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Jazz, drinks, and art!? Amen!
These are the 10 best jazz shows in New York this month. (Here for more on Jazz Appreciation Month.)
Here are the 10 best concerts around the city this weekend, in no particular order.
Brooklyn-via-Cali drums heavyweight Ches Smith is a master of percussion, an omnipresent figurehead about town who holds the beats down for the likes of avant-jazz heroes like Marc Ribot, Darius Jones, Trevor Dunn and Mary Halvorson and can also be found pulling all-nighters drumming in Haitian vodo ... More >>
Robert Glasper, bringing along his continuing ExperimentAs we have previously opined, January's annual two-day Winter Jazzfest is one of the season's signature live-music events, packing an ever-expanding number of downtown clubs (five this year) with an ever-expanding cabal of folks inexplic ... More >>
A musician fights off brain cancer
William Parker's New York festival pays dividends for record buyers everywhere
Innovation reigns, from 36-CD retrospectives to the Hüsker Dü of free jazz
Some of today's best jazz strikes purists as not sounding like jazz at all
Avant or retro, unplugged or wired, guerrilla musicians defy the neocon millennium
Brooklyn post-jazzers bring a new label into the world
With the Brit avant-garde, rust-belt saxophone, Braxton standards, Dylan standards