The Jazz Rag 149 Winter 2017 Packed with the usual array of news, reviews and features, including: Charlie And His Orchestra – Jazz In The Third Reich Nina Simone – John Martin tells the tale of the time he promoted the legendary singer and pianist The British Jazz Awards 2017 – Get the skinny on the […]
The Jazz Rag- News, Views And Reviews From The Land Of Jazz
The Jazz Rag is a 36-page magazine which is published bi-monthly by Big Bear Music Group.
Packed with the latest news and upcoming events and from the UK and abroad, features galore and interviews with well-established and up-and-coming jazz musicians, while our reviews section covers the latest jazz releases on CD, DVD. Video and In Print.
And by the way – did we mention the bucketload of great prizes to be won in our competitions?
To get the next six issues crammed with news, views and reviews from the world of jazz mailed direct to your door, send a cheque/postal order payable to BIG BEAR MUSIC for the bargain price of £17.50 (£24 for European subscribers and £27 for he rest of the world), along with your name and address to:
The Jazz Rag
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For more information on subscriptions, and to claim your free sample PDF, email jazzrag(at)bigbearmusic.com
The Jazz Rag 148 Autumn 2017 Packed with the usual array of news, reviews and features, including: Dave Green’s journey from playing with a teenage Rolling Stone to backing Sonny Rollins, Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster Simon Spillett tells some of his most memorable anecdotes from 10 years of playing at the Birmingham, Solihull and Sandwell Jazz […]
The Jazz Rag 147 Summer 2017 Packed with the usual array of news, reviews and features, including: Trumpeters on Retrospective Records: Digby Fairweather tells Ron Simpson about getting his favourite jazz trumpet players on CD The Return of Gene Perla: Eminent American bassist talks playing with Elvin Jones and Nina Simone, and more Clark Tracey: On dad Stan, […]
THE JAZZ RAG was established in 1987 and has grown in both presentation and readership to its now established position in British Jazz. Britain’s liveliest jazz magazine, it is produced six times a year, with a cover price of £3.25. The 6,500 print run is always fully distributed with 5,000 circulation across UK, and into […]