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  • Top 50 Jazz Albums For The Week Of 14 December 2014 - JazzWeek

    Elements of Jazz
    Donna M
    14 Dec 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Here are the top 50 Jazz albums that received the most airplay on US, Canadian and internet radio stations from the past week! Which albums are going to make it on your Top Ten list for 2014? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook! For your listening pleasure this week, GRAMMY nominee Tierney Sutton performing Don't Go To Strangers live at Blue Note Milan ~ Enjoy!     KENNY BARRON & DAVE HOLLAND The Art Of Conversation (Impulse!) PETER ZAK The Disciple (Peter Zak Music) HOUSTON PERSON The Melody Lingers On (HighNote) DAVID HAZELTINE I Remember Cedar (Sharp Nine) *GERRY GIBBS…
  • Dizzy and the Group on Jazz 625, 1966

    Commander Trombone
    wiley
    28 Oct 2014 | 12:17 pm
    Dizzy Gillespie’s 1966 group, featuring James Moody (saxes, flute), Kenny Barron (piano), Christopher Wesley White (bass), and Rudy Collins (drums), on the BBC’s Jazz 625 program. The show was hosted by Humphrey Lyttelton. The previous year, the same group played the 3/27/65 Charlie Parker Memorial concert at Carnegie Hall. Here as there, Diz and the band are in great form. A few years earlier, Dizzy ran for president of the United States — you’ll see an audience member with one of the Dizzy Gillespie for President balloons.
  • Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio with Lionel Loueke in St. Louis on 05/27/15

    Upcoming shows
    27 May 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Artist: Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio with Lionel Loueke Date: Wednesday, May 27th 2015 - Saturday, May 30th 2015 Time: 7:30pm City: St. Louis Venue: Jazz at the Bistro Address: 3536 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 Country: US Admission: Wed/Thu: $35; Fri/Sat: $40; Students w/ID: $15 Box office: 314.571.6000 Buy Tickets More info. Add to Google Calendar | Download iCal
  • George Shearing's Holiday Set On Piano Jazz

    Jazz
    19 Dec 2014 | 8:39 am
    In a 2001 session, Shearing and host Marian McPartland reminisce about seasons gone by and play holiday songs, including "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" and "Away In A Manger."» E-Mail This
  • WEBSITE: Counting Down the Top 14 Jazz MP3s for 2014

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    AllAboutJazz.com
    20 Dec 2014 | 7:00 pm
    We're counting down the top 14 MP3s featured at All About Jazz in 2014 starting with Drayen Labie's "Kissa i LA(C)." Readers can follow the countdown from our Download of the Day page where we'll announce the #1 downloaded track on January 2nd. c: Fiona Ord-Shrimpton, All About Jazz's Download of the Day editor stated, "Another year passes as we give thanks to so many musicians whose formidable musical outputs continue to excite, amuse and challenge us. Download of the Day provides audiences with opportunities to discover new jazz music from all over the world while helping jazz musicians…
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  • George Shearing's Holiday Set On Piano Jazz

    19 Dec 2014 | 8:39 am
    In a 2001 session, Shearing and host Marian McPartland reminisce about seasons gone by and play holiday songs, including "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" and "Away In A Manger."» E-Mail This
  • An Upset Either Way: Steve Lehman And Wadada Leo Smith Triumph

    Francis Davis
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:56 am
    Could anyone have predicted the first and second place finishers in this year's NPR Music Jazz Critics Poll? The poll master certainly didn't — and he voted for both of them.» E-Mail This
  • The 2014 NPR Music Jazz Critics Poll

    Francis Davis
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:56 am
    We had 140 jazz journalists weigh in on their favorite releases of the year. Here are their top overall picks, with top finishers in Latin jazz, vocal, debut and historical categories.» E-Mail This
  • Highlights From Winter Jazzfest 2014

    Patrick Jarenwattananon
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:57 pm
    As New York prepares for its January music marathon, watch performances from last year, including Gretchen Parlato, Donald Harrison, Rudy Royston, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble.» E-Mail This
  • In Memory Of 2014: Jazz Night Looks Back

    17 Dec 2014 | 9:15 pm
    This year marked the passing of legends like Charlie Haden, Horace Silver and Gerald Wilson. Hear their great live performances from the vault, and highlights remembrances from loved ones.» E-Mail This
 
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  • WEBSITE: Counting Down the Top 14 Jazz MP3s for 2014

    AllAboutJazz.com
    20 Dec 2014 | 7:00 pm
    We're counting down the top 14 MP3s featured at All About Jazz in 2014 starting with Drayen Labie's "Kissa i LA(C)." Readers can follow the countdown from our Download of the Day page where we'll announce the #1 downloaded track on January 2nd. c: Fiona Ord-Shrimpton, All About Jazz's Download of the Day editor stated, "Another year passes as we give thanks to so many musicians whose formidable musical outputs continue to excite, amuse and challenge us. Download of the Day provides audiences with opportunities to discover new jazz music from all over the world while helping jazz musicians…
  • WEBSITE: Spread Good Cheer: Support All About Jazz and Jazz Near You

    AllAboutJazz.com
    20 Dec 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Your friends at All About Jazz want to wish all our readers, especially our registered members, a joyous holiday season filled with family and fun. We have several big projects in store for 2015 including an upgraded and cross-platform version of the Jazz Near You app, a jazz wall, and a home concert initiative spanning the globe. Exciting stuff for sure, and all just around the corner...
  • INTERVIEW: Jazz Musician of the Day: Larry Willis

    AllAboutJazz.com
    20 Dec 2014 | 3:09 am
    All About Jazz is celebrating Larry Willis' birthday today! Pianist Larry Willis has had an important and distinguished 40-year career in jazz. Since making his recording debut on Jackie McLeana€(TM)s landmark 1965 album a€oeRight Now!,a€ the New York-born Willis has played everything from free jazz to fusion to rock while performing as a valued sideman with such jazz titans as Dizzy Gillespie, Lee Morgan, Cannonball Adderley, Art Blakey and Woody Shaw... Read more...
  • NEW RECORDING: Whirlwind Recordings Releases "First Meeting" by Michael Janisch, Lee Konitz, Dan Tepfer and Jeff Williams

