Evan Haga

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05/29/16    Albums

Man Made Object
GoGo Penguin

As the JT reader will hear it, the British piano trio GoGo Penguin descends from acoustic jazz groups with pop tendencies—think the Bad Plus, e.s.t., certain ECM discs from the past couple decades, even the Brad Mehldau Trio in rock-interpreter mode. But...


05/24/16    Features

A Conversation with Jazz Critic Ben Ratliff

Author of the book "Every Song Ever"


05/12/16    News

Saxophonist Joe Temperley Dies

Baritone great was invaluable member of Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

05/03/16    JT Notes

JT Notes: Editor Evan Haga Introduces the May 2016 Issue

To have and to hold


05/02/16    Field Notes

Field Notes: Jazz at the White House

The Obamas host jazz greats to celebrate International Jazz Day


04/22/16    Concerts

Jazz Foundation of America Loft Party

Highlights include Kahil El'Zabar, the Cookers, a tribute to Bowie and more


04/20/16    Features

Esperanza Spalding: Character Study

Under a conceptual guise, crafting her best and most fully realized album yet


04/09/16    Concerts

Steve Miller with Jimmie Vaughan: Live at JALC

Blues, roots and "Blue Skies"


04/04/16    Movies

Interview: Ethan Hawke

On Chet Baker, the trappings of biopics, and more

03/28/16    JT Notes

Editor Evan Haga Introduces the April 2016 Issue

Blues & rifts


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...

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