Over the last ten years Jazzwise has become the biggest-selling jazz magazine in Britain. In fact it now outsells all the other UK jazz magazines put together. With agenda-setting news and comment, a comprehensive gig guide, in-depth features, exclusive interviews and over 100 CDs, books and DVDs reviewed in each issue it’s become widely acknowledged as the monthly music bible for serious music fans.
Regular features include the latest
news in the jazz world;
book and DVD reviews;
a guide to the best gigs and concerts around the country and
your letters to the editor.
The June issue of Jazzwise, the UK’s biggest selling jazz monthly, hits the streets on 25 May with a striking cover featuring renowned British jazz composer Django Bates as he salutes The Beatles’ iconic masterpiece, Sgt, Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, as the album marks its 50th anniversary this month. In an exclusive interview Bates reveals how he transformed this rock classic into a large scale jazz big band work, which he’ll be performing at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club over six nights in September. Also in this issue is a ‘lost interview’ with jazz giant Gerry Mulligan; an interview with rising star pianist Andrew McCormack about his prog-jazz album Graviton; pianist Jamie Saft discusses his new album with three tracks featuring rock legend Iggy Pop, and Hammond hero Joey DeFrancesco talks about the album that changed his life in Turning Point. And lest you forget Jazzwise brings you all the latest news and gossip from the jazz scene; as well as over 100 new, archive and vinyl album reviews, plus books, DVDs, lives reviews and our essential nationwide gig guide – more jazz than you’ll ever hear!