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Today's Track: Raining In Bristol (Sun, 17 Dec 2017)
 Download « Raining In Bristol » free jazz mp3 Listen to Raining In Bristol (04:51) By Artist/Band Andy Nowak From the Album Sorrow And The Phoenix (Self Produced ) More Downloads
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Jazz Music News

BIRTHDAY: Jazz Musician of the Day: John Abercrombie (Sat, 16 Dec 2017)

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VIDEO / DVD: STLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Winter/Spring 2018 Jazz Preview, Part 1 (Fri, 15 Dec 2017)

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RADIO: Copyright Royalty Board Raises Rates Siriusxm Pays for Music 40% (Fri, 15 Dec 2017)

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Geno Thackara's Best Releases of 2017 (Sun, 17 Dec 2017)

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Jerome Wilson's Best of 2017 (Sun, 17 Dec 2017)

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Van Morrison: Roll With The Punches and Versatile (Sun, 17 Dec 2017)

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: Van Morrison: Roll With The Punches and Versatile (Sun, 17 Dec 2017)
Van Morrison's disenchantment with the business underpinnings of his creative output has been a continuing theme of his work over the years. It's always been something of a self-serving state of mind, but never so much so with the release of two very similarly-conceived and executed albums, on two d... [ read more ]
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David Stackenas: Bricks (Sun, 17 Dec 2017)
Hailing from Sweden, David Stackenas (Per Zanussi Ensemble, Lina Nyberg Band) may be one of the best lesser-known global guitarists out there. Active in jazz and experimental ensembles in Europe and beyond, the artist follows up his previous solo acoustic guitar outing Separator (2009, Found You) wi... [ read more ]
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Deanna Witkowski: Makes the Heart to Sing: Jazz Hymns (Sat, 16 Dec 2017)
The improvisatory phrase and the song of praise don't stem from the same place, but who's to say they can't break bread together? With Makes The Heart To Sing: Jazz Hymns, pianist Deanna Witkowski erases lines between the strict-toned sacred and malleable secular, creating music that manages to be t... [ read more ]
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All About Jazz Feature Interviews

Julian Priester: Reflections in Positivity (Fri, 08 Dec 2017)

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Gunhild Carling: Sweden's Incredible Talent (Sat, 25 Nov 2017)

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Aaron Goldberg: Exploring the Now (Fri, 24 Nov 2017)

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Harry Benson: The Music of The Beatles is Still Terrific (Fri, 24 Nov 2017)

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MUSIC INDUSTRY: Sound Diplomacy: Improving Music Cities Worldwide ()
For a music community to develop and thrive, it needs a city to grow in. So what is about iconic cities like London, Chicago, and Nashville that allow a local music culture to thrive, and how is this culture affected by governments and business? Sound Diplomacy seeks to answer these questions. Guest post by Leticia Trandafir of Landr...
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RADIO: Copyright Royalty Board Raises Rates Siriusxm Pays for Music 40% ()
Responding to a request from SoundExchange and other artist advocates, the US Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) yesterday issued rate changes for for Sirius XM's satellite radio service, as well as for cable and satellite television music services provided by Music Choice and Muzak, from 2018 through 2022...
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Your Jazz Improvisation Audit: 36 Questions That Will Show You What You REALLY Know
It’s time to get down to business… The business of finding out if you’re on track to achieve your musical goals and develop into the musician you want to become. While we often focus on the solos of master musicians and important improvisation concepts here at JazzAdvice, today we’re going to focus on you. Specifically the skills you’ve developed on your musical journey. It’s time for your “musical audit.” But don’t freak out! An audit is simply a systematic inspection of a business’s accounts to ensure accuracy. And for musicians, this means testing your skills and knowledge to ensure that you’re on track in the essential areas of improvisation  – theory, ear training, and tunes & language. The truth is, the way we see our musical-selves is not always entirely accurate. In your daily routine it’s easy to think “Sure, I know music theory” or “Yeah, I have decent ears” or “I know enough tunes.” However, we rarely get specific or put ourselves to the test… What exactly do you know? Where exactly do your ears start getting fuzzy with the melody and harmony? When and where do your musical skills hit a wall? So for the next 30 minutes grab your instrument or pull a chair up to the piano. Here are 36 questions that will cover the stuff you should’ve learned in school and the techniques you need to know get to the next level … Read More Read related articles 5 Skills You Won’t Learn in School, Skill Two:… Can Your Ears Pass This Simple Test? The Answer… 3 Steps to Freedom In All 12 Keys 6 Practice Essentials for Every Improviser Happy New Year! 8 Musical Resolutions That Will…
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