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Video: 2015 JJA Jazz Awards party at Blue Note

Aug 17th, 2015 | By

The JJA’s Youtube published video of the 2015 Jazz Awards party in New York City held June 16,

Randy Weston, 2015 JJA Lifetime Achievement in Jazz honoree. Photo by Enid Farber

features a performance and talk by Lifetime Achievement in Jazz honoree Randy Weston, excerpts of music by Fula Flute, Antoinette Montague with Danny Mixon, the Mimi Jones Quintet, and journalists, … [read more]



JazzWeek Summit honors radio stations, programmers

Aug 13th, 2015 | By

Arturo Gómez, winner of a Bobby Jackson Programmer of the Year Award from JazzWeek

JazzWeek, online publisher of weekly jazz radio airplay charts, current recording releases and, for subscribers, news of the broadcast industry, announced winners of its annual Awards at a reception on August 6, during its 12th annual JazzWeek Summit, this year held in San Jose, CA. Awards are presented for stations, programmers, … [read more]



Watch the Video-of-the-Year candidates

Apr 4th, 2011 | By

This year, for the first time, an award for Shortform Online Video of the Year will be among the Jazz Journalist Association’s annual awards for excellence in jazz musicianship and journalism. The ten videos below have been selected as first-round nominees in this category; JJA Professional Journalist members are voting now to choose three videos that will advance into the … [read more]



Candidates for 2011 Jazz Photo of the Year on view

Apr 4th, 2011 | By

Thirty-one photographs which provide wonderful, beautiful, at times amusing and typically insider depictions of jazz in 2011 have been selected in the first round of the process that will lead to the declaration of the Jazz Journalist Association’s 2011 Jazz Photo of the Year. Professional Journalist members of the JJA are currently voting in the next stage of the awards process … [read more]



The Passing of Cadence, part 2

Feb 28th, 2011 | By

I forgot what prompted me to send for a sample issue of Cadence, circa 1988, but once I did, I was hooked. Printed on plain stock paper, the magazine was filled with numerous reviews of CDs and videos. It included Bob Rusch’s blunt, sardonic columns about the music business, a detailed interview or two and until recent years, a … [read more]



The Passing of Cadence, part 1

Feb 28th, 2011 | By

Cadence magazine, a periodical edited and published by Bob Rusch of North Country Distributors in Redwood Landing, New York, since 1976, announced cessation of publication in a statement accompanying the Winter 2010 issue. The handbook-sized magazine put out “just under 400 editions,” according to Rusch, starting as a monthly and going quarterly in 2007. He imagined a forthcoming final edition … [read more]