The Best Website in Jazz Just Got Better

Get ready, readers. Big changes are coming to, changes that will make your online experience richer, sleeker, and more enjoyable.

Starting March 1, we will be re-launching our website with a host of new digital content, including bi-monthly podcasts, videos, playlists and more. We’re also introducing monthly digital issues featuring articles and interviews pulled directly from the pages of our print magazine. It’s the same unparalleled writing and photography you’ve come to expect from JAZZIZ, but now you can access it at any time, in any browser, and from any device. See below for a sampler of our most recent digital issues.

The only difference: you will now need a digital subscription to view this premium content. Why, you ask? Well, it takes a lot of time and energy to put together an online magazine of this caliber and scale. After all, we’ve got journalists all over the world working around the clock to bring you insightful stories about the jazz artists you know and love. We value those journalists’ efforts, and we know you do, too. That’s why we’ll be offering a brand new digital subscription beginning at just $24.95 per year. That’s less than $2 per month for unlimited access to the best jazz coverage on the planet. (And don’t worry, our award-winning print edition isn’t going anywhere!)

So please, we encourage you to take a test drive through the new via the links below. We know you’re going to love it, and we can’t wait to see you again March 1.

February 2019 Issue

Also in this issue: bassist Larry Grenadier’s solo debut, guitarist Bobby Broom’s return to soul, drummer Allison Miller’s milestone year and much more.

January 2019 Issue

Also in this issue: drummer Marcus Strickland’s genre mashup, Donny McCaslin’s pivot to rock, vibraphonist Yuhan Su’s homage to NYC and more.

Winter 2018 Issue

Also in this issue, Critics pick for the Best Albums of 2018, guitarist Gilad Hekselman finds calm amidst the chaos and more.

November 2018 Issue

Also in this issue: drummer Rudy Royston looks to the past, guitarist Miles Okazaki takes on Monk and vocalists Tony Bennett and Diana Krall team up.

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