Harlem’s Allan Harris At Smoke Jazz Club In Harlem

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Harlem based Allan Harris, a world-class vocalist, guitarist and songwriter, returns to Smoke in support of his latest album Nobody’s Gonna Love You Better: Black Bar Jukebox Redux. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s “Queen Of The Keys” Lillette Jenkins-Wisner (Video)

The Harlem born Lillette Jenkins-Wisner dubbed Queen of the Keys, Lillette is an internationally renowned concert pianist and vocalist. Continue Reading →

Harlem Lyricist, The Legendary Mack Gordon, 1904 – 1959

Mack Gordon (right), born Morris Gittler, June 21, 1904 – February 28, 1959, was an American composer and lyricist of songs for the stage and film. Continue Reading →

Lady Gaga Visits LGBT Homeless Shelter In Harlem

lady-gaga-in-harlemLady Gaga’s new album Joanne was hailed as the singer’s most personal work to date upon its release in October; now, the “Million Reasons” singer has given fans an even deeper glimpse into her life during a powerful segment on NBC’s TodayContinue Reading →

New Allan Harris Release Album At Smoke Jazz Club In Harlem (Video)

nobodys-goona-lineallan-harrisOver the past 20 years, Harlem man Allan Harris celebrates the release of his 11th album, Nobody’s Gonna Love You Better (Black Bar Jukebox Redux.)
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HW Pick: Jazz at Lincoln Center Honors America’s Timeless Vocalists

Ray Charles and nat king cole1On Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May 21, Jazz at Lincoln Center will celebrate the timeless artistry of some of the most beloved vocalists and composers in American history. Continue Reading →

Lee Daniels To Direct Harlem’s Apollo Theater Doc

lee-daniels-empire-premiere-la-2015-billboard-650Lee Daniels is set to direct The Apollo Film Project, an authorized documentary chronicling the history of the famed theater in Harlem, White Horse Pictures announced Thursday. Continue Reading →

Shop Harlem: Jazz Duke Ellington And Nat King Cole Signed 1940’s

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Jazz greats Duke Ellington signed this early photographs with Nat King Cole Trio signed twice by Nat King Cole and his band in the 1940’s. Continue Reading →

Natalie Cole, Grammy Winning Singer Passes

08ff2210baa47d09e0e1a114e63de0ae31bd6cf6Harlem fave singer Natalie Cole, the daughter of jazz legend Nat “King” Cole who carried on his musical legacy, has died. Continue Reading →

“Harlem Blues” Nat King Cole, 1958 (video)

Nat_King_Cole_(Gottlieb_01511)Today TimeOut New York selected Nate King Cole’s “Harlem Blues” number #41 on their list of The 100 best NYC Songs list. As far as we’re concerned, Nate King Coles “Harlem Blues” is numbero uno in our book – especially if they get married in Harlem.

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