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In it's eighth year, the 2013 Stonnington Jazz Festival presents its largest program of all-Australian Jazz.
Some fantastic vocal renditions creep into this week's show, including from Kurt Elling and Michelle Nicolle. More here.
It's the inaugural Perth International Jazz Festival and to celebrate, ABC Jazz has tickets to give away! The competition closes this Sunday
On Jazz Up Late, Gerry Koster gives us a preview of Melbourne pianist Andrea Keller's forthcoming new solo album 'Family Portraits'.
Herbert Jeffrey "Herbie" Hancock (born April 12, 1940) is an American pianist, keyboardist, bandleader and composer. As part of Miles... -
Cyrus Chestnut performs at Dizzy's NY, leading a band with bass player Christian McBride, who is touring Australia soon. Hear the set - May 23 at 9pm.
Vibrophone master Gary Burton formed his first quartet in 1967 and now has a new release called 'Guided Tour', with what he calls his 'new quartet'.
On Jazztrack, Mal Stanley plays some music from Ray Charles in his jazzy mode, from the late '50s on the Atlantic label. More here.
Ivan Lloyd samples music from the disc by the band Origami called 'Karaoke'.. which largely features arrangements of pop tunes.
ABC South East SA gives us a lively insight into this year's Generations in Jazz festival, featuring Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band.
Mal Stanley presents a recording of the European trio 'Phronesis', from their March performance in Melbourne, recorded live by Jazztrack.
Hear Grammy winning saxophonist Ernie Watts, ahead of his June appearance at the Brisbane International Jazz Festival.
Ivan Lloyd looks at some arty Aus-Jazz, from Amphibious, Misinterpratato and Vincent's Chair (pictured).
Don Braden (b. November 20, 1963) is an American jazz tenor saxophonist.
Braden was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and raised in Louisville,... -
For her new album, Monique diMattina went to New Orleans to record with some of the city's finest.
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