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JazzTimes

Dec 01 2021
Magazine

Get JazzTimes digital magazine subscription today for in-depth coverage of the jazz scene. In addition to insightful profiles on jazz stars new and established, every issue contains reviews of the latest CDs, books and performances. This award-winning publication features lively writing, stunning photography and sophisticated design. Often controversial, always entertaining, JazzTimes is a favorite of musicians and fans alike.

What We’ve Lost and What We Haven’t

what’s on JAZZTIMES.COM

JazzTimes

OPENING CHORUS • DECEMBER 2021

The Father According to the Son • Manager Danny Bennett speaks about his dad TONY BENNETT’s final album and retirement from the stage

Brother in Alms • In his new biography, author Bill Milkowski shows the full complexity and generosity of MICHAEL BRECKER

The Past Is Present • KATE McGARRY explores music from her youth to deal with contemporary issues, both personal and political

Dolphy for Voice • Singer MARY LaROSE creatively recasts the work of a genius

Farewells

No Fedora Required • If you’ve never heard of FRANK D’RONE, you’re not alone—but you should do something about it

Nnenna Freelon • Time travel and jazz vocal greats, both famous and less known

Roseanna Vitro • From Houston to New York and beyond, the veteran singer blends skill with generosity of spirit—and love of Charlie Parker

PRONOUN CHANGE • THE TRUE, BOUNDARY-PUSHING STORY OF GENE HOWARD AND LOVE IS A DRAG

BREAKING THROUGH

A LEGEND REMEMBERED • KURT ELLING, MICHELE HENDRICKS, JAZZMEIA HORN SHEILA JORDAN, and BOBBY MCFERRIN celebrate the centennial of JON HENDRICKS

SHE DWELLS IN AMBIGUITY • VERONICA SWIFT shares her approach to singing when things get complicated

JazzTimes 2021 North America CLUB GUIDE

This Ain’t No Party • Jumbo-sized Bluetooth speakers promise danceable volume—but pack hidden benefits for jazz fans

Cats Who Know Cats • The best A&R people for jazz record labels are often other jazz musicians

Polling Place • BRUCE FORMAN gathers noteworthy instruments for a musical reunion

5 FOR THE ROAD

Through the Genre Blender • Kurt Elling gets eclectic with Charlie Hunter and friends

Reviews

ESPERANZA SPALDING • Songwrights Apothecary Lab

JAMIRE WILLIAMS • But Only After You Have Suffered

CHET DOXAS • You Can’t Take It with You

BRIAN LYNCH • Songbook Vol. 1: Bus Stop Serenade

Words by the Wise • A lyricist (and singer) chooses some of her favorite song lyrics by others


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 68 Publisher: Madavor Media, LLC Edition: Dec 01 2021

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  • Release date: November 6, 2021

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Get JazzTimes digital magazine subscription today for in-depth coverage of the jazz scene. In addition to insightful profiles on jazz stars new and established, every issue contains reviews of the latest CDs, books and performances. This award-winning publication features lively writing, stunning photography and sophisticated design. Often controversial, always entertaining, JazzTimes is a favorite of musicians and fans alike.

What We’ve Lost and What We Haven’t

what’s on JAZZTIMES.COM

JazzTimes

OPENING CHORUS • DECEMBER 2021

The Father According to the Son • Manager Danny Bennett speaks about his dad TONY BENNETT’s final album and retirement from the stage

Brother in Alms • In his new biography, author Bill Milkowski shows the full complexity and generosity of MICHAEL BRECKER

The Past Is Present • KATE McGARRY explores music from her youth to deal with contemporary issues, both personal and political

Dolphy for Voice • Singer MARY LaROSE creatively recasts the work of a genius

Farewells

No Fedora Required • If you’ve never heard of FRANK D’RONE, you’re not alone—but you should do something about it

Nnenna Freelon • Time travel and jazz vocal greats, both famous and less known

Roseanna Vitro • From Houston to New York and beyond, the veteran singer blends skill with generosity of spirit—and love of Charlie Parker

PRONOUN CHANGE • THE TRUE, BOUNDARY-PUSHING STORY OF GENE HOWARD AND LOVE IS A DRAG

BREAKING THROUGH

A LEGEND REMEMBERED • KURT ELLING, MICHELE HENDRICKS, JAZZMEIA HORN SHEILA JORDAN, and BOBBY MCFERRIN celebrate the centennial of JON HENDRICKS

SHE DWELLS IN AMBIGUITY • VERONICA SWIFT shares her approach to singing when things get complicated

JazzTimes 2021 North America CLUB GUIDE

This Ain’t No Party • Jumbo-sized Bluetooth speakers promise danceable volume—but pack hidden benefits for jazz fans

Cats Who Know Cats • The best A&R people for jazz record labels are often other jazz musicians

Polling Place • BRUCE FORMAN gathers noteworthy instruments for a musical reunion

5 FOR THE ROAD

Through the Genre Blender • Kurt Elling gets eclectic with Charlie Hunter and friends

Reviews

ESPERANZA SPALDING • Songwrights Apothecary Lab

JAMIRE WILLIAMS • But Only After You Have Suffered

CHET DOXAS • You Can’t Take It with You

BRIAN LYNCH • Songbook Vol. 1: Bus Stop Serenade

Words by the Wise • A lyricist (and singer) chooses some of her favorite song lyrics by others


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