Big Band Holidays: In Stores Now


Photography by Frank Stewart for Jazz at Lincoln Center

News | Nov, 13th 2015

We're excited to announce that BIG BAND HOLIDAYS, the first holiday album ever released by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, has arrived in stores. Featuring vocalists Cécile McLorin Salvant, Gregory Porter, and René Marie, the album is sure to make the Yuletide swing!

Want to know where you can buy your copy? Support your local independent record store and pick up a copy of BIG BAND HOLIDAYS today from any of the following: 

Zia
 Acoustic Sounds
 Silver Platters
 Rough Trade
 Hollywood Amoeba
 Audiophile Music Direct
 Euclid Records
 Mojo Music MD
 Indpendent Records
 Millenium Enterprises
 Grateful Records
 Waterloo
 Silver Platters
 Rasputin Music
 Sound Garden
 Millennium Enterprises
 Bull Moose Music
 Disc and Dat
 Electric Fetus
 Dearborn Music
 Easy Street Records
 Euclid Records
 Painted Smiles
 Grateful Records
 Destiny Music
 Von's Shop
 House of Guitars
 Forever Young Records
 Daddy Kool
 Pure Pop for Now People
 B-side Records & Tapes

BIG BAND HOLIDAYS is also available from:

Jazz at Lincoln Center
iTunes
Amazon
Spotify

The collection is perfect for both background music and deep listening on a cold winter’s night.

- Paste Magazine

 

 


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