MCMVol 3 (Album Review Link)

I recently got a really flattering review for MidCentury Modern Vol. 3 from Russell Trunk at Exclusive Magazine. He writes: 

Good Afternoon, Gabe,

I hope you are well and thank you for the link, so here is the new review now of your CD that is live in the magazine:

https://annecarlini.com/ex_cd.php?id=4617

Please be aware that we are here for you any time you release a new album, my friend 😊

Until the next time, take care, be well and God Bless.

Sincerely,

Russell A. Trunk

Director & Editor in Chief

ExclusiveMagazine.com

2242 Browning Street

Ferndale, MI 48220

United States


Around the World with Gabriel in Concert

"Look out Rick Braun. Move over Chris Botti. Gabriel Mark Hasselbach is a talent to be reckoned with."  Joseph Bertie The Warner Music Group

Gabriel Mark Hasselbach is an anomaly in the jazz world, an award-winning mad-skills hornmeister on trumpet, flute, flugelhorn and more, who walks a tightrope over the great jazz divide. Gabriel can command any size stage, and brings his engaging show to audiences all over the world. His concerts combine the Contemporary and the Mainstream styles, and can also get down in a MAINSTREAM & NEW ORLEANS bag.

Gabriel has eleven Billboard hits (and several top 5's as featured artist with Paul Hardcastle and Bob Baldwin on their projects), plus the 2011 Smooth Album of the Year, and has performed and/or recorded with Jazz royalty for years, including Larry Coryell, Chuck Loeb, Paul Brown, Jeff Lorber, Marc Antoine, Greg Manning, Bob James, Warren Hill, Darren Rahn, Brian Bromberg, Bob Mintzer, Rob TardikSteve Oliver, and even George Benson and Gino Vanelli. When it comes to reviews of his 14 albums critics have always gushed.

Algarve Jazz Festival, Portugal

Rocky Point Festival

San Pancho Festival, Mexico

Gabriel feat. Jeff Lorber, live in Las Vegas

Highlights from the Chandler Jazz Fest, Arizona

Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards Show


Highlights from a CD release show

Maui Jazz Festival

UnReal Blues Live at Frankie's 

Tohono Chul  AZ w/ Crystal Stark

with George Benson

Check out the video for Mississippi Jump 

and check out his bona fides with his hit single Charmed Life

plus Open Invitation album highlights:


Gabriel also can get down in a MAINSTREAM & NEW ORLEANS bag.

BOLO 4 GABRIEL: http://www.linktr.ee/GabrielJazz



Jazz Music Awards finalists announced

Jazz Music Awards finalists announced!

Presented by Jazz 91.9 WCLK, the Jazz Music Awards recognizes “a broad spectrum of creators within the national and international jazz world, from mainstream and contemporary musicians, vocalists, and big bands, to composers, individual songs, and full-length albums,” according to a release from the station. It's a big deal across the spectrum: 

https://www.billboard.com/music/awards/2022-jazz-music-awards-nominations-1235130441/amp/

Looks like I made the finalist list:

Jazz Music Awards Best Contemporary Album

Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, Tongue & Groove      https://ingroov.es/tongue-groove

Bob Baldwin, The Stay at Home Series, Volume 1

Brian Culbertson, The Trilogy Red

Sonny Emory, Soul Ascension


See the whole deal at the Billboard site:

https://www.billboard.com/music/awards/2022-jazz-music-awards-nominations-1235130441/amp/

and at the Jazz Awards site:

https://www.billboard.com/music/awards/jazz-music-awards-2022-9657919/

PRESS RELEASE

Gabriel in New Orleans!

Gabriel is an internationally known, award-winning hornmeister (www.GabrielJazz.com) with eleven Billboard hits. Besides playing festivals all around the world, he was in NOLA during the 2018 Jazz Fest for a series of CD release shows for his MidCentury Modern Vol 1 album, the first of a series which now includes Vol. 2 & 3.

He performed at The New Orleans Jazz Museum, The Mahogany Jazz Hall, Snug Harbor (with the Uptown Jazz Orchestra), The Spotted Cat, and Fritzels, and guested at Kermit Ruffins' Mother-In-Law Lounge. Gabriel on trumpet, flute, and flugelhorn.

