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Who Hijacked The Jazz Economy?

Sixty or eighty years ago, the jazz economy was healthy.  Things were different.  There was a healthy club scene in many metropolitan areas.  Jazz was in vogue.  It was relatively easy for a good musician...

How Much Should You Spend on Your Instrument?

We are all in different musical situations.  For some, their instrument is a tool to help them make money.  For others, their instrument is a beloved hobby, a leisurely pastime, or a distraction from their normal...

The Coyote Anderson Quartet “Innervoices”

Learn Jazz Standards is proud to promote the 2015 release of guitarist Coyote Anderson's Innervoices.  Joining Anderson for his debut release as a leader is soulful Spanish vocalist Corina Hernandez, Carl Limbacher on electric...

Brad Mehldau “Where Do You Start”

Learn Jazz Standards.com is proud to promote Brad Mehldau's 2012 release of "Where Do You Start". The album is a companion record to his critically acclaimed "Ode", which was released earlier in the spring. Joining...

Andrea Veneziani Trio “Oltreoceano”

  Learn Jazz Standards.com is proud to promote bassist Andrea Veneziani's 2012 release of "Oltreoceano". Joining Veneziani for his debut record is renowned pianist Kenny Werner and drummer Ross Pederson. Oltreoceano ("Overseas"), is a journey of...

Peter Bernstein Trio “Monk”

  Learn Jazz Standards.com is proud to support guitarist Peter Bernstein's 2009 release of "Monk". Joining Bernstein on this record is drummer Bill Stewart and bassist Doug Weiss. This is a must have record for all...

Scott Reeves Quintet “Shape Shifter”

Click above to purchase the Scott Reeves Quintet's Shape Shifter Learn Jazz Standards is proud to promote trombonist, alto flugelhornist, and composer Scott Reeves' 2009 release of Shape Shifter: Live at Cecil's. Joining Reeves for...

Lionel Loueke “Heritage”

  Learn Jazz Standards.com is proud to promote guitarist Lionel Loueke's 2012 release of "Heritage". Joining Loueke for this release is Derrick Hodge on electric bass, Mark Guiliana on drums and pianist Robert Glasper. Also featured...

Sex, Drugs, Alcohol and Jazz

Anyone who has ever studied jazz history probably knows that its unruly cast of characters was often loaded on drugs and alcohol.  Charlie Parker, one of jazz's most iconic heroes, died very young because of...
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Gilad Hekselman “Homes”

In regards to New York City based jazz guitarist Gilad Hekselman, one thing is abundantly clear: he continues to establish himself as one of the most brilliant and creative voices on the scene today....

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