Evan Haga

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03/25/16    Movies

The New Chet Baker Biopic: Fact, Fiction & Poetic Truth

Spirit and story top biography in Robert Budreau’s inventive "Born to Be Blue"


02/22/16    JT Notes

Editor Evan Haga introduces the March 2016 issue

All about Bob

01/07/16    JT Notes

Editor Evan Haga introduces the January/February 2016 issue

An "Epic" crossover: Kamasi Washington and other highlights of the year


12/29/15    Features

Sonny Rollins: Soulful Soldier

The saxophone colossus is honored in Harlem


12/02/15    Features

Robert Trujillo on "JACO"

Metallica bassist talks new documentary, and more


11/15/15    Albums

Hommage à Eberhard Weber
Pat Metheny

During the 1980s, guitarist-composer Pat Metheny became one of the most popular jazz musicians alive by leading a band whose melodies and textures seemed tailor-made for the nighttime air of a sprawling amphitheater. In more recent years, his small-group...

11/10/15    JT Notes

Editor Evan Haga Introduces the November issue

Size matters


10/29/15    Field Notes

Remembering Bruce Lundvall

The jazz community pays tribute to a true original


10/21/15    Concerts

Field Notes: BRIC JazzFest Marathon

Kamasi Washington, James Carter, Dr. Lonnie Smith and more at this inaugural NYC event

10/04/15    JT Notes

JT Notes: Pay Attention to the Words

Editor Evan Haga introduces the October issue


09/19/15    Features

The Cult of the Telecaster

The unlikely staple of the jazz bandstand


09/11/15    Concerts

Field Notes: Pat Metheny at the Detroit Jazz Festival

A jazz celebrity as artist-in-residence

08/17/15    JT Notes

JT Notes: Forty-five Down

Editor Evan Haga introduces the September issue


07/26/15    Albums

Jakob Bro

The 37-year-old Danish guitarist and composer Jakob Bro, whose sideman credits include drummer Paul Motian’s Electric Bebop Band and Tomasz Stanko’s Dark Eyes Quintet, deals almost exclusively with the sort of twinkling, reflective, melancholic music that...


07/16/15    Albums

The Bad Plus Joshua Redman
The Bad Plus Joshua Redman

When the Bad Plus made its major-label debut in 2003, it was possible to accept it as a paradigm shift in piano-trio language. TBP has seen plenty of copycats since, but in the end its graces were too singular, its confluences too rare, to be ingested as...


06/29/15    News

Special Report: Ornette Coleman's Funeral in NYC

Generations of jazz greats pay tribute

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