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All About Jazz Expands Advertising Service

All About Jazz Expands Advertising Service

All About Jazz has added a handful of new options to their already robust list of promotional services to help advertisers reach the largest collection of jazz fans and professionals on the internet. In addition to standard banner advertising, new album Showcase, and a geo-targeted Jazz Near You email sponsorship, AAJ has recently added or improved ...

RADIO

JazzWeek Radio Chart: January 26, 2015

JazzWeek Radio Chart: January 26, 2015

TWLW2WArtistTWLWMoveAddRptsPeakWks111David Hazeltine I Remember Cedar (Sharp Nine)259240+1914717222Louis Hayes and the Cannonball Adderly Legacy Band Live at Cory Weeds' Cellar Jazz Club (Cellar Live)220199+2144528363Jeff Hamilton Trio Great American Songs (Capri)213165+4823637444Kenny Barron & Dave Holland The Art Of Conversation (Impulse!)197190+70401105335Chip White Family Dedications and More (Dark Colors)19295+97134452656James Farm City Folk (Nonesuch)183180+3440510737Jimmy Greene Beautiful Life (Mack Avenue)170192-22237188128Greg Abate Quartet ...

INTERVIEW

Jazz Musician of the Day: Duane Eubanks

Jazz Musician of the Day: Duane Eubanks

All About Jazz is celebrating Duane Eubanks' birthday today! Philadelphia native and trumpeter Duane Eubanks has performed everywhere from the Hollywood Bowl to Birdland to the Kennedy Center, in addition to touring throughout Europe and Japan. He is a member of Dave Holland’s two time Grammy Award winning big band and the late Mulgrew Miller\'s band, ...

PERFORMANCE

The Lead Sheet: Twin Cities Live Jazz, January 23-29

The Lead Sheet: Twin Cities Live Jazz, January 23-29

The Saint Paul Winter Carnival is just getting underway. And it may seem like a winter jazz carnival in the Twin Cities this weekend, most notably with the celebration of the life of broadcaster/jazz wizard Leigh Kamman at the Saint Paul Hotel, just off the epicenter of the Carnival in Rice Park.  Also this weekend, the ...

TRENDS

Who's Buying Music Today vs 10 Years Ago

Who's Buying Music Today vs 10 Years Ago

Guest Post by Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0 Blog A recent survey by MusicWatch looked at the demographics of CD and digital music buyers back in 2004 and compared them to 2014. What they found shouldn't be too surprising, because it's almost exactly what you'd expect. In 2004, the largest demo of CD buyers was age 36 to ...

TV / FILM

New Jazz Film "They Died Before 40" Seeks Help With Photographs

New Jazz Film "They Died Before 40" Seeks Help With Photographs

They Died Before 40, a new jazz film with licensing concerns needs help from the jazz community. In order for the film to be shown publicly all photographs and music must be licensed. There are over 600 photographs and graphic images in the film. It has been determined that about 100 are in the public domain ...

NEW RECORDING

Jovan Alexandre’s Debut Album Collective Consciousness Out February 24

Jovan Alexandreâs Debut Album Collective Consciousness Out February 24

“Jovan Alexandre is one of the most exciting new voices to emerge on the tenor saxophone—conceptually—in a long time. A gifted composer, his personal sound can seem variously molten and sharp-cornered within the same tune, sometimes almost within the same phrase. There’s an understated, almost implied, restlessness in his solos… He has that rare originality everyone ...

INTERVIEW

Jazz Musician of the Day: Django Reinhardt

Jazz Musician of the Day: Django Reinhardt

All About Jazz is celebrating Django Reinhardt's birthday today! The man who became the 1st European jazz giant was born Jean Baptiste Reinhardt on January 24 1910 in a Gypsy encampment at Liberchies Belgium. His father was a traveling entertainer so he lived with his mother and her tribe. His early childhood was spent in and ...

PERFORMANCE

Despite setbacks, Jazz music survives and thrives in Boston

Despite setbacks, Jazz music survives and thrives in Boston

Jazz has become fringe 
art. Sure, Chris Botti and Diana Krall still move tickets, but the talented students pouring out of Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory face a tough economic reality: Graduates often make more money behind the counter at Starbucks than blowing their horns. But young players can take heart in ...

MUSIC INDUSTRY

Artful jazz with a few twists

Artful jazz with a few twists

Sarasota-based Bill Buchman is an artful guy. He's a renowned painter and art teacher. The several places he teaches these days include the Venice FL Art Center. On Thursday, January 22, he set his brushes aside and wore a different hat - as a very fine jazz pianist. Buchman teamed up with bassist Don Mopsick and ...


 

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