"Jazz" Blogs & Blog Posts

Diamond DameDiamond Dame

Living a life of a certain vintage - fashion, music and lifestyle of the 19...

 
Nola 504 and MoreNola 504 and More

Nola 504 and More is a New Orleans based music blog featuring past and curr...

 
Clark's PicksClark's Picks

Selected music videos with commentary concentrating on jazz, folk and rock ...

 
Babel blogBabel blog

Blog about jazz from the Babel Label

 
Soul of Sydney Music BlogSoul of Sydney Music Blog

SOUL OF SYDNEY is a music blog by local ‘FUNK’ Fans, DJ’s & Artis...

 
Stay Right Here a Little While...Stay Right Here a Little While...

Reviews of music, movies, and general ramblings about things. Well off the ...

 
FunkySoulVinylsFunkySoulVinyls

This Blog is all about my personal life and the Music I Love, Funk Soul and...

 


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A good day to you waveriders!  I wonder.  Have you ever experienced this situation?  You're exposed to an album that absolutely rocks your world from someone you've never listened to before.  This previously unknown band or artist...

Publio Delgado provides jazz guitar accompaniment to an advertisement for Jones Big ASS Truck Rental & Storage: "In my yard, I don't care!" Here's the original, which now seems naked and bereft of wonder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0gb9v4...

October edition of Adam Saikaley Trio jazz night at Bar Robo. Monthly series that is basically jazz/instrumental R&B and hip-hop music. This month was mostly original composition of music. Related posts: Adam Saikaley Trio @ Bar Robo [July 27, 20...

Beat Brasserie was already a popular spot in Harvard Square, known for its live jazz music and drinks, accompanied by some great food. But recently, Beat Brasserie also opened its doors for lunch on weekdays, adding another great option for nearby wo...

“Collected Essays & Memoirs” gathers writing from this great cultural critic, who was as fluent with literature as he was with jazz and the blues.

What have been your musical epiphany moments? The most cliche artist to speak about is Jimi Hendrix but the freedom and spirit can be heard in his live and studio recordings. I was in high school and my ears were still searching for something. I was...

Bobby Hutcherson, a pioneering jazz vibraphonist whose style pushed the iconic Blue Note label into more spiritual and experimental directions, died yesterday at age 75. He was under ongoing treatment for emphysema. Along with a phenomenal career as...