Posts By: Kathleen Page

Concerted Efforts at APAP!

We will be at APAP in New York City this weekend! Please join us for our showcases: Friday, January 9, 2018 – City Winery 7pm Dori Freeman 8pm Dom Flemons 9pm Phoebe Hunt & The Gatherers 10pm Birds of Chicago Tickets/ Information: http://www.citywinery.com/newyork/tickets/birds-of-chicago-phoebe-hunt-the-gatherers-dori-freeman-dom-flemons-1-12.html Monday, January 12, 2018 – Joe’s Pub 7pm Lowland Hum 8pm Nellie McKay Read more

ELIANE ELIAS WINS LATIN GRAMMY

Eliane Elias’ critically acclaimed release Dance of Time (Concord) just won a Latin GRAMMY for Best Latin Jazz / Jazz Album. Recorded in Brazil, the release features Randy Brecker, Mike Mainieri, Mark Kibble, Amilton Godoy, Toquinho and João Bosco. The tune “Little Paradise” from the album now has over 2 million listens on Spotify and continues to grow. The Guardian raves “As Read more

BIRDS OF CHICAGO RELEASE ‘AMERICAN FLOWERS’ EP NOVEMBER 17 ON SIGNATURE SOUNDS

Birds of Chicago will release their new digital E.P. American Flowers, November 17th on Signature Sounds. Proceeds from American Flowers will benefit Chicago’s South Side based Teen Living Programs– a non-profit that builds community, hope and opportunity for youth who are homeless and at risk. The title track will be pre-released on November 7th along with pre-orders. Look for their full-length Read more | Listen to 'American Flowers'

Dori Freeman’s new album ‘Letters Never Read’ streaming on NPR First Listen

“The ease with which Freeman knits together sturdiness and sophistication is a revelation, and one that’s arrived right on time.” -NPR Letters Never Read comes out Friday October 20, 2017 Click here to stream Letters Never Read at NPR First Listen! For more info on Dori Freeman and upcoming tour dates, visit her Artist Page Read more | Stream 'Letters Never Read' at NPR First Listen

‘Gathering’ – The New Album from Josh Ritter- is out Today!

Josh Ritter’s new album Gathering is out today! “Josh Ritter remains at the top of his game two decades into a highlight-strewn career. He’d be forgiven for loosening his grip, but his hand has never felt surer.”  – NPR “Midway between the country, gospel and soul camps, with thickly stacked harmonies that evoke the Dead’s Read more | Listen to 'Gathering'

Eliane Elias Digs Deeply Into the Music of Brazil and Jazz

From Chicago Tribune: “The sounds of Brazil swept into Evanston on Friday evening, though imbued with the character of American jazz. Brazilian singer-pianist Eliane Elias has been intertwining [the sounds of Brazil with the character of American jazz. …the youthful enthusiasm and unabashed ebullience of her show … ran counter to what one might expect from an artist who has been Read more | Read the full review at Chicago Tribune