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Muhal Richard Abrams was born on this day in 1930. Here are photos from the Abrams tribute concert held this past January, featuring , Henry Threadgill, and others.
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We now have speakers, panels, and more announced for the 2019 Jazz Congress!
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Today is Cuong Vu’s birthday! Here is a recent feature we did with him and fellow trumpeter Rob Mazurek talking about electronics.
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Theo Bleckmann 6h
Thank you Ira for creating the wonderful RIP
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Happy birthday, Michael Franks! We caught up with the singer/songwriter not too long ago to discuss his career and why he doesn't mind being called "some old jazz guy."
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 18
Emily Remler would have been 61 today. However, her battle with drug addiction took one of jazz's most promising guitarists from the world in 1990. Here is her story.
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Nate Chinen Sep 17
Here is the NYT obituary for Ira Sabin, founder and publisher of . I didn't know Ira — but like many jazz critics, I owe him a lot. Thanks, , for such thoughtful treatment of the man and his magazine.
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 17
What's your favorite vocal jazz duet of all time? See if it made the cut in our latest
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 17
Dig our review of "Settings for Three," the third album from the trio of Phil Haynes, Drew Gress, and Dave Liebman.
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 17
ICYMI: Ira Sabin, the founder of JazzTimes, died last week.
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 17
Jon Hendricks would have been 97 today. In 2014 caught up with "The Godfather of Jazz Vocalese" to discuss his style and place in history.
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 16
The New York-based experimental group Onyx Collective just released their first album.
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 16
Have you seen our latest yet? We list 10 classic vocal jazz duets!
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 16
Today would have been B.B. King's 93rd birthday. Here's how remembers the legendary musician.
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 15
Bassist Matthew Lux has put together a new ensemble, and here's our review of their debut album "Contra/Fact."
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 15
A new technology promises the best sound ever—but gets a skeptical reaction.
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 15
Find out why Nik Bärtsch and Ronin are following the path of the samurai—musically speaking.
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 14
"With 'Some of That Sunshine,' unleashes her equally impressive dexterity as a songwriter." See our full review here:
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JazzTimes Magazine Sep 14
The release of "Love is Here to Stay" by and got us thinking about other classic vocal jazz duets for this week's .
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