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All About Jazz Launches Gig Finder as part of Premium Musician Page Service

All About Jazz Launches Gig Finder as part of Premium Musician Page Service

All About Jazz's new Gig Finder service helps musicians & booking agents identify jazz performance venues around the globe. A uniquely AAJ creation. we've re-imagined our extensive database of venues, festivals, radio stations, and publicity firms to help our professional users dig for gigs and make business connections. Unlocking the awesome power of Gig Finder only ...


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Seven Free or Inexpensive Ways to Get Featured At All About Jazz

Read "Seven Free or Inexpensive Ways to Get Featured At All About Jazz" reviewed by Michael Ricci

All About Jazz & Jazz Near You offer a variety of promotional opportunities for music professionals. From musicians and publicists to venues, festivals and record labels, there are several ways to reach the largest network of jazz fans, jazz influencers, and industry professionals online. In this article, we list two free services and five inexpensive services ...

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Ben Bilello


As one of the most in demand freelance drummers in New England, Ben Bilello can be seen at numerous clubs, concert halls and festivals with a wide variety of artists. Originally from Narragansett, Rhode Island, Ben began playing the snare drum in his elementary school band. As time passed, Ben became interested in learning the drum set, acquiring his first kit at age fourteen. His first significant exposure to jazz occurred around this time and he made the decision to study music at a formal conservatory. After graduating from Narragansett High School in 1995, Ben moved to West Hartford, Connecticut to begin college


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The Publicist: Scott Thompson

Read "The Publicist: Scott Thompson" reviewed by B.D. Lenz

My previous column at All About Jazz called, Mind Your Business, covered the aspects of managing your own music career as a DIY jazz artist. Throughout that twelve-part series I covered such topics as booking, promotion, and touring. I've had to learn all of these skills on my own and figured there were artists in the ...


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