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Hot Jazz Jubile

New in August:

Related imageAdrian Cunnigham is on the cover in an in-depth profile. In his regular humor column, he discusses being “Jazz Famous”.

Our Jazz Birthday of the Month is Louis Armstrong with an original illustration by Gary Price.


We remember Bill Watrous, Tom Dutart, Bill Bissonette, Lina Foley, Dick Doner and Les Lieber.

Shelly Gallichio tells you which restaurants to haunt on your next New Orleans trip.Image result for commanders palace new orleans

Larry Melton sings the praises of rural Missouri newspaperman Murray Bishoff of The Monett Times who for decades has dived into the regions ragtime history and current events.

We announce our back to school subscription drive.

Scott Yanow Profiles Chriss Barber

Mike Vax on Jazz Education

A Conversation with British Stride and Boogie Woogie pianist Neville Dickie.

Circus Music Lives!

The Night Blooming Jazz Men have “The best 93 year old cornet player around.”Image result for the night blooming jazzmen

Randi Cee tows the line between collecting and hoarding.

Book Reviews:

Image result for freedom's dance: social aid and pleasure clubs in new orleansFreedom’s Dance: Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs in New Orleans by Eric Waters and Karen Celestan

World on a String: A Musical Memoir by  John Pizzarelli, and Joseph Cosgriff


We Review Albums from:

79ers Gang, Bunk Johnson, Neville Dickie, Dennis Lichtman, Leyland and Coloma, Marty Elkins, Art Tatum, The Swing Shouters, The Dizzy Birds, Gentlemen and Gangsters, Rhythm Junkies, and The Rhythm Gamblers.

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