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April 2017 Issue: The Late Great Larry Coryell

A short history of … “One O’Clock Jump” (Count Basie, 1937)

“One O’Clock Jump” was composed by Count Basie in 1937, in collaboration with saxophonist Buster Smith and arranger Eddie Durham. Basie had been a member of a band led by pianist Benny Moten for several years. When Moten died in...

10 new jazz albums (and reissues) you must know about: June 2017

So much jazz, so little time. JAZZIZ.com takes...

JAZZIZ Exclusive: Listen to Ricardo Silveira’s track from Jason Miles’ new album

Producer, keyboardist, and composer Jason Miles released his...

John Coltrane Photo By Don Schlitten, featured in CHASING TRANE The John Coltrane Documentary, by director John Scheinfeld

JAZZIZ Exclusive: Watch a clip from “Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary”

Chasing Trane is described as the definitive documentary film about Coltrane, an outside-the-box thinker with extraordinary talent whose boundary-shattering music continues to impact and influence people around the world.

Gary Smulyan Quartet Royalty at Le Duc: Live at Le Duc des Lombards

Gary Smulyan Quartet-Live at Le Duc des Lombards

Gary Smulyan Quartet Royalty at Le Duc: Live at Le Duc des Lombards (Groovin’ High)...

Yotam Silberstein The Village Cover Art

Yotam Silberstein The Village

Yotam Silberstein The Village (jazz&people) When music lovers think of places known for producing great...

Victor Provost Bright Eyes

Victor Provost – Bright Eyes

 Bright Eyes (Paquito) The steel pan isn’t an unknown quantity in jazz. Notable players such...

Listen to the debut single of Terrace Martin’s new supergroup

Multi-instrumentalist and producer Terrace Martin has announced a new collaborative group of musicians and producers. The jazz supergroup is called...

Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute announces NYO Jazz Program

Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute has announced the launch of NYO Jazz, a four-week intensive...

NYC Tap Festival celebrates Duke Ellington’s contribution to tap dance

Tap City, the New York City Tap Festival, will celebrate the legacy of bandleader Duke...

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