AllAboutJazz.com covers the world of jazz music with reviews, interviews, a photo gallery, free downloads, videos and the latest jazz news.
Culturekiosque brings our readership what’s worth it in arts, culture and ideas worldwide, delivering original, largely exclusive coverage and commentary about Europe, North America, and around the world, as well as an event calendar that keeps frequent travelers abreast of significant cultural events worldwide for use in planning trips.
Devra Hall Levy’s blog about music, books, good works, and other reasons for living.
There are many roads to jazz, as any collection of fans will demonstrate. But for many of those fans, whose age today can fall anywhere between 10 and 80, that road has been paved with issues of DownBeat magazine.
Established in 1994 by music journalist Anil Prasad, Innerviews is the Web’s first and longest-running music magazine. Innerviewsdelivers in-depth, uncompromising interviews that enable artists to speak at length about topics that matter to them.
Jazzmonthly is an online publication of interviews, new releases, reviews, news and entertainment covering all genres of Jazz and blues.
The history of the magazine dates back to Radio Free Jazz, a publication founded in 1970 by Ira Sabin when he was operating a record store in Washington, DC. It was originally a newsletter designed to update shoppers on the latest jazz releases and provide jazz radio programmers with a means of communicating with the industry.
For more than three decades, JAZZIZ Magazine has been covering the music scene, documenting innovations, charting industry trends and following the artists whose lives so colorfully inform our own. The award-winning JAZZIZ Magazine is your one-stop destination for entertainment in the music world.
On the Scene previews and Reviews.
Jazzword is devoted to the musical sounds that have developed since the late 1950s and often described as Free Music, Free Jazz, Energy Music, FreeBop or Avant-Garde.
General thoughts of fun stuff, like music, books and the like.
Every other month Saxophone Journal brings you the kind of technical information and news you need to improve your playing.
Smooth jazz is more than a genre of soulful, danceable and relaxing music. It’s an exciting lifestyle for many of the active, enthusiastic, over-40 crowd who enjoy fine dining, first-class travel, spa indulgences and once-in-a-lifetime experiences.