Saturday, December 1, 2012

Jazz & Blues Florida December 2012 Online Edition Available Now

The new edition of JAZZ & BLUES FLORIDA  Florida's best and only free online source for information on live jazz and blues in clubs, concerts and festivals, is now available. This issue marks four years of being totally online. The issue also offers a special promotional click-through entry for a free drawing for tickets to Steve Wilson & Wilsonian’s Grain (Jan. 25 at University Florida Auditorium in Gainesville).

The December 2012 online edition of JAZZ & BLUES FLORIDA has been posted at as an easily accessible .pdf file and in web page view. The feature articles are all previews of local and touring artists with upcoming performances throughout Florida. From the largest concert halls to the smallest clubs, the information on what is happening can be found in the ezine, the live music listings, and the news blog.

This month’s features include:

·         Antonio Madruga Trio
·         Belmont and Jones
·         Cheryl Bentyne
·         Corey Christiansen
·         Eric Vloeimans and Florian Weber
·         Hot Club of San Francisco
·         Ike & Val Woods
·         Reuben Hoch - Chassidic Jazz Project
·         Ruthie Foster
·         Stoney & the House Rockers
·         Trampled Under Foot

The main website, our blog, and social  network presence provides hundreds of current listings for clubs, concerts and festivals throughout the state along with photos from shows, video showcases, news about new Florida CD releases, current news postings, personal recommendations and suggestions, and links to important resources including jazz and blues associations, radio and web programming, and educational resources.

Thank you for doing your part to add to the increasing live jazz & blues scene in Florida.

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