Grammy nominee for Best Latin Jazz Album Recorded on location in New Orleans, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Cuba. Billboard Latin Music Award nominee for Latin Jazz Album of the Year 2002 #1 local CD of 2001 – Times-Picayune
#4 on NY Times Best CDs of 2000 “A major new force in Jazz” – CMJ “The Hombres take their rightful place among the top tier of modern Cuban-influenced combos”. 4 stars.- Downbeat OffBEAT Magazine winner for Best Contemporary Jazz Album and Best Latin Album
Carnival celebrations around the world. Billboard Latin Music Award finalist for Latin Jazz Album of the Year. Guests include Trombone Shorty, Rebirth Brass Band, John Boutte, Kermit Ruffins and many more.
Billboard Latin Music Award nominee for Latin Jazz Album of the Year 2004 “One of the smartest, and most fun, bands anywhere – Michael Agovino, Newsweek.com “brilliant travelogue” – David Fricke, Rolling Stone “Mission accomplished” – Philip Booth, Downbeat
From the youngest member of the musical family named NEA Jazz Masters, the debut CD of Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet. Jason is recognized as a leader on Vibes by Downbeat Magazine’s critics and readers. Street date: 2/19/13.
An All-Star Roster of Basin Street Records Recording Artists gathered together for an outstanding night of music at the Little Gem Saloon. Featuring: Jason Marsalis, Kermit Ruffins, Irvin Mayfield, Bill Summers, Dr. Michael White, and Davell Crawford.