Wednesday Jul 2
Lady Gaga Duets with Tony Bennett, Elvis Costello with Diana Krall at the 2014 Mon
For those attending the 35th edition of the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal, which runs from June 26 through July 6, it's been a nonstop party.
The News Journal
Elvis Costello's aim is true at Grand
Elvis Costello's aim is true at Grand The British rockers performed a two-hour, triple-encore show at The Grand in Wilmington Friday night.
Elvis Costello to perform
Elvis Costello, perhaps best known for his performances with The Attractions and The Imposters, as well as concert appearances with pianist Steve Nieve, strode onto the late 1970s stages, where his bristling cynicism and anger linked him with the passion of the punk and new-wave explosion.
Elvis Costello's Aim Remains True: Concert Review
The wide breadth of Costello's songwriting talent is on ample display in this evening, which is sure to thrill his ardent fans.
The Globe and Mail
Some jazz with your poutine? Guide to Festival International de Jazz de Montreal
Not that you have to be a major jazz hound to sniff out great music there, as there will be plenty of pop between now and the festival's July 6 finale.
Elvis Costello w/Larkin Poe at the Ryman, 6/21/14
The Spin has seen Elvis Costello perform as many things over the years: the seething, syllable-spitting frontman of a tightly wound unit called The Attractions, one sweltering night in 1984 at Vanderbilt's Memorial Gym; the expansive focal point of a country-rock outfit called The Confederates, consisting of former Elvis 1.0 sidemen and early ... (more)
Diana Krall to Release New Album in September
There is new Diana Krall on the way! Five-time Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist and singer Krall, the wife of Elvis Costello, will release her new studio album on Verve Records on September 9. But there is a twist A- it is a covers release.
The Coquettes - "In Other Words"
The Chicago-based duo of Joe Cristo and Rob Volpendesta comprise The Coquettes, a jangly pop group whose hooks and delivery are polished enough to make the self-recorded title irrelevant.
Elvis Costello in his favorite listening room
Elvis Costello's career doesn't make the prospect of turning 30 any less intimidating.