The best-selling pianist also hosts a jazz show on BBC Radio 2. He joins NPR’s Scott Simon to share new music from three European artists who merge classic sounds with electronic elements.
The baritone saxophonist has performed in some of the best big bands that ever were — including the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, which salutes their 25-year-veteran in concert.
The influential vibraphonist duets with Marian McPartland in a set of favorite standards, including his own “Flying Home.”
The orchestra that specializes in Balkan music talks about how they grew as a band.
For this week’s All Songs +1 podcast, Patrick Jarenwattananon swings by to discuss jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington and his new album, The Epic.
After a tour through the Upper Midwest, the trumpeter pays tribute to the Norwegian settlers’ arrival on the American plains with his new album, Midwest.
The longtime president of Blue Note Records, a lifelong jazz fan, signed artists such as Norah Jones, Joe Henderson and Robert Glasper. He died of complications due to Parkinson’s Disease. He was 79.