An alphabetical listing of jazz groups and performers. Individuals are listed Lastname, Firstname. When possible, individuals are listed by primary instrument, and bands are listed by primary jazz style, for example smooth jazz or swing.
Norwegian sextet featuring organ and guitar.
An all female band from the Netherlands playing swing and bebop as well as Dixieland jazz, with biographies, schedule, and sound samples.
Record company page of jazz-harpist Andrews. CD information and sales, upsoming tours, and local appearance schedules.
Author, record producer and jazz festival promoter (1922-2000), with details on his "Jazz Book," originally published in 1992.
New York based free jazz band led by Village Voice writer, Greg Tate and inspired by Miles Davis's Bitches Brew and Lawrence Butch Morris's conduction system. Audio, schedule.
New Jersey quartet consisting of two guitars, bass and drums offers photos, audio and video.
ASCAP symphonic composer, jazz trumpeter and band leader, and owner of G.E.M. recording studio in Columbia, South Carolina. Bookings, online sales of CDs and sheet music.
Jazz bassoonist lists performances with Bela Fleck, Wayne Shorter, Modeski Martin and Wood, and Ray Charles, a Moosmann endorser. With performance schedule, reviews, and recordings for sale.
Based out of Tempe, AZ, the band plays cowboy jazz mixed with acoustic western swing. This site has news, music, and biographies.
Oklahoma-based trio of piano, bass and drums mixes originals with occasional covers. Lists dates across the US with history, reviews, photos and recordings.
Norwegian ten-piece band founded in 1994, cites modern rock influences. CD and concert reviews, music downloads, and tour dates.
Swiss quintet led by violinist Jerome Ogier, with humorous pen-and-ink illustration. Site uses enough English to be understood but has several pages entirely in French.
Homepage of San Francisco area band that plays bebop, swing and latin has musician biographies and sound samples.
Steel drum musician from South Florida plays jazz and calypso. Biography, cd order information and a link to steel drum webring on the site.
Includes press kit, discography, audio samples, articles, biographies and upcoming shows.
Pop and jazz orchestra based in the Netherlands. Provides news, performance schedule, and videos. [English, Dutch]
European saxophonist Günther Fischer and vibraphonist Tom O'Hare list albums including work with pianist James Williams (1951-2004). Audio downloads, reviews, CD sales, and a brief history of modern jazz.
With twin brothers Francois and Louis Moutin on bass and drums, saxophonist Sylvain Beuf and pianist Baptiste Trotignon. Recording release and tour dates, with biographies and discographies. [French and English]
US-based jazz and electronica composer, saxophonist and keyboardist, an online session musician via the Rocket Network.
A series of radio stories on the plight of aging jazz musicians.
More than 50 profiles of jazz greats compiled in conjunction with the Ken Burns film, "Jazz."
English jazz musicians inspired by the French poet-songwriter Georges Brassens. Contains MP3s, CDs, lyrics and translations, information about Brassens, and concert information. In English and French.
New Orleans quintet's history, discography, MP3 and RealAudio files, music sheets, tour dates, and reviews.
Band specializing in songs with a Brazilian feel has soundclips and band information.
Santa Barbara, California band that plays contemporary jazz with a twist of rhythm and blues and funk. Includes a gig list, sound samples and booking information.
This group plays original live and recorded music influenced by world rhythms. Biographies, sound samples and a performance schedule.
Original instrumental music by Aaron Nevezie and Aaron Dugan with jazz and rock influences.
Jazz group from Phoenix, Arizona. CD sales.
Home of Chicago jazz ensemble featuring Jeff Parker, Kevin Kizer, Rob Mazurek, Geof Bradfield and Noel Kupersmith.
Biographies, cds and concert review of the trio featuring Dave Douglas, Brad Shepik and Jim Black.
A jazz project in Syracuse, New York. Biographical information, recording tips, and links.
Website of jazz accordionist Van Damme and his group, includes biography, cd, video and tape information.
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