The NBA return saw all of the coaches and players for the New Orleans Pelicans, Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers kneel during the national anthem. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information All the players wore “Black Lives Matter” shirts and kneeled near the “Black Lives Matter” logo that will be seen on […]
While we’ll always put Hip-Hop first when it comes to the content we cover, The Source is a brand that appreciates all aspects of our culture — jazz, without a doubt, is included on that list. That’s why we were thrilled to find out that dearly-missed jazz legend John Coltrane has a new album out […]
After more than a decade of being in the works. BOLDEN, a film that explores the begins of jazz music and one of the genre’s creators, Buddy Bolden will be released in the theaters across the country on May 3. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information The musical drama is directed by Daniel Pritzker and features […]
Concord, New Black Films’ Victoria Gregory and Barry Clark-Ewers and REP Documentary’s Laure Vaysse are set to produce the documentary on Billie Holiday.
Spearheaded by the boom of the Jazz Era in the ’20s and ’30s, legendary jazz label Blue Note Records is now celebrating its 80th anniversary with a special collaboration in partnership with Casio G-SHOCK. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Advertisement The collab comes in the form of a special iteration of the G-STEEL watch, decked […]
Woolrich hit us with a surprise recently by locking in R&B/Hip-Hop legend Lauryn Hill for her first-ever fashion campaign, and now the heritage brand is keeping with the music/style synergy by linking with Downtown jazz crew ONYX Collective. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Advertisement For the second round in the “Woolrich: American Soul Since 1830” […]
After all of his recent success, Chance The Eapper is being pulled back into his past to answer some questions about him supposedly “”jacking a beat” from a very famous jazz musician. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Wali Abdul Muhammad, the composer for Lonnie Liston Smith’s “Bridge Through Time”, alleges that Chance used parts of […]
Ready Take One is a 14-track studio album with previously unreleased sounds from pianist and composer Erroll Garner and his band. The recordings date from 1967-1971, a few years before the jazz icon’s death. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Garner dominated the 2oth century. He received a Hollywood Walk of Fame star and 27 invitiations to appear […]
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Billie Holiday’s influence on jazz and blues will be felt at the Apollo in April.