Kurt Elling and Charlie Hunter, ‘SuperBlue: The Iridescent Spree’ (Edition) | Review


By Michael Roberts There’s nothing sexier than confidence, and Kurt Elling’s overflowing with it. Having long since established his place among the preeminent jazz vocalists of his generation, he knows he can take any kind of artistic risk and the results will be cool, simply because he’s the one doing it — which is one

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