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On this episode of Jazz Up Late, we'll hear more from Miles at the Fillmore, plus new releases by Joachim Kuhn, Paul Grabowsky and more...
ABC Jazz is a supporter of the annual Jazz Bell Awards, with the 2014 event held on May 1 in Melbourne. See the list of nominees here.
ABC Jazz is celebrating International Jazz Day with a special broadcast of Sandy Evans' tribute to Charlie Parker. Hear it: April 30 at 9pm.
ABC Jazz is supporting this year's Generations in Jazz, an annual event that showcases some of the best young jazz performers in Australia.
Weather Report was an American jazz fusion band of the 1970s and early 1980s. The band was co-led by the Austrian-born keyboard player Joe... -
As we approach the 2014 Melbourne International Jazz Festival, we thought we'd play a set from last year's event. Tune-in: May 1 at 9pm
Early '60s Australian jazz, issued in America now reissued in Japan from The Australian All Stars with Don Burrows and Terry Wilkinson.
We caught up with American guitarist Paul Bollenback at the 2013 Wangaratta Jazz Festival to chat about some his favourite tracks...
The Melbourne International Jazz Festival has programmed a line up of heavyweights in 2014, and we'll be there for some unique coverage.
The City of Stonnington, Melbourne is hosting another all-Australian lineup of jazz in 2014, with gigs presented across the 10 day event.
After a successful inaugural festival, Jazz Queensland is presenting the 2nd Brisbane International Jazz Festival this June. Details here.
With Brisbane and Stonnington launching their respective festival programs, we'll hear from artists appearing on the bill at these events.
On Jazztrack, we hear a group of young Danish musicians who honour the music of pianist Horace Parlan with a new recording of his tunes.
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A new album from a new band: Sydney's 'Tiny Hearts', the creation of Eamon Dilworth and Paul Derricott.
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Most swimmers see blue bottles as dangerous, but Matthew Smith sees them as photo subjects.