Bassist, singer and composer Esperanza Spalding will be in the recording studio for 77 hours, conjuring her next album out of thin air. We’ll be watching closely — and so can you.
For a long stretch of his early performing career, vibraphonist Gary Burton was always the youngest man on the bandstand. A child prodigy from Indiana, and then an onrushing force on the scene, he apprenticed with the great Nashville guitarist Hank Garland before going on tour with pianist George Shearing, followed by tenor saxophonist Stan […]
Spalding will spend 77 hours creating her new album, “Exposure,” and the entire session will be streamed for fans to see.
Aided by producer Joe Henry, the jazz and gospel singer strikes a balance between ecstasy and empathy on her sixth album.