Silveroot, Big Difference Reviewed By: Constance Tucker I had previously reviewed the freshman release by Silveroot Full Measure and was truly refreshed with the wonderfully uplifting sound the CD offered. Silveroot has certainly measured up and surpassed the last recorder Read more

Roger Cairns

Roger Cairns, Let’s… Reviewed By: Isabella Point With entertainment seeded in Roger Cairns probably from birth, it was a journey to get to jazz with many roads leading along the way, but all adding up to a versed, seasoned performer. Read more

Roberta Duchak

Roberta Duchak, Intersections Reviewed By: Constance Tucker Roberta made her Broadway debut in the musical “Ragtime.” Her National tour credits include playing the “Ghost of Christmas Past” opposite Richard Chamberlain in “Scrooge,” Hal Prince’s “Showboat” (Magnolia & Ellie), “Ragtime” (Mother), Read more

Ray Charles

Ray Charles, The Very Best of Ray Charles Reviewed By: -Tammy La Gorce Hard as it is to go wrong when shopping for a Brother Ray package, some career-spanning compilations bundle the decades better than others. Count this one, true Read more

Neil Young

Neil Young, Living With War Reviewed By: David Cooper The Canadian music hall of famer and former member of Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young is responsible for hits like Southern Man, Heart of Gold and Harvest Moon. Read more

Nancy Osborne

Nancy Osborne, Hot Swing, Cool Jazz Reviewed By: Constance Tucker Hot, Hot, Hot, Cool, Cool, Cool and Swing, Swing Swing…Nancy Osborne has the right ingredients that add up to spicy textures, on target pitch and just pure fun. So many Read more


Legends – Live at Montreux Reviewed By: Sam Graham The opportunity to hear Eric Clapton stretch out in an unusual (for him) setting and in the company of musicians the likes of which he rarely plays with is the principal Read more

Lisa Maxwell

Lisa Maxwell, Return to Jazz Standards Reviewed By:  Steven Harband Return to Jazz Standards is a light airy offering that takes you to a place of feeling at home. A befitting opening to the disc is Cole Porter’s classic, “You’d Read more