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
Portland’s 37th Annual Cathedral Park Free Jazz Festival Announces Performance Schedule and Lineup for July 14-16, 2017
Jazz, blues, R&B and soul performances for three days Friday, July 14, Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16, held in Cathedral Park under the historic St Johns Bridge
PORTLAND, Ore. – June 22, 2017 – PRLog — The Jazz Society of Oregon’s Cathedral Park Jazz Festival [CPJF] has finalized its lineup and schedule of jazz, blues, R&B and soul performances for all three days of this year’s free event, Friday, July 14, Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16, held in Cathedral Park under the historic St Johns Bridge in Portland.
Ciara’s Second Leg Of The North American ‘Jackie Tour’ Moving To Spring 2016
Date and Cities Announced
A Special announcement of a project that will coincide with the tour is coming soon
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The next leg of Ciara’s North American Jackie Tour, sponsored by TOPSHOP, is moving to Spring 2016. List of new dates follow.
Charles Lloyd (left) and Ravi Coltrane
2016 Lineup Set For Biamp PDX Jazz Festival
John Coltrane @ 90 Celebrates 13th Annual Gathering of Living Legends,
NEA Jazz Masters, Established and Emerging Artists
Headliners Ravi Coltrane, Charles Lloyd, Dianne Reeves
Compliment Tributes to Alice Coltrane, Elvin Jones,
Freddie Hubbard, Wes Montgomery, Joni Mitchell
The 13th Annual Biamp PDX Jazz Festival is set to commence Thursday, February 18 through Sunday, February 28 with 30 featured concerts at venues throughout the Portland metro region. Tickets exclusively available to PDX Jazz members beginning October 4, and to the general public November 2.
Keb’ Mo’ Rides BLUESAmericana Success Into North American Summer Tour, Launching June 18
PRLog – June 8, 2015 – (Nashville, Tenn. – June 8, 2015) – It’s been a diverse and award-winning year for singer, songwriter, guitarist and modern day Blues and Americana artist Keb’ Mo’. Though he is a multiple GRAMMY award-winning artist, his latest acclaimed album, BLUESAmericana, on Kind of Blue Music, accomplished a career first; three GRAMMY nominations and the honor of being awarded the Blues Music Association’s Best Contemporary Blues Album of 2015. The honor marked his 11th Blues Music Award, however, it was his first in 13 years.
ETANA ANNOUNCES U.S. TOUR IN SUPPORT OF LATEST ALBUM I RISE
Following Her Recent Initiative to “Stop Ebola and Build For the Future”
The Jamaican Reggae Singer Joins Hawaiian Songstress Anuhea on June Dates
On the heels of Etana‘s United Nations’ performance and the release of her “Better Tomorrow” single for the “Stop Ebola and Build For the Future” campaign, the reggae singer announces her Spring 2015 U.S. tour. The run kicks off in NYC on April 25 and covers the Midwest and West. For the June portion of her tour, Etana joins forces with Hawaiian songstress Anuhea for a one of a kind musical experience starring reggae’s top female solo acts of this generation. See full schedule below.
Headline Artists Announced For Portland Jazz Festival
Presented by Alaska Airlines – February 18 through March 1, 2015
Tributes to Frank Sinatra @ 100, Ray Charles, Laura Nyro,
Michel Legrand, Abbey Lincoln, Jim Hall, Motown and Chi-Town
Plus Rare Performances by NEA Jazz Masters
Ron Carter, Lou Donaldson, Lee Konitz and Sheila Jordan
Brazil Sensation Bebel Gilberto to Open Festival
Blues Prodigy Lucky Peterson Set For Aladdin Theatre Finale
The 12th Annual Portland Jazz Festival Presented by Alaska Airlines is set to commence Wednesday, February 18 through Sunday, March 1 with a record number of 30 headline concerts at venues throughout the Portland metro region. The festival was co-founded in 2004 with Travel Portland to establish a cultural tourism initiative in the metro Portland area, and to celebrate Black History Month through education and outreach programming.