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Every year the Basin Street Regulars raise money to send students to jazz camp, and this year we were able to sponsor twelve students at
Multi-reedist Dan Levinson led eight of the best trad/swing musicians on the metro NYC scene in a sold-out concert at the 300-seat Bickford Theater in
Drummer and bandleader Sherrie Maricle, an Endicott NY native, heads three ensembles. She led her DIVA Jazz Orchestra at Jazz ‘N Caz Sept 15. [Photo
True to my slogan, “Support Live Jazz”, on November 18th I went to hear Eli and the Chocolate Factory in Tel-Aviv. I came early in
The “tRio”, from Rio Americano High School in Sacramento, consists of three talented musicians; Jake Nalangan (piano), Maddy Hill (bass) and Joseph Bly (drums). The
Veronica Swift, a star vocalist on the New York jazz scene and beyond, was attacked at a NYC subway station on the night of October
On October 17th Preservation Hall held its second annual Legacy Awards at the Three Keys and Ace Hotel. The Preservation Hall Legacy Program honors veteran
Updates: Olympia Jazz Festival Names New Director, Will Host Bert Barr Tribute and Last Uptown Lowdown Concert The Olympia Dixieland Jazz Festival, better known as America’s
The Capital City Jazz and Swing Association, successor to the Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society, is officially defunct. In a statement posted on the club’s website,
Jeff Stockham’s Authentic Jazz Syracuse, New York trumpeter Jeff Stockham delivers bold tones, bright as a blaze, round as a bell, and as incisive as
Jacob Miller is a Portland Oregon based singer/songwriter hailing from Wisconsin. For the last 5 1/2 years, he led a swinging roots music group called,
Since 2009 the Denver Jazz Club and a series of local businesses, currently Denver Percussion, have sponsored a group of young jazz musicians gathered from area
We will gladly share press releases from festivals and jazz organizations that we believe our readers will find helpful. Sacramento Jazz Education Foundation (SacJEF) has
We are saddened to report that Thomas Dutart, a past President of the Basin Street Regulars/Central Coast Hot Jazz Society in Pismo Beach, and supporter