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Jazz Master Tracks bring back the play along album with a twist.

Every jazz musician over the age of 50 will likely remember Jamey Aebersold’s play along LP’s and for those that don’t, these were a series of LP’s...

Georgia Cécile joins SNJO on Scottish tour.

Double Jazz FM Award-winning vocalist Georgia Cécile joins the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra on a four-date tour of Scotland towards the end of February. Now based in London,...

Samba Meets Jazz Workshops return to Europe.

The Samba Meets Jazz Workshops, directed by Brazilian-born, multi-Grammy Nominee Nilson Matta (bassist for, Trio da Paz and Luis Bonfa) will be returning to Europe this April for...

CD Review: Julie Campiche Quartet, You Matter

Julie Campiche and her quartet have returned to the experimental jazz scene with the release of their sophomore album You Matter, which came out 4th November 2022 after several...

Featured Gig: Romarna Campbell at Jazz Cafe Posk

Women in Jazz Media and Tomorrow’s Warriors present Romarna Campbell at Jazz Cafe Posk, London February 3rd 2023. Romarna’s musical storytelling begins with the drums....

Behind The Pen: A Writer’s Journey with Sandra Booker

The world of jazz (and music) journalism is a competitive struggle at times, particularly for women looking to break the mould and find a name for themselves in a historically...

New Release: Edgar van Asselt, The Gentle Insult

Dutch composer, producer and keyboard player Edgar van Asselt released his latest album “The Gentle Insult” last Friday. Featuring Jeroen Vierdag on bass and Jorge...

Tracye Eileen – Hitting the Spot

Recently we featured the new album by Chicago based vocalist Tracye Eileen titled “You Hit The Spot” on our new release Spotify playlist and the tracks we featured...

New Release: Frank Kaiser discovers a “New World”

“Nighttrain” is the latest project from German based guitarist Frank Kaiser. Having led many projects over his long career, this new project under the apt title “Kaisers...

More Than A Few of Us: New mentoring scheme for journalists

Women in Jazz Media launch new mentoring scheme: More Than A Few of Us Inspired by Willard Jenkins book ‘Ain’t But A Few of Us’, Women in Jazz Media are launching a new...

Detroit’s Angel of Jazz & Mack Avenue founder dies age 97.

Metro Detroit and the global jazz community lost one of its greatest champions this week. Gretchen Carhartt Valade, businesswoman, and philanthropist, died peacefully on December...