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Article: The Jazz Life

Some Kind Of Normal—The new, East Coast Jazz Festival

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Todd Barkan is a Jazz Club owner, which is a bit like saying Sonny Rollins is a saxophonist. It doesn't really tell you very much unless you already know about them. But it's a start. After a year of the plague (Covid-19 in case you're in doubt), being a club owner is not unlike being a ...

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News: Festival

Six Legendary Jazz Clubs Host First-Ever Multi-City East Coast Jazz Festival, March 20th!

Six Legendary Jazz Clubs Host First-Ever Multi-City East Coast Jazz Festival, March 20th!

Pay-What-You-Wish to Enjoy More Than 80 of the Top Jazz Performers in the World Over Six Hours! A collection of the most beloved and well-known jazz clubs on the East Coast have banded together for the first-ever multi-city East Coast Jazz Festival, which will take place online on Saturday, March 20th from 5 ...

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Article: Live Review

Yoko Miwa Trio at Scullers

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Yoko Miwa Trio Scullers Jazz Club Boston, MA October 26, 2017 Inside Scullers' new smaller jazz nightclub downstairs, with its dark wood interior and low light, it would be quiet except for the wonderfully energized and spirited enthusiasm that internationally acclaimed pianist and composer Yoko Miwa brings to the stage. ...

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Article: Live Review

E. J. Strickland Quintet At Scullers Jazz Club

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EJ Strickland QuintetScullers Jazz Club Boston, MA September 21, 2017 “A lot of people ask, you know, what the state of jazz is. I love what's going on." E.J. Strickland's mellow baritone is measured and thoughtful as he spoke from behind the drum set. This is the last tune of the ...

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Article: Live Review

Marquis Hill Blacktet at Scullers Jazz Club

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Marquis Hill Blacktet Scullers Jazz Club Boston, MA August 26, 2017 We have a few places to stop and hear someone sling a horn in Boston, but Scullers Jazz Club has long been one of the best. It has better acoustics than the Regattabar, better drinks than the ...

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News: Website

Presenter? Upload Your Events to Jazz Near You - A Simple Guide

Presenter? Upload Your Events to Jazz Near You - A Simple Guide

If you present jazz, own a venue, or book jazz, then take advantage of Jazz Near You's convenient (and free) file upload service. File upload allows users to upload multiple events at once, and requires no programming experience. Many of our partners including SFJAZZ Center (San Francisco), Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola and Blue Note New York, Cafe ...

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News: Performance / Tour

Jazz Drummer Ralph Peterson at Scullers Jazz Club in Boston on Tuesday, January 24

Jazz Drummer Ralph Peterson at Scullers Jazz Club in Boston on Tuesday, January 24

Jazz drummer and composer Ralph Peterson is performing in concert at Scullers Jazz Club in Boston on Tuesday, January 24, 2012, at 8:00 p.m. Tickets to the show are $25 and can be ordered online or purchased at the door. You can see a full schedule of upcoming jazz at Scullers, located at the Doubletree Suites ...

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News: Music Industry

Jazz Saxophonist Joe Lovano and Dave Douglas Quintet at Scullers Jazz Club on November 29-30

Acclaimed jazz saxophonist Joe Lovano is performing with the Dave Douglas Quintet at Scullers Jazz Club in Boston on November 29-30, 2011. They'll perform two shows each night, at 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Tickets to the show are $25 each, which you can purchase online, and dinner/show is $67 per person. To reserve for dinner ...


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