Bill Crump: A Great Day in Harlem’s “Mystery Man”

The most iconic group photograph in the history of jazz, entitled “A Great Day in Harlem” was taken on August 12, 1958, in front of a brownstone at 17 East 126th St. The photographer was Art Kane who was on assignment from Esquire Magazine. The image was to become the centerpiece of the January 1959 […]

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The Black And White Jazz Photography Of Jack Zuff

(Photo of Elio Villafranca the Northwest Jazz Festival by Jack Zuff) A few years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Jack Zuff. Somehow, I had come across his photography, which he said was a “hobby.” Some hobby for those who have seen his photographs! At that time, I encouraged Jack to make jazz a […]

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JazzBuffalo Contributor Jack Zuff Captures Memorable 2019 Jazz Year In Photos

JazzBuffalo contributor and photographer, Jack Zuff, has made a valuable contribution to our jazz scene in Greater Buffalo. Donating his gifted talents and eyes to create extraordinarily beautiful photography for us to enjoy. Jack’s photos have been an all-important complement to putting Buffalo on the map as one of America’s best jazz cities. Jack’s photos, […]

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