Jazz Music News
Read Six Creative Presenters Finding New Audiences For Jazz
June 9, 2012 – Three concert presenters and three record labels explain how they're trying to attract new fans.
Read 4 Days After Murders, Musical Mourners Improvise A Tribute
June 4, 2012 – The killings in Seattle left a weekly jam session with a different venue and a very different tone.
Read Five DC Jazz Festival Artists Actually From The Washington Area
June 1, 2012 – Here are five great musicians who will keep the nation's capital swinging well after early June.
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Read Around The Jazz Internet: May 25, 2012
Read An Uncommon 'Riddle': Joshua Redman Covers His Musical Peer
May 25, 2012 – The saxophonist performs a piece by his contemporary — a practice much rarer than you might think.
Read 'It Can't Be Done': The Difficulty Of Growing A Jazz Audience
May 23, 2012 – Pianist and composer Kurt Ellenberger urges musicians to "make money doing something else."
Read Around The Jazz Internet: May 18, 2012
Listen The Harmonica-Playing Baron Of Belgium WBGO
Read Cecil Taylor: The Pianist Who's Also An Orchestra
Read Gil Evans, Essential Jazz Arranger, At 100
Read Around The Jazz Internet: May 11, 2012
Read To Revive A Jazz City, A Philadelphia Musician Stages A Festival
May 5, 2012 – The efforts of a 28-year-old trombonist resulted in the city's most important day for jazz in years.
Read In New Orleans, A Health Clinic For Working Musicians
May 5, 2012 – The New Orleans Musicians' Clinic caters to artists without insurance who can't afford to miss work.