    AllAboutJazz.com
    20 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    Whirlwind Recordings releases First Meeting: Live in London, Volume 1, a collaborate album by m: Lee Konitz, m: Michael Janisch, m: Dan Tepfer and m: Jeff Williams. Recorded live in London at the Pizza Express Jazz Club. ABOUT THE ALBUM Lee Konitz is "one of the most consistently brilliant, adventurous and original improvisers in the jazz tradition" (John Zorn). His recorded legacy is massive and uniquely influential, stretching back to his recordings in the late 1940s with the Claude Thornhill Band, Lennie Tristano and Miles Davis, and his debut as leader in 1949...
  • PERFORMANCE: Dion Parson and 21st Century Band at Ginny's (NYC) on January 10

    AllAboutJazz.com
    20 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    World Premiere Preview of New CD - St. Thomas January 10, 2015 7:30pm and 9:30pm / $15 Dion Parson - drums Ron Blake - saxophone Rashawn Ross - trumpet Carlton Holmes - piano Victor Provost - steel pan Alioune Faye - percussion/ sabar drums e: Ginny's Supper Club 310 Lenox Avenue New York, NY 10027 phone: 212-421-3821...
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    Elements of Jazz

  • Top 50 Jazz Albums For The Week Of 14 December 2014 - JazzWeek

    Donna M
    14 Dec 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Here are the top 50 Jazz albums that received the most airplay on US, Canadian and internet radio stations from the past week! Which albums are going to make it on your Top Ten list for 2014? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook! For your listening pleasure this week, GRAMMY nominee Tierney Sutton performing Don't Go To Strangers live at Blue Note Milan ~ Enjoy!     KENNY BARRON & DAVE HOLLAND The Art Of Conversation (Impulse!) PETER ZAK The Disciple (Peter Zak Music) HOUSTON PERSON The Melody Lingers On (HighNote) DAVID HAZELTINE I Remember Cedar (Sharp Nine) *GERRY GIBBS…
  • Top 50 Jazz Albums For The Week Of 07 December 2014 - JazzWeek

    Donna M
    7 Dec 2014 | 11:01 pm
    Here are the top 50 Jazz albums that received the most airplay on US, Canadian and internet radio stations from the last week! Which albums are going to make it on your Top Ten list for 2014? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook! For your listening pleasure this week (in honor of the 50th anniversary of the release of A Love Supreme), here is a 14 minute video of John Coltrane performing A Love Supreme: Part 1 - Acknowledgement ~ Enjoy!     KENNY BARRON & DAVE HOLLAND The Art Of Conversation (Impulse!) HOUSTON PERSON The Melody Lingers On (HighNote) *GERRY GIBBS THRASHER DREAM…
  • 57th Annual GRAMMY Award Nominations - Jazz

    Donna M
    6 Dec 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The GRAMMY nominations trickled out all day long yesterday from The Recording Academy. You will find not only the "official" Jazz categories listed below. I have included others such as  "Best Arrangement - Instruments and Vocals" that jazz artists are also in the running for a GRAMMY - ten categories total.  Congratulations to ALL of the nominees!!   Best Contemporary Instrumental Album   "Wild Heart" - Mindi Abair[Label: Heads Up International] "Slam Dunk" - Gerald Albright[Label: Heads Up International] "Nathan East" - Nathan East [Label: Yamaha Entertainment Group]…
  • Top 50+ Jazz Albums For The Week Of 30 November 2014 - JazzWeek

    Donna M
    30 Nov 2014 | 11:01 pm
    Here are the top 50+ Jazz albums that received the most airplay on US, Canadian and internet radio stations from the last week! Which albums are going to make it on your Top Ten list for 2014? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook! For your listening pleasure this week, the Miguel Zenon Quartet at the Lotos Jazz Festival in Poland (2014) ~ Enjoy!     GERRY GIBBS THRASHER DREAM TRIO We’re Back (Whaling City Sounds) HOUSTON PERSON The Melody Lingers On (HighNote) KENNY BARRON & DAVE HOLLAND The Art Of Conversation (Impulse!) FREDDY COLE Singing The Blues (HighNote) ERIC REED…
  • Top 50 Jazz Albums For the Week of 23 November 2014 - JazzWeek

    Donna M
    23 Nov 2014 | 11:20 pm
    Here are the top 50 Jazz albums that received the most airplay on US, Canadian and internet radio stations from the last week! Which albums are going to make it on your Top Ten list for 2014? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook! For your listening pleasure this week, the Melissa Aldana Crash Trio ~ Enjoy!       GERRY GIBBS THRASHER DREAM TRIO We’re Back (Whaling City Sounds) KENNY BARRON & DAVE HOLLAND The Art Of Conversation (Impulse!) FREDDY COLE Singing The Blues (HighNote) HOUSTON PERSON The Melody Lingers On (HighNote) COOKERS Time And Time Again (Motema)
 
 
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  • JLCO with Wynton Marsalis celebrate Duke, Dizzy, Trane & Mingus: Jazz Titans

    16 Dec 2014 | 1:29 pm
    The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis perform the music of four pioneering giants of jazz – Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, John Coltrane, and Charles Mingus – in Duke, Dizzy, ‘Trane & Mingus: Jazz Titans at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater on January 29, 30 and 31 at 8pm. Jazz at Lincoln Center is located at Broadway at 60th Street in New York, New York. Duke, Dizzy, ‘Trane and Mingus singularly pursued ancestral music, particularly from Africa and Latin America, and used their discoveries to broaden the horizons of their artistry and create new…
  • New Year’s Eve 2014 at Jazz at Lincoln Center

