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  • Giving Thanks & Sharing the Jazz Love

    Giving Thanks & Sharing the Jazz Love

    We're celebrating Thanksgiving by recognizing two very important groups of people: our fund drive supporters who help defray our costs and made much of the 2017 website improvements possible and...

  • The Many Faces of Jazz Today: The Big Picture

    The Many Faces of Jazz Today: The Big Picture

    If you're a jazz fan, you just love to listen to music you enjoy. If you're a working musician, your main interests are to play gigs and challenge yourself musically. Either way, you may not pay much attention...

  • Pat Metheny: Driving Forces

    Pat Metheny: Driving Forces

    It's been five years since Pat Metheny was last interviewed by All About Jazz, a not inconsiderable period of time in any working musician's life and particularly in one quite as prolific as the...

  • Bill Anschell: Curiosity and Invention

    Bill Anschell: Curiosity and Invention

    Bill Anschell strikes me as a man with boundless curiosity. You perceive this in conversation, in his sense of humor, the patient manner in which he listens on and off the bandstand....

  • Culture Clubs: A History of the U.S. Jazz Clubs, Part II: New York

    Culture Clubs: A History of the U.S. Jazz Clubs,...

    Jazz didn't abandon Chicago but its further development only began to take on a distinct personality in the 1960s. By the late 1920s, the next phase of the jazz scene had shifted from Chicago to New York...

Reviews

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Dedication

Steve Slagle
Dedication

Surface of Inscription

Dre Hocevar
Surface of...

The Treasury Shows, Vol. 24

Duke Ellington And...
The Treasury Shows,...

Aleka

Aleka Potinga
Aleka

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Musician of the Day

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Coleman Hawkins
Coleman Hawkins

Coleman Hawkins single-handedly brought the saxophone to the prominence in jazz that the instrument enjoys. Before he hit the scene, jazz groups had little use for the instrument. One player (forgot... read more

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