOASTS STAR STUDDED LINE UP FOR FREE CONCERT & SCHOOL SUPPLY GIVEAWAY IN BROOKLYN
AUGUST 23, 2022 – [New York, NY] Award-winning media personality and The Breakfast Club co-host Angela Yee, in partnership with iHeartMedia and The Social Justice Fund, will host the 4th annual Angela Yee Day celebration on Saturday, August 27th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.
THE FOUR ICONIC ACTS HAVE SOLD MORE THAN 150 MILLION ALBUMS COMBINED
THE MIXTAPE TOUR 2022 WILL TRAVEL TO 50+ CITIES IN ARENAS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA NEXT SUMMER
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today, multiplatinum selling pop super-group New Kids On The Block continues the party like nobody else can with the announcement of The MixTape Tour 2022, with their friends Salt-N-Pepa, Rick Astley and En Vogue as legendary special guests.
GRAMMY-Winning Drummer Lenny White to Perform at Flushing Town Hall on September 23
The jazz fusion drummer to present his own music and arrangements in his fall performance
(Flushing, New York)—On Friday, September 23rd, Flushing Town Hall presents GRAMMY-winning American jazz drummer and Queens native Lenny White & Friends for an exciting evening of jazz fusion at 8 PM EST. The performance will feature White’s original arrangements.
INAUGURAL JOHN COLTRANE JAZZ FESTIVAL COMES TO HARLEM
AS PART OF STATE SENATOR CORDELL CLEARE’S CELEBRATION:
‘FIRST JAZZ APPRECIATION DAY’ ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24
HARLEM, NY , September 17, 2022 – On Saturday, September 24, 2022, 1:00pm – 7:00 pm at Marcus Garvey Park | Richard Rodgers Amphitheatre, in Harlem, iconic saxophone players Bill Saxton, Alvin Flythe, Todd Herbert, Sweet Lee Odom, Patience Higgins, TK Blue and John S. Mannan join three rhythm sections to play the music of John Coltrane from the Miles Davis/Monk Era thru the Impulse Record years of Trane’s performances.