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Updates & News on Brian O'Neal

Pianist Brian O'Neal is most definitely "Changing the World One Ear at a Time." 2009 has thus far brought forth many great accomplishments and opportunities for this independent artist.



Check out his new releases: Room to Breathe (Playing on the Weather Channel the month of July), Dreams In Color (featuring Werner from Germany), Island Sun (featuring saxman Rod Tate), or Romantic You (featuring Latitia from France), this is a glimpse of what's to come on the release of his 4th solo… Continue

Added by Kelly Adolph on July 27, 2009 at 4:10pm — No Comments

Alexander Shulgin's "Triptych" Leverages NING Platform

In anticipation of the digital release of jazz compilation "Triptych. Shulgin's Songbook" by The Orchard, MusicDish Network announced the launch of Alexander Shulgin pages on several jazz social media sites on the NING platform. The profiles feature tracks from all three of the compilation's albums as well as videos, updates on Shulgin's music and sign-up to his newsletter.

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Added by Alexander Shulgin on May 7, 2009 at 4:11pm — No Comments

IN THE SPOTLIGHT!!

Check out the JAZZ NETWORK homepage--we are one of the spotlighted artists! Thanks to Jaijai for providing such a wonderful service to all of us here on the NETWORK!

Added by Musique Noire on November 9, 2008 at 5:55pm — No Comments

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First Listen: 'The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda'

Stream a compilation of cosmically scaled, rarely heard sounds from a largely unheralded master.

The Legacy Of The Jazz Epistles, South Africa's Short-Lived But Historic Group

Hugh Masekela and Abdullah Ibrahim, two of the biggest stars to emerge from South Africa, achieved success independently. But the two are cosmically linked by a single 1960 recording session.

The Ella Fitzgerald Centennial: Our 'First Lady Of Song'

Her incredible technical abilities were self-evident, but in front of a microphone, she radiated pure joy.

Remembering Ella Fitzgerald, Who Made Great Songs Greater

On her 100th birthday, Tony Bennett, Cécile McLorin Salvant and others pay tribute to the woman whose voice and vivacity redefined the Great American Songbook.

Early Hardship Couldn't Muffle Ella Fitzgerald's Joy

Before she became First Lady of Song, Fitzgerald navigated childhood loss, poverty and homelessness — always with music as her refuge.

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