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Louis Armstrong’s Wonderful World Festival in Queens, New York City, July 16

The Louis Armstrong’s Wonderful World festival is set to take place on July 16 in…

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Alicia Keys uses new technology to ban phones at her shows

R&B songstress Alicia Keys has adopted a strict no-cell phone policy at her concert performances….

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2017 Saint-Émilion Jazz Festival program unveiled

The Saint-Émilion Jazz Festival has announced the program of its fifth edition, which will take…

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Roberto Plá to lead a 20-piece orchestra at London’s Barbican, July 16

Colombian percussionist Roberto Plá will be leading a 20-piece salsa orchestra performing the music of…

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Jazz at Chicago’s 2016 Pitchfork Festival

This year’s Pitchfork Music Festival is set to run at Union Park, Chicago from the…

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Steely Dan performed sold-out set at 2016 Opening Night at the Hollywood Bowl

The Hollywood Bowl launched its 95th season with a sold-out 2016 Opening Night Concert headlined…

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Jazztopad Festival to bring leading Polish jazz ensembles to the United States

A special edition of Wrocław’s Jazztopad Festival is bringing leading Polish ensembles to the United…

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2017 NEA Jazz Masters announced

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has announced the 2017 Jazz Masters Fellows, recipients…

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NJPAC and Rutgers partner for annual all-female jazz residency in Newark

The third annual All-Female Jazz Residency of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), in…

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Coco Schumann’s autobiography, “The Ghetto Swinger,” out now

The Ghetto Swinger, the autobiography of German guitarist, composer, arranger and producer Coco Schumann, was…

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Rhino releases six-vinyl set of Coltrane’s Atlantic Records albums

To coincide with the release of Chasin’ Trane, a new documentary about Coltrane’s life and…

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10th Hot Jazz / Cool Garden series celebrates Louis Armstrong

The Louis Armstrong House Museum will be presenting the 10th edition of its signature concert…

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BADBADNOTGOOD opening for Herbie Hancock at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn!, August 11

BADBADNOTGOOD has been added to the line-up of the August 11 concert at the BRIC…

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Manfred Eicher received honorary doctorate in Estonia

Founder and producer of the record label ECM Manfred Eicher has received an honorary doctorate…

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Chick Corea to play 80 shows during a two-month residency to celebrate his 75th birthday

On June 12, Chick Corea will turn 75. To celebrate, he’ll move to New York…

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Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club will take to the high seas on February 2017

London’s Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club has formed a new partnership with the Contemporary Jazz Cruise…

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Playboy Jazz Festival kicks off this weekend

By: Joe Pye The 38th Playboy Jazz festival will take place on Saturday, June 11,…

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Marquis Hill to release his Concord Jazz debut album

Trumpeter Marquis Hill, winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition in 2014, will be…

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Tim Garland’s upcoming UK tour dates

Saxophonist, bandleader and composer Tim Garland’s latest album One was released on April 21 and…

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Apartment in Miles Davis’ old townhouse has been sold.

By: Joe Pye On May 5, an apartment in Miles Davis’ old Upper West Side…

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