Tag: INtoHarlem

Eric Wyatt Represents in Harlem

What’s astounding about the jazz – Black American Music – BAM scene in NYC is that everyone can swing – really swing.  The average musician with a horn under his/her arm can outdo the next one, and will certainly be

HarlemTrends presents – JAZZ : Past Meets Present

We are happy to bring you our new podcast “HarlemTrends presents – JAZZ : Past Meets Present”  mixed for HarlemTrends by friend to the blog RhythmDB.  This is a follow up to our “Soulful Mix” podcast we posted in January 2012.

Nicholas Payton: Creator of BAM and the Savior of Archaic Pop

Nicholas Payton is, in his own words, leading a revolution in creative free thought.  Coming from a musical family (His father, the legendary Walter Payton who passed away in 2010; his mother, an accomplished vocalist and pianist), he’s a true

Gregory Porter’s “Way to Harlem”

  I for one am anxiously awaiting Harlem-based Motema Music artist Gregory Porter’s new joint to drop.  Last Thursday at Smoke Jazz & Supper Club he and his band offered a taste of what might appear on this new project.