    15 Dec 2014 | 12:15 am
    Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola ends the year on a high note with a one-night only appearance by the acclaimed Wynton Marsalis Quintet with special guests Jared Grimes and Kate Davis on New Year’s Eve. Rarely seen in New York City, the all-star ensemble features multi-reedist Walter Blanding, bassist Carlos Henriquez, drummer Ali Jackson, and pianist Dan Nimmer, sharing the club’s stage with trumpeter and Jazz at Lincoln Center Managing and Artistic Director Marsalis and two show-stopping special guests. Choreographer, tap dancer and Tony-Award nominee Grimes is a recipient of the 2014 Annual…
  • Birth of the American Orchestra

    14 Dec 2014 | 12:10 am
    On January 9 and 10, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis explores its big band roots. Partly inspired by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Managing & Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis’ Harvard University lecture, “Setting the Communal Table: The Evolution of the Jazz Orchestra”, delivered on September 26, 2013, the Birth of the American Orchestra concerts will explore the development of the American orchestra through the syncopated dance beats of New Orleans, innovative ensemble virtuosity, and the monumentality of swing and the blues. Bebop pioneer Dizzy Gillespie once…
  • Jazzing Up the Holidays at Dallas Symphony

    13 Dec 2014 | 11:23 pm
    Dallas — The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis is so far from the usual big-band cliché that it’s mind-blowing. A dozen of the finest jazz horn players in the nation performed with graceful vigor, enabled by an acoustic rhythm section of piano, bass and drums that imparted support and swing. At Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center on Thursday night as part of Dallas Symphony Orchestra Christmas Pops!, they enlivened tunes from the mid-1500s to modern, with exceedingly imaginative arrangements mostly generated by band members. Yet the show did not start off promisingly.
  • Singer is a hit at Marsalis’ swingin’ Christmas show

    13 Dec 2014 | 7:50 pm
    Remember the name Cecile McLorin Salvant. You can thank me later. Decked out in a white dress and blazing red high-heels, Salvant, who is only 25, walked out on the stage before a full house at FAMU’s Lee Hall Auditorium on Saturday night and let everyone know that she may be the best jazz vocalist of her generation. There were slight echoes of Peggy Lee, Billie Holiday and the great Ella Fitzgerald as the mature-sounding young singer playfully and skillfully glided her way through a lighthearted arrangement of Louis Armstrong’s “Is That You, Santa?” Talk about range. Of course,…
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  • Lawrence Brown with Duke Ellington in Montreal 1964

    wiley
    30 Nov 2014 | 9:48 am
    Sure — there are lots of things on the internet that you probably wouldn’t want to see, and many things that you’d probably want to un-see. Yes, as time goes on, they’ll be more and more demand for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind [iTunes] technology. What’s posted here, however, likely won’t fall into that category: It’s a 1964 performance by the Duke Ellington Orchestra in Montreal for a Canadian TV program called Le Jazz Hot. Many of the Ellington stalwarts are here, including Cat Anderson, Harry Carney, Johnny Hodges, and trombonist Lawrence…
  • Dizzy and the Group on Jazz 625, 1966

    wiley
    28 Oct 2014 | 12:17 pm
    Dizzy Gillespie’s 1966 group, featuring James Moody (saxes, flute), Kenny Barron (piano), Christopher Wesley White (bass), and Rudy Collins (drums), on the BBC’s Jazz 625 program. The show was hosted by Humphrey Lyttelton. The previous year, the same group played the 3/27/65 Charlie Parker Memorial concert at Carnegie Hall. Here as there, Diz and the band are in great form. A few years earlier, Dizzy ran for president of the United States — you’ll see an audience member with one of the Dizzy Gillespie for President balloons.
  • Yamaha Slide Oil Redux

    wiley
    23 Sep 2014 | 8:50 am
    Not so long ago — well, maybe it was pretty long ago, I did a little write-up on Yamaha Slide Oil. Give it a look, I’ll wait. Why do I bring it up? Well, there’s a good article about this Yamaha mixture at The Reforming Trombonist that is well worth reading, both because of the Yamaha stuff and a certain other lubricant.
  • April & Jazz Appreciation Month

    wiley
    25 Apr 2014 | 8:55 am
    Well, it’s been a while since there have been any posts here. To make matters worse, your’s truly has allowed most of Jazz Appreciation Month to pass without any jazz appreciation represented here. Thankfully, though, there’s still time. There’s always time. I think Albert Einstein said that. For some (really) belated jazz appreciation, let’s go back to nearly the beginning of the previous century to a little thing called Livery Stable Blues, recorded by The Original Dixieland Jass Band for Victor in 1917. In these early days of “jass,” this sort of…
  • Happy 2014

    wiley
    1 Jan 2014 | 9:17 am
    Happy New Year to all those who came by this website in 2013, and even those who didn’t. Sorry Commander Trombone wasn’t updated more often. I’ll endeavor to do something about that this year. Maybe a nine part series on trombone slide lubrication? Or slide maintenance? It’s a simple process, really, but you’re going to need a belt sander and your own lathe . . .
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  • Les Paul Over The Rainbow

    Doug Ramsey
    16 Dec 2014 | 10:25 pm
    Thanks to Rifftides reader Greg Curtis for flagging a performance by Les Paul of Harold Arlen’s best known song. This was at Fat Tuesday’s in New York, most likely in the 1990s. Paul’s accompanists were rhythm guitarist Lou Pollo and bassist Gary Mazzaroppi.
  • Monday Recommendation: Alan Broadbent

    Doug Ramsey
    15 Dec 2014 | 10:59 pm
    Alan Broadbent, Just One Of Those Things (Edition Longplay) This week’s recommendation is included in the December 15, 2014, roundup titled Recent Listening, Vinyly…. To see it, please go here.
  • Recent Listening, Vinyly: Broadbent, Lowe, Horvitz, Chemical Clock, Kanda

    Doug Ramsey
    15 Dec 2014 | 10:40 pm
    Once during a listening session, I apologized to Paul Desmond for the pops and scratches on a worn LP. “I don’t care if it’s on a cellophane strip,” he said, “ as long as I can hear what everybody is doing.” When it comes to sound quality, high-end audio perfectionists tend to be more demanding […]
  • Weekend Listening Tip: Holiday Jazz

