Joshua Redman's five-year stint as artistic director for SFJAZZ's spring season has turned out to be a sweet gig. Not only does the celebrated saxophonist now have the clout to book an unprecedented number of jazz's top new-school innovators on the same program with veteran pioneers, but he's also been given the green light -- and the cash money -- to put together a resident band, the SFJAZZ Collective, to explore both original tunes and still-relevant music by the... More >>>