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Enter the Best of Blue Note Festival Ticket and CD Giveaway at All About Jazz!

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Jazz at Lincoln Center hosts the Best of Blue Note Festival November 13-18 in New York City, and one lucky winner will receive a pair of tickets to the Saturday, November 17th The Best of Blue Note performance (8pm at Rose Theater), while another lucky winner will receive 10 CDs from the Blue Note Records catalog (see below). The winners will be announced on November 13th.

It would take a book to cite all the iconic recording sessions issued under Blue Note's imprimatur since Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff launched the record company in 1939. In this celebration of the label that defines the down-home, funky sound known as hard bop, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will revisit previous arrangements and unveil innovative new ones of iconic repertoire by Horace Silver, Sonny Clark, Joe Henderson, and other label greats. JD Allen and JLCO’s Ryan Kisor serve as featured soloists.

Click here to enter the ticket giveaway and become a fan of JD Allen. (Note: Only residents of the NYC metro area are eligible for the ticket giveaway.)

The CDs in the giveaway include albums featured during the Blue Note Festival at JALC.

The Real McCoy (McCoy Tyner)
Mode for Joe (Joe Henderson)
Speak No Evil (Wayne Shorter)
Cool Struttin’ (Sonny Clark)
Una Mas (Kenny Dorham)
Cornbread (Lee Morgan)
Blues Walk (Lou Donaldson)
Free For All (Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers)
Inventions and Dimensions (Herbie Hancock)
6 Pieces of Silver (Horace Silver)

Click here to enter the CD giveaway and become a fan of Ryan Kisor.

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