A native New Yorker, one-time Harlem resident, and bandleader who blends jazz with Haitian rhythms, in her vocals. Continue Reading →
By Erroll McGraw
Harlem is alive with African culture, pulse-beating music, historical buildings, and an active community. Continue Reading →
On the 5th Annual National Jazz Museum in Harlem Benefit Awards and Concert, on Tuesday, June 12th, 2018 in NYC. Continue Reading →
While temperatures are already blazing, summer doesn’t officially begin until Wednesday, June 21, the Summer Solstice. Continue Reading →
If Duke Ellington was the king of jazz, Harlem was his kingdom.
And on Wednesday, the neighborhood celebrated the music connoisseur with an auction of his most prized possessions – just a few blocks from the Cotton Bar where it all started in the 1920s. Continue Reading →