#wheresthejazz???

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This is where you get to share your thoughts about the Jazz festivals that are being presented today and what you feel we all need to do to retreive our jazz stages...

Warm greetings to all and Happy New Year!!

I hope you are all enjoying life wherever you are... :-)

Thank you for coming by to see what #wheresthejazz is all about.  It's all about getting the word out to a targeted demographic.   I wanted to share with you some of the new options you have here in The Jazz Network Worldwide.   I am personally offering to submit your artistry to Jazz Festivals and jazz venues around the world on your behalf.  It will be an introduction to the decision makers of festivals from The Jazz Network Worldwide platform endorsing your artistry.  I'm doing what I can one client at a time to give you my full attention, by way of consulting you to present yourself in the best way possible to these festivals.

We have to start deluging these festivals with some great jazz offerings so that they may consider booking jazz instead of R&B on our jazz stages, or even better, find musicians that integrate jazz into their repertoire, how 'bout that if you are looking to combine?  I know, its 2017 and many might say this is a quest long gone, but not for me, I'll go to the ends of the earth, kicking and screaming to keep jazz alive finding new artists to present that are the new innovators of its music.  Passing the baton with style and grace as its integrated with other musical expressions to make it unique and improvisational.  So if any of you are looking for this type of service, I'd be happy to couple with you and make it happen. I create one-sheets for you as well that compliments the submission.  One of the reasons why I do this is because many don't have time and give up trying.  I want to change that.  Feel free to grab the #wheresthejazz image above and place it on your social network pages.  I'm only one voice in the mix of  many, but I can't do this alone. I'm asking for your encouragement in the marketplace. 

Please 'doll up' your pages here in the network and use your page to share your artistry.  Join the groups, chat with each other, collaborate, mentor, share friends and events.... Also, join #wheresthejazz facebook group and promote your events and music there too.  Please come by and 'like' The Jazz Network Worldwide Family Fan Page On Facebook and post your music there as well!  Also, join our group The Jazz Network Worldwide On Linkedin.  I've put the portals out there outside of our network here so all is integrated so that your projects can not be missed.  We are building a mountain here people (smile). Please start using the hashtag #wheresthejazz when you think of it so that our movement can be recognized.

For those with limited budgets, why not consider the spotlight section for a month where your CD cover is highlighted with a click through to your purchasing site.?  

To highlighting our thanks in this life, I will give those a 10% discount on all services, starting February 1st, the month of love to give back. Reach for me and let me know how I can help you.  Reserve your spot today!

One more thing, if you haven't heard about Periscope, please look into it. Periscope It's an app on your phone, its a live streaming tool that allows for you to connect directly with your fans and to create new followers.  It's connected to your twitter account, many of you should be using this tool from around the world to gain new fans and to meet others that can support your journey.  Please follow me on Periscope @THEJAZZNETWORK. I'll be presenting #wheresthejazz scopes, with live interviews with artists and personally promoting your music live to the world, as well as keeping up with all of you and letting you know how things are progressing here in our network and beyond.  I'm amazed at all the new talent I'm finding there, its addicting! Go to periscope.com to learn more, you will be hooked!! 

I look forward to supporting all of you however I can by keeping up my quest of #wheresthejazz.

Always from my heart,

Jaijai

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Comment by American Jazz Initiative on August 9, 2016 at 11:20pm

Hello all! Mark your calendars!! https://www.facebook.com/events/270494756660512/

Comment by Smooth Jazz 4 South Jersey on December 30, 2015 at 7:20am

HELLO & HAPPY-EST NEW YEAR TO ALL SMOOTH JAZZ LOVERS IN THE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY AREA…ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO MISS GETTING THEIR GROOVE ON AT THE FIREHOUSE CAFE IN MT. HOLLY...SMOOTH JAZZ 4 SOUTH JERSEY HAS YOU COVERED!

YOU KNOW THEY SAY "WHEN ONE DOOR CLOSES, ANOTHER DOOR OPENS", RIGHT? WELL IT'S UNFORTUNATE THAT THE FIREHOUSE CAFE CLOSED, "BUT" WE'RE OPENING ANOTHER "SMOOTH JAZZ SPOT" IN ATLANTIC CITY, AND IT'S A THE LUXURIOUS AND HISTORIC CLARIDGE HOTEL, AT THE HEART OF THE BOARDWALK.  IF YOU REALLY WANT TO GET YOUR REGULAR FILL OF YOUR FAVORITE TYPE OF JAZZ MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT, IN A CLASSY & INTIMATE SURROUNDING, THEN MAKE SURE TO SHOW UP & SHOW OUT WITH A NEW & EXCITING SERIES OF "SMOOTH JAZZ AFFAIRS", STARTING ON VALENTINE'S DAY(FEB. 14TH) WITH "LADY SAX" AUDREY WELBER & THE JAZZ 4 SOUL BAND

AND CONTINUING ON APRIL 10TH WITH NYC SENSATION YAZUYUKI "YAZ" TAKAGI & THE YAZ BAND.

TO FOLLOW THE SMOOTH JAZZ IN ATLANTIC CITY & OTHER SPOTS IN SOUTH JERSEY, PLEASE VISIT:

http://jamsinthecity.eventbrite.com

ALSO, PLEASE MAKE SURE TO VISIT & JOIN THE SOUTH JERSEY SMOOTH JAZZ LOVERS MEETUP GROUP (http://www.meetup.com/South-Jersey-Smooth-Jazz-Lovers-Meetup), WHERE I WILL BE OFFERING SPECIAL PRICING & GIVEAWAYS. 

The support of you the fans is the key to the success of a noteworthy presence and enjoyment of Smooth Jazz on this side of the Delaware River! SO THANK YOU IN ADVANCE & I LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING & GREETING YOU AT THE CLARIDGE!--Dorian-G

Comment by Marian Hayes on December 9, 2015 at 10:19pm

Blessings,

Sincere appreciation to you for creating this site. I hope to be an active member and sincerely would like to interview you in 2016.

Comment by Charity Elizabeth Sephus on November 25, 2015 at 9:46pm

Without a doubt, jazz is everywhere. We love the expressions, the freedom, and the fervor felt in heart-felt praise to our Almighty God of ages past and to come.  

If you're looking for a place to real and rock, or to serenely meditate. Follow the heart of Jazz.   He is everywhere.Because He loves me I have found new joys that were not mine before. Because he loves me in all  of life, I have a circle of unquestioned rest.  Beyond the beauty of my temporary stay here in this elegant  place of life, is the realization that He has prepared another place for me.   

Comment by Charity Elizabeth Sephus on November 23, 2015 at 6:14am

Leaning into it .  It connects so smoothly with the peace that passes all understanding, to rule in my heart at anytime.   My heart can sing when I pause to remember my youth with clean music around, enriched with the tone quality of my favorite artist. "Sho---weeeeeeeeeeeee" 

Comment by exe*Cute* on September 14, 2015 at 11:29pm

Gr8 place for Fine Jazz in Toronto, Canada !!

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GREGORY SIPP MOSAICS

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ALVIN QUEEN


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