In late October we launched the brand spanking new Daily Download Center, and everyone seems to be catching on to the virtues of free tunes. If you haven't stopped by, check it out.
We'd like to be able to offer the greatest possible diversity of downloads, so we're asking everyone to spread the word about this exciting service. If you're a musician and would like to participate in our download program, please see our guidelines to get started.
October traffic at AAJ was our highest ever (over 800,000 visitors), and we are confident that the new download offering has something to do with it.
AAJ is proud to showcase these exciting new releases at our Showcase Center.
David Tughan's Builders Brew, Caterina Valente's Caterina Valente Live 1968 CD & DVD, Paul Sequence Ferguson's Change, John La Barbera Big Band's Fantazm, Eric van Aro's Friends, April Hall with Pamela Hines Trio's Hall Sings Hines, Matthew Von Doran's In This Present Moment, Jane Ira Bloom's Like Silver, Like Song, The Noah Peterson Quartet's Live at Biddy McGraw's, Charlie Peacock's Love Press Ex-Curio, Ron Kaplan's Saloon, Fredrick Levore's Skindiver, Terry Graves' To Fly Higher, and Itai Dattner's Tranquilo en Cuba.
Show your support for AAJ by clicking through to these artists' websites and listening to music from their latest releases.
Are you a jazz musician or record label executive? Click here for more information about promoting your new CD at AAJ.
We made several improvements to the Visual Arts Center this past week. We now feature new exhibits on the home page and plan to rotate them monthly. We've also expanded the gallery to include 132 exhibits, totaling more than 6,000 images. Here are our most recent additions.
If you're a photographer, painter or illustrator and would like to exhibit your work at AAJ, please visit our Getting Started page to... umm, get started.
In the last month we published 17 interviews. AAJ writers spoke with Billy Childs, Dzijan Emin, Borah Bergman, Tim Laughlin, Russell Mills, Burt Bacharach, Gerry Teekens, Ken Vandermark, Brian Lynch, Jack Dangers, Bill Ward, Sonny Rollins and David S. Ware, George Lewis, Stanton Moore, Jeff Richman, David Hazeltine, and Giuseppe Continenza.
Look for a brand new interview every Monday and Thursday morning.
Our most read new articles from the previous month...
And the most read CD reviews...
For the most comprehensive look at what's coming soon, please visit our Upcoming Releases Center. Updated biweekly, this resource is indispensable for those who actively purchase new music and reissues.
If you're a record label publicist or artist, make a point of submitting your release information regularly.
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