Arts

Wilco Guitarist Nels Cline Reclaims Mood Music In The City Of Brotherly Love

Nels Cline has earned his place as a guitar hero for our times, with a track record stretching back four decades and a marquee gig with Wilco. But if you mainly associate him with squalls of feedback, you’re missing a big part of the picture. “The Avant Romantic” is how Rolling Stone pegged him about

Emmys 2018 Winners: The Complete List

Updated at 10:59 p.m. ET The 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards were broadcast Monday night on NBC. Below is

Christian Sands – Reaching For The Sun

Check out this week’s video featuring Christian Sands performing Reaching For The Sun only on McQsJazz.com  

Experience a Taste of Everything ROW DTLA

DTLA is quickly becoming one of the city’s hippest districts. In Downtown Los Angeles, ROW DTLA has continued to take shape, transforming 32 acres into an all-encompassing iconic destination. This growing collective of globally recognized shops, restaurants and offices are spread over six buildings to create their own unique L.A. environment. Upon completion, ROW DTLA will

Syd Isn’t Rushing Her Moment

When the hip-hop collective Odd Future broke onto the music scene in 2008, they looked and sounded like a group of rowdy, young boys. OF’s rambunctious, juvenile and clownish behavior is part of what shaped the group’s independence and authenticity, which quickly attracted loyal fans and attention from the media. But as the group rose

Esperanza Spalding Is The 21st Century’s Jazz Genius

It’s not enough to make list after list. The Turning the Tables project seeks to suggest alternatives to

Rumors Of The Death Of The Rom-Com Are Greatly Exaggerated

The debate about whether romantic comedies are — or ever were — dead is an old one by

Life Luxe Jazz November 1st-4th 2018

Join the experience of a lifetime at Life Luxe Jazz​ in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, November 1-4, 2018! Click here for tickets & info: http://lifeluxejazz.com

Nashville: Not Just A Country Scene But A Place To Go For Jazz

“It used to be: ‘Nashville — that’s where you come to play country music.’” Joe Spivey is voicing a prevailing view of his adopted hometown, one that has endured for the better part of a century. But Spivey — a fiddler in The Time Jumpers, the swingingest band in Music City — knows better. He