Emmet Cohen looks back to move forward

There are 100 years of jazz recordings, most available a click away. Emmet Cohen says he wants to make music that honors all of it. Cohen is two albums into his Masters Legacy Series. The first featured legendary drummer Jimmy Cobb, the second with bass icon Ron Carter. Future releases

Chad McCullough And Bram Weijters’ International Language

A quartet split between American and Belgian musicians, it’s strangely logical that trumpeter Chad McCullough and pianist Bram Weijters first met in Banff, Canada about a decade ago. It’s been a long-distance relationship made in heaven ever since. Both co-leaders say the collaborations have many side benefits beyond their music.

Jazzmeia Horn Takes Charge

I like to fantasize about using a time machine to catch early concerts by jazz legends of the past. Every once in a while, a young talent emerges that has me searching their crowd for curious time-traveling jazz fans from the future. Jazzmeia Horn is certainly worthy of such a

Celebrating George Cables Concert At Jazz Port Townsend

This week on Jazz Northwest, we feature the complete concert “Celebrating George Cables” from this year’s Jazz Port Townsend that took place during the last weekend in July.  Pianist George Cables has been a perennial favorite for many years at the festival, and also during the Jazz Workshop, the week preceding the