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17 July 2015






The August issue of Jazzwise, the UK’s biggest selling jazz monthly, hits the streets on 23 July

It features a striking cover featuring double-Grammy winning pianist Robert Glasper, who in an exclusive interview talks in-depth about hip hop has shaped his new piano trio album Covered.

Also in this issue are interviews with Sons of Kemet, Ivo Neame and an in-depth look back at the life of charismatic African drummer Ginger Johnson who was a pivotal presence on the 1960s London jazz scene.

And lest you forget Jazzwise has the UK’s biggest CD, vinyl, books, DVD, live reviews, gig guide and instrument reviews section – more jazz than you’ll ever hear

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Vote for the 200 greatest jazz artists of all time 

To mark the upcoming 200th issue of Jazzwise and celebrate jazz's vibrant history, we are asking you, our readers, to tell us who you think should be included as one of the 200 greatest jazz artists of all time.

We've selected an extensive shortlist of some of the most famous, innovative and popular artists from the world of jazz for you to pick FIVE nominees from.

All those who vote will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win Herbie Hancock's The Warner Bros. Years (1969 - 1972), a three-disc set of all his recordings for Warner Bros.  

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on the site

Esperanza Spalding gets revolutionary with Emily's D+Evolution 

Four-time Grammy Award winning bassist and singer Esperanza Spalding has made something of a left-turn with her latest project, entitled Emily’s D+Evolution, which she brings to London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 2 November....

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William Parker, Hamid Drake and Nat Birchall for inaugural Brighton Alt Jazz Fest 

Highly-rated American improv giants bassist William Parker and drummer Hamid Drake, and the increasingly acclaimed Manchester-based saxophonist, Nat Birchall, who keeps the UK spiritual jazz flame burning, are among the headliners for the brand new Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival to be held at the Old Market, Hove from 11-12 September....

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in the magazine

Juliet Kelly - Tales of the Unexpected 

Juliet Kelly has been writing songs and telling tales for over a decade – combining her effortless, honeyed jazz vocal style with a determination to compose and perform original material. Back with her fourth album, Spellbound Stories, Kelly tells Peter Quinn how she’s on a mission to make jazz relevant – especially to non-jazz listeners – through direct communication...

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The Bad Plus & Joshua Redman

With parallel careers spanning the last two decades saxophonist Joshua Redman and piano trio The Bad Plus have forged equally acclaimed, but distinctly separate paths in contemporary jazz. An opportunity to collaborate in 2011 revealed an unforeseen compatibility and subsequent world tours deepened both musical empathy and personal friendship that’s resulted in the quartet’s explosive debut album, The Bad Plus Joshua Redman...

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Kurt Elling

Kurt Elling’s richly resonant, subtly virtuosic voice is one of the most recognisable and celebrated in jazz earning him a Grammy for his 2009 album Dedicated To You, and seen him top numerous critics polls. Yet with the end of his 20-year musical partnership with pianist Laurence Hobgood, Elling is now seeking out new artistic territory, as heard on his latest album, Passion World, which sees his globetrotting tastes exploring music from Brazil, Ireland, France, Scotland, Iceland and Cuba...

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18/07 - Stephanie Trick & PAolo Alderighi 
Boston Spa Village Hall, High Street, Boston Spa

18/07 - Mingus Profiles Sextet 
The Red Lion UAB, Warstone Lane, Birmingham 


19/07 - SEven Jazz Summer Cafe
Inkwell Arts, 31 Potternewton Lane, Chapel Allerton, Leeds

19/07 - Ronnie Scott's Blues Explosion 
Ronnie Scott’s, 47 Frith Street, London W1

14/06 - Heidi Vogel 
Pizza Express Jazz Club, 10 Dean Street, London 


20/07 - Mike Coates 
Red Lion, 92-94 Linkfield Road, Isleworth


21/07 - Mike Westbrook and Company 
Western Hotel, Royal Square, St Ives 


22/07 - Neon Villages 
St James Social Club, St James Crescent, Swansea 

22/07 - Stuart McCallum  
Matt & Phred's, 64 Tib Street, Manchester 

22/07 - Maine Street Jazzmen  
Tynemouth Metro Station, Station Terrace, Tynemouth


23/07 - Mambista   
Portico Gallery, 23a Knights Hill, West Norwood

23/07 - EJBF: McCrary Sisters, David Patrick
Various, Edinburgh 

23/07 - The Blackbyrds 
Band on the Wall, 25 Swan Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester 


24/07 - DORIAN FORD 
Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore Street, London 

24/07 - The Blackbyrds  
Band on the Wall, 25 Swan Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester


25/07 - Bobby Wellins
606 Club, Lots Road, London 

25/07 - Budtones  
The Globe, 11 Railway Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne


26/07 - Natalie Williams Soul Family
Ronnie Scott's, 47 Frith Street, London

26/07 - Pan Jumbi  
Seven Artspace, 31 Harrogate Road, Leeds




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