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These are the best jazz shows in NYC in September. Orrin Evans Pianist Orrin Evans of Philadelphia recently co-founded the artist collective Likemind, and for six nights at Jazz Standard (Sept. 3-8) he'll give a good idea of its breadth and purpose. He opens with Tarbaby, a quartet featuring renown ... More >>
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Jazz, drinks, and art!? Amen!
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The Bad Plus hit the Village Vanguard
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The Meat Puppets' thirty-year journey can be divided into a trio of disparate trajectories: the mind-melting Deadhead-cum-hardcore desert-rock genius of their SST Records years (1982-89); the glossy, muscular grunge-lite of the successful major-label stint they enjoyed in the 90's (thanks in ... More >>
NYC's loosely defined downtown-jazz scene, once feared to be in peril given the shuttering of Tonic and the threat of general recession-based malaise, has actually flourished in the past few years, thanks in part to Search & Restore, an ambitious show-promoting enclave with a hand in recent w ... More >>
Roswell Rudd has my favorite of the snapshots collected hereEarly January's Winter Jazzfest, a two-night, multi-venue fete that lured thousands of folks into Greenwich Village to see dozens of downtown-jazz stalwarts (Voice poll darlings Vijay Iyer and Darcy James Argue were among the star at ... More >>
A cross-section of young/old and avant/traditional gets drunk on everything
Innovation reigns, from 36-CD retrospectives to the Hüsker Dü of free jazz
All sorts of big idea about how today's jazz fits into history and maybe into popular culture
The Bad Plus's Equilateral Chamber Jazz