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Migrations
Migrations

Jacques Kuba Seguin

Samba Azul
Samba Azul

Samba Azul

Blue Waltz - Live at Gustavs
Blue Waltz - Live at Gustavs

Enrico Pieranunzi / Thomas Fonnesbæk

Phoenix Rising
Phoenix Rising

David Kikoski

Last Works
Last Works

Tom Pierson

The Change
The Change

Zhenya Strigalev and Federico Dannemann

City Night
City Night

Savoy Brown

Video of the Day

40 Years Of The Festival International De Jazz De Montréal

The Montreal Jazz Festival celebrates its 40th edition this year with some outstanding presentations scheduled at various venues around the city. Running from June 27 to July 6, this year's festival includes both indoor and outdoor events, free and ticketed events, with a program that includes Melod...

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Interview with Take Five with Mavis Pan

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Tenor Eleven
Tenor Eleven

Scott Robinson

Haze
Haze

Anicia Kohler

The Sideline
The Sideline

Matt Lavelle

Born Today

Johnny Smith Johnny Smith
Born:1922

Guitarist Johnny Smith's career spans the decades of the 1940's through the 1990's. From the very beginning of his musical career he influenced the playing of other guitarists. In fact, many mention...

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Jazz Story

View Laurie Adams's All About Jazz profile By Laurie Adams
Member since: 2019

My Grandpa was a drummer in jazz ensembles. He would bring his bongos over when he and grandma came to dinner and sit on the floor and play for us little ones. At 16, in 1919, my grandma borrowed a red dress and a tube of red lipstick, as the story goes, and snuck out of the house to listen to jazz at the local music hall

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Poll Results

Jazz Poll: top 100 jazz venues

All About Jazz would like to thank the 4,000 members who participated in our poll to help us identify the world's top jazz venues. For a recap, click here.

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TW = this week; LW = last week; 2W = two weeks ago.

JazzWeek Radio Chart

TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 1 Dave Stryker Eight Track III (Strikezone) 331 329 +2 0 62 1 7
2 3 2 Mary Stallings Songs Were Made to Sing (Smoke Sessions) 269 272 -3 1 51 2 5
3 2 3 Wynton Marsalis Bolden (Original Soundtrack) (Blue Engine) 241 276 -35 0 46 2 9
4 5 4 Alan Broadbent Trio New York Notes (Savant) 228 220 +8 3 52 4 7
5 6 5 Larry Fuller Overjoyed (Capri) 226 214 +12 2 45 5 5
6 4 6 Eric Reed Everybody Gets the Blues (Smoke Sessions) 220 254 -34 0 45 1 10
7 20 7 Tierney Sutton Band Screen Play (BFM Jazz) 213 170 +43 8 52 7 3
8 19 8 Theo Croker Star People Nation (Sony / Masterworks) 205 174 +31 6 50 8 3
9 12 9 Joshua Redman Come What May (Nonesuch) 203 195 +8 1 51 6 9
10 10 10 Steve Davis Correlations (Smoke Sessions) 201 200 +1 0 42 2 15