Kevin Hays “For Heaven’s Sake”

  Learn Jazz Standards.com is proud to promote renowned pianist Kevin Hays' 2006 release of "For Heaven's Sake". Joining Hays for this trio record is bassist Doug Weiss and drummer Bill Stewart. The band presents a...

3 Life Lessons Jazz Has Taught Me

It seems that ever since I found jazz (or jazz found me), my life has never quite been the same. Studying and pursuing jazz has led me to move to different cities, go to particular colleges,...

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...

Greg Fishman “New Journey”

Chicago-based jazz saxophonist Greg Fishman's album "New Journey" is a collection of original music with sparks of imagination. Joining him is his regular Chicago crew, bassist Eric Hochberg, drummer Phil Gratteau, and pianist Dennis...
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Jazz Styles-Free Jazz

This is the sixth video in our series featuring Brent Jensen's lectures on jazz history.  Brent teaches jazz at the College of Southern Idaho and is an excellent saxophone player on the Origin record...

92 Modern Jazz Albums You Need to Listen to

On Learn Jazz Standards I often encourage listening to lots of jazz music. If you aren't listening to the music you simply won't ever truly get it. At the end of the day, listening to...

Gilad Hekselman “This Just In”

  Learn Jazz Standards.com is proud to promote guitarist Gilad Hekselman's 2013 release of "This Just In". Joining Hekselman on this record is Marcus Gilmore on drums, Joe Martin on bass, and Mark Turner on tenor...
Divine Colors by Justin Nielsen

Album of the Month – Justin Nielsen’s “Divine Colors”

Justin Nielsen is the consummate jazz educator and professional musician.  You would expect someone with his advanced level of chops and musicality to be located in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York City, or somewhere...

A Reality Check for Jazz Musicians

There are three types of jazz musicians in the world today: the professionals, the students and the hobbyists. All three are equally important for the survival of each other and the survival of jazz music itself. The Hobbyists: Individuals...
Roy Hargrove Quintet

Roy Hargrove “Earfood”

  Learn Jazz Standards.com is proud to promote renowned trumpeter Roy Hargrove's 2008 release of "Earfood". Joining Hargrove for this quintet record is Justin Robinson on alto sax and flute, Gerald Clayton on piano, Danton Boller...

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