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September 2017 Issue
August 2017



John McLaughlin awarded Berklee honorary degree

Guitarist, composer, and pioneering John McLaughlin was awarded an honorary doctor of music degree at…

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Gregory Porter to play intimate gig in someone’s house for charity

Vocalist Gregory Porter will be joining over a thousand artists who are set to perform…

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Quincy Jones to launch first streaming service dedicated to jazz

Composer, producer, and bandleader Quincy Jones announced on stage at this year’s Montreux Jazz Festival…

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Santana and the Isley Brothers collaborate on new album

Guitarist Carlos Santana and his wife, drummer Cindy Blackman, have collaborated with the Isley Brothers on…

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Watch video on how this rare Bill Evans record came to life

Another Time: The Hilversum Concert is a rare recording of pianist Bill Evans’ trio featuring…

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Jazz featured in new politically charged Tate Modern exhibition

“Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power” is an exhibition exploring…

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Claude Nobs statue unveiled in Montreux, Switzerland

A bronze statue of Claude Nobs, the legendary founder and general manager of the Montreux…

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Melanie De Biasio to release her new album on October 6

Belgian singer and multi-instrumentalist Melanie De Biasio is set to release her new album, Lilies,…

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Herbie Hancock to teach his first ever online class

Pianist and composer Herbie Hancock will teach his first ever online class exclusively with the…

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Soft Machine return to London’s Royal Albert Hall, June 29

British jazz-rock group Soft Machine will be playing a special gig at the Elgar Room…

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Sonny Rollins’ personal archive acquired

The New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture – located in…

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National Endowment for the Arts names 2018 Jazz Masters

The 2018 recipients of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Jazz Masters award have…

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Detroit names street after Aretha Franklin

Vocalist Aretha Franklin’s hometown of Detroit, Michigan, has named a street after her. A section…

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Nine-day festival to celebrate Thelonious Monk in Birmingham, U.K., on June 12-20

A nine-day festival encompassing the entire output of jazz legend Thelonious Monk will take place…

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Christopher Burnett Quartet live concert webcast on June 6

The Christopher Burnett Quartet with special guest, pianist Michael Jefrey Stevens, will be performing at…

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Django Bates salutes Sgt. Pepper’s 50th anniversary with new album

British multi-instrumentalist Django Bates will release Saluting Sgt. Pepper, his tribute to The Beatles’ Sgt….

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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….

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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…

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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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Michael K. Williams will play Miles Davis in upcoming biopic

Actor Michael K. Williams has revealed that his long in the works biopic about trumpeter…

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