All About Jazz, the web's leading jazz event aggregator, now imports calendar listings posted by musicians and presenters through Gigpress (a WordPress plugin).
Musicians such as vibraphonist Joe Locke
and pianist John Beasley
, both WordPress and GigPress users, now see their dates posted to All About Jazz within 24 hours of adding them to their website.
If you are a musician or presenter and use WordPress/GigPress, please forward your GigPress RSS feed to Michael Ricci for inclusion in the All About Jazz nightly import.
Says Ricci, WordPress is one of the top content management tools and it's used by hundreds of jazz musicians and presenters. Reading the GigPress feed is significant and adds value to our increasingly popular calendar service."
If you are a presenter or musician and do not use WordPress, you can upload your events in batches or submit them as single events via our form.
More Jazz Musician/GigPress Users
Alan Pasqua Amir ElSaffar Becca Stevens Bob James Carl Allen Christian Howes Eddie Palmieri Esperanza Spalding George Benson Irvin Mayfield Jayme Stone Jeff Sipe Kat Parra Kenny Werner Kermit Ruffins Kurt Rosenwinkel Lizz Wright Manhattan Transfter Mason Brothers Quintet Mats Gustafsson Norma Winstone Tommy Smith Toots Thielemans Vince Giordano Wycliffe Gordon
About All About Jazz
All About Jazz is the leading jazz event aggregator on the internet, importing dates through its standard XML feed format, through the GigPress RSS feed and through direct submissions. Dates appear on the All About Jazz local calendar page, on the bottom of every All About Jazz page, on a venue / festival / presenter listing page and on a musician's profile page. Dates are pushed to mobile.allaboutjazz.com and soon jazznearyou.com as well as other aggregator websites.
GigPress is a powerful live performance listing and management WordPress plugin designed for musicians and other performers.
WordPress started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing and with fewer users than you can count on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown to be the largest self-hosted blogging tool in the world, used on millions of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day.
WordPress core developers share a love of jazz music, and since WordPress 1.0 all major releases are named in honor of jazz musicians they admire.