May 27: Nick Finzer is No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Nick Finzer Legacy: A Centennial Celebration Of J.J. Johnson (Outside In Music).

Most added (+28) and biggest mover (+80) is Gregory Groover Lovabye (Criss Cross).

Highest debut is Kamasi Washington Fearless Movement (Young).

Most reported (44 stations) is Monty Alexander D-Day (PEEWEE!).


Previous weeks

May 20: Third straight week at No. 1 for Snorre Kirk

No. 1 for a third consecutive week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Snorre Kirk Top Dog (Stunt).

Most added (+22) and biggest mover (+34) is Karrin Allyson A Kiss for Brazil (Origin).

Highest debut is Melissa Aldana Echoes of the Inner Prophet (Blue Note).

Most reported (41 stations) are Black Art Jazz Collective Truth To Power (HighNote), Monty Alexander D-Day (PEEWEE!), and Charles McPherson Reverence (Smoke Sessions).

May 13: Snorre Kirk repeats at No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Snorre Kirk Top Dog (Stunt).

Most added (+18) is Ron Miles Old Main Chapel (Blue Note).

Biggest mover (+75) and highest debut (No. 19) is Charles McPherson Reverence (Smoke Sessions).

Most reported (45 stations) is