What To Stream This Week

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SFJAZZ is set to rebroadcast a performance by Maceo Parker on New Year’s Eve.

(Photo: Simone Quattrociocchi/CC BY-SA 3.0)

As performers look to replace income from lost gigs and regain a sense of community amid the coronavirus pandemic, a number of musicians are using online streaming services to connect directly with fans. We’ll keep a running tab for the week below.

A fee is associated with some of the material listed here, and several items have been sourced from WBGO. DB

Dec. 28: Lafayette Gilchrist

Dec. 28: Steve Turre

Dec. 28: Jon Beshay Quartet

Dec. 29: A Live Virtual Chat With Women Leaders In Jazz

Dec. 29: Spike Wilner Quartet

Dec. 29: Eva Novoa

Dec. 29: Allan Harris

Dec. 29: Buster Williams Quartet

Dec. 30: John Chin Quintet

Dec. 30: Louis Hayes Cannonball Legacy Quartet

Dec. 30: Tim Berne/Scott Colley/Nasheet Waits

Dec. 31: Lucinda Williams

Dec. 31: Emmet Cohen Trio

Dec. 31: Hiromi

Dec. 31: Chris Potter Quartet

Dec. 31: Johnny O’Neal

Dec. 31: Pink Martini Holiday Spectacular

Dec. 31: The Jungle Show With Billy F. Gibbons, Jimmie Vaughan & Sue Foley

Jan. 1: Chris Potter Quartet

Jan. 1: Maceo Parker

Jan. 1: Corey Wallace Dubtet

Jan. 1: Jake Shimabukuro

Jan. 2: David Gibson Quartet

Jan. 3: Bill Heid Trio

Jan. 3: Ralph Lalama & Bop-Juice

Updated Dec. 29



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