Branford spoke with Rev. Al Sharpton about the state of New Orleans 10 years after Hurricane Katrina and his work to rebuild the music scene in the city.
Tenor sax man Branford Marsalis tackles one of the hardest jazz pieces in history live at the Bimhuis.
The John Coltrane Quartet performed their greatest work, 1964's A Love...Continue Reading
Branford Marsalis grew up with the sounds of jazz music literally rising from the streets, wafting through the windows of the New Orleans home that would spawn a series of jazz...
This historic Marsalis Music CD/DVD, including a full performance by the Branford Marsalis Quartet at Amsterdam's Bimhuis plus bonus interviews and audio-only disc, will be re-relieased to...Continue Reading
Atop San Francisco’s Nob Hill, Grace Cathedral has long welcomed pilgrims of fine music as well as worshipers from the Episcopal Diocese of California. From the recorded sound of it, the...Continue Reading
In jazz, certain instruments lend themselves well to solo performance more than others: Most major pianists, at one time or another, play a solo concert and solo guitar is also plentiful in the...Continue Reading