By HWM Staff Harlem, finds itself grappling with an unforeseen challenge: the pervasive Canadian wildfire smoke that has infiltrated its streets.
Drummer Joe Farnsworth sets out on a bold new path in answer to the question In What Direction Are You Headed? produced by Harlem’s Smoke Sessions Records.
Listen to saxophonist/composer Wayne Escoffery celebrate the chemistry shared by his closest musical collaborators on Like Minds live stream from Smoke in Harlem.
Described as “the most genuine, congenial and best-run jazz club in the city (Huffington Post),” Harlem, New York’s Smoke Jazz Club kick-starts 2023.
Today, successful independent label Black Smoke Music Worldwide announces its distribution and label partnership with Motown Gospel and Capitol CMG’s Re:Think.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring local dignitaries and a live jazz performance to celebrate the reopening of uptown’s premier jazz club, Smoke in Harlem.
The great drummer Al Foster celebrates the release of his eloquent and important new recording.
One of New York City’s premier live music venues, Smoke Jazz Club, continues its grand reopening celebration with a spectacular line-up of legendary jazz performers during the month of August.
One of New York City’s premier live music venues, Smoke Jazz Club in Harlem, today announced its long-awaited reopening.
The Lifetime original movie Miracle In Motor City, starring Tia Mowry, Mark Taylor, and Smokey Robinson is set to premiere this Sunday, November 28, 2021, at 8/7c.
A new study conducted by researchers from the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) explored the long-term health risks associated with early exposure to tobacco smoke.
While recent studies have highlighted the risks that smoking can have on lung health, those risks have been amplified in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harlem based Smoke Session Records writes if it takes a village to raise a child, as the proverb says, then it certainly takes at least that much to nurture a big band.
With vaping illnesses running rampant recently, researchers from the American Heart Association (AHA) dove deeper into the risks associated with another popular type of smoking: hookah.
With Songs Were Made to Sing, jazz vocalist Mary Stallings has crafted an exquisite collection of classic songs that reflect on a life well and passionately lived.