    Doug Ramsey
    13 Dec 2014 | 10:54 pm
    If your listening mood has shifted to Christmas, veteran jazz broadcaster Jim Wilke is ready to accommodate you. He has prepared a wide-ranging program by artists from his neck of the woods, the Pacific Northwest. Here’s Jim’s announcement about tomorrow’s program. Jazz musicians are often an unconventional lot, and when it comes to holiday music […]
  • Other Matters: Risk And Playing From The Heart

    Doug Ramsey
    10 Dec 2014 | 5:24 pm
    How do you get to Carnegie Hall? “Practice,” the violinist Fritz Kreisler famously told a tourist who asked him that question on a New York street. But can a performer practice too much—practice the life out of a piece of music? No and yes, said one of Kreisler’s great contemporaries, pianist Artur Rubinstein (1887-1982). Here […]
 
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  • Live jazz from now until right up to when the fat man comes (Jazz in ROC, December 17-24)

    Greg V. Bell
    17 Dec 2014 | 3:11 pm
    Well, it's time to break out the Christmas jazz albums. One of my favorites is the Blue Note album to the right (affiliate link). What are yours (leave a comment...)? Like all holidays, I expect I'm missing a lot of special holiday stuff the artists and venues both think the other are advertising, so check back here and I'll add any that I find later. It also means that some of the ones listed, especially those next week, will not be happening, so it is good to call first before heading out.  Oh, as expected, it's pretty light.... Open the link below (if you're not reading this in an…
  • Happy 94th Birthday Mr. Terry! Guess who showed up to play ....

    Greg V. Bell
    15 Dec 2014 | 4:19 pm
    The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and Cécile McLorin Salvant turned up at the Jefferson Regional Medical Center to serenade jazz legend Clark Terry, who turned 94 yesterday with a swingin version of the birthday song:
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    Upcoming shows

  • Terence Blanchard in St. Louis on 06/10/15

    10 Jun 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Artist: Terence Blanchard Date: Wednesday, June 10th 2015 - Saturday, June 13th 2015 Time: 9:30pm City: St. Louis Venue: Jazz at the Bistro Address: 3536 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 Country: US Admission: Wed/Thu: $35; Fri/Sat: $40; Students w/ID: $15 Box office: 314.571.6000 Buy Tickets More info. Add to Google Calendar | Download iCal
  • Terence Blanchard in St. Louis on 06/10/15

    10 Jun 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Artist: Terence Blanchard Date: Wednesday, June 10th 2015 - Saturday, June 13th 2015 Time: 7:30pm City: St. Louis Venue: Jazz at the Bistro Address: 3536 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 Country: US Admission: Wed/Thu: $35; Fri/Sat: $40; Students w/ID: $15 Box office: 314.571.6000 Buy Tickets More info. Add to Google Calendar | Download iCal
  • Brunch at the Bistro with Tommy Halloran’s Guerrilla Swing in St. Louis on 05/31/15

    31 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    Artist: Brunch at the Bistro with Tommy Halloran’s Guerrilla Swing Date: Sunday, May 31st 2015 Time: 10:00am City: St. Louis Venue: Jazz at the Bistro Address: 3536 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 Country: US Admission: $34.95 includes brunch buffet and show | $17.95 for children 10 & under Notes: Reservations encourage but not required – 314.754.3222 x1 More info. Add to Google Calendar | Download iCal
  • Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio with Lionel Loueke in St. Louis on 05/27/15

    27 May 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Artist: Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio with Lionel Loueke Date: Wednesday, May 27th 2015 - Saturday, May 30th 2015 Time: 9:30pm City: St. Louis Venue: Jazz at the Bistro Address: 3536 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 Country: US Admission: Wed/Thu: $35; Fri/Sat: $40; Students w/ID: $15 Box office: 314.571.6000 Buy Tickets More info. Add to Google Calendar | Download iCal
  • Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio with Lionel Loueke in St. Louis on 05/27/15

    27 May 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Artist: Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio with Lionel Loueke Date: Wednesday, May 27th 2015 - Saturday, May 30th 2015 Time: 7:30pm City: St. Louis Venue: Jazz at the Bistro Address: 3536 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 Country: US Admission: Wed/Thu: $35; Fri/Sat: $40; Students w/ID: $15 Box office: 314.571.6000 Buy Tickets More info. Add to Google Calendar | Download iCal
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  • Wedlock Is A Padlock by Laura Lee

    20 Dec 2014 | 5:26 pm
    I like the play on words, in the title of this song.
  • Cool Pic - Louie, Paul and the Duke

    13 Nov 2014 | 10:24 am
    This picture of Louis Armstrong, Paul Newman and Duke Ellington made me smile.  I saw it @ AmericanBluesScene on Facebook
  • Thoughts On Taylor Swift.

    8 Nov 2014 | 2:21 pm
    Would someone please tell Taylor Swift, that if her music is not on Spotify, then I probably want be listening to her.And I say that realizing that she is not aiming her music at people in my demographic (50 somethings who mostly listen to blues music), but I have listened to her music in the past.  Posted her music in some of my other blogs, and even promoted some of her albums.  I really liked her earlier music.Her songs, before this last album, were in some of the playlist that I subscribe to, and I got to hear some of that music.  Too much like pop music for me though.Her…
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Tee Shirt

    15 Oct 2014 | 9:16 am
    Stevie Ray Vaughan - T-shirts - Band* Officially Licensed Music T-shirt * Brand New Never Been Worn Merchandise * 100% Cotton Short Sleeve T-Shirt * High Quality Manufactured Apparel T-shirt Waist Up Photo Of Stevie Ray Vaughan Holding Guitar With Red Stacked Logo Why Pay Those Ridiculous Concert T-Shirt Prices, When You Can Buy From Us? We Have The Largest Selection Of Shirts Anywhere Around! Most Of Our T-Shirts Are 100% Cotton, Preshrunk And Machine Washable.Rockabilia Tees and stuff @ Amazon.com
  • Leonard Cohen - Did I Ever Love You (Lyric Video)

