Category Archives: SmoothViews

Keeping Smooth Jazz In Sight

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Richard Elliot – Summer Madness

Think of all those times you have left a concert feeling so energized you don’t want it to end. You go through your music collection and just can’t find anything…

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John Dillard – Charlotte, NC

A chilly night in the queen city brought out a lot of fans for some hot jazz at Sydney’s Martini and Wine Bar in downtown to hear the latest from…

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Dwight Sills – Short Stories

You know Dwight Sills. The name may not have hit you between the eyes the first time you saw it on our home page but when you think a lil’…

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Fourplay – Silver

I have to start with the anthemic rock guitar shred. It’s Chuck Loeb on track seven and it’s a complete surprise showing up in the middle of a Fourplay album….

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New Music Playist – February 2016

Curated playlists are ever so trendy, it’s a chance for those of us who have access to share the music you may not have time in your busy life to keep…

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Music News and Notes – February 2016

Check out the most exciting tracks from new releases on our monthly Spotify playlist! 3rd Force is back with Global Force, their first new album in almost a decade. Founders…

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Mindi Abair – Wild Hearted and Shakin’ Bones

Inspiration is a lifeline to creative people, whether you are a music star fronting a band or working mom who sneaks in some self time with paintbrush and canvas when the kids…

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Jonathan Butler at Blues Alley

Jonathan Butler returned to Blues Alley last month, just in time for the release of his latest gospel CD, Free. It’s always a treat for me when he comes to…

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Lorraine Feather – Flirting With Disaster…

A Review In Two Chapters Listen to the album while you read this. You are going to love it and you can buy it without even having to get out of…

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Boney James – A Conversation About FutureSoul

SV: 23 years and 15 albums if you count the collaboration with Rick Braun and the seasonal projects, which we do because people loved them. Other people have come and…