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Philadelphia Celebrates Inaugural Jazz Fest

August 23, 2012

A newly formed nonprofit will present the first inaugural Philly Jazz Fest in September, led by Cape May Jazz Festival founders Woody Woodland and Carol Stone.

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Marketing the Music

November 19, 2010

The drummer is the president as he’s the loudest one in the group. The bassist is the judiciary as he addresses the harmony and the rhythm, and the piano and rhythm section is the legislature represents all of the notes and all of the keys. They all work together by listening to one another.” These […]

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First Annual JEN Conference

May 13, 2010

This issue of JAZZed marks a major milestone for our friends at the Jazz Education Network (JEN), as we have proudly partnered with them to help launch the first annual JEN Conference at the University of Missouri in St. Louis. This undertaking took an extraordinary amount of effort by the all-volunteerboard, and much of the […]

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November 2008

February 6, 2009

The Jazz EarThe Jazz Ear features discussions between music critic Ben Ratliff and jazz greats about recordings by the musicians who most influenced them. In the process, Ratliff coaxes out a profound understanding of the men and women themselves, the context of their work, and how jazz

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June / July 2007

June 20, 2007

Death of a Bebop Wife from CadenceA new publication by Cadence Jazz Books tells the compelling life story of pianist Al Haig, one of the jazz greats in the vanguard of the bebop revolution, written by Grange (Lady Haig) Rutan. Over 15 years in the making, this is the “uncomfortable and often horrifying story” of […]

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