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  1. Originally named Radio Free Jazz in the s, Jazztimes is touted as the authentic all-jazz bible for the working musician and fans. It includes news coverage and photography on all the recent jazz recording artists, reviews on new CD/book releases, special directories on jazz clubs/festivals.
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  3. Published since , JazzTimes—“America’s Jazz Magazine”—provides comprehensive and in-depth coverage of the jazz scene. Often controversial, always entertaining, JazzTimes is .
  4. *jazz-n-more (switzerland/german) RJRPRES: swiss bimonthly covering mainly jazz plus some blues, roots music etc. with focus on both the national & international scene, the magazine is a valuable source of information. well worth your attention. jazz; the magazine / jazz fm (uk/english).
  5. French magazine for Jazz music, founded in by Nickey Barclay & Eddie Barclay, issued monthly. Since , the magazine was owned by Frank Ténot (previously in Jazz Hot magazine) and Daniel Filipacchi. In , the magazine changed its name to Jazz Magazine Jazzman after the merge with Jazzman magazine.
  6. Our most iconic covers and graphics are now available on your favorite lifestyle products and homegoods. With the JAZZIZ Shop, you can mix and match famous JAZZIZ designs on a range of great products, from T-shirts and coffee mugs to tote bags, throw pillows, phone cases and more. There’s no better way to show off your jazz side.
  7. Jazz music as a broad genre has actually been around for over years, first introduced in African-American communities during the late 19th century. As the music spread across the whole of the United States and into other countries, it began to take on local influences which began the birth of various styles of jazz.

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