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“I’ve always sung I’ve always loved Jazz Amy Winehouse Four years after her untimely death, Amy Winehouse is remembered with Amy, a two-hour documentary which has arrived in British theatres, and will receive a U.S. release in the summer of 2015. The BAFTA award-winning director Asif Kapadia releases AMY to the world and tells the incredible story of six-time Grammy-winner …

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New Music: Lianne Le Havas is Unstoppable!

IM ON TELLY! Lianne La Havas Twitter Song of the Week Check out the New single and the brand new video for Unstoppable is here! ‘Unstoppable’ from the forthcoming album ‘Blood’.’Unstoppable’ is also listed as BBC Radio 1’s Track of the Day. After receiving rave reviews for her debut Album Is Your Love Big Enough? La Havas gives her fan’s …

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New Music: Cassandra Wilson – ‘Coming Forth by Day’

“A dream of mine is happening, “I’ve been in love with Billie Holiday’s voice since the moment I heard it, and she has inspired me throughout my career.” – Cassandra Wilson With a career that has seen a prolific body of work in both Jazz and Blues Blue Skies 1988 and New Moon Daughter 1996 which won her a Grammy …

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News: Celebrating 25 years of the Jazz Cafe

25 years of The Jazz Cafe: Celebration Acts Announced. London’s Jazz Cafe has announced the names of the acts performing as part of their 25th Anniversary. An Iconic part of London’s live music scene for the past two and half decades, the venue has played host to a number of huge names and this year they are pulling out all …

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Music News: Snarky Puppy announce UK Tour Dates

Snarky Puppy is a mighty sound and in full flow they can punch holes through the big band, R&B and jazz fusion genres.” London Jazz After storming the EFG London Jazz Festival and selling out the Roundhouse, the long-awaited Snarky Puppy UK tour is here. Featuring music from their last album ‘We Like It Here’ along with new material from …

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News: Chick Corea & Herbie Hancock at the Barbican

“Music happens to be an art form that transcends language – Herbie Hancock For more than half a century, Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea have been blazing their own paths of artistic innovation at the keyboard. From the great Miles Davis bands of the 1960s, to the stadium-filling, genre-shattering Head-hunters and Return to Forever of the ’70s, to the unparalleled, …

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