These are the best jazz shows in NYC in March.
These are the 10 best concerts to check out around the city this weekend, in no particular order.
These are the best concerts in New York this week, in no particular order.
New York is, on any given day, practically oozing with great jazz. Here's a list of jazz shows happening in the city this week we think you'll enjoy. Jazz for Obama 2012: The Jazz Concert for America's Future Jazz may have lost its political edge in the 1960s, but that doesn't mean that jazz musici ... More >>
A leader so authoritative he doesn't have to actually lead. Pics by Phil.Wayne Shorter Quartet Town Hall Wednesday, February 9 Better than: Staying home and watching American Idol, no matter how cold it was outside. Wayne Shorter has never been a particularly fire-breathing, get-'em-stompin ... More >>
But sometimes more works, too
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesJune 11, 1964, Vol. IX, No. 34More Show Than JazzBy J. R. GoddardWatching Charlie Mingus at the Five Spot last weekend, it was a little hard to decide if I was being offered jazz, satiric vaudeville, or a weird combination of both. And Mingus's i ... More >>
Echoes of Basie, Mingus, Tyner, etc., with chops and abstractions all their own
Frisell doing "Shenandoah." Totally badass. Bill Frisell/Ron Carter/Paul Motian Blue Note Wednesday, January 7 Second show I've been to in 24 hours that prominently featured "You Are My Sunshine"; no offense to Glasvegas, but declarations of love are generally more appealing when they're sweetly, ... More >>
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