The First Annual JazzBuffalo Reader’s And Fan Poll Is Live!!

The first-ever and first annual JazzBuffalo Reader’s and Fan Poll is officially live!  The intent of this first-ever poll is to foster jazz appreciation.  At the same time, provide a means to recognize the artists and supporters who give of their time and talents to the community. Thanks to the nearly one hundred respondents who […]

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Nominations Sought For First Annual JazzBuffalo Reader’s And Fan Poll

The Greater Buffalo area is beginning to see an emerging abundance of vibrant jazz talent and artists, which is enriching our community.  It is time to recognize and foster the growth of locally gifted jazz artists who contribute through their dedication to the music of jazz.  Here is your chance to give your voice towards […]

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Jazz Vocalist Diane Taber’s New Album Has Buffalo Connection

Jazz vocalist Diane Taber is no stranger to Buffalo.  Although Diane now resides in Ohio, she continues strengthening her strong ties to the Buffalo Community.  Diane has deep roots to her hometown and is a graduate of Lafayette High School and State University College at Buffalo.   Diane has been performing since the young age of […]

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JJA Jazz Awards Winner Cecile McLorin Salvant to perform in ABKAG Art Of Jazz Series

The 18th annual Jazz Journalists Association Jazz Awards for Music and Recording were announced on April 15th and they include some of the best known as well as upcoming jazz artists.  Included among this year’s winners are Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Terrence Blanchard, Gregory Porter, Christian McBride, and Buffalo native Dr. Lonnie Smith. The Buffalo […]

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April Is Jazz Appreciation Month!

This year marks the thirteenth anniversary of Jazz Appreciation Month held every April.  Since 2001, the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Insitution has fostered a movement to observe this great American art form. For 2014, the institution and JAM has designated this April’s theme as a celebration entitled Jazz Alchemy: A Love […]

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