By Jeff! He’s Gone And Done It! Jeff Goldblum Scores Second Number 1 Album With ‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’

When first album, ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’ debuted at the top spot on the UK Official Jazz and Blues Albums Chart last year, many might have thought it a mere fluke. But when the second album from Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, ‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’, released on 1 November, repeated the same path as the first, people are sitting up and taking notice.

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‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’, But Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra Have A New Album Out

As announced at the Glastonbury Festival back in the summer, Jeff Goldblum has a new album out. ‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’, the follow up to his debut, ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’, is set for release this Friday, November 1.

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Jeff Goldblum And Miley Cyrus Join Forces On New Single, ‘The Thrill Is Gone’, Taken From His Upcoming Album ‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’

Always full of surprises, Hollywood icon & jazz pianist Jeff Goldblum today announces he has teamed up with global superstar singer, songwriter and actress Miley Cyrus for his new song, a cover of Chet Baker’s, ‘The Thrill is Gone,’ to be released on November 1. The song features on his new album, ‘I Shouldn’t Be Telling You This’, the follow-up to his debut, ‘The Capitol Studio Sessions’, which he released last year, along with his long-term band, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra. The new album will also be released on November 1, through Decca Records.

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JEFF GOLDBLUM Reveals New Album Details And Star Duet Partners

‘I SHOULDN’T BE TELLING YOU THIS’, Jeff Goldblum’s sophomore album, will be released globally on 1 November, through Decca Records.

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Gregory Porter Announces, ‘The Hang’ – A Brand New Podcast Series

He has made chart history by bringing jazz back to the masses, won Grammys, graced the iconic Pyramid Stage and the world’s most prestigious gig venues, performed for the Queen, appeared on the biggest TV shows, and now he has his very own podcast.

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JEFF GOLDBLUM ANNOUNCES ALBUM NO.2 FROM GLASTONBURY STAGE

After the tremendous success of his debut album last year, Jeff Goldblum yesterday revealed he is to release a second album on his record label Decca.

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Holy Moly & The Crackers – ‘Take A Bite’

Released on 5 April this year through Pink Lane Records, ‘Take A Bite’, by Holy Moly & The Crackers is a fast paced romp with a female vocalist whose seductively rich tones could give Imelda May a run for her money.

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Kieron Garrett: “Electro Funk Project Synthonic Releases Highly Anticipated New Single Divergence

Divergence is the newly released, energetic, funk-based single by U.K. Electro Funk Project, Synthonic. Composer, pianist, and Tuba player Kieron Garrett is the master-mind behind this eclectic, effervescent and compelling project. Garrett writes, records, and produces the project and will be releasing equally sophisticated tracks in the near future.

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Nancy Ruth – ‘Todo Para Ti (All For You)’

Spanish-Canadian singer-songwriter Nancy Ruth fuses jazz, Latin music, experimental rock, and flamenco and leads the charge to the reinvigoration of Flamenco music. Her latest single, ‘Todo Para Ti (All For You)’, is a lightning-flash of guitar and vocals, radiating passion for life, and love, all the while showing what is possible with music.

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Rocky Dawuni – ‘Beats of Zion’ and ‘Wickedest Sound’

In 2015 Rocky Dawuni became the first Ghanaian to be nominated for a GRAMMY Award, for his electrifying sixth album, ‘Branches Of The Same Tree’, in the Best Reggae Album category. Dawuni isn’t strictly a Reggae artist; he encorporates the style into his music, but it’s part of an amalgam of styles, including Afrobeat, Highlife, traditional Ghanaian folk, dancehall, jazz, North American soul, RnB, and electropop. He calls his sound Afro Roots: there’s nothing else quite like it.

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Kristen Lee Sergeant -‘Balm/Burn’

Kristen Lee Sergeant is a jazz vocalist who always seems to be singing about fire. Even her website greets the visitor with a curl of animated smoke, and her album, which contains a brilliant cover of ‘Smoke Gets In Your Eyes’, is entitled, ‘Smolder’. Her latest self-penned single, ‘Balm/Burn’, also uses the metaphor of the flame – as well as the salve to heal it – to take a closer look at a rocky romantic relationship.

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Dan Says – Week Seven

Music is such a universal language that brings people all of different races, ages and backgrounds together…it’s amazing that you can be in a venue of 40,000 people or 2,000 people and everyone has their own story of why they’re there.

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Good Vibes Only: We Speak Exclusively To Chiara King

Last week we introduced you to up and coming London-based singer songwriter Chiara King, and her new single, ‘Dancing With Me’, featuring Remo The…

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Earthquake Lights – ‘Moonlight’

‘Moonlight’ is the latest release from Earthquake Lights, a delicate, hypnotic, and very appealing track built on a chord progression that teases resolution but never achieves it. It’s accompanied by a music video shot by prolific Korean-American artist, Minu Park, whose work has been recognised by the great Werner Herzog.

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Ashley Wilson Wants To ‘Paint The Sky’

Based in San Francisco, Ashley Wilson’s new album, ‘Paint The Sky’, will immediately strike you as somehow very familiar, while at the same time, something you’ve never heard before. Jazz-influenced, with a touch of pop and country folk, there’s bound to be a song for everyone on the album.

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Hannah Grace Starts 2019 With The Beautiful ‘With You’

Hannah Grace kicks off 2019 with soulful, jazz-influenced single, ‘With You’.

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