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Attn: Musicians - ArtistData sourced events removed from Jazz Near You Newsletter

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Due to the high level of user complaints, we will no longer include ArtistData-sourced events in the weekly Jazz Near You newsletter.

Jazz Near You joined the ArtistData network as a courtesy to musicians, but the data that originates from AD is unreliable (lacking validation and naming standards) making venue name matches difficult for Jazz Near You. And without a venue name match, there is no reliable way to present these events by location, which leads to erroneous listings.

If you use ArtistData and want to include your events in the Jazz Near You newsletter, please add them directly to Jazz Near You.

Options include: (1) the submission form (which supports single and recurring events) and (2) .csv file upload (which supports the upload of multiple events at once).

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