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Meet Hiroyuki Masuko

Read "Meet Hiroyuki Masuko" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

Although the Super Fans column started out with a New York focus, we realize there's a world of jazz--and jazz fans--beyond. Since those first columns in 2016, we've presented Super Fans from across the United States, including some who live part-time in other countries. But now we've officially gone international, with our first Super Fan from ...

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Jazz Near You adds Jazz Gallery and Town Hall (NYC) events to calendar

Jazz Near You adds Jazz Gallery and Town Hall (NYC) events to calendar

Jazz Near You, the Internet's largest aggregator and distributor of jazz event and venue information has collaborated with Etix to provide event and ticketing information for The Jazz Gallery (NYC), The Blue Note Grill (Durham, NC), and Berklee Performance Center (Boston). “Our goal is to present the most comprehensive jazz events calendar and importing Etix events ...

Meet John Reilly

Read "Meet John Reilly" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

John Reilly--yet another of our Super Fans who works for the city of New York--was born on Staten Island, where he still lives. We don't know if it's something to do with working for the city, or just a function of growing up in the capital of jazz, but John is the real thing. The son ...

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55 Best Live Music Venues In NYC

55 Best Live Music Venues In NYC

While it's difficult to pick and choose from a city so rich in live music venues, this list highlights at least some of the best places to catch show in the The Empire City. Guest post by  Jennifer Anderson, originally published at GoodDeedSeats When it comes to live music, New York, New York is arguably the ...

Meet Don Shire

Read "Meet Don Shire" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

Don Shire's club-hopping habit started in Pittsburgh, but his introduction to the capital of jazz was a 1971 Freddie Hubbard gig at New York jazz institution, the Village Vanguard. And he's still going strong 45 years later. One concert particularly stands out. “When it was over, the people just looked at each other. The feeling was, ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Four Powerhouse Voices Come Together On Trombonist/composer Joe Fiedler's New Recording Big Sackbut

Four Powerhouse Voices Come Together On Trombonist/composer Joe Fiedler's New Recording  Big Sackbut

Available on the Yellow Sound Label on September 18, 2012 Big Sackbut is the self titled debut recording from this group, Featuring Joe Fiedler, Josh Roseman, Ryan Keberle & Marcus Rojas CD Release Celebration at The Jazz Gallery - Saturday, September 8 Big Sackbut, featuring Joe Fiedler, Ryan Keberle, Josh Roseman (trombones) & Marcus Rojas (tuba) ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Bassist/Composer Josh Ginsburg Celebrates Debut CD, "Zembla Variations"

Bassist/Composer Josh Ginsburg Celebrates Debut CD, "Zembla Variations"

January 12 @ The Jazz Gallery, NYC, CD Release Party! Sets at 9 & 10:30 PM $15/10 members (1st set), $10/5 members (2nd set) Featuring Josh Ginsburg—bass/compositions, Eli Degibri—saxophones, Danny Grissett—piano and Rudy Royston—drums January 14 @ An Die Musik, Baltimore, MD, CD Release Party! Sets at 8 & 9:30 ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Dutch Jazz Week at AllAboutJazz.com

Dutch Jazz Week at AllAboutJazz.com

From November 27 to December 3, 2011, the world's longest running and furthest reaching jazz music website, All About Jazz, will celebrate Dutch jazz. During Dutch Jazz Week AAJ will highlight seven Dutch jazz artists handpicked by the AAJ editors from the the Dutch Jazz & World Meeting 2010 compilation CD. Starting on November 27th, each ...


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