What To Stream This Week


Check out the Kenny Barron Trio on March 20.

(Photo: Courtesy Jazz Forum Arts)

As performers look to replace income from lost gigs and regain a sense of community amid the coronavirus pandemic, some are using online streaming services to connect directly with fans. Here are a few events streaming this week. A fee is associated with some of the material listed, and some items have been sourced from WBGO, WDCB and WWOZ. So, please support jazz radio, too. DB

March 15-21: Fred Hersch, Seven Days of Streams

March 16: SXSW

March 17: Bob Weir and Wolf Brothers (with Don Was, Jay Lane)

March 19: Sullivan Fortner via Dacamera

March 19: Jacob Slocum’s Rose Window at Constellation (Chicago)

March 20: Adiaphora Orchestra at Constellation (Chicago)

March 19-21: Derek Douget Band, A Night In New Orleans

March 20: Honoring Pat Martino, Alternative Guitar Summit 2021

March 20: Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox—Live (USA)

March 20: Yoko Miwa, East Coast Jazz Festival

March 20: Kenny Barron Trio at the Jazz Forum

March 21: Honoring Pat Martino, Alternative Guitar Summit 2021

March 21: Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox—Live (AUS)

March 21: Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox—Live (UK)

March 21: Tom Andy’s “Double-Keys” Quartet at Murray’s (Columbia, Missouri)

March 21: Amina Claudine Myers Birthday Salon

March 21: John Fedchock’s New York Sextet

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    “Bill Stewart has nothing to prove,” Baron says. “I aspire to that ethic.”

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    “At this point in my life I’m still looking for the note,” Lloyd says. “But I’m a little nearer.”

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    ​Christian McBride and writer Ashley Kahn meet for a DownBeat Blindfold Test hosted by New York University’s Jazz Studies program.

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    Samara Joy brought fans to their feet in the middle of her Newport set!

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    ’You can’t simply book a festival with things that you like,” Christian McBride says of the Newport Jazz Festival. “You have a responsibility to present up-and-coming artists who people don’t know yet. And you have to get people in the seats.”