Jazz & Blues
Jazz and blues are not just types of music — both are your vision of the world and your state of mind. Just like our life, it is a complete improvisation. Check out the best channels and videos about Jazz and Blues and admire legendary and modern performers together with us in Jazz & Blues. Interviews and reviews of albums from all corners of the world, news about music and more. Tune in and enjoy!
JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music! Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music.
Jazz, soul blues - relax and enjoy!
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox: Today's hits, yesterday. For live concert tickets, music downloads, merch, and instant updates, check out Postmodern Jukebox's links below!
Kent has taught jazz piano at Berklee College of Music, the Hartford Conservatory, Hartt College, Trinity College, and Summer Keys in Maine. He has played in clubs and concerts with jazz notables Jackie McLean, Kenny Burrell, Phil Woods, Chet Baker, Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, Cassandra Wilson, & many others. For the 2 acoustic pianos I use on my videos, I have 1905 rebuilt Mason and Hamlin Model AA, 6' grand piano and a 1972 Yamaha U1 Upright built in Japan. Both are great instruments, so I hope you enjoy their sound.
Frank Sinatra, whose real name was Francis Albert Sinatra, is a singer and actor. From 1935-1940, he developed his career, focusing more on music, with radio shows and hundreds of songs he recorded, as “Without A Song”. He has sold over 150 million records worldwide. As a singer, he performed a great career, with about 60 years of American popular music, covering all styles of music (jazz, blues, twist ...).
This channel is dedicated to music. Here we BELIEVE that: - technology and innovation can create new forms of art and music. - that, as art and music lovers, we have endless possibilities to enjoy, share, listen and live these new forms of art. - that, as musicians and artists, we can innovate and create something unique that it has not been done before. - that internet is the right place to break down any geographical barrier, exchange our ideas and enjoy any music and artistic innovation, no matter where or who comes from.
The official channel for American Blues Scene Magazine. Your reliable source for the very BEST in blues music news, interviews, and blues album reviews from all corners of the globe! Your global leader in blues music news in the digital format is now in print.
The Jazz Hop Café is a net-based Radio Station & Record Label providing you with fresh beats whilst you sip on that coffee.
The Jive Aces, The UK's No.1 jive, and swing band live showreel featuring live clips and kudos from Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, and Len Goodman.
Louis Armstrong, nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, is a jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans. He created the scat, a jazzy singing style employing onomatopoeia instead of words. He spends his childhood with his mother and grandmother in poverty. Soon, the young Louis, who is very turbulent, joined songs and music groups while playing in bars. Until his last day, Louis Armstrong plays and sings jazz wherever he can. He died July 6, 1971, of a heart attack.
Ray Charles is an American singer known as his pianist and composer of talent. In this school, he attended for nine years, it develops multi-instrumentalist composer talent. In 1949 he recorded his first album. Throughout this album, Ray Charles developed his personal style, rhythm and blues oriented and knows his first real hits in the 1960s, including "What I'd Say." In 1960, he joined ABC-Paramount label and composed his greatest hits including "Georgia on my mind", which became the anthem of Georgia. Late in his career, he presents the paradox of selling far fewer disks, but to continue to fill the rooms.
Jazz music playlist channel - the best jazz music on YouTube. Here you'll find curated playlists with Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Esperanza Spalding, Elizabeth Shepherd, and more. The jazz masters to the new experimental sounds.