Michael Bublé by:  Robert S. Harmon Christmas is an absolutely beautifully recorded and sung album by the velvety rat pack voice of Michael Buble. The arrangements are stellar featuring big band and full orchestra backings by some of the best Read more

We Are Water

Jocelyn Medina by:  Constance Tucker Jocelyn Medina is an accomplished and pedigreed vocalist who has studied opera at Stanford University, earned a Bachelor’s degree in professional music from Berklee College of Music and a Masters degree in Vocal Jazz Performance Read more

Mary Jenson

Mary Jenson, Beyond by:  Constance Tucker Mary Jenson comes from a background of diversity, which lends itself to the explorative side of jazz.  Growing up as military child, which afforded her the opportunity to live in several locations, along with Read more

Steve Lipman

Steve Lipman, There Is A Song In My Heart by:  Constance Tucker Swing is an American art form most commonly attributed to recording giants Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Mel Torme, Ella Fitzgerald and beyond.  In his biography it Read more

Tori Amos

Tori Amos, Night of Hunters by:  J.E. Barnes 2011 has been a troubling year for America and the West, but a good year for rock n’ roll and popular music, especially for older women artists. Marianne Faithfull released the critically-acclaimed Read more

Aimée Allen

Aimée Allen, Winters & Mays by:  Constance Tucker Dream, Allen’s debut into the national scene introduced the listener to Allen with a predominately jazz standards overview and Allen’s ability as an arranger was immediately evident.  Her second recording l’Inexplicable, released Read more