Top Jazz RSS Feeds
Site - jazzwax.com
About Site - Marc Myers writes daily on jazz legends and legendary jazz recordings. He is two-time winner of the Jazz Journalists Association's best blog award.
2. Jazz Speaks
Site - jazzspeaks.org
New York, NY
About Site - The Jazz Gallery is a hub of creativity, a home to jazz musicians/composers, many of them from all over the world but now permanently settled in the United States. The Jazz Gallery serves an ethnically diverse, international audience that represents a cross section of New York City residents and travelers to New York.
Site - londonjazznews.com
Kings Place, London
About Site - LondonJazzNews starts from a genuine enthusiasm for jazz and related music, for the energy, range and diversity of the scene all around us, and for the people who make it happen.
Site - reddit.com/r/Jazz
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Popular posts and discussions on Jazz by the Reddit community. Reddit is a place for community, conversation, and connection with millions of users worldwide.
Mountain View, CA
About Site - Comprehensive up-to-date news coverage about Jazz music aggregated from sources all over the world by Google News.
Site - theguardian.com/music/jazz
About Site - Latest news and features about Jazz from theguardian.com, the world's leading liberal voice
About Site - JazznBlues Experience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music! Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music.
Site - jazzguitar.be/blog
About Site - The Jazz Guitar Online blog brings a lot of traditional lessons combined with neat little tutorials and much more. You will find some pretty detailed lessons that are specific to certain guitar players and genres of Jazz.
Site - musicforall.org/blog
About Site - As one of the nation’s largest and most influential organizations in support of music education and music-making, Music for All is perfectly positioned to provide the exciting and positively life-changing performance opportunities and camps for jazz students and teachers.
Site - jazz.org/blog
About Site - The blog for all things jazz. Explore galleries, videos, best-of lists, and news related to the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis.
Site - jazzbooks.com/blog
New Albany, IN
About Site - Jamey Aebersold Jazz publish and sell the world's most complete selection of jazz education materials. Most all are hand-picked and approved by Jamey himself! For 50 years, Jamey Aebersold Jazz has been providing the very best in jazz education ... and we plan to continue jazz education for another 50 years!
12. Free Jazz
Site - freejazzblog.org
About Site - The Free Jazz Collective is a volunteer group of passionate and adventurous listeners and musicians dedicated to spreading the gospel of improvised music. The blog is dedicated to authentic, adventurous, accurate, artistic and attention grabbing avant-garde and free jazz.
Site - pdxjazz.com/pdx-jazz-blog
About Site - PDX Jazz is a non-profit cultural arts organization dedicated to curating jazz in Portland, Oregon and growing musical offerings in the Pacific Northwest.
Site - cleanfeed-records.com/blog
About Site - Clean Feed aims at recording innovative contemporary jazz projects that can make a difference, building a catalogue that will be internationally recognized by its quality and coherence.
15. Jazz guitar
Site - jazz-guitar-licks.com/blog
About Site - As the name states, this is a place that publishes an abundance of great lessons, videos, licks, ebooks and offers all kinds of accompanying media. Jazz Guitar Licks is definitely one of the better sources of Jazz guitar knowledge online.
16. Bird is the Worm
Site - birdistheworm.com
About Site - I'm Dave Sumner. I’m obsessively focused on jazz in the present tense. Every week, I scour the jazz new releases listings for anything that sounds interesting. I’m all over the self-produced and small-label releases. There is nothing that’s too obscure for me.
Site - decidedlyjazz.com/blog
About Site - Decidedly Jazz Danceworks operates a rare in the world international jazz dance centre, including a performance company and Calgary's largest recreational dance school.
18. Jazz Profiles
Site - jazzprofiles.blogspot.com
About Site - A blog about Jazz featuring CD,and book reviews and postings about the music and its makers.
Site - jazzfuel.com/blog
About Site - The articles on the Jazzfuel website, as well as the exclusive content on the free mailing list, are aimed at giving you ideas on how to build your profile and get more gigs.
About Site - Stringspace String Quartet & Jazz Band Booking Agency – Stylish, contemporary string quartets, symphony orchestras & jazz bands for events, recordings, concerts, weddings & TV/film. Stringspace musicians include scholarship and award-winning graduates who have performed in Australia’s highest profile orchestras & with our most respected dance & theatre companies.
Site - stljazznotes.blogspot.com
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
About Site - Dean Minderman is a writer, musician and editor of St. Louis Jazz Notes, a website about jazz in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. St. Louis Jazz Notes gives news, reviews, commentary and links related to jazz, improvisation and creative music and other music-related items.
Site - afrolatinjazz.org/blog
New York City, USA
About Site - The Afro Latin Jazz Alliance is dedicated to preserving the music and heritage of big band Latin Jazz through performance and education.
23. A Jazz Noise
Site - ajazznoise.com
About Site - Largely non-US jazz and improvised music, with a bit of noise thrown in. Album reviews, gig reviews, interviews, 'reprints' of stuff I've written for Jazz Journal over the years, oh, and a tune a day, Mondays to Fridays. You won't like all of it, but I guarantee everybody will like some of it.
About Site - Jazz in the North East and beyond.
About Site - Four On The Floor is an active music blog dedicated to "Jazz drumming and all things unrelated". Founded during the spring of 2009 as a means to procrastinate while preparing for his doctoral candidacy exam, this blog is maintained by Canadian Jazz drummer and educator Jon McCaslin.