September New Releases: Cécile McLorin Salvant, Christian McBride, the JLCO & Wynton Marsalis, & more!


Check out these new releases in September!

News | Sep, 3rd 2017

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis have an album coming out in September, as do many other jazz luminaries! Fall into autumn with this roundup of new releases. 

As always, click the covers for buy links; you can also scroll down and find all the albums in one image for sharing convenience.

John Beasley –  Monk’estra, Vol. 2(Sept. 1)


Fred HerschOpen Book(Sept. 8)

Bill CharlapUptown, Downtown(Sept. 8)

Gary Peacock TrioTangents(Sept. 8)

Arturo O’Farrill and Chucho ValdésFamilia: Tribute to Bebo & Chico(Sept. 15)

David VirellesGnosis(Sept. 15)

Dee Dee Bridgewater Memphis… Yes, I’m Ready(Sept. 15)

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra & Wynton MarsalisHandful of Keys(Sept. 15)

Christian McBride Big BandBringin’ It(Sept. 22)

Cécile McLorin SalvantDreams and Daggers(Sept. 29)

Kamasi WashingtonHarmony of Difference(Sept. 29)

Mark Guiliana Jazz QuartetJersey(Sept. 29)

And here are all the albums in one image in case you'd like to spread the word!



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