These are blogs we visit and enjoy. If you have a website about jazz, send us a link!
https://www.philschaap.com Are you interested in microscopic views of specific jazz questions? Schaap is in for the deep dive.
https://www.jazzwax.com Marc Myers’ fine blog has good writing and great interviews.
https://www.detroitjazzfest.org Detroit’s free event features thoughtful programming, four stages, and all ancillaries necessary for a jazz-packed weekend each and every Labor Day.
https://crownpropeller.wordpress.com/ Franz Hoffman and Otto Fluckiger are veteran researchers who have many juicy items on their fine blog.
http://www.semja.org the driving force behind their monthly newsletter. It contains a near-complete listing of Southeast Michigan Jazz events, reviews, and features. My friend and Blog co-owner, Lars Bjorn, is the editor-in-chief.
http://jazzhotbigstep.com/text/104.html Dave Radlauer’s excellent site has deftly researched and written features on many lesser known musicians, including Frank “Big Boy” Goudie.
https://sites.google.com/site/pittsburghmusichistory/pittsburgh-music-story/jazz Pittsburgh, PA, home to so many great musicians! Hines, Mary Lou, Mr. B, etc. etc. Not to be missed!
https://nationaljazzarchive.org.uk/explore/journals/storyville THIS is an AMAZING site!! The entire output of Storyville UK Jazz Mag. What a treasure! If “it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing” is your rhythm, you must visit this site. There are other mags as well.
https://jazzfuel.com/jazz-blog/ Interesting interviews, articles, Festival updates, etc. Check it out!
https://jazzprofiles.blogspot.com/ Jazzprofiles includes food for thought from many jazz writers. It’s all well written and ready to view!
http://www.uncamarvy.com/index.html Marv Goldberg’s excellent blog is a fount of accurate info about Jump bands, R&B vocalists and groups. Not to be missed!