Here’s the beautiful song by the Grammy award winning vocalist Gregory Porter’s On My Way To Harlem with the Metropole Orchestra in Amsterdam.
We love any and everything Grammy award winner Gregory Porter produces, especially our fave song from 2014, On My Way To Harlem.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) Presents Gregory Porter on Saturday, February 18, 2023, at 8:00 p.m. EST.
As we discuss safe places for the homeless during the COVID Crisis, one of our favorite songs by one of our favorite vocalist Grammy award-winning phenom Gregory Porter sings about our homeless neighbors.
We fell in love with brotha Gregory Porter’s music a few years ago with his hit “On My Way To Harlem.”
We loved Gregory Porters “On My Way To Harlem,” the two-time Grammy-winning vocalist Gregory Porter’s 3rd Blue Note album, “Nat ‘King Cole’ & Me,” is a heartfelt tribute to his idol, the legendary singer, pianist and Capitol recording artist Nat King Cole.
Gregory Porter’s Blue Note Records debut, the 2014 GRAMMY winning Liquid Spirit, arrived on the heels of two critically acclaimed, GRAMMY nominated indie label albums that quickly propelled Porter to the upper echelon of contemporary male jazz singers.
Listen to saxophonist/composer Wayne Escoffery celebrate the chemistry shared by his closest musical collaborators on Like Minds live stream from Smoke in Harlem.
In “The Conductor,” satirist playwright Ishmael Reed attacks the race-baiting and divisiveness that were widely seen in the recent, widely-reported San Francisco School Board Recall.
On March 4, 2022, GRAMMY-nominated vocalist, and songwriter Somi will release her new album, Zenzile: The Reimagination Of Miriam Makeba.
There’s plenty of time to head from Harlem to Pittsburgh for the August Wilson African American Cultural Center especially with diva Chaka Khan headlining the Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival.
TV One celebrates Black Music Month with original programming and musical performances.
The Schomburg Center’s Annual Women’s Jazz Festival, in honor of Women’s History Month, features some of the best-known and unsung female performers in jazz today.
City Parks Foundation is thrilled to announce the 2018 season of SummerStage, New York City’s largest free outdoor performing arts festival, bringing more than 100 performances to Central Park and 17 neighborhood parks throughout the five boroughs.
We know, it’s the middle June and you’re wondering what you’re going to do from th rest of the month and in July. Well, have no fear, after you go to the Harlem Make Music NY 2018 Experience on Thursday, June 21st, 2018, you may want to check out the Jazz at the Smoke Jazz Club…