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Dr. Judith Schlesinger is a psychologist, author, educator, jazz critic, and musician.

Dr. Judith Schlesinger is a psychologist, author, educator, jazz critic, and musician. Trained in cognitive-behavioral and family therapy, her hats have included college professor and administrator, school psychologist and psychotherapist, book and CD reviewer, award-winning gardener, music producer, and chick singer/leader of the JS Fourtet. She has also been a …

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Help Wanted: Join eJazzNews’s Writing Staff

Since 2001 eJazzNews has been produced by a volunteer staff of jazz writers, technologists and enthusiasts.   With that support we have remained a most valuable resource to jazz fans around the world. Volunteer Writing Positions Available – CD Reviewers – Concert/Festival reviewers – Interviewers – Jazz Musician Profiles – Columnists. …

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Ravi Coltrane

Praised for his music’s “elusive beauty” (DownBeat), and for his “style informed by tradition but not encumbered by it” (Philadelphia City Paper), saxophonist Ravi Coltrane takes a bold step in his creative journey with Spirit Fiction, his Blue Note Records debut. Spirit Fiction features two different band lineups, each with …

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Matt Garrison

With confidence, lyricism, and a tonality that is suffused in warmth, saxophonist Matt Garrison fervently pursues the art-form of jazz as reflected in his own words, “I like to think that I am a translator of sorts. A jazz musician, in my opinion, is supposed to interpret the world around …

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Tim Mayer

One of the best tenor saxophonists to come along in years. Tim Mayer’s approach to the horn is sophisticated, passionate, and lyrical.  His big sound is warm and powerful.  Listen for yourself. Tim Mayer is definitely here to stay! “A powerful new voice has arrived on the jazz scene, and …

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