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Bassist Kevin Scott- Holding it down with Jimmy Herring, Wayne Krantz, Forq and King Baby

“His time, the energy, the creativity, the soul.” – Wayne Krantz “Kevin is family! He’s that rare kind of musician who always plays to the song and loves all kinds of music.”- Jimmy Herring   Kevin Scott is one of the unspoken captains of this brand new ship brimming with young musical guns from the South, among them- Darren Stanley, Matt Slocum, Mike Seal,... »

John Medeski and More To Play “Col. Bruce Tribute” During Jazz Fest

John Medeski and More To Play “Col. Bruce Tribute” During Jazz Fest

On May 3, several jam scene heavy-hitters will pay tribute to the late Col. Bruce Hampton in a late-night show at the Maple Leaf Bar during the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Confirmed musicians include keyboardist John Medeski, guitarist Marcus King, Dirty Dozen Brass Band guitarist and local favorite Jake Eckert as well as sacred steel guitarist Roosevelt Collier. Also performing will b... »

Interview with the Founder & CEO of Abstract Logix

Interview with the Founder & CEO of Abstract Logix

Fresh off a tour with the 2018 Grammy award-winning guitarist John McLaughlin, Souvik Dutta, CEO of Abstract Logix, gives us a behind the scenes look at the jazz legend’s historic American Farewell Tour & we discuss Steem-powered music. You can read the piece here. »

Get to Know Invisible Whip & Wayne Krantz Bassist Kevin Scott

Get to Know Invisible Whip & Wayne Krantz Bassist Kevin Scott

Kevin Scott is a busy guy, from playing bass with Abstract Logix artists Wayne Krantz and Jimmy Herring and The Invisible Whip, to hosting a weekly experimental music series in Atlanta, to studio sideman gigs for a range of acts from all genres. Some may call him a protege of both bassist Tim Lefebvre (Wayne Krantz, David Bowie, Tedeschi Trucks Band) and the late avant-Southern-icon Col. Bruce Ham... »

Project Z

Project Z

Project Z pays homage in its own way to to the musical philosophy of Col. Bruce Hampton on this explosive record. The band says the Col. helped us to crack open, and in fact Hampton himself joins in the fun on Z Phone. Derek Trucks and Count M’Butu (guitar and percussion respectively) also help out at various points. So what is Project Z up to? It’s ultimately a stew of jam rock that v... »

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