Uptown: The Fat Babies' fourth album on the Denmark Records label, features the new, expanded, 8-piece version of the the band. The music is a mix of original music, written by members of the band, and classic jazz tunes by artists like King Oliver, Tiny Parham, The New Orleans
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AXPONA (Audio Expo North America) is the largest high-end audio show in North America. The three-day experience features multiple hotel floors packed with listening rooms, The Expo Hall featuring The Record Fair, a dedicated Ear Gear Expo, seminars and live musical performances.
"...a mesmerizing blend of restless rhythmic energy and sophisticated instrumental voicing, highlighted by dramatic shifts in tempo and dynamics", says Jazziz writer Mark Holston. VOLCANIC ACTIVITY Embracing a new adventure, Paquito D’Rivera teams up with an
Blues Reviews April/May 2019 Willie Buck "Willie Buck Way" Delmark CD www.delmark.com Born in 1937 in Houston, Mississippi, singer/songwriter Willie Buck arrived in Chicago as a teenager in 1953 smack-dab in the midst of the
All Blog PostsMy BlogAdd Chicagoan guitarist Dave Weld talks about JB Hutto, Abb Locke and his experience on the road with the blues Blues guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and bandleader Dave Weld born in Chicago in 1952. Dave was first influenced as a child when he
90 years young Jimmy Johnson just started recording his new CD at Delmark's Riverside studio! The CD includes several original compositions by Jimmy! Jimmy in action! (Photo by Paul Natkin) Delmark's Label & Studio Manager Steve Wagner, drummer Ernie Adams, JIMMY
Junior Wells “Snatch It Back and Hold It” is set for broadcast on “Black Lightning” (episode 213) Feb. 11, 9:00 pm (8:00 CST) on the CW Television Network! “Snatch It Back and Hold It” was released on Junior Wells' historical album "Hoodoo Man Blues", Delmark DE 612.
If you are a Delmark artist you will love to know that your work is being promoted on a whole new level. If you are a blues fan you will love to know about these releases!
If you are a jazz/blues fan, you will like these news, if you are a Delmark artist, you will like to now your CDs are being promoted at a whole new level! SOUL MESSAGE BAND, VOLCANO RADAR + PAQUITO D'RIVERA, FAREED HAQUE & KAIA STRING QUARTET, BLUES MASTER WILLIE
Traditional Blues Album The Blues Is Alive And Well, Buddy Guy The High Cost Of Low Living, Nick Moss Band Featuring Dennis Gruenling The Luckiest Man, Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters *Tribute to Carey Bell, Lurrie Bell & the Bell Dynasty Why Did You Have To
CD Review: Fareed Haque, New Latin American Music For Guitar And String Quartet By Hrayr Attarian Fareed Haque and Kaia String Quartet New Latin American Music For Guitar And String Quartet Fareed Haque - Guitar Victoria Moreira-
Willie Buck - Willie Buck Way Delmark DE 857 Willie Buck Way is the name of an honorary street named after Willie Buck in his hometown, Chicago AND it's the name of his new album on Delmark Records. Accompanied by Billy Flynn, Thaddeus Krolicki, guitars; Scott Dirks,
Following the success of The Sackville All Star Christmas Record, there was a resurgence of great jazz Christmas albums being produced. After playing on that record, Jim Galloway returns with his saxophone, while Jay McShann comprises the other half of Jim & Jay. The two
The Sackville All Star Christmas Record is a timeless record, comprised of a wonderful mix of traditional carols going back to the 1500s ("Silent Night", "Good King Wencelas" and "We Three Kings"), songs without religious connotation but still emblematic of the christmas season
If you’re looking for more Christmas songs to add to your rotation this year, the last song on Rockin’ Johnny’s most recent Delmark record, Grim Reaper, “Party This Christmas” is a great addition. Despite this albums morbid title, and Rockin’ Johnny’s reputation for sharp notes
"Delmark Records’ rebirth. It was only a matter of time before Delmark Records founder Bob Koester, 86, would need to decide what to do with the label he founded 65 years ago. Would he shut it, sell it, bequeath it or something else? And what would he do with its catalog,