New acoustic release: Jean Luc Ponty, Stanley Clarke, and Bireli Lagrene present ‘D-Stringz’
Dec 3, 2015
Jean Luc is pleased to announce this new acoustic trio work to his fans, entitled “D-Stringz”, with Stanley Clarke (double bass) and Bireli Lagrene (acoustic guitar), which has been released by Verve/Universal in North America, and by Impulse/Universal in Europe. This new recording features a blend of jazz standards and original compositions from all three of these musicians.
AndersonPonty Band Featuring Music Icons Jon Anderson & Jean Luc Ponty To Release New CD/DVD “Better Late Than Never”
Aug 5, 2015
Los Angeles - One of the most eagerly awaited releases of 2015 by the AndersonPonty Band, featuring music icons Jon Anderson and Jean Luc Ponty, has been released in September 2015 ! “Better Late Than Never” is the new album taken from a live performance, and enhanced with innovative production. The package includes a bonus DVD featuring outstanding performances by the band captured in September 2014 at the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, Colorado.
The basics of music copyright issues
Mar 9, 2015
In response to several questions about recordings, here is some basic information on music copyright issues. More detailed questions about any use of Jean-Luc's music should be submitted to this website.
Website update: New message board system
Feb 19, 2015
Over the next months the Jean Luc Ponty website will be undergoing some improvements. We have started by replacing the message board with a Disqus commenting system. This switch was done to make things a little easier on the technical front via better spam control and moderation tools, as well as to encourage interaction among fans by providing a "reply" feature and threaded conversation format.
LIVRE SUR MICHEL WARLOP
Jan 24, 2014
Michel Warlop fut le tout premier grand violoniste de jazz en France, avant Stéphane Grappelli. Mort à 36 ans il fut malheureusement vite oublié. Pierre Guingamp a réparé cette injustice en écrivant un livre passionnant sur la vie de ce fabuleux violoniste, nous éclairant également sur les débuts du jazz en France.