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  • Linley Hamilton: Strings Attached

    Linley Hamilton: Strings Attached

    Nearly all recordings are labours of love. Passion and a huge amount of work are the essential ingredients. Some recordings in particular, however, mark the realization of a life-long dream. For Northern Irish trumpeter, BBC jazz broadcaster and university lecturer...

  • Big Ears Festival 2018

    Big Ears Festival 2018

    Knoxville's Big Ears Festival has traditionally kicked things off with a big piece by a high-visibility headliner. This year was to have featured a live performance of guitarist Nels Cline's Lovers project, an ambitious re-imagination of romantic "mood music" which was to be performed with the...

  • A Day at AAJ

    A Day at AAJ

    One of the main benefits of being the Dean of American Jazz Humorists©, besides a free Orange Julius whenever I want one (at participating locations) and 2-for-1 Redbox rentals, is my unfettered access to the inner workings of the entire Jazz universe...

  • The Cry of Jay Rodriguez

    The Cry of Jay Rodriguez

    On an unseasonably warm February evening I set out from Brooklyn to catch the multi-instrumentalist Jay Rodriguez's band at Le Poisson Rouge. While walking from the West 4th Street subway station to the venue on Bleecker Street I recalled taking this exact route over 30 years ago to play a...

  • Camille Bertault: Unity in Diversity

    Camille Bertault: Unity in Diversity

    On her striking new album, Pas de géant, Camille Bertault confirms all the qualities that her debut release, En Vie, had showcased three years ago. For her sophomore release, the French singer doubles down with an...

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Bright Force

Kira Kira
Bright Force

Making Other Arrangements

Linley Hamilton
Making Other...

Music in Motian

Carl Michel
Music in Motian

Descansado - Songs For Films

Norma Winstone
Descansado - Songs...

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Glendale

Paul Bedal
Glendale

Livre

Edu Leal
Livre

Flow

Flow
Flow

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Musician of the Day

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Dick Cully
Dick Cully

Cully, Dick (Richard) was born on April 19th, 1949 in Manhattan, New York to his parents, Richard born 1917 and Jeanette born 1921 in New York. In 1955 they moved to Lyndhurst, New Jersey where he began... read more

Jazz Near You

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Washington, DC
8:00 PM