The suit classifies The Great 78 Project as an “effort to willfully defy copyright law on an astonishing scale.” But the case is not so cut and dry.
Recently unearthed footage showcases the timeless beauty of the uniquely-Black Chicago end-of-summer ritual.
Festival showcased an intergenerational genre blurring ethos, in line with the newly-minted Alternative Jazz Grammy category.
The visionary show, running at the Art Institute of Chicago until July 24, further illuminates the expansive work of the late photographer and writer.
The “master of time” who recorded in blockbuster jazz combos passed away May 23. He was 91.
A dive into Turner’s early discography, curated by Ayana Contreras.
The beloved pop-soul singer/songwriter dropped a brand new album May 5 and is in the thick of a US tour, all while evangelizing a positive outlook on life… despite an acquaintance with the spectre of heartbreak.
Teedra Moses stopped by the Vocalo studio to discuss her career as an independent artist and new release on the horizon.
The otherworldly-voiced singer, endorsed by the likes of Anita Baker and Lakeith Stanfield, is mindfully carrying on a tradition that she clearly treasures.
The lasting impact of workers’s rights violations carried out by El Milagro Tortillas — a culturally significant food staple for many in Chicago’s Latinx community.