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- Norwegian sextet featuring organ and guitar.
Alice in Dixieland
- An all female band from the Netherlands playing swing and bebop as well as Dixieland jazz, with biographies, schedule, and sound samples.
- Record company page of jazz-harpist Andrews. CD information and sales, upsoming tours, and local appearance schedules.
- Author, record producer and jazz festival promoter (1922-2000), with details on his "Jazz Book," originally published in 1992.
- New York based free jazz band led by Village Voice writer, Greg Tate and inspired by Miles Davis's Bitches Brew and Lawrence Butch Morris's conduction system. Audio, schedule.
- New Jersey quartet consisting of two guitars, bass and drums offers photos, audio and video.
Goodwin, Gordon (Dick)
- ASCAP symphonic composer, jazz trumpeter and band leader, and owner of G.E.M. recording studio in Columbia, South Carolina. Bookings, online sales of CDs and sheet music.
- Jazz bassoonist lists performances with Bela Fleck, Wayne Shorter, Modeski Martin and Wood, and Ray Charles, a Moosmann endorser. With performance schedule, reviews, and recordings for sale.
Igor's Jazz Cowboys
- Based out of Tempe, AZ, the band plays cowboy jazz mixed with acoustic western swing. This site has news, music, and biographies.
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
- Oklahoma-based trio of piano, bass and drums mixes originals with occasional covers. Lists dates across the US with history, reviews, photos and recordings.
- Norwegian ten-piece band founded in 1994, cites modern rock influences. CD and concert reviews, music downloads, and tour dates.
Jérôme et les Froggy Jazz
- Swiss quintet led by violinist Jerome Ogier, with humorous pen-and-ink illustration. Site uses enough English to be understood but has several pages entirely in French.
Liberty Street Jazz Band
- Homepage of San Francisco area band that plays bebop, swing and latin has musician biographies and sound samples.
Luces, Sir Cedrick
- Steel drum musician from South Florida plays jazz and calypso. Biography, cd order information and a link to steel drum webring on the site.
Lynne Arriale Trio
- Includes press kit, discography, audio samples, articles, biographies and upcoming shows.
- Pop and jazz orchestra based in the Netherlands. Provides news, performance schedule, and videos. [English, Dutch]
- European saxophonist Günther Fischer and vibraphonist Tom O'Hare list albums including work with pianist James Williams (1951-2004). Audio downloads, reviews, CD sales, and a brief history of modern jazz.
Moutin Reunion Quartet
- With twin brothers Francois and Louis Moutin on bass and drums, saxophonist Sylvain Beuf and pianist Baptiste Trotignon. Recording release and tour dates, with biographies and discographies. [French and English]
- US-based jazz and electronica composer, saxophonist and keyboardist, an online session musician via the Rocket Network.
- Quartet from Switzerland plays the original compositions of bassist Andre Hahne. Performance schedule includes dates across Europe, with CD sales. [English and French]
- More than 50 profiles of jazz greats compiled in conjunction with the Ken Burns film, "Jazz."
- English jazz musicians inspired by the French poet-songwriter Georges Brassens. Contains MP3s, CDs, lyrics and translations, information about Brassens, and concert information. In English and French.
- New Orleans quintet's history, discography, MP3 and RealAudio files, music sheets, tour dates, and reviews.
- Band specializing in songs with a Brazilian feel has soundclips and band information.
- Santa Barbara, California band that plays contemporary jazz with a twist of rhythm and blues and funk. Includes a gig list, sound samples and booking information.
- This group plays original live and recorded music influenced by world rhythms. Biographies, sound samples and a performance schedule.
- Original instrumental music by Aaron Nevezie and Aaron Dugan with jazz and rock influences.
- Jazz group from Phoenix, Arizona. CD sales.
Swim Two Birds
- Outlaw-Jazz from Bremen Germany. CDs, links, news, MP3. Achim Gaetjen composer/bandleader.
Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls
- Home of Chicago jazz ensemble featuring Jeff Parker, Kevin Kizer, Rob Mazurek, Geof Bradfield and Noel Kupersmith.
Tiny Bell Trio
- Biographies, cds and concert review of the trio featuring Dave Douglas, Brad Shepik and Jim Black.
- A jazz project in Syracuse, New York. Biographical information, recording tips, and links.
Van Damme, Art
- Website of jazz accordionist Van Damme and his group, includes biography, cd, video and tape information.
NPR : Jazz Musicians, After the Spotlight Fades
- A series of radio stories on the plight of aging jazz musicians. (January 01, 2005)
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