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The Louis Armstrong House Museum celebrates Jazz Appreciation Month this April

Throughout the month of April, the Louis Armstrong House Museum in New York City will…

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Organist Dr. Lonnie Smith sets U.S. tour dates

Organist Dr. Lonnie Smith has embarked on a U.S. tour in support of his current…

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Ornette Coleman scored film screened in NY for the first time in 50 years

Who’s Crazy?, a 1965 experimental film directed by Thomas White, screened in New York City…

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“Symposium in the Drum: From Africa to the New World,” New School, Mar. 31

New School Jazz Artist-in-residence, pianist Randy Weston, will be participating in a free special event…

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Jazz educator and musician David Baker dies, aged 83

Musician, composer and educator David Baker passed away on March 26 at the age of…

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Free online archive featuring 1000s of hours of early jazz recordings

David W. Niven was a high school teacher from New Jersey, and a big fan…

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Pat Metheny to release two new albums on May 6

Pat Metheny will be releasing two new albums on May 6; The Unity Sessions and…

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Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis celebrates Broadway

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and guest vocalist Kate Davis will…

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Marcus Strickland’s Twi-Life new album “Nihil Novi” out on April 15

Marcus Strickland’s Twi-Life will be releasing their debut album for Blue Note/Revive Music on April…

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First round of names for this year’s EFG London Jazz Festival announced

The first names have been announced for this year’s EFG London Jazz Festival, which takes…

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Sonny Rollins’ “Holding the Stage: Road Shows, Vol.4” out in April

Sonny Rollins’ latest foray into his vast archive Holding the Stage: Road Shows, vol 4,…

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Sun Ra Arkestra to headline second annual Beacon Jazz Festival

The second annual Beacon Jazz Festival, which was created as a celebration of jazz alongside…

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The 17th Cape Town International Jazz Festival runs on April 1-2

This year’s 17th Cape Town International Jazz Festival will take place at the Cape Town…

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U.S. Postal Service to issue Sarah Vaughan stamp, March 29

On August 20, it was announced that the U.S. Postal Service would honor the legacy…

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Monterey Jazz Festival to welcome Japan’s Tomisato High School Mad Hatters

Since 1989, the Monterey Jazz Festival has been running a cultural exchange program, which involves…

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Moe Koffman’s “Swinging Shepherd Blues” inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

The Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame announced the induction of “Swinging Shepherd Blues,” composed by…

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Upcoming promotional events ahead of Born to Be Blue and Miles Ahead releases

Over the coming weeks, two films centered around two of iconic figures of jazz history…

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Bassist Christian McBride appointed as Newport Jazz Festival artistic director

Bassist Christian McBride has been appointed as the new artistic director of the Newport Jazz…

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Columbia/Legacy celebrates Miles Davis with two new releases

Columbia/Legacy will be releasing two Miles Davis related albums helmed by pianist and producer Robert…

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Evan Parker’s “green” tour of Europe

English saxophonist Evan Parker embarked on a “green tour” across Europe on February, which will…

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