George Duke

George Duke

Introduced by Frank Zappa as an outstanding keyboardist, George Duke later evolved into a groove master blending jazz, funk, rock and soul with his solo albums. He made a place in the Jazz world as a band leader, producer and an innovative composer, creating beautiful...
Eddie Henderson

Eddie Henderson

An exceptionally talented trumpet and flugelhorn player with a style of his own, Eddie Henderson was discovered and encouraged at an early age by jazz greats like Louis Armstrong and Miles Davis. He gained wide popularity starting with Herbie Hancock‘s Mwandishi...
The Crusaders

The Crusaders

Rebellious, soulful and visionary! That’s what The Crusaders is to SomehowJazz. Coming out of the Bebop era, playing a very different style of music than everybody else for a decade, the band members erupted their musicianship through mastering their...
Billy Cobham

Billy Cobham

Drummer extraordinaire Billy Cobham stands out with his impeccable open-handed drumming technique and his influential style. He stormed the jazz world with complex progressive jazz tunes as a soloist drummer along with other heavy instrumentalists such as John...