Many more to come in what obviously will be a large category.
Beyond YouTube: Mapping Music on the Internet
Descriptions and Links
> Album Covers
> Song Covers
> Children’s Music and Parental Guides
> Downloading, Streaming, Playlists
> Finding Live Music
> Folk, Acoustic, Americana
> Halls of Fame and Museums
> History Timelines and other Deeper Dives
> Instruments and Resources for Musicians
> Internet Radio
> Lyrics and Song Interpretations
> Maps and Recommendation Engines
> Mastering Remastering
> Miscellaneous Sites Including Indie, Girl Groups, EDM, Trap, Pop
> Music Archives
> Music News and Commentary
> Odd and Unique Sites
> Online Music Communities
> Organizing Music Libraries
> Rating Music
> Regional Sites
> Television, Podcast, Movies and Performance Sites
> Video Sites
Opinion: Descriptions and Links
> Best Soundtracks
> Focus on the Greats: Rock
> How to Listen to Music
> Movies About Rock
> Recommended Rock Books
> Recommended Videos
All About Jazz
All About Jazz & Jazz Near You were built to promote jazz music: both recorded and live events. We rely primarily on venues, festivals and musicians to promote their events through our platform. With club closures, shelter in place and an uncertain future, we’ve pivoted our platform to collect, promote and broadcast livestream concerts to support our jazz musician friends. This is a significant but neccesary effort that will help musicians now, and in the future.
A Passion for Jazz
The timeline of Jazz music style development has evolved significantly over three centuries. Since its birth, well over two dozen distinct Jazz styles have emerged, all of which are actively played today…The site features history of Jazz music origins, styles and musicians, timeline, glossary, photos, festivals, webcasts, guitar/piano chords & scales.
Jazz Near You
A concert discovery platform promoting jazz and selling tickets in 300+ cities worldwide.
William P. Gottlieb Collection
William Gottlieb is perhaps the best known photographer of jazz’s golden age. His work was as identifiable as Ed Hopper’s or Salvador Dali’s. There are two reasons to look at his work: The photography is beautiful and captures the great jazz people and their era with uncanny immediacy. They seem to be incredibly present and just as incredibly something of the past.
The Jazz Journalists Association (JJA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that supports the creation and dissemination of accurate, balanced, ethical and informative journalism on all of jazz’s genres and encourages the creative use of media to spur the growth, development and education of the audience for jazz. It is a membership-supported organization, providing forums for the discussion of jazz-related issues and events, fostering the development of journalistic and presentation skills among emerging journalists (writers, photographers, broadcasters, videographers, and new media users) as well as offering opportunities and encouraging the development of new skills — including knowledge of online and social medi — to journalists already engaged in the field.
Our goal isn’t to link to music training, though we cover sites that focus on musicians and the Web. That said, we also cheat. This looks like a good collection: “For classic string compositions, books on jazz saxophone method, beginner horn pieces, performance guides for seasonal music and much more, West Music has cultivated a wonderfully diverse selection of musical texts. These books are perfect for all skill levels and compatible with many different jazz, stage band and orchestral instruments. Students can improve their musicianship by playing along with etudes from the classical canon or through transcribed pieces from contemporary film and popular music. Browse our collection of specialized sheet music and find the right book for you or your students!
Art Ford’s Jazz Party
Three episodes of the show are available at the Internet Archive. The show ran for about six months in 1958. Coleman Hawkins, Buck Clayton and Roy Eldridge are among those appearing in the archived episodes.
JazzCorner.com is the largest portal for the official websites of hundreds of jazz musicians and organizations with more than a 1/2 million pages views a month. We pioneer practical methods of using technology to benefit the Jazz community, and offer customized solutions for individual Jazz musicians as well as Jazz organizations and businesses. JazzCorner.com custom designs and hosts websites as well as provide links from musician’s sites to the JazzCorner.com portal.
Jazz on the Tube
Jazz on the Tube is the biggest annotated and indexed online collection of jazz videos on earth – and it’s free.