EDGE caught up with cabaret great Marcus Simeone as he prepares for a series of shows at Don't Tell Mama. He talks about his career, music, happiness & relationships.
Both Robert Plant releases his first album since 2005, and Basement Jaxx drops their first in five years. Interpol gets closer to their classic sound. Plus check out new EPs by Odessa and Kiesza. Fall into fall, in this week's Dig These Discs!
Ann Hampton Callaway offers her tribute to the late, great Sarah Vaughan with "From Sassy to Divine: The Sarah Vaughan Project," which she brings to Scullers this week as well as a CD release. EDGE spoke to Callaway about remembering Vaughan.
"We see our work as early adopters as far as getting behind bands, hopefully getting music out early," All Things Go's Will Suter says. "We certainly pride ourselves on a certain level of discovery."
Ariana Grande is the first female pop star to have her first two albums reach the no. 1 spot on Billboard since Susan Boyle in 2010. What does this mean for the young singer and the pop landscape?
Said to be the first LGBT jazz festival ever produced in the United States, OutBeat is set to take place in Philadelphia on the final days of summer, Thursday, Sept. 18 to Sunday, Sept. 21.
Sony Masterworks continues to release new digital soundtracks from their vaults. This recording is the 1963 London Cast of an underrated Leonard Bernstein classic.
An extensive three-disc set recognizes a quarter century of compositions from composer / conductor / organist, Julian Wachner.
Love them or hate them Panic! at the Disco aren't going anywhere. This album proves that they and their sound can involve and fit in well among the pop and rock of today.