Douglas Detrick interviews violinist Mazz Swift of the Hear in Now trio.
An interview with composer and bassist Michael Bates about his album 'Acrobat
A brief list of jazz albums inspired by electronic music.
Electronic music and jazz find themselves meeting more and more in recent years. This glossary will help the acoustic jazz fan get to know the lingo of electronic music a little better.
An interview with Tony Reif, the producer and owner of Songlines Records.
Douglas Detrick interviews drummer Harris Eisenstadt about his group September Trio.
James Hall discusses trombone playing, big band jazz arranging, and New York jazz with trombonist and singer Pete McGuinness
A response to jazz journalist Howard Mandel's review of Randall Sandke's book 'Where the Dark and the Light Folks Meet: Race and the Mythology, Politics, and Business of Jazz.'
James Hall interviews trombonist Ryan Keberle, who discusses his jazz pedagogy methods, his favorite musicians, and more.
Charlie Christenson interviews vocalist Peter Eldridge. They discuss the current state of the jazz industry, and the many projects Eldridge takes on. Here is part one of the interview.
A little about jazz guest author Jonathan Lindhorst.
Biography of guest jazz writer Charlie Christenson
A brief look into what free jazz and free improvisation are, how they differ, and how they influence the jazz landscape today.
An interview with jazz pianist Bill Carrothers, in which he discusses what it's like being a jazz musician in the boonies of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
An interview with vocalist Theo Bleckmann, in which he discusses how the role of jazz singer has changed over the decades, and talks about his musical and non-musical influences alike.
A look at jazz between 1920 and 1930.
A description of early jazz, also referred to as hot jazz or Dixieland music.
A glimpse at jazz at in the 1930s.
A brief history of saxophonists in jazz.
Profile of PDX Jazz, the Portland Jazz Festival.
A description of ragtime, including its musical characteristics, origins, and a list of prominent composers.
Douglas Detrick interviews trumpeter and composer Cuong Vu about his treatment of jazz standards on his 2011 album, 'Leaps of Faith.'
Review of the 2009 NYC Winter Jazzfest at Le Poisson Rouge, Sullivan Hall, and Kenny's Castaways.
A description of bebop, the innovative style of jazz that developed in the 1940s.
A log of the 2010 Undead JazzFest, representing the genre-melding and forward-looking trend in New York City jazz.