Our survey respondents said news, profiles and interviews were their favourite types of content on AustralianJazz.net. So even though many musicians say ‘the music should speak for itself’ even musicians will acknowledge that the stories behind the music and about the music are important. Which is why we do what we do. Just sayin’
Nikos Fotakis has been helping us out at AustralianJazz.net and is taking over responsibility for the site. We subjected him to one of our famous Q&As!
Pioneers of jazz – Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock – will open the 2015 Melbourne International Jazz Festival with an historic opening night performance.
The Jack Earle Big Band Debut Album – Jack Earle is using Indiegogo to crowdfund his first big band release, which features his own compositions played by the 18 piece Jack Earle Big Band
AustralianJazz.net started life as a site that aimed to provide a service to musicians and fans of Australian jazz and improvised music. It’s still what we do. If we’re going to hang around for a bit longer, we want to make sure the site is doing what it should. Would you like to see more …
A familiar face at jazz festivals, concerts and teeny, tiny gigs, one thing is clear about Gerry: he really digs jazz.
Melbourne International Jazz Festival present a series of Summer Sessions, bringing a range of exciting local and visiting musicians to Bennetts Lane Jazz Club in January 2015.
The best of jazz of all kinds will descend on Ultimo in January for the sixth annual Jazzgroove Summer Fiesta 2015, presenting performances by nine leading Australian jazz ensembles across two venues.
In a recent post, and our email newsletter, we brought you the sad news that AustralianJazz.net would be closing from 31 December. Thank you for your responses. So many of them. And thank you letting me know that the site has been making a contribution that you value. It seems I undervalued the impact of …
What’s happening with Jazz Up Late? And why doesn’t the ABC Jazz website have any details? Jazztrack will no longer be broadcast on Classic FM. And our sources tell us that Jazz Up Late will cease to exist after mid-January.