What to Stream, May 25–31


Stream Sullivan Fortner’s live performance from Dizzy’s Club on May 27.

(Photo: Courtesy sullivanfortnermusic.com)

This week’s streaming highlights include Sullivan Fortner live at Dizzy’s Club in New York, another We Get To Talk Session with Frédéric Yonnet, Dennis Chambers with the Leni Stern Quintet, and that incurable romantic, Mr. Ramsey Lewis. A fee is associated with some of the material listed, and some items have been sourced from WBGO, WDCB and WWOZ. Please support jazz radio. DB

May 25: Seven Jazzy Guitars, Rome Neal’s Banana Puddin’ Jazz

May 25: Asen Doykin Trio at Soapbox Gallery (Brooklyn)

May 25: Imani-Grace Cooper & Friends at An Die Musik (Baltimore)

May 26: Abraham Burton Trio at Bar Bayeux (Brooklyn)

May 26: Frédéric Yonnet, DC Jazz We Get To Talk Series (Washington, D.C.)

May 26: Nick Mazzarella/Hamid Drake at Constellation (Chicago)

May 26: Dave Wilson Quartet at An Die Musik (Baltimore)

May 26: Zach Brock Trio at Soap Box Gallery (Brooklyn)

May 27: Live At Dizzy’s: Sullivan Fortner (New York)

May 27: Matthias Loescher Songs Of Life Album Release; The Ruff Pack featuring Akua Nara (New York)

May 27: Patricia Nicholson, Jean Carla Rodea, Andrea Wolper, Ellen Christi, Ava Mendoza and Val Jeanty

May 27: Sachal Vasandani & Romain Collin; Midnight Shelter Album Launch (New York)

May 27: Neal Alger Brazilian Quintet with Dill Costa at Fulton Street Collective (Chicago)

May 28: Sima Cunningham at Constellation (Chicago)

May 28: Dave Chappell Band Live at An Die Musik (Baltimore)

May 29: Ramsey Lewis, The Incurable Romantic

May 29: Dennis Chambers with the Leni Stern Quartet at An Die Musik

May 30: Dan Wallace/Jake Kohlhas Ensemble at An Die Musik (Baltimore)

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