by Dave Segal
John McLaughlin and 4th Dimension, enacting a vital transformation. Dave Segal
Have you ever gone to a concert that was so overwhelmingly stimulating, so crammed with virtuosic musicianship, so spiritually uplifting, that you cried tears of gratitude at the end of it and forgot about the terminal shittiness of the world? Well, that happened to me last night at the Moore Theatre.
In an interview with Newsweek, jazz-fusion legend John McLaughlin discuses his work with the Mahavishnu Orchestra and Miles Davis, as he prepares for his farewell U.S. tour.
(Royal Room) Being John McLaughlin is the clever name for the local ad-hoc sextet tackling the phenomenally complex, combustible, and beautiful music of 1970s jazz-fusion deities Mahavishnu Orchestra. McLaughlin is, of course, MO's ...
Legendary guitarist John McLaughlin will be at The Howard Theatre on Sunday to close out the DC Jazz Festival. DCist interviewed him in advance of the show. [ more › ]
It's been two years since John McLaughlin released the highly acclaimed To the One (Abstract Logix, 2010) - his first studio recording with The 4th Dimension, the veteran guitar innovator's second longest-standing group since the ea...