“Smooth Jazz and More” joins the Smithsonian Institute in celebrating Jazz Appreciation Month in April.
This the 10th Anniversary of the event, designed to promote the rich history of an original American art form. Schools, organizations, and even local governments, celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month with events ranging from free concerts to educational programs.
For our part, starting tomorrow we’ll be playing public service announcements from various music artists, including Gerald Albright, Herb Albert, Winton Marsalis and many, many others.
We’ll also be adjusting our format (slightly) to include recordings from legendary jazz artists, such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, John Coltrane and many others. Plus, be listening for our 1st annual “Dolphy Day” celebration! (More info to follow!)
Wanna celebrate with Jazz Appreciation Month? Go to a jazz concert, buy a jazz CD, or listen to “Smooth Jazz and More” all day and night.
Jazz…made in America, enjoyed around the world!
For more information on Jazz Appreciation Month, go to SmithsonianJazz.org