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Today's Track: The 99 Percent (Sat, 25 Feb 2017)
 Download « The 99 Percent » free jazz mp3 Listen to The 99 Percent (3:29) By Artist/Band Noah Preminger From the Album Meditations on Freedom (Self Produced) More Downloads
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Jazz Music News

RECORDING: Saxophone Maestra Fostina Dixon Blends Contemporary Jazz, Gospel, Funk and R&B on "Here We Go Again" (Fri, 24 Feb 2017)

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CAREER: Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Presents a New Artist Event Series: The Creative Entrepreneur: Helping Young + Emerging Artists Navigate the Business World (Fri, 24 Feb 2017)

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RADIO: JazzWeek Radio Chart: February 27, 2017 (Fri, 24 Feb 2017)

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All About Jazz Feature Articles

Mahalia Jackson -- Nothing but Love in Goda€(TM)s Water by Robert Darden (Sat, 25 Feb 2017)

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Jamil Sheriff: Helping shape a brave new jazz world (Fri, 24 Feb 2017)

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Dan Phillips Returns To Chicago (Tue, 21 Feb 2017)

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Dialectical Imagination: The Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Rapture (Sat, 25 Feb 2017)
The title The Angel and the Brute Sing Songs of Rapture may conjure an elaborate theatrical vocal production but it is neither that, nor anything else that is even remotely familiar. Pianist/composer Eli Wallace and drummer Rob Pumpelly make up the duo Dialectical Imagination and describe their blen... [ read more ]
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Steve Noble / Kristoffer Berre Alberts: Coldest Second Yesterday (Sat, 25 Feb 2017)
Saxophone/drum duets tend to bring out the devil in people. Norwegian reedman m: Kristoffer Berre Alberts' approach might come as a surprise for those familiar with him only through his work with bands such as Snik and m: Cortex. Here he explores the edges to the exclusion of... [ read more ]
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Ross Hammond: Follow Your Heart (Sat, 25 Feb 2017)
Have you doubted the existence of God? Wondered if there is a place called heaven? You may react to those questions with an emphatic "yes," or, if your answer is you have "no doubts," you posses a substance called faith, an article beyond reason and knowledge. Listening to Follow You Heart by guitar... [ read more ]
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All About Jazz Feature Interviews

Jamil Sheriff: Helping shape a brave new jazz world (Fri, 24 Feb 2017)

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Tim Bowness: Ghost Lights and Life Sentences (Sun, 19 Feb 2017)

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Laura Jurd: Big Footprints (Thu, 16 Feb 2017)

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Al Jarreau holds forth on the art of singing, the decline of radio and the glory of the great American songbook (Tue, 14 Feb 2017)

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CAREER: Most Common Music Publishing Agreements Explained ()
While there may be significant frustration among music composers at low streaming rates and other challenges making money in the music industry, there is still a good deal of money to be made on the publishing sided of things. Here we breakdown five of the most common types of publishing agreements...
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CAREER: Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Presents a New Artist Event Series: The Creative Entrepreneur: Helping Young + Emerging Artists Navigate the Business World ()
On March 10, 2017 from 2-5pm, the Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia (ABC), through its Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (PVLA) program, will host the first clinic of its new series: a€oeThe Creative Entrepreneur: Helping Young + Emerging Artists Navigate the Business Worlda€...
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Make 2017 Your Best Musical Year – Use These 3 Simple Steps to Reach Your Goals
How to accomplish musical goals Let’s be real. New Year’s Resolutions don’t work… Every year, January 1st comes and people act as if they’re going to entirely reinvent themselves, that this is the year. The year that’s different than all other years. The year of making things happen and achieving goals. But just after a few weeks, the smoke from the fireworks clears and we’re back to square one. Back into our routine and back into our old habits. Our lofty goals fade away to the background once again, patiently waiting to resurface at the turn of the next new year… What went wrong? Is there a solution? I’m a motivated person, is there a way I can actually accomplish my musical goals this year? I’ve got good news for you. YES. It’s absolutely possible to accomplish your musical goals this year—or at least make huge progress on them—but you need to transform how you think about musical goals. The standard goal setting methods might work when it comes to getting up earlier or drinking more water, but as a musician, you need a method that’s ongoing. You need a method that works when you’re tired. You need a method that turns even your smallest goals into a reality because let’s face it…in music even the smallest goals take a TON of work to achieve. In general, when it comes to musical goals, goals are much larger than they appear. Musical goals are large For example, it sounds simple enough to “transcribe a solo,” but what get’s lost in … Read More Read related articles The Power of One Time to Overhaul Your Practice Routine One Brick at a Time: That’s how you build a wall Goal Setting 101 for the Jazz Musician Marathon Training For The Musician A Word From Investor’s Business Daily
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