Broadcasting traffic reports every 10 minutes on the 1s.
Apply for a NEXUS card and save wait times at the border.
Canada/US border cameras and traffic conditions.
Links to Swedish jazz bands and to The Swedish Bunk Johnson Society.
Open, unmoderated, Internet mailing list dealing exclusively with the discussion of America's original art form, Dixieland Jazz.
Source for lyrics to tunes from the first half of the 20th century.
Leading research center for the study of New Orleans jazz and related musical genres, including New Orleans ragtime, gospel, blues, rhythm and blues, and Creole songs.
Raising the profile of jazz and developing a sounding board for jazz by inviting bands, musicians and fans to share news and views about the jazz scene.
From performance opportunities to emergency living expenses to medical care to housing, the Jazz Foundation of America offers a variety of programs and assistance for jazz and blues musicians in need.
Info on jazz festivals, jazz breaks, venues, bands in the UK.
Voted as one of the Best Jazz Blogs of 2009 by the Jazz Journalists Association.
Films where you can see and hear jazz musicians.
News, views, and music of interest to jazz musicians and fans all over the world.
First and only centralized information source for the songs and instrumentals jazz musicians play most frequently.
Swedish clarinetist Lasse Collin's website of New Orleans sheet music plus photos, articles and links of interest to both musicians and non-musicians.
Stories about the cultural scene in New Orleans.
A documentary film telling the story of the original Pacific Northwest Dixieland Jazz scene.
Written by Ivan, self-described 'elderly gent from Nottingham, England', covering a wide range of jazz topics of interest to musicians and non-musicians alike.
Check out how Ken Burns' film "Jazz" was made and explore musicians' biographies, plus lots of other interesting info.
Calendar of jazz events in the SF Bay Area.
Recordings, articles, photos, newsletters.
Resources and Real Treasures to Explore, Appreciate, and Experience Jazz.
Monthly newspaper covering traditional jazz, ragtime and jazz travel.
Music of the 20s, 30s & 40s, all day.
Peter Maxa hosts The Jazz Age Broadcast Saturdays 7:00-8:00 pm - jazz and popular music from the 1920s and 1930s.
Various jazz programs all week long.
Swing Years & Beyond with Amanda Wilde, Sat 7 pm-midnight
Archive of all that is 1920s Jazz. Check out their "Tradition Lives On" category.
Video clips and vintage recordings of jazz artists and styles of the 1930s.
Hundreds of video clips posted by Bob Erwig, former cornetist with Toronto's Climax Jazz Band.
Broadcasts from Melbourne, Australia, playing music from the 1930s into the 1960s. Check out their program guide and then listen on your computer or iPod via www.tunein.com.
The best jazz music internet radio station providing the widest selection of music with the fewest interruptions.
The world's largest internet radio network.
Rae Ann Berry's jazz videos.
Franklin Clay Films' videos of classic jazz festivals/bands 2008-2013.
Susan Enefer's jazz videos.
Endless clips of OKOM, try entering 'dixieland', 'New Orleans jazz', traditional jazz' or name of any band or musician you're interested in.
Home of contemporary classic jazz and swing.
Bill Bissonnette's website - browse the catalog, hear sample sessions.
George H. Buck Jr's Jazz Foundation Family of Record Labels - album collections of well known greats and lesser known gems; plus a Record Collectors Discount Club.
Features thousands of new and rare CDs to sample, purchase and download. Traditional Jazz collection has been expanded to include more bands and styles.
Week-long workshop for young musicians at Lake Crescent, WA
Takes place during the Mammoth Lakes Jazz Jubilee
Week-long workshop for young musicians in Sacramento, CA
Mens' and ladies' t-shirts and note cards
T-shirts, dresses, suspenders, belts, hats, jewelry and accessories
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