JT Video Premiere: Chevy Chase Digs Bill Evans

The comedy legend reminisces about an old friend

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Special President's Day Flash Sale

One-year subscription is only $17 during President’s Day weekend

President's Day Sale


New Terence Blanchard Opera to Premiere in 2019

“Fire Shut Up in My Bones” is based on memoir by New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow

Terence Blanchard


JT Track Premiere: The Manhattan Transfer’s “Cantaloop (Flip Out!)”

New cut off forthcoming LP marks first new music since passing of Tim Hauser


Q&A: Jason Moran

The pianist-composer on his vision for the Kennedy Center, life after Blue Note and much more

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Chris Speed Trio: Platinum on Tap (Intakt)

There is a small, specialized jazz niche that has long been intriguing. It happens when……Read More

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Hamilton de Holanda: Casa de Bituca (Adventure/Brasilianos)

The newest release by this Brazilian master of the 10-string, mandolin-like bandolim is subtitled The……Read More

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Nicole Mitchell & Haki Madhubuti: Liberation Narratives (Black Earth)

To a great degree, Liberation Narratives is a Nicole Mitchell album in the way that……Read More

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Sam Newsome & Jean-Michel Pilc: Magic Circle

Pioneering soprano saxophonist Sam Newsome and thinking man’s pianist Jean-Michel Pilc need no words or……Read More

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New Orleans Jazz Orchestra: A Second Chance to Swing
By Jennifer Odell

On Oct. 26, a year and a half after its last public performance, the New……Read More


Arturo O’Farrill & Chucho Valdés: For Love of Family
By Bill Meredith

Practically speaking, Familia: Tribute to Bebo & Chico (Motéma), the new double album by the……Read More


David Crosby: Crosby, Coltrane & Miles
By Jeff Tamarkin

No one would ever call David Crosby a jazz singer. Yet the singer-songwriter’s music—his guitar……Read More


David Virelles: Mystery, History
By Matthew Kassel

On a mild evening in mid-October, the Cuban-born pianist David Virelles was channeling Thelonious Monk……Read More

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