Posts Tagged ‘Lori Williams-Chrisholm’

Jazz Setlist, Aug. 11-17: Loco for Local! (And Jerry Gonzalez)

Friday, August 12
Rashaan Carter is burning up New York as a busy freelancer (and regular in Wallace Roney's band) with a meaty but rough-hewn sound. But before that, he was a young jazz musician and student growing up in Washington, D.C., and playing jazz as a family affair. Specifically, he was a member of the [...]

Jazz Setlist, July 1-7: Jolley Brothers, Brian Settles, and More

Friday, July 2
Nathan and Noble Jolley Jr. are together one of the most powerful musical forces known to man. The twin sons of local legend Noble Jolly Sr., who passed away in 2003, play drums and keyboards, respectively, and swing each with such intensity and aggression that it can often seem like they're barely in [...]

Reviewed: Saltman Knowles’ Yesterday’s Man

Yesterday's Man is the third album by D.C.'s Saltman Knowles,the latest stop on the group's neverending quest for melody and hooks. This time, pianist William Knowles and bassist Mark Saltman lead an unusual octet that features a steel pan drummer (Victor Provost). Adventures in instrumentation aside, Yesterday's Man is the slickest Saltman Knowles production yet. [...]