The New York City Jazz Record

The New York City Jazz Record is a monthly New York City based publication which contains features, reviews and concert announcements regarding jazz music. It is available in print form as well as online. It was originally launched in May 2002 by co-founders Laurence Donohue-Greene (Managing Editor) and Andrey Henkin (Editorial Director/Production Manager) under the name "AllAboutJazz-New York”. The gazette’s name change switched permanently to The New York City Jazz Record as of March 2011.[1]

Joe Lovano says of The New York City Jazz Record: "Simply the hippest journal about jazz in New York that has ever been published.” It has been nominated numerous times as “Best Jazz Periodical” by the Jazz Journalists Association (2006, 2007, 2009-2017) and is distributed throughout New York City at hundreds of locations - from jazz clubs and record stores to instrument stores, schools and universities. The New York City Jazz Record is New York's only homegrown jazz gazette and the only jazz publication with extensive features and CD reviews dedicated to promoting NYC jazz performances and events.

References

  1. "Name Change: AAJ-NY to become The New York City Jazz Record - JJA News". news.jazzjournalists.org. Retrieved 2014-06-14.
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