March new releases: The JLCO with Jon Batiste, Bill Evans Trio, & more!


Jon Batiste and Wynton Marsalis headline this month's new releases!

News | Feb, 22nd 2017

There's great new music to check out in March, including the latest Blue Engine release featuring the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis featuring Jon Batiste! Click the covers for buy links and get listening; you can also scroll down and find all the albums in one image for sharing convenience!

Josh LawrenceColor Theory(March 3)

KneebodyAnti–Hero(March 3)

Joey DeFrancescoProject Freedom(March 10)

Harris EisenstadtRecent Developments(March 10)

Rebecca KilgoreThis and That(March 10)

Bill Evans TrioOn a Monday Evening(March 24)

Eliane EliasDance of Time(March 24)

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis ft. Jon BatisteThe Music of John Lewis(March 24)

Steve NelsonBrothers Under the Sun(March 24)

Christian Scott aTunde AdjuahRuler Rebel(March 31)

SomiPetite Afrique(March 31)

Tigran HamasyanAn Ancient Observer(March 31)

And here are all the albums in one roundup in case you'd like to share it with your fellow fans!



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