After three solo rock albums, French blues and rock singer Manu Lanvin finally found his flow with the Devil Blues, a power trio that perfectly suits him.
In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Moonlight Benjamin, blends together Voodoo blues, Haitian rock and Creole roll.
Marion Williams, with backing from Tommy Brown (piano), Joe Washington (organ), Billy Tuliver (drums), and singers Barbara White and Ann Bolden, sings gospel songs and spirituals as if she has lived them a thousand times over.
A wide variety of international jazz musicians give a creative, up-close and inside insight into their art of playing jazz music. Young talent and established jazz musicians play to their heart's content.
An exploration of the musical universe of a new generation of New York artists. Of diverse origins and all having a unique history and background, these musicians gave birth to a new sound that still influences the music scene around the world.
France's Eurockéennes Festival, where Anderson.Paak performed with his band `The Free Nationals' in 2016, comes in the aftermath of his fourth groundbreaking album `Malibu'.
On the occasion of his 75th birthday in 2015, Courbois hit the road for the Pierre Courbois 75 Years Anniversary Tour.
Pomrad, an electronic producer from Antwerp, creates harmonious and colourful music blended with elements of jazz, house, dub, and trap.
FORQ performs at the Mondriaan Jazz Festival, 2017.
Ever since the Dutch singer Kim Hoorweg received her first record contract from Universal Music at the age of fourteen, her musical career took off and Hoorweg became a well-known name in the Netherlands jazz community. A number of famous artists: Candy Dulfer, Raul Midón, Metropol Orkest, or Gin...
In 1963, the small Belgian town of Comblain-la-Tour hosted an exciting line-up of both new and older jazz groups. Includes performances from British trombonist Charlie Galbraith's All Star Jazz Band, and German singer Knut Kiesewetter.
Scatter The Atoms That Remain are a jazz quartet consisting of drummer Franklin Kiermyer, saxophonist Jovan Alexandre, pianist Davis Whitfield, and bassist Otto Gardner. The group's music sounds like spiritual jazz, yet it is so much more.
Jimmy Smith shows why he is the uncontested king of the jazz organ in this concert filmed in Paris. He's joined in by his longtime guitarist Eddie McFadden and drummer Charlie Crosby.