The Jazz Journalists Association podcast Theme "Big Vic" composed by John Michaels Featuring Makaya McCraven Geoff Vidaland Mark Dunlap recorded by Doug Hewitt
Willard Jenkins on his new book, "Ain't But a Few of Us: Black Music Writers Tell Their Story"
Willard Jenkins discussed his new book "Ain't But a Few of Us: Black Music Writers Tell Their Story" with host Susan Brink. The title will be released on December 2, 2022 on Duke University Press.
Willard Jenkins is an independent arts consultant, concerts and festivals artistic director/curator, producer, writer and editor under his Open Sky banner. Willard Jenkins’ current activity includes festival, and concert series planning/development, artistic direction/curating, arts organization and artist consulting, music journalism/editing, teaching, and broadcast work. https://www.openskyjazz.com/about/willard-jenkins/
Journalists Running Their Own Website
Host Rick Mitchell discusses websites with Joe Maita of Jerry Jazz Musician and Dee Dee McNeil
Freelance Writers on Print and Internet Media
Veteran journalists on the real deal working in print and internet media. Host Andrew Gilbert in a lively discussion with Mike West and Marcus J Moore
Mr. Moore has been a contributing writer with The Nation and a contributing editor with Bandcamp Daily. His coverage of soul, jazz, rap, and rock can be found at The New York Times, Pitchfork, TIME, Entertainment Weekly, GQ, The Washington Post, NPR, Rolling Stone, and The Atlantic, among other outlets. He also operates The Liner Notes newsletter, where he writes about his favorite music of all genres and eras.
Mike West is a regular contributor and review editor to JazzTimes , The Washington Post, Washington City Paper, and Down Beat. His byline has also appeared in Jazziz, Bandcamp Daily, NPR Music, and Slate, among others.
Andrew Gilbert writes about jazz, roots & international music for the San Jose Mercury News, SF Chronicle, San Francisco Classical Voice, http://Berkeleyside.com, and others.
Archives: Wayne Winborne & Ashley Kahn; Reuben Jackson
Wayne Winborne and Ashley Kahn continue their discussion. Felix A. Grant Archivist Reuben Jackson on the ABC's of Archives.
About Jazz Archives with Wayne Winborne and Ashley Kahn
Wayne Winborne and Ashley Kahn have an animated, in-depth discussion about jazz archives with host Susan Brink. Winborne is the Executive Director of the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University - Newark. Kahn is an author, educator, music journalist, and concert producer.
Talking Jazz Festivals with Larry Blumenfeld and Carolyn McClair
Host Rick Mitchell talks with Larry Blumenfeld, jazz writer for the Wall Street Journal, and Carolyn McClair, President of Carolyn McClair Public Relations and longtime festival and entertainment publicist.