Kendrick Lamar has won the Pulitzer Prize for music, making history as the first non-classical or jazz artist to win the prestigious prize.
A dance party has erupted in the streets outside a courthouse in Philadelphia as the city’s district attorney says Meek Mill’s convictions should be vacated and he should have a new trial.
Cecil Taylor, the pianist whose music was an intentional sound of revolutionary freedom, died April 5 at his home in Brooklyn. He was 89.
April is Jazz Appreciation Month throughout the world, and the big celebration day is International Jazz Day. Held April 30 and implemented by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in 2011, it highlights jazz and the diplomatic role ...
Walking through the halls of public radio jazz station WBGO 88.3 FM, it’s not hard to figure out why the nearly 40-year-old station is a epicenter of the American music genre aiming to keep dedicated jazz aficionados pleased along with ...
Check out our special Jazz Appreciation Month digital section.
The iconic hip-hop group, Run-D.M.C. and the soul powerhouses, The Temptations, have been added to the Library of Congress, along with 25 other artists
It has been announced that Roc Nation, JAY-Z’s media company founded in 2008, will be investing in an anti-incarceration app called Promise.
The 2018 Uncharted Concert Series, now running through May 12, is one of those unique jazz experiences multilayered with an assortment of possibilities to be explored.
Angela Bassett, Joe Morton, Michelle Wilson, Common, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Greg Reid, Tariq Trotter and Pauletta Washington brought the words of Ta Nehisi Coates’ “Between the World and Me” to life at the famed Apollo Theater.
There are many ways to gain fame and fortune, and one way is to use your words, which is exactly what Roxanne Shanté did.
The Mama Foundation for the Arts proudly announces the brand-new production of their acclaimed musical, “Let the Music Play ... Gospel!”
St. Nick’s Pub had been a resounding jazz voice since its 1940 inception. It was known as Luckey’s Rendezvous, owned by Charles Luckeyeth Roberts, a pianist, composer and band leader.
Jazz lovers were in bebop heaven Sunday at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola, where the music’s avatar alto saxophonist Charles McPherson and his quintet delivered a staple of familiar tunes.
When it comes to expressing the sounds of jazz as it relates to the African Diaspora, no one is more capable than the pianist and composer Randy Weston.