    8 Oct 2014 | 10:07 am
 
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  • “OKAY, CATS. YOU READY?”: THE YERBA BUENA STOMPERS with MISS IDA BLUE at the SAN DIEGO JAZZ FEST (Nov. 27, 2014)

    jazzlives
    20 Dec 2014 | 1:28 pm
    “That band makes honest music,” says a friend of mine about the Yerba Buena Stompers. Here is a YBS offering from the 2014 San Diego Jazz Fest: John Gill, banjo / vocals; Conal Fowkes, piano; Clint Baker, tuba; Kevin Dorn, drums; Orange Kellin, clarinet; Tom Bartlett, trombone; Duke Heitger, trumpet; Leon Oakley, cornet; Miss Ida Blue, vocal. That last name on the list might be new to some of you.  “What?  A girl singer with the Stompers?”  Be calm.  Miss Ida is not the usual appendage, an attractive woman who comes up to woo us with PENNIES FROM HEAVEN and SUNNY…
  • ASKING THE UNANSWERABLE QUESTION IN SONG

    jazzlives
    19 Dec 2014 | 4:17 am
    I am not suffering from romantic despair, so I don’t know what drew me to revisit this performance (recorded slightly more than two years ago) but I find it so delicate yet powerful that I want to draw your attention to it. It is a performance of a melancholy Irving Berlin classic by the singer Abigail Riccards and the pianist Michael Kanan — recorded at The Drawing Room in Brooklyn, New York, on October 6, 2013.  Abigail’s charades at the start made me giggle then and still do . . . but the mood turns quiet and serious quickly. I think of this performance as a triumph of…
  • “THE FIRST KIND OF MUSIC”

    jazzlives
    18 Dec 2014 | 3:44 pm
    When I first began to search out New York live jazz performances, the news of who was playing where and when was often available in my local newspaper, the New York Times, The New Yorker, even Down Beat.  Some of the information, accessed weeks in advance, was no longer accurate by the time the gig happened, so there were some disappointments.  And much of what I learned was by word-of-mouth: “Do you know that Buddy Tate has a gig on Saturday at The Onliest Place?” and that bit of information could be investigated by telephone. It would seem that jazz fans have it much easier in…
  • MORAL CENSURE in 4/4, WITH A STOP-AND-GO (at the SAN DIEGO JAZZ FEST): MARC CAPARONE, RAY SKJELBRED, BEAU SAMPLE, HAL SMITH (Nov. 28, 2014)

    jazzlives
    18 Dec 2014 | 1:48 pm
    I’m very fond of NOBODY’S SWEETHEART NOW — both the music and the sadly censorious lyrics that wag a stern moral finger at the pretty girl who has left her home town to live a fast life in the Big Bad City.  Here is my leisurely explication-with-music of several songs that do the neat trick of delineating vice while saying how naughty it is and what sad consequences ensue.  (What other blog offers you fallen women all the way back to Thomas Hardy?  I ask you.) But here, without its lyrics, is a 2014 Chicagoan version of that Sweetheart’s fall from grace — as…
  • GETTING HOT IN SPOKANE

    jazzlives
    17 Dec 2014 | 1:47 pm
    According some serious-looking online research, the average temperature in Spokane, Washington is 48.05 degrees Farenheit.  So you know my title is not, strictly speaking, true as a statement about climate. But there are kinds of heat one can’t measure with a thermometer, as JAZZ LIVES readers know.  I know Spokane as the birthplace and early proving grounds for some serious artists: Harry Lillis Crosby, Mildred Rinker Bailey, and her brother Al.  Put them all together and you have a sizable chunk of twentieth-century creativity in fine music.  But they run the risk of being…
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  • End of the year links

    20 Dec 2014 | 12:11 pm
    There's a new issue of Point of Departure.Perfect Sound Forever has articles on Art Pepper and Sun Ra.The votes are in at the NPR Jazz Critics Poll. Francis Davis breaks it down and offers his own ballot. Tom Hull collates the data, and my ballot is here.Burning Ambulance counts down their top jazz releases, staring with numbers 25-21.Hank Shteamer offers his top ten plus.The NYT's Nate Chinen chimes in with his best of the year list. Ben Ratliff too.Bomb Magazine has an archival interview with Julius Hemphill.Send comments to Tim.
  • Books: Van Morrison and William Parker

    18 Dec 2014 | 3:37 pm
    Lit Up Inside: Selected Lyrics by Van Morrison - Morrison is certainly an inscrutable figure, unique in whatever genre he belongs in, drifting from rhythm and blues to soul, jazz and gospel, sometimes within the same song. This book tracks a roughly linear path through Morrison's career with a few cuts from his first band, Them, and singles like the immortal "Brown Eyed Girl" and the absolutely devastating "T.B. Sheets" are covered before exploring his revelatory early work. The lyrics on his masterpiece Astral Weeks have been studied and debated ever sine the album was released, so it is…
  • Schlippenbach Trio - First Recordings (Trost, 2014)

    15 Dec 2014 | 3:47 pm
    Pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach along with Evan Parker on tenor and soprano saxophone and Paul Lovens on drums are one of the longest lasting and most well respected groups in free jazz improvisation. Apparently it all began here on April 2, 1972 during the Workshop Freie Musik at the Acadamy of the Arts, Berlin. It hardly sounds like a first recording, because they come out of the gate with almost telepathic unity on "Deals" which is a continuous collective improvisation lasting over thirty eight minutes. The musicians show an amazing degree of stamina considering that the…
  • Blue Note: Uncompromising Expression Part 2: The Music

    11 Dec 2014 | 5:17 pm
    It is a testament to the power of the Blue Note label that a five disc set can barely scratch the surface with the depth of music and talent running so deep. But rather than trying to tell the entire Blue Note story (that would take one hundred discs plus) the selectors follow the format of the book, breaking the music into the following sections - Disc One: From Boogie to Bop, 1939-1953; Disc Two: Messengers, Preachers and Hard Bop, 1953-1958; Disc Three: Struttin', Moaning', and Somethin' Else, 1958-1960; Disc Four: Bossa, Blues and Hits 1961-1965; and Disc Five: Can You Dig It? 1953-2014.
  • Blue Note: Uncompromising Expression Part 1: The Book

