With a musical career that has spanned for more than 2 decades and over 2.8 million in sales and over 1.8 million Youtube hits, Jack Radics has earned his reputation as an ambassador of music. He formed and influenced the vanguard of a bright and new foray of a classical genre combining “Soul/Pop & Reggae,”
Sean Paul’s 1996 release of “Baby Girl” was the first of a series of undeniable reggae smashes that rocked Jamaica, quickly establishing a solid base for Sean Paul amongst the island’s dancehall massive.
Mory Kante inherited the griot tradition from the « jalis » of Mande. At its height during the reign of Sundiata Keita in the XIIIth century, the African empire of Mande stretched from the Atlantic coast to the region of Gao.
Duke Ellington was eulogized as “the supreme jazz talent of the past fifty years” by critic Alistair Cooke in a 1983 issue of Esquire. A prolific composer, Ellington created over two thousand pieces of music, including the standard songs “Take the A-Train” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)” and the longer works Black, Brown, and Beige, Liberian Suite, and Afro-Eurasian Eclipse.
We would like to draw your attention to the upcoming French Pianist MARC BENHAM! MARC BENHAM has just released his solo Album “Herbst” which got the “Revelation award” by the French Jazz Magazine and gets great feedback from the music media. Have a look at some more quotations: “A very fine pianist, the way I