Gabriel at Snug Harbor with the Uptown Jazz Orchestra


Gabriel at Fritzel's with the New Orleans Jazz Band

Gabriel at the Spotted Cat


'Comin' Home for Mardi Gras' (official)


Mississippi Jump (official)  


Gabriel at the New Orleans Jazz Museum: 'Rockin' the Ribjoint'


Gabriel at the New Orleans Jazz Museum: 'King James'

Gabriel at the New Orleans Jazz Museum: 'Comin' Home for Mardi Gras'

Gabriel at the New Orleans Jazz Museum: 'Mississippi Jump'

Gabriel at the New Orleans Jazz Museum: 'Tempting Fate'

Gabriel's New Orleans Street Party (concert video)


Gabriel at the Hideway

Gabriel at Frankie's (concert video)








BILLBOARD HISTORY FOR GABRIEL

BILLBOARD HISTORY FOR GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH 

Artist Chart History: GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH, JSI

Debut

Peak

Cert

Title
Imprint & Number / Label

Artist

Chart
Weeks

30 01/08/11

30 01/08/11

 

ROCKIN' THE RIBJOINT Windtunnel  

GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH

1

26 09/01/12

15 09/22/12

 

STARPIXIE Windtunnel  

GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH

10

24 03/02/13

13 03/16/13

 

LOCK IT UP Windtunnel  

GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH FEATURING WALLE LARSSON

15

23 10/26/13

5 03/15/14

 

SEABREEZE City Sketches /  

BOB BALDWIN FEATURING GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH

24

29 03/15/14

28 03/22/14

 

READY WHEN YOU ARE Windtunnel  

GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH

5

24 05/31/14

8 07/19/14

 

CHAMELEON 3000 City Sketches /  

BOB BALDWIN FEATURING RAGAN WHITESIDE & GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH

16

24 02/28/15

17 03/21/15

 

PROPULSION Windtunnel  

GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH FEATURING GREG MANNING

9

28 10/15/16

19 01/07/17

 

CHARMED LIFE Windtunnel  

GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH FEATURING BOB BALDWIN

20

30 04/29/17

28 05/27/17

 

MOBILE AND GLOBAL City Sketches /  

BOB BALDWIN FEATURING GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH

6

29 06/01/19

23 06/15/19

 

WAY AFTER 8 Windtunnel /  

GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH FEATURING RONNY JORDAN

12

29 09/11/21

29 09/11/21

 

CHILL@WILL Windtunnel / Mesa/Bluemoon 

GABRIEL MARK HASSELBACH FEATURING BOB BALDWIN

1

 

Summary

Total # Charted Titles:

 11

Weeks at # 30 or higher :

 119


Number of #1 Titles:

 0

Number of Top 10 Titles:

 2

Number of #1 Debut Titles:

 0

Number of Top 10 Debut Titles:

 0

Number of Platinum Titles:

 0

Total Chartweeks:

 119

Please let me know if there is anything else.

Enjoy your weekend and stay safe

Alex Vitoulis

Billboard Magazine

Associate Director Charts Production Manager/Archive Research Manager

Chart Manager: Blues, Classical, Comedy, Jazz, Kid Audio, Music Video, New Age, Reggae, Vinyl & World

Recaps Assistant

475 FIFTH AVENUE, 4th Floor, NEW YORK, NY 10017

Email: alex.vitoulis@billboard.com  

Mobile:516-317-0552    |    Twitter: @jawsfin

IM:Alex V BPI

www.billboard.com

www.billboard.com/business

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www.hollywoodreporter.com/style

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: Gabriel Mark Hasselbach <gmh@gabrieljazz.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 11, 2022 11:00 AM
To: Alex Vitoulis <alex.vitoulis@billboard.com>
Subject: Re: Missing artist history links

 

Thanks for responding Alex.

This is very hard news to swallow, and I am sure I’m not the first or last to be affected and reach out to Billboard.

Is there ANY CHANCE you could send me a pdf of my history, or even a few screen grabs I could stitch together in photoshop? 

As you know, it is ever harder to get a leg up these days, especially for smaller artists,  and Billboard is the metric for showing some success and acceptance in the marketplace. 

The image in pdf, or screen grabs in png, or jpg would be so very much APPRECIATED!

 

Please take a moment to help me get back to being a Billboard artist!

 

Cheers

 

Gabriel 

 

 

On Sat, Jun 11, 2022 at 7:23 AM Alex Vitoulis <alex.vitoulis@billboard.com> wrote:

Gabriel,

Thanks so much for reaching out.  Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done at this time, to get your artist page back up. Our website is being revamped and many pages that were up on our site have been removed.  The reason they were is that they had been fed to us from 3rd party sources that we no longer have contracts, so we had to remove them ☹.  I was told all artist pages have now been moved in-house and we, at this time, do not have the manpower to create pages for all artists that previously had pages. I don’t have any ETA as to when or if all artist pages that were previously up will be re-added. If anyone needs to verify chart info, they can reach out to me, and I can verify. So sorry for any inconvenience.

Have a nice weekend and stay safe

Alex Vitoulis

Billboard Magazine

Associate Director Charts Production Manager/Archive Research Manager

Chart Manager: Blues, Classical, Comedy, Jazz, Kid Audio, Music Video, New Age, Reggae, Vinyl & World

Recaps Assistant

475 FIFTH AVENUE, 4th Floor, NEW YORK, NY 10017

Email: alex.vitoulis@billboard.com  

Mobile:516-317-0552    |    Twitter: @jawsfin

IM:Alex V BPI

www.billboard.com

www.billboard.com/business

www.hollywoodreporter.com

www.hollywoodreporter.com/style

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: Gabriel Mark Hasselbach <gmh@gabrieljazz.com>
Sent: Saturday, June 11, 2022 12:26 AM
To: Rena Gross -Billboard Website <rena.gross@billboard.com>; Billboard Feedback <feedback@billboard.com>
Subject: Missing artist history links

 

Help!!!!