    10 Dec 2014 | 1:15 pm
    This lavish doorstop is a beautiful testament to the everlasting impact that Blue Note Records have had on American (and world) culture. It begins as a rags to riches story of two men, Francis Wolff and Alfred Lion, who fled Germany to escape the Holocaust and fascism and moved to America to found one of the most iconic of all record labels. They started out on a shoestring, recording the "hot jazz" they loved, like the boogie-woogie pianists Meade Lux Lewis and Albert Ammons. The book follows the company as they make their tentative steps into bebop, recording Thelonious Monk and Fats…
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    The Jazzcat

  • Make Music LA Holiday Flash Mob Concert at City National Plaza 2014!

    jazzcat
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:55 am
  • Calling out to all Musicians! Holiday Flash Mob in Downtown LA!!!!!!

    jazzcat
    17 Dec 2014 | 8:44 am
    The holiday season is in full swing in Los Angeles and this year LeRoy Downs, the quintessential on-air radio personality and creator and producer of TheJazzCat.net, and president of Make Music Los Angeles will be celebrating a new tradition by producing a Holiday Flash Mob/concert on Dec. 18, 2014 at City National Bank Plaza in downtown Los Angeles, CA. The concert begins at 5:00 p.m. City National Plaza is located at 515 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA. “There is no greater joy than the sights and sounds of the holiday season,” says Mr. Downs, “Earlier this year for International…
  • LeRoy Downs on RISE with Mark Maxwell Talking about the Holiday Flash Mob!

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    15 Dec 2014 | 7:06 am
    Click, Listen, Register, Play, Love, Celebrate!!!!   This Thursday Dec 18th @ 5pm @ City National Plaza – Click Pic for Directions!
  • KPFK’s Holiday Concert & Benefit Show Dec 20th!

    jazzcat
    8 Dec 2014 | 2:49 pm
    KPFK’s Holiday Concert & Benefit Show Saturday December 20th Featuring Oscar Hernandez, Luis Conte and many more phenomenal artists! Join KPFK’s own Maggie LePique as she celebrates 20 years at KPFK with a star studded Holiday concert at the Catalina Jazz Club on Sunset Blvd in Hollywood California!  Music director for the night will be pianist Oscar Hernandez of the world renowned Spanish Harlem Orchestra. With amazing artists, guests and performances. Oscar Hernandez Host for the evening will be Richard Montoya! Joining Oscar and Richard will be an amazing line up of…
  • WARNE MARSH: AN IMPROVISED LIFE

    jazzcat
    8 Dec 2014 | 9:28 am
 
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    JazzWax

  • Weekend Wax Bits

    Marc Myers
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:05 pm
    British Invasion pop-rocker Dusty Springfield is best known for hits like I Only Want to Be With You, You Don't Have to Say You Love Me, The Look of Love and Son of a Preacher Man. But Springfield also had jazz chops, which Blossom Dearie recognized when she wrote and recorded Dusty Springfield in 1970. For harder evidence, here's Springfield with Mel Torme... Holiday wishes Director Raymond De Felitta ('Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris, Rob the Mob) sent along a link to an online holiday album he waxed as a lark with pal Jon O'Hara, son of the late jazz singer and…
  • The Ultimate Party Mix

    Marc Myers
    18 Dec 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Stuck for party music? Several weeks ago, Wall Street Journal/Europe asked me to put together an ulitimate mix for a holiday issue that not only would get revelers up out of their seats but also allow those engaged in couch conversation to carry on without being drowned out. The mix also had to be perfect for a party at your house or at a friend's house if you were asked to bring the music and it has to cut across all demographics. True confessions. Back in the 1970s and early '80s, I was out four nights a week and frequently made mixes for friends. The 20-track mix I created…
  • 17 Boxed-Set Discoveries

    Marc Myers
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Earlier this week I featured my favorite new CD discoveries. Today, I turn to my favorite boxed sets from 2014 in a range of genres—from country and jazz to rock and folk—for those still looking for a gift idea... Ronnie Milsap: The RCA Albums Collection (Sony). I prefer my Nashville country straight up. Because I'm a romantic, I veer toward the classic. A big deep masculine voice or powerful female voice singing about passing through, moving on, dirty little secrets, feverish love, cheating hearts and misery. On the male side, one of my favorite country artists is Ronnie Milsap,…
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    St. Louis Jazz Notes

  • StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Winter/spring 2015 jazz preview

    20 Dec 2014 | 6:05 am
    Today, it's the first part of StLJN's winter/spring 2015 jazz preview, in which we bring you music videos from jazz and creative music performers who will be visiting our city in the first part of next year. First up are The Bad Plus, who will be back in St. Louis from Wednesday, January 7 through Saturday, January 10 to play at Jazz at the Bistro. The group has been visiting the Bistro early in January for nearly a decade now, and since their last trip here, they've put out a new recording of all original music, Inevitable Western. In the video up above, you can see them playing a song from…
  • Stooges Brass Band, No BS! Brass Band set for shows at Broadway Oyster Bar

    19 Dec 2014 | 4:19 pm
    The Broadway Oyster Bar, home to monthly gigs from the Funky Butt Brass Band and frequent host to various New Orleans acts, has booked two more brass bands for gigs early next year. New Orleans' Stooges Brass Band (pictured) will return to St. Louis to play the BOB on Thursday, January 15, while the No BS! Brass Band , an eleven-piece group based in Richmond, VA, will perform on Sunday, February 8.The Stooges have played in St. Louis before, most recently in August of this year at the Oyster Bar, but as best as we can tell, this will be the first local show for the No BS! Brass Band. (We'll…
  • So What: Local News, Notes & Links

