180 Grams Season 1 follows Australian soul band The Teskey BrothersRead more
From the very beginning, the Glasgow International Jazz Festival brought some of the biggest names of jazz to the City – 1987’s programme included singer Sarah Vaughan, Chick Corea etc etc. Happens in Mid juneRead more
Welcome to a three day festival of Jazz, Funk & Soul, in one of the most beautiful parks in the UK. Head to Moseley Park, Birmingham from 12th-14th July 2019 for our Tenth Anniversary Celebrations!Read more
At the City of Miami Gardens, a weekend of great vibes, great weather and world class artists representing a dynamic mix of musical genres including Jazz, R&B, Neo-soul and World Beat. Artists for 2018 to be announced.Read more
With honeyed vocals, fierce rhymes and a bold eclectic style to match, 20-year-old KAIIT is alluring audiences to the sweet sound of soul.
It’s not often that you come across an upcoming artist, hailing from Melbourne, Australia, that has been co-signed by two Neo-Soul Queens, Jill Scott and Erykah Badu, as their musical love child from down under.
From a modest crowd of 6,000 when it began in 1990, Bluesfest now attracts an audience of over 100,000. It is regarded as the foremost destination festival in Australia & renowned for being a safe, fun, family-friendly event.Read more
Combine majestic, sweeping beaches, unspoilt bushland, an amazing and inspiring Island community and a whole bunch of awesome performers – and you have Island Vibe Festival.
From Australian reggae, soul and dub legends to international super stars, Island Vibe has been delivering the goods for nine years now.Read more
The Melbourne International Jazz Festival is an annual, world-class jazz festival first held in 1998.
The Festival takes place in concert halls, arts venues, jazz clubs and throughout the streets of Melbourne as the city comes alive with the spirit of jazz.Read more