Jazz vocalist Jane Monheit is singing at The Outpost tonight. Read Mel Minter’s story about her here.
Dapp Theory and AJO explore ABQ jazz multiverse
How to Encounter Duke City Jazz, Pt. II
How to Encounter Duke City Jazz
A Master’s Voice
Jane Monheit brings “home” to Albuquerque
If voices could be bought and sold the way that, say, violins are, Jane Monheit’s instrument would likely command a pretty price. Few can match her silky, sensual sonority, which bathes the ears in pure acoustic pleasure. Makes you want to fill up an entire bathtub with that sound and take a full-body soak.
A “Nutcracker” Sweetened With Swing
Tchaikovsky faces off with Ellington
Expand Your Playlist
Dance, meditate, muse, romance, reflect and boogie
Anyone who thinks jazz is dead is obviously not on the email lists of music publicists. Press releases for new recordings swamp the inbox daily. Here’s a handful of recent local and national releases, culled from the flood, that deserve attention.
The Bird Is the Word
The Tierney Sutton Band finds the mystic in the Great American Songbook
Gender has nothing to do with cojones. Anybody can have them. Two-time Grammy-nominated vocalist Tierney Sutton has ’em. That’s how she explains her performance of “It’s Only a Paper Moon,” the opening track of her latest, excellent recording, Desire.