Posted by Yannick // January 15, 2013
Jazz Club Jury is proud to present Jazz Interlude with Dave O’Higgins: a Saturday night gig followed by a Sunday classic English brunch with more jazz and delicious food
Posted by Yannick // January 11, 2013
This is Jazz Club Jury’s way to remember Claude Nobs, Montreux Jazz Festival’s founder who passed away at 76.
Posted by Yannick // December 31, 2012
As the end of the year is approaching, Jazz Club Jury would like to spend a couple of minutes thanking its followers and to let you about the new additions in 2013. First of all, we at Jazz Club Jury, would like to thank you all for your support. As you might already known, we […]
Category: Africa, Asia, Central America, European, Jazz Journal, North America, Oceania, South America, United States // Tags: Blue Note Jazz Club, Jazz Around the World, Village Vanguard // 2 Responses
Posted by Yannick // December 6, 2012
The Grammy Awards are probably one of the most important music prizes. This is the list of the jazz nominees in the 55th edition of the ‘Academy Awards of music’, the Grammy Awards
Posted by MAD MIKE // November 30, 2012
Theodore “Fats” Navarro (September 24, 1923 – July 7, 1950) was a jazz trumpet player born in Key West, Florida, to Cuban-Black-Chinese parents. He began playing the piano at six, but did not become serious about music until he began playing the trumpet at thirteen. He moved quite often around Florida and South United States. […]
Posted by Yannick // November 26, 2012
Pete La Roca, the ‘drummer-lawyer’ of American jazz died on November 19th of lung cancer. He was 74. This is the unique story of one of jazz’s most brilliant drummers
Posted by Yannick // November 14, 2012
Jazz trumpet player Ted Curson died on November 4th at the age of 77. This is Jazz Club Jury’s way to remember one of the most inspiring jazz musicians
Posted by MAD MIKE // September 20, 2012
A classic of the jazz world and a must have album in any jazz collection. Kind Of Blue by Miles Davis is one of the best jazz albums ever produced.
Posted by Yannick // September 11, 2012
Finnish-Estonian band Nordic Sounds will be on stage at Helsinki’s Koko Jazz Club on November 1st, during TING Nordic Culture Festival
Posted by Yannick // September 3, 2012
Chicago school of jazz tenorists’ founder and NEA Jazz Master Von Freeman died at 88. Here is the story of a -one-of-a-kind artist and pioneer in jazz music.