07/22/12 The Gig
Nate Chinen on Jazz and Comedy
What does his new major-label exposure mean to an avowed avant-gardist?
06/19/12 The Gig
Nate Chinen on clarinetists who make the switch to tenor saxophone
05/17/12 The Gig
Nefarious nuisance or blessing in disguise?
04/23/12 The Gig
Nate Chinen on the bass legacy of this historic jazz businessman
03/17/12 The Gig
Nate Chinen on Charlie Haden and Hank Jones' 'Come Sunday'
01/15/12 The Gig
Nate Chinen recalls his 10 favorite jazz performances of the past year
12/23/11 The Gig
How Bon Iver, tUnE-yArDs & other young bands draw from jazz
Roy-Quired listening: top picks from the master's catalog
Catching up with the most influential living drummer in jazz
10/03/11 The Gig
Women jazz musicians are ubiquitous today, but journalism lacks a feminine voice
08/19/11 The Gig
Nate Chinen on Trane's Village Vanguard Recordings as a life-altering experience
07/26/11 The Gig
Brandon Seabrook has an itchy, overdriven, often evil-sounding interface with the banjo, and as an improviser he uses it to establish a clear but aggressively unsettled identity. You can grasp this intuitively within a minute or two of “Sacchetto Mal D’Aria...
05/23/11 The Gig
Nate Chinen has his own ideas on how the Recording Academy can cut down on the number of awards
05/02/11 The Gig
JT columnist weighs in further on JAZZ: The Smithsonian Anthology
May 2011 The Gig
“ The Smithsonian Collection is a sketch, a beginner’s library of jazz history,” reads an introductory note in the booklet for The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz , first issued in 1973. “Necessarily, there are many worthy figures and groups left...