The leaves are falling, but jazz music will be sticking around a while longer. Here's a list of shows happening in the city we think you'll enjoy.
A good alternative to the CMJ Music Marathon, which colonizes New York this week, here's a list of jazz shows happening in the city we think you'll enjoy.
Bassists shine, even amid the dark age of conservatism
So it's awful outside, and your friends ditched you for Bonnaroo. Quit sulking; Tennessee is flooded in state troopers and Phish acolytes, while you have countless local offerings to gorge on. If you haven't already picked up your Northside Festival badge, order online for pickup at 60 North 6th St ... More >>
Talents old and new throw stuff against the wall and see what sticks
The IsraelNew York pipeline yields a fresh crop of serious jazz talent
Joe Lovano and Lee Konitz make their sounds bigger without losing their cool
As the forces of evil descend on our embattled city, clear, bright notes in the N.Y. wilderness
Gerald Wilson Comes Back to Show New York City What For
Jim Hall and Cyrus ChestnutDuo in the Making
Actress and Singer-Songwriter Abbey Lincoln Reinvents Herself Yet Again
Boomers at Their Best for 'Made in America' Benefit
Jazz Mainstreams Into Fall
The Best New Jazz CDs of the Year of Louis and Miles
Crossing the Great Jazz Divide
Mulgrew MillerEveryone's A-List Pianist