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Andy Galore celebrates release of debut album at 55 Bar April 1

Andy Galore celebrates release of debut album at 55 Bar April 1

Bassist and band-leader Andy Galore celebrates his debut recording on his home turf -The 55 Bar in NYC on April 1st, 10pm!

Fusing jazz and funk with bluesy grit bassist Galore brings compositional brilliance and his signature deep-bottom tone and groove to his star-studded debut recording.

“Andy Galore’s’ debut for Motema Music is sensational and with it, he steps into an arena occupied by existing jazz greats and the memories of jazz giants. Recommended.” – The Examiner

55 BAR Show Features: Oz Noy – (guitar) Joel Frahm – Sax / Gary Fisher – Keys / Rocky Bryant -Drums

Album Features: Mike Stern, Jim Beard, Oz Noy, Bob Franceschini, Richard Bona, Gregory Hutchinson & many more!


Marc Cary interviews with Bandcamp Weekly

Marc Cary interviews with Bandcamp Weekly

Marc Cary chats with Bandcamp Weekly about the Gogo scene and its influence on his music, the Rhodes piano, his experiences with Abbey Lincoln and his upcoming album ‘Rhodes Ahead Vol. 2’. As an added bonus, there’s that killer illustration by Paul Grelet!

Click to listen – full track stream of “Below the Equator” starts at 40:37, interview starts at 46:47.



Revive Music premieres the track “Spices and Mystics” from Marc Cary’s upcoming album “Rhodes Ahead Vol. 2”

Revive Music premieres the track “Spices and Mystics” from Marc Cary’s upcoming album “Rhodes Ahead Vol. 2”

Revive Music has just premiered Marc Cary’s track “Spices and Mystics”, a drum-n-bass meets jazz journey based on an Indian Raga, “Puriya Dhanashree,” from his upcoming album “Rhodes Ahead Vol. 2”! Click here to check out the feature and listen to the track!

“As per the album’s title, ‘Spices and Mystics’ showcases Cary’s forward-thinking playing with the Fender Rhodes front in center. While the album title might be an homage to the beloved Rhodes, listeners are treated to a wall of sound from the collective septet. The result between Cary, Thomas, Ramamurthy, Budynek, Mateen, and Gully sounds like In A Silent Way sessions era Miles meets Mahavishnu with an added swagger of a modern day back beat.” – Revive Music


Get VIP Passes to Exit Zero Jazz Festival, Headlined by Dr. John

Get VIP Passes to Exit Zero Jazz Festival, Headlined by Dr. John

Get your early bird all access VIP Duke’s Pass to Exit 0 International Jazz Festival

Experience headliner Dr. John + 30 great jazz, blues and funk artists including Motema artists Joe Locke, piano phenom Joey Alexander, Charenee Wade (Music of Gil Scott-Heron), Roberta Donnay & The Prohibition Mob Band, and much more.

VIP privileges include VIP only access to wine tastings + artist meet & greets, priority and reserved seating at festival venues, and many other bonuses.

After March 22, All Access Duke’s pass price goes up to $150 with NO VIP Privileges – Only 100 VIP passes are available. So act now!

Click here to get tickets


New album from extraordinary pianist Joey Alexander now available for pre-order

New album from extraordinary pianist Joey Alexander now available for pre-order

The debut album from the extraordinary and uniquely gifted pianist Joey Alexander is now available for pre-order on iTunes! http://smarturl.it/My-Favorite-Things

On this album, Joey brings a delicate, profound and soulful touch to his own interpretations of such classics as “My Favorite Things”, “Giant Steps”, “Over the Rainbow” and more, showcasing his talents as an arranger, composer and bandleader.

Click here to find out more about the album and watch the album teaser video!


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