As creative musicians push back the frontiers of what’s possible, audiences generally follow.
Glancing at the album titles in the band’s 20-year discography, you might think the big Belgian jazz band is not only a bit weird, but also twisted.
The piano prodigy left her hometown just over three decades ago, moving into the big leagues of jazz.
In his world, faith is an inner certainty but not a missionary impulse.
Three of North America's most distinctive song stylists have created a record about friendships lost, found, and insufficient.
If she cared about money, she could very easily have become England's answer to Norah JOnes.
They're taking two steps forward and one look back.
Touring behind its third studio album, Let Me Get By, Tedeschi Trucks may deliver a more soulful, R&B vibe than ever before.
The long-time session player cites the late German composer, Karlheinz Stockhausen, as both an inspiration and a cautionary example.
Taking a staycation in June suddenly makes a lot of sense.