Dame Grease Is “Live On Lenox (Remastered)” And You’re Not


Harlem man Dame Grease has a new album Live On Lenox (Remastered) which was released October 2000 on Priority Records host a slew of unsigned and signed artists. Continue Reading →

Harlem Jazz Legend Marjorie Eliot At Sugar Hill Museum In Harlem

marjorie-eliot1Harlem jazz legend and Sugar Hill resident Marjorie Eliot will perform at the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum, this month, as they we kicked off their ‘adult’ series Nights At Sugar Hill In Harlem. Continue Reading →

Rosa Passos With Special Guest Kenny Barron At Jazz At Lincoln Center

kenny-barronHarlem fave, nine-time GRAMMY Award nominee and one of today’s most important jazz pianists, Kenny Barron will make a special appearance at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s The Appel Room on December 9-10 at 7pm and 9:30pm. Continue Reading →

Malcolm Merriweather Talks Music On The Danny Tisdale Show


Join host Danny Tisdale as he talks to Harlem’s Malcolm Merriweather on The Danny Tisdale Show about Mr. Merriweather’s new job as music director of The Dessoff Choirs, living in Harlem, the upcoming performance We Remember about Dr. Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy, his favorite place in Harlem and much more. Continue Reading →

Ferdinand ‘Jelly Roll’ Morton In Harlem, New York 1928 – 1935

jelly-roll-mortin-harlem1Ferdinand ‘Jelly Roll’ Morton at home in Harlem, on the corner of some Street and some Avenue in Harlem. Morton was American ragtime royalty, “considered best regarded pianists in the Storyville District,” he was an early jazz pianist, bandleader and composer who was born Ferdinand Joseph LaMothe, started his career and Jazz in 1902 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Continue Reading →

Harlem Lady Azealia Banks Accuses Russell Crowe Of Assault


Something happened between Harlem’s  Azealia Banks and Russell Crowe, but it seems there are two sides to this story.  Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Malcolm Merriweather New Dessoff Choirs Director

director-in-lincoln-centerHailed as “one of the great amateur choruses of our time (New York Today) for its “full-bodied sound and suppleness (The New York Times),” The Dessoff Choirs, with soloists and orchestra, opens its 92nd season at Alice Tully Hall. Continue Reading →

Heading To Paris, Join Harlemite Alfie Wade At The Concept Café

alfie-wade-in-parisJAMMIN’Jazz & Blues at The Concept Café

Tous les Dimanches, Apéro @ 17h, Concert @ 18h, 2016 Continue Reading →

Join Margalit Cantor And Others For The Frog, The Cat & the Fiddle In Harlem

margalit-cantor-photo1Bloomingdale School of Music (BSM) is pleased to present The Frog, the Cat & the Fiddle: Music in 17th Century Germany on Friday, October 28th at 7 pm featuring BSM faculty and guest artists. Continue Reading →

Kathleen Battle: Surrenders To Spirituals From The Underground Railroad At The Schomburg

kathleen-battle1Kathleen Battle is world renowned for her pristine operatic soprano, and has performed Baroque-era compositions to contemporary works. Continue Reading →