Warren Wolf has established himself as one of the go-to vibraphonists of his generation.
Whether working with the SFJAZZ Collective or with bassist Christian McBride, this Baltimore native has proven himself to be a master of the straight-ahead sound, in the vein of his predecessors Milt Jackson and Bobby Hutcherson.
For many, violinist Regina Carter set the blueprint for genre-blending. With nearly a dozen recordings in her catalog, she has been a major influence for string artists like Chelsey Green, The String Queens, Black Violin, Scott Tixier and more.
Cecily is a vocalist whose instrument truly mirrors her demeanor: tender, honest, and powerful. Since her 2018 album Songs of Love and Freedom was touted by Bandcamp as “The Best New Soul,” the music industry has been buzzing about her.