JazzCorner
JazzCorner.com
 

JazzCorner.com is the largest portal for the official websites of hundreds of jazz musicians and organizations. New features on JazzCorner include the jazz video share where you can upload and share jazz and blues videos, JazzCorner Jukebox, surf the net with Jazz always on, submit your latest jazz news, and check out what's hot at JazzCorner's Speakeasy, the busiest bulletin board for jazz. Be the first to know where Jazz artists are performing in our gigs section, and be sure to listen to our podcasts with established and up and coming jazz musicians in our Innerviews section.


 
JazzCorner
Roster:


ArrangerBassBig BandsBlogsBookingBroadcastersCampsCelloClarinetConsultingDrumsEducationEventsFestivalsFilmFluteGroupsGuitarManagementOrganOrganizationsPercussionPhotographyPianoProducingPublicityPublishingRadio PromotionRecord CompaniesRecording StudiosSaxophoneTromboneTrumpetTubaVibesVocalsWriters


About JazzCorner:

History
Contact Us
Privacy Policy

 


JazzCorner News

Submit News
Share |

WHY JAZZ HAPPENED: A MULTIMEDIA TALK WITH MARC MYERS
(Published: January 14, 2013)

From bebop to fusion, jazz styles changed rapidly between 1942 and 1972. Creative genius was only half the story. Equally important was a series of unlikely business, cultural and technological upheavals-including the G.I. Bill, the suburbanization of Los Angeles and the rise of the 12-inch LP-that helped jazz flower between WWII and Watergate. Join us on Monday, February 4 at noon for a vivid audio-visual tour through jazz's golden era. Marc Myers is a Wall Street Journal music contributor and editor of JazzWax.com, which won the Jazz Journalists Association's 2012 Blog of the Year. His new book is Why Jazz Happened (University of California Press; December 10, 2012).

More Information: http://www.92YTribeca.org


Email Address:


Now Playing
on JC Podcast

Gerald Wilson - Jazz Icon

Subscribe to this podcast:






HOME :: ROSTER :: PODCASTS :: NEWS :: JUKEBOX :: SHOP :: CONTACT :: FACEBOOK :: TWITTER

History :: Contact Us :: Privacy Policy

© 1996-2014 JazzCorner