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Keep Talkin'
Keep Talkin'

Yoko Miwa Trio

Night Owl
Night Owl

Nick Hempton

Let's Play
Let's Play

Brandon Goldberg

Hidden Corners
Hidden Corners

The Jamie Saft Quartet

Special
Special

Toft-Olsen

Land Of Real Men
Land Of Real Men

Ilmiliekki Quartet

The Long Game
The Long Game

Liam Noble

Articles

Interview with Ojai Music Festival 2019
Interview with John Richmond at The Turning Point Cafe
Interview with Big Bands, Orchestras and Soft Machines
Interview with Remembering Dr. John

Jazz Radio

Tune in daily to hear some of the internet's top jazz radio programs including Mondo Jazz, Jazz Bastard, World of Jazz, The Third Story, One Man's Jazz, Jazz at 100, BIMHUIS, Neon Jazz, A Broad Spectrum, Doing Jazz, and Dr. Jazz. Programs range from music to talk to jazz ed. Our musical programs offer an eclectic mix presenting emerging artists to living legends.

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Born Today

John Hollenbeck John Hollenbeck
Born:1968

John Hollenbeck's versatility as a percussionist and composer is revealed in a body of work that challenges countless boundaries. Performances with Fred Hersh, Kenny Wheeler and Bob Brookmeyer have showcased...

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Jazz Story

View David Moore's All About Jazz profile By David Moore
Member since: 2007

I love jazz because nothing speaks to my soul and heart more than anything but music other than God, soul, love and passion. I was first exposed to jazz listening to Jim Hall. I met Joe Pass at Seagulls' Showcase in Chicago and Art Blakey & George Benson Chicago Jazz Festival. The best show I ever attended is one of the greatest, most loving and connecting soul singers ever, Gladys Knight. The first jazz record I bought was John Coltrane “Impressions.” When I was a guitarist in the United States Navy Band, we were blessed to be chosen to go to Russia the weekend of July 4th weekend 1992

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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) 329 354 -25 3 60 1 6
2 2 2 Wynton Marsalis Bolden (Original Soundtrack) (Blue Engine) 276 307 -31 2 43 2 8
3 3 3 Mary Stallings Songs Were Made to Sing (Smoke Sessions) 272 276 -4 1 53 3 4
4 4 4 Eric Reed Everybody Gets the Blues (Smoke Sessions) 254 254 0 1 52 1 9
5 7 5 Alan Broadbent Trio New York Notes (Savant) 220 231 -11 3 49 5 6
6 8 6 Larry Fuller Overjoyed (Capri) 214 227 -13 2 47 6 4
7 12 7 Brandon Goldberg Let's Play (Brandon Goldberg Music) 212 211 +1 1 39 7 5
8 11 8 Greg Abate Gratitude: Stage Door Live at the Z (Whaling City Sound) 204 222 -18 2 43 8 5
8 14 8 Tom Harrell Infinity (HighNote) 204 204 0 0 41 6 10
10 9 10 Steve Davis Correlations (Smoke Sessions) 200 225 -25 0 39 2 14