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On the Scene: Jam It Up!

Mo Jam Mondays photo by Daniel Sheehan As fast as dandelion seeds catch the wind, land and sprout, jazz jams in the Seattle area are taking root and flourishing. Intrepid musicians slosh it out in the rain, blow off glorious sunshine, stay out late – all to get that...
Jazz Travels: Vancouver, BC

Jazz Travels: Vancouver, BC

The Wise Hall photo by Halynn Blanchard Discoveries on a “jazz treasure hunt” throughout Vancouver, BC: Noteworthy avant-garde and contemporary jazz at Vancouver International Jazz Festival, and world music in East Vancouver’s best-kept secret Over the span of summer,...
Jazz Travels: Jams & Budget Tips

Jazz Travels: Jams & Budget Tips

Edan Krolewicz photo by Kristyn Harder By Edan Krolewicz Last month, Earshot Jazz contributor and jazz vocalist Edan Krolewicz shared his experience traveling abroad and gigging in cities including Tokyo, Seoul, and Rome. Here, he talks about finding jams and how to...
Jazz Travels: Jams & Budget Tips

Jazz Travels: Big Cities

Edan Krolewicz photo by Kristyn Harder By Edan Krolewicz “Give me the bright lights, big cities for me.” – Cannonball Adderley, “Big City” I pushed my bag through the turnstile as crowds of men in black suits brushed swiftly past me. Emerging from the multi-level...
Jazz Travels: LaVon Hardison in Japan

Jazz Travels: LaVon Hardison in Japan

LaVon Hardison, right, at the Kobe Jazz Vocal Queen competition. Photo by Scott Stevens. Hello Kitty. Sushi. Bullet Trains. Sumo. And love of Jazz. Yep, Jazz and Japan go together like peanut butter and jelly or tempura and well…more tempura. Since 2000, winners of...

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