Ed Enright

DownBeat Contributing Editor

Ed Enright's news entries:

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    Ed Palermo has been known to embody a larger-than-life persona during his big band’s live shows.

    Ed Palermo Oversees A Circus

    Palermo’s namesake big band has earned a reputation as a virtual circus of jazz-rock medleys, mashups, jump-cuts and…

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    Han Bennink (left), Sonny Rollins and Ruud Jacobs in concert at the Academie voor Beeldende Kunst in Arnhem, The Netherlands, the evening of May 3, 1967

    When Sonny Rollins Went Dutch

    Sonny Rollins lives firmly in the present. The esteemed tenor saxophonist—whose voice as a cutting-edge jazz artist…

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    Alto saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins’ debut album is titled Omega.

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    Christian McBride was voted Jazz Artist of the Year and topped the Bass category in this year’s DownBeat Readers Poll.

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    Camille Thurman is among the 25 artists DownBeat thinks will help shape jazz in the decades to come.

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    Adam O’Farrill is among the 25 artists DownBeat thinks will help shape jazz in the decades to come.

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    Shabaka Hutchings is among the 25 artists DownBeat thinks will help shape jazz in the decades to come.

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    ​Recently unearthed trio recordings of Bob James from 1965 find the keyboardist and composer working in a surprising mode.

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    The Apogee Symphony I/O Mk II (clockwise from top left), Carlos Henriquez with the MXL Revelation II and Avid Pro Tools recording platform

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    In honor of its 50th anniversary this spring, Rutgers Jazz Ensemble produced a recording of Count Basie’s arrangement of “Strike Up The Band.” Audio and video elements were recorded remotely by student band members, with tech support provided by faculty and alumni.

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    Maria Schneider’s new release is a double album titled Data Lords.

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    Richie Cole (1948–2020)

    Saxophonist Richie Cole Dies At 72

    Richie Cole, a renowned saxophonist who was championed by DownBeat early in his career and whose passion for bebop-era…

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    Frank Caruso (1948–2019)

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    Montreal-based pianist and jazz educator John Roney will perform his reimagining of Keith Jarrett’s landmark 1975 album The Köln Concert at three major Canadian jazz festivals in June.

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    DownBeat Senior Contributor Michael Bourne (center) receives the Montreal Jazz Festival’s Bruce Lundvall Award from Artistic Director André Ménard (left) and Vice President of Programming Laurent Saulnier on June 30.

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    The progressive rock band King Crimson concludes its concert at the Montreal Jazz Festival on July 3.

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    John Medeski (left), Larry Grenadier, Jack DeJohnette and John Scofield perform as the collective Hudson on June 30 at the Montreal Jazz Festival.


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February 2021
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