One of the most important musicians to emerge from the British jazz scene during the 1960s, bassist Dave Holland stepped onto the global stage at the tender age of 22 when he replaced Ron Carter in the Miles Davis' legendary quintet that included pianist Herbie Hancock, drummer Tony Williams, and sa ... More >>
Okay, everyone. Calm down. We know, we know. While we can't say we were surprised to hear that Limp Bizkit's new album sucks something terrible, it's also undeniably true that, once upon a time, for a very short time, those nookie-obsessed Floridians were kind of awesome. Yes, there was th ... More >>
Venerable Mission club pulls plug on live music.
Change (Blue Note)
SFJAZZ brings together some of the nation's true mavericks for "Generations of Innovation"
For over two decades, Lisle Ellis has been expanding the vocabulary of the jazz bassist by adding blues and classical features
Legendary jazz figure Sam Rivers links the old guard and the new wave
Spaced: Collected Works 1980-1999
The Rova Saxophone Quartet once again honors the freewheeling spirit of Bay Area jazz improvisers
Gianni Gebbia's out-there saxophone mastery masks a deep and surprising respect for all musical genres
John Zorn's Painkiller and the Denison/Kimball Trio rewrite the rules of jazz