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Jazz at Lincoln Center announced today the formation of Blue Engine Records – a new platform that will make its vast archive of recorded concerts available to jazz audiences everywhere.   The label will release new studio and live recordings as well as archival recordings, some of which date back to 1987 and are part […]

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Montreux Goes Live

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The Montreux Jazz Festival is bringing itself to the world again this year. Since 2014, the Festival has made it possible to watch the Montreux Jazz Lab concerts live from its website. The Montreux Jazz Lab stage is dedicated to a prolific new generation of artists that deserve attention. This year, the line-up includes Jamie […]

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Jazz Roots Miami

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The Jazz Roots series has brought something fresh to Miami, and is one part of the city’s growing jazz scene. This year the series is returning to the Adrienne Arsht Center. It is the 10th anniversary of the series, and the eighth year it will feature “Jazz Roots — A Larry Rosen Jazz Series.” The […]

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The Complete Bill Evans on Fantasy

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On July 17, the Concord Music Group is set to reissue The Complete Fantasy Records of Bill Evans. The nine-CD box set will include 98 studio and live performances, all recorded from 1973 until 1979. That encompasses the pianist’s complete body of work for the Fantasy label, an association which ended about a year before […]

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JAZZIZ is Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of Erroll Garner’s Album

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JAZZIZ is Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of Erroll Garner’s album The Complete Concert By the Sea – One of the best-selling jazz albums of all time. This 3-CD set has been digitally remastered and features 11 never-before released tracks, bonus commentary and interviews with the trio at the concert from 60 years ago. Produced by […]

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Jazz in Woodlawn Cemetery

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In the 1920s, an old parlor game inspired a method of incremental collaboration among visual artists and poets, which became known as “exquisite corpse.” On Sunday, June 21, 2015, at 4 p.m., NPR Music, Jazz at Lincoln Center and Make Music New York (MMNY) will apply that same playful tradition to music in a public […]

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Ornette Coleman Passes

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With sadness in our hearts, we report that Ornette Coleman, a true jazz trailblazer and innovator, died today at the age of 85. A family member said the cause was cardiac arrest. Tributes to Coleman and obits about him are appearing all over the Web. Here’s a couple takes, the first from New York Times […]

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Ahmad Jamal Honored at NEC

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As news, this item is slightly dated, but we thought you still might like to see a photo of Ahmad Jamal receiving an honorary Doctor of Music degree from New England Conservatory President Tony Woodcock. Jamal received the degree at NEC’s 144th annual Commencement Exercises on May 17. During the ceremony, approximately 245 graduating students […]

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ASCAP to Add Four Music Greats to the ASCAP Jazz Wall of Fame

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The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is a professional membership organization of songwriters, composers and music publishers of every kind of music. ASCAP President & Chairman Paul Williams this week announced that ASCAP will add four music greats to the ASCAP Jazz Wall of Fame on Monday, June 15th, 2015 at 5:00 […]

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