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With a voice potent, sweet, and rich, and songwriting skills to match, Chris Urquiaga is poised to take the pop world by storm
Jazz artist Spencer Day, appearing at Blues Alley next week, spices up his life and his sound
The focus of its two upcoming shows is "The Big Band Sound of WWII"
Twenty-five years ago, jazz singer Lynn Veronneau was part of the internet's very first viral image
One of the original Supremes alongside Diana Ross, Wilson has long channeled her passion and celebrity into promoting humanitarian efforts to end hunger, fight HIV/AIDS,...
Popular band to perform a "Swinging Holiday" theme.
Sylver Logan Sharp comes to Blues Alley on Nov. 16
Blues Alley's 50-year anniversary is a milestone unrivaled not only in D.C. but in all of American jazz
Jane Monheit offers a jazzy tribute to her "first hero," Judy Garland
Gloria Reuben brings her chanteuse side to Blues Alley
Wonders never cease. Not only can the actor best known from seminal John Hughes films of the ’80s sing, but Molly Ringwald is now, improbably...
Back in the mid-'90s Bette Midler took inspiration from Bernadette Cooper for her popular Diva Las Vegas revue. ''They love me, they hate me, but...
R&B singer Angela Winbush started her career as a backup singer for Stevie Wonder and then joined in the duo Rene and Angela. She produces...
With her new album The Music of Randy Newman, Roseanna Vitro stakes a claim as the first jazz vocalist to explore the richly melodic, sharply...
Oklahoma born guitarist Tuck Andress met singer Patti Cathcart, a native of San Francisco, at an audition in Las Vegas in 1980. The husband-and-wife jazz...