 

Can you check with your web team ? They changed all the personal chart history links!?!

We all use them for our promotions! Mine was 

 

And it has been moved! to where, please!!!??

 

 

--

From Gabriel
Sent from Mobile
https://linktr.ee/GabrielJazz

--

From Gabriel
Sent from Mobile
https://linktr.ee/GabrielJazz

--
From Gabriel
Sent from Mobile
https://linktr.ee/GabrielJazz

Don’t miss Sunday Jazz with Gabriel!

Be cool this Yule 
 
 
 
 
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The Admiral Pub & Grill hosts GabrielJazz
every Sunday 5-8pm. Don’t miss 
the jazz jam segment with special guests 
@ 4125 Hastings, Burnaby

Update: Our City Tonight TV Interview

 
 


 



Gabriel Mark Hasselbach

www.linktr.ee/GabrielJazz

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JAZZ JOURNALIST ASSOC. POST

Note from Gabriel: Not only did I make the year-end list, but so did my fantastic pianist friend Jeremy Monteiro, TWICE!

From Jazz Journalist and Critic, Dee Dee McNeil

HAPPY HOLIDAYS to all contributing press and promotion folks.  I have enjoyed listening to and reviewing your amazing artists.  I look forward to listening and lending my opinions in 2022.

As a member of the JJA (Jazz Journalist Association) we are encouraged to submit some of our favorite artists that we listened to in 2021.  Some of your artists may be listed in my current list.

Over the course of three decades, the Jazz Journalists Association has developed from being a loose coalition of like-minded professional writers, photographers and broadcasters to a 501 (c) (3) non-profit with global outreach through its online programs and community-based initiatives.  If you're not already a member, I encourage you to join the JJA.

BEST OF JAZZ FROM JJA MEMBERS

Michael Wolff, "Live at Vitellos"
Jeremy Monteiro & Jazz Anderson
Lewis Nash - "Live at No Black Tie"
Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra - "Virtual Birdland"
Henry "Skipper" Franklin - "Showers & Blessings"
Noah Haidu/Buster Williams/Billy Hart - "Slowly:Song for Keith Jarrett"
Wadada Leo Smith/Milford Graves/Bill Laswell - "Sacred Ceremonies"
Brian Bromberg - "A Little Driving Music"
Ralph Peterson - "Raise Up Off Me"
Roy Hargrove & Mulgrew Miller - "In Harmony"
Gabriel Mark Hasselbach - "Tongue & Groove"
Tanya Dennis - "White Sails Blue Skies"
Generations - "The Baylor Project"
Harold Land - "Westward Bound"
Graham Dechter - "Major Influence"
Kenny Garrett - "Sounds From the Ancestors"
Antonio Adolfo - "Jobim Forever"
The Jazz All Stars - Vol 1.
Freddie Hubbard - "The Hub of Hubbard"
Oscar Paterson - "Motions & Emotions"
Renee Rosnes - "Kinds of Love"
Joey DeFrancesco - "More Music"
Lady Blackbird - "Black Acid Soul"
Ella Fitzgerald - "Sunshine of your love"
Laufey & Philharmonic Orchestra
Kirk Lightsey - "I Will Never Stop Loving You"
Joe Farnsworth - "City of Sounds"
Gerry Gibbs Thrasher Dream Trios - "Songs From My Father"
The Temple University Jazz Band - "Without You No Me Honoring Legacy of Jimmy Heath"
Brandon Goldberg - "In Good Time"
Carlos Henriquez - "The South Bronx Story"
Jazzmiea Horn & Her Noble Force - "Dear Love"
Gonzalo Rubalcaba/Ron Carter/Jack DeJohnette - "Skyline"
Shedrick Mitchell - "What Do you Say"
Nicholas Payton/Ron Carter/Karriem Riggins/George Coleman - "Smoke Sessions"
Jeremy Monteiro & Alberto Marisico - "Jazz Blues Brothers"
Paul Jost - "While We Were Gone"
A Gift to Pops
Oscar Peterson - "A Time for Love: Live in Helsinki - 1987
Mark Zaleski Band - "Our Time Re-imagining Dave Brubeck"
Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga - "Cheek to Cheek"
Michael Stephenson Meets Alexander Claffy Trio
Harold Mabern - "Mabern Plays Coltrane
John Coltrane - "A Love Supreme - 1965

Peace & Blessings,

Dee Dee McNeil / Jazz Journalist
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