The New Face of Jazz

The New Face of Jazz : An Intimate Look at Today's Living Legends and the Artists of Tomorrow

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This is an in-depth look at who and what is hot on the jazz scene today, which is hotter than ever! It includes 75 black and white portraits by Jazz photographer Ned Radinsky. It features a foreword by Marcus Miller; preface by Wynton Marsalis and afterword by Sonny Rollins. "The New Face of Jazz" is for all those jazz fans who want an in-depth look at who and what is hot on the jazz scene today, rather than another survey of the history and long-gone legends of yesteryear. The jazz scene is hotter than ever and the jazz community is passionate, eclectic and inspirational. This book spotlights more than 150 artists, as well as covers venues, festivals, media and educational programs across America, so that anyone can learn where and how they can see a live jazz concert, hear jazz on the radio, or learn about new more

Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 149.86 x 226.06 x 30.48mm | 430.91g
  • Watson-Guptill Publications
  • Billboard Books,U.S.
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • b/w throughout, 75 photographs
  • 0823000656
  • 9780823000654
  • 930,477

About Cicily Janus

Cicily Janus is a musician, writer and passionate supporter of jazz. Currently she is a jazz instructor at Broadmoor Academy of Music in Colorado Springs, CO, as well as a writer for Downbeat magazine. Other writing credits include interviews and reviews in Rocky Mountain Jazz, Opium Magazine and Outsider more

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