    19 Dec 2014 | 2:46 am
    Here's the latest wrap-up of assorted links and short news items of local interest:* The Funky Butt Brass Band has released online a new song, "Because It's Christmas." Proceeds from the sale of downloads of the tune will benefit Music for Lifelong Achievement, a St. Louis not-for-profit organization that collects and refurbishes used musical instruments and then distributes them to local students in need.* Also just in time for Christmas, trumpeter Jeremy Davenport, who grew up in U City and now lives in New Orleans, made a music video of "Silent Night" as one of a series of holiday songs…
  • Jazz this week: Roy Hargrove, "Holiday Brasstravaganza," Ellington's "Nutcracker,"a big band murder mystery, and more

    17 Dec 2014 | 2:02 am
    For this last week before Christmas, the calendar of jazz and creative music performances in and around St. Louis features the long-overdue return of a top touring trumpeter, plus several holiday-themed shows and some other special presentations from local performers. Let's go to the highlights....Wednesday, December 17 Trumpeter Roy Hargrove returns to Jazz at the Bistro to begin his first St. Louis gig as a leader in more than a decade.When he last played here, Hargrove (pictured) already had recorded several well-regarded albums of hard-bop-inspired sounds and was tagged as a rising star.
  • Music Education Monday: A Benny Golson master class, and the Saxophone Museum

    15 Dec 2014 | 12:52 pm
    This week, Music Education Monday is all about the saxophone, starting with a master class from the veteran saxophonist and composer and former Jazz Messenger Benny Golson.In the first video below, Golson, writer of well-known tunes such as "Killer Joe," "Whisper Not," and "Along Came Betty," discusses his career with author Tom Piazza as part of a master class held in 2005 at Loyola University in New Orleans. In the second video, Golson gives a performance of "Along Came Betty" and discusses how he wrote the song.In between videos, you might want to take a break for a virtual visit to the…
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    Jazz Blues Florida - Florida's Online Guide to Live Jazz & Blues in at JazzBluesFlorida.com

  • Depressed, Suppressed, Oppressed...(Allen Kanovsky, you have a lot of musicians sweating right now - that you might be writing about them and not yourself!)

    Jazz Blues Florida
    20 Dec 2014 | 10:18 am
    Submitted by Al Kanovsky 12/20/14...and Unpressed. That was me last night. I was depressed by the news of China Valles' passing. The news all day was filled with stories of North Korea and Cuba so I thought of the suppressed and oppressed millions of people. When I shave I am forced to look in the mirror and realize my neck, arms and most of the rest of me is unpressed. There is only one way to fight all this negativity. JAZZ or BLUES LIVE.El Gato Fresco aka Eddy Balzola is at Soyka's with Yoel DelSol on congas, Rafael Valencia (bass) and Ray Monroig playing drums. I found a table close…
  • Old Dogs Florida Blues TV - Not every BIG DOG gets to be an old one!

    Jazz Blues Florida
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:55 am
    Old Dogs Rule the Blues!"Music history at its best! Fun and Educational! Check out the Old Dogs TV Show!"Watch the shows NOW online on YouTube atwww.olddogsmickeycarroll.comThe Old Dogs series and performances will be aired on the following cable and digital broadcast channels to over 3 MILLION homes in Central Florida:Vision TV - Brighthouse Channel 198Vision TV - Comcast Channel 98Vision TV - AT&T U-verse Channel 99Vision TV - Digital Broadcast Channel 29 - 2and are or will be available on demand at:www.orangetvfl.netOrange TV…
  • WD555? - Miami Beach code for fine wine and great JAZZ!

    Jazz Blues Florida
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:44 am
    Ending the year w/fine jazz & wine.What could be better?WD555 Wine Depot/Bar-Bistro555 Jefferson AveMiami Beach, FL 33139 wd555usa.com (305)672-6161   Small Jazz ensembles accompany weekly Tuesday Wine Tasting events. Performance is indoors in Wine Tasting room, 7-10pm.Limited to 50 seats. RSVP necessary to assure seating.Call to RSVP: (305)672-6161 Email to RSVP: EMAILSCHEDULEDecember 23: The French HornDecember 30: Ramatis Moraes Trio Promotional distribution byJazzBluesFlorida.com561-313-7432 If you wish to be included in our FREE subscriber list…
  • Florida New Year's Eve Events for Jazz & Blues People - Updated 12/19/14

    Jazz Blues Florida
    19 Dec 2014 | 9:34 am
    Jazz & Blues Florida is compiling a list of New Year's Eve events around Florida of interest. (Yes, it is our CLIENTS that are linked!) Great Outdoors Restaurant:  New Year's Eve w/ Little Mike & The TornadoesBeach Shack: New Year's Eve Party With Usual SuspectsMaguire's Hill 16: Albert CastigliaBradfordville Blues Club: Johnny Marshall Band.Heidi's Jazz Club: Kenny Co​hen will join the Ron Teixeira Trio for your entertainment and the dance party while we celebrate on New Years Eve to bring in the new year, 2015.Funky Biscuit: Natural Wonder - The Ultimate…
  • Jazz and Love: A Fresh and Innovative Valentine's Day Live Jazz Experience in Boca Raton, FL

    Jazz Blues Florida
    19 Dec 2014 | 5:55 am
    1 Night, 4 Award-Winning Artists, A World Class Stage... Jazz and Love Jazz & Love Valentine's ConcertSaturday, February 14, 2015Mizner Park Amphitheater590 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432  MAPjazzandlove.com  TICKETSFeaturing...Four time Grammy nominee Boney James Eleven time Grammy nominee Kirk Whalum Chart topping contemporary jazz band Pieces of a DreamPowerhouse vocalist, songwriter, pianist, arranger and producer Sheléa FrazierWelcome to Jazz and Love, a fresh and innovative live jazz experience like none other. Presented at the…
 
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    LondonJazz

  • CD REVIEW: Keith Jarrett / Charlie Haden / Paul Motian - Hamburg ‘72

    20 Dec 2014 | 3:01 pm
    Keith Jarrett / Charlie Haden / Paul Motian - Hamburg ‘72 (ECM 470 4256. CD review by Andy Boeckstaens)Pianist Keith Jarrett found fame early in life, initially with Charles Lloyd in the mid-60s. When this concert was taped at the NDR Funkhaus in Hamburg on 14th June 1972, his trio with bass player Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motian had existed for six years, recorded three albums for Atlantic Records, and was already at a creative peak. Jarrett was still only 27 years old.After a hint of “When You Wish upon a Star” during a lyrical, unaccompanied opening, the piano coalesces with…
  • LP REVIEW: Basso Valdambrini Quintet – Fonit H602-H603

