15 Hilarious Jazz Jokes

I've heard a lot of great jazz jokes, both from musicians I know and those floating around the internet. In an effort to spread the laughs and pass on the humor. Here are some...

“Notes From the Lobby” by Bill Anschell

Visit: www.billanschell.com The light is unsettling; too bright, by far, for the dark business at hand. My fingers work tirelessly. Visible beneath them, a workspace painful to the glance; brilliant, aching white. Should I look...

“How to Be a Jazz Critic” by Bill Anschell

Thinking about a career in Jazz Journalism?  Jazz writing is a lot like jazz playing: You’ll need to be talented, hard-working, passionate, self-absorbed, and disdainful of material reward.   If those are your gifts, we’re...

Searching for Glory at the Cookin’ Cadenza by Bill Anschell

Visit: www.billanschell.com Summoning the passion born from sixty-five years of hard living, Jimmy brought the song—and our first set—to a dramatic close. The audience burst into wild applause, but I could manage only a feeble smile. "Route...

“Jazz Jam Sessions: A First-Timer’s Guide” by Bill Anschell

Visit: www.billanschell.com Ready to check out your first jam session?  There’s much more to jazz music - and to the “session” in particular - than meets the eye.  This primer will help you better appreciate...
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Sad Day…

I didn't know whether to laugh or cry when I saw the following video...maybe a little of both...
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