Jazz

Bluesfest 2012

Nick Lowe, Ronnie Wood, Van Morrison, Brand New Heavies, Hugh Laurie, Ian Siegal, Matt Schofield, Mick Taylor and Tom Jones are some of the British acts, who along with international stars Erykah Badu, Eric Bibb, Robert Cray and George Benson are performing as part of this year's London and Manchester Bluesfest.

Jack Bruce launches new supergroup

Legendary Cream bassist Jack Bruce has formed a new supergroup with members of Living Colour, Santana and Medeski Martin & Wood called Spectrum Road.

M meets… Belleruche

Belleruche were formed in 2005 when Ricky Fabulous and Tim Goodwin (AKA DJ Modest) were joined by vocalist Kathrin deBoer.

January Blues with The Toy Hearts

JANUARY BLUES: The Toy Hearts are a blues-tinged Americana band who's sound is steeped in the soul of the deep south. Drawing on influences from the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi Delta, the father and daughter trio have won plaudits across Europe and the US for their raw live performances and intricate adaptations of the traditional bluegrass sound.

Live jazz in Wimbledon

A new monthly Saturday night live music club - Saturday Night Live! launches at The Colour House Theatre at Merton Abbey Mills, near South Wimbledon.

M meets… Arun Ghosh part two

Watch the second part of M's interview with Arun Ghosh. The clarinetist plays a fusion of music that has been termed Indo-Jazz.

M meets… Arun Ghosh

Clarinetist Arun Ghosh's music draws on influences from his Indian Heritage, upbringing in Bolton, education in Manchester and current home in London.

Liz Green part one

Although she grew up in the North-West of England, there's a lot about Liz Green that makes a listener think of the American deep south or a windblown mid-western prairie.