    20 Dec 2014 | 2:55 pm
    Basso Valdambrini Quintet – Fonit H602-H603 (Rearward RW154LP. Double LP. Review by Andrew Cartmel)The small groups co-led by tenor sax player Gianni Basso and trumpeter Oscar Valdambrini were the most celebrated jazz units to emerge from Italy in the late 1950's and early 60's. First rising to prominence in Milan, under the name The Italian Sextet, Basso actually came from Asti (where they make such damn fine wine) while Valdambrini was born in Turin. They played the San Remo and Lyon jazz festivals and distinguished themselves in Armando Trovajoli’s big band before reverting to their…
  • YEAR-END LISTS (4 of 4): JAZZ WISHES FOR 2015

    16 Dec 2014 | 12:01 am
    Sam Leak. Photo Credit: Barbara BartzTwo sorts of wishes. First, writers pick musicians whom they want to hear more of. Second there are some more general wishes relating to the scene: WOULD LIKE TO HEAR MORE OF IN 2015Callum Au’s recent big band album Something’s Coming combined rich arrangements of Bernstein with great original compositions. Also with an acclaimed quintet to his name, 2015 should be a great year for Callum. (Jon Carvell)Theo Croker's Dvrk Funk.  The young American trumpeter and his quintet with  Irwin Hall (alto), Kassa…
  • YEAR-END LISTS (3 of 4) JAZZ MUSICIANS OF 2014

    16 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    'Renaissance Man' Clark Tracey's Quintet (personnel below) atHerts Jazz Festival September 2014. Photo credit: Melody McLarenOur writers' selection of established artists (over 35 - for artists under 35 see our other list) who have made a mark in 2014:Julian Arguelles. Not having seen him for play for maybe ten years, I have seen Julian Arguelles play in five gigs this year, in various combinations. His quartet gig in the Edinburgh Jazz Festival is one of my highlights of the year, and his playing all round has been superb. (Patrick Hadfield) Pete Churchill (three people wrote)- I…
  • YEAR-END LISTS (2 of 4): MUSICIANS OF 2014 (UNDER 35)

    15 Dec 2014 | 12:01 am
    Alice Zawadzki (with Pete Lee at the piano)Photo Credit Melody McLarenThis is our list of younger musicians who have made a mark (on us) in 2014: Leo Appleyard. Until a month ago, I hadn't heard of the guitarist . I missed his gig at LJF - it sold out before I thought to grab a ticket - but his CD Pembroke Road was an impressive debut. I hope to catch him next year!(Patrick Hadfield) Moses Boyd....A wonderful drummer and still only 23.(Adam Sieff)George Crowley.   The sax player, through promoting regular gigs in smaller pubs like the Oxford and the Con Cellar Bar, is…
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    Free Jazz Lessons

  • How To Improve Your Piano Rhythm: For Jazz Pianists And More

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    18 Dec 2014 | 4:32 am
    One of the cool things about learning jazz piano is there are so many different things you can practice that will help you improve your skills. Jazz is a very deep art form and there’s always something new and fun to explore. For example, you can spend time learning new tunes, practice your jazz piano improvisation chops, learn new jazz scales, learn more chord voicings, develop your transposition skills, train your ear, improve your comping, learn more about jazz theory, and much more. It’s exciting that we have so many fun things to explore. Sometimes it can feel a bit overwhelming…
  • Christmas Jazz Piano Super System Thank You Video

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    5 Nov 2014 | 5:42 am
    Hi Everybody! Just wanted to take a quick and thank everybody who’s already order the Christmas Jazz Piano Super System so far.  I’m so humbled and honored by the response so far. It’s truly been amazing. While I was packaging the orders I thought I’d create a little video and personally thank you all. You can check it out below. Please note that it was 2:30 am when I shot the video. These days I usually dress a little nicer for my lesson videos but I was in my ‘comfy clothes’ in this one. There wasn’t any script or anything like that. Just real talk…
  • The Christmas Jazz Piano Super System Is HERE!!

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    3 Nov 2014 | 9:13 am
    Hey jazz piano and christmas piano fans!  The Christmas Jazz Piano Super System is now LIVE and available today! You can get access to the course right here.  www.freejazzlessons.com/christmas As a reminder, I am including some very special and limited bonuses exclusive to launch week.  Plus, I’m also including FREE shipping to anywhere in the world for the first 150 buyers. (First come first serve.) So, you’ll want to go here and get pick up your copy right now so you don’t lose out. Thank you for your continued support of jazz education! I truly look forward to…
  • Free Christmas Piano Jam Track!

    freejazzlessons.com
    31 Oct 2014 | 12:08 am
    Hey Christmas piano and jazz piano fans! We are now only 4 days away from the release of the brand new “Christmas Jazz Piano Super System” 2 DVD set. The course officially releases on Monday, November 3rd, 2014 at 10am EST (that’s New York time). Update: The Christmas Jazz Piano Super System is LIVE!! You can get access to it by clicking right here As a reminder, I am including some very special and limited bonuses exclusive to launch week. You’ll learn more about them on Monday morning.  I’m also very excited to announce a special unadvertised bonus right…
  • How To Play Christmas Songs On The Piano Using Jazz Arrangements

    freejazzlessons.com
    27 Oct 2014 | 4:05 am
    We are just 7 days away from the release of the new “Christmas Jazz Piano Super System” 2 DVD set. To celebrate the launch I wanted to share an exclusive sample video right from the actual course (below). I’ve also gotten a TON of emails about the course so I’m also going to answer some of the most common questions I’ve received (also below). Update: The Christmas Jazz Piano Super System is LIVE!! You can get access to it by clicking right here If you have any additional questions. Please leave a comment below or email us using the contact form at the top the…
 
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