This is an album of beauty – authentic, and from the heart.
Daring but not self indulgent, this double album would be a risk in lesser hands.
She remains a wonder of range and sassy interpretation.
Playing regularly at Scarfe’s Bar in London, they take ownership of the music.
She will change your perceptions of what a “jazz vocalist” in this day and age means.
A long-time collaborator with Chicago pays tribute to her famous father, Buddy Ebsen.
Violette fits into no easy category, no pre-set box.
There is a serious big band push to Strength in Numbers, the new disc from the Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra. The Grammy-nominated composer, arranger, trombonist, and vocalist fronts an impressive group of New York players and sinks every ounce of his creative impulse into the material
Singer Barb Jungr is enjoying herself lately. With trips, tours and events, she is kept very busy. One important reason is she is in possession of something a lot of people want: her voice.
Barb Jungr has a powerful tool in the box — and that is her voice. Combine this with the powerful songs of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, and a group of good musicians, and you have something which has the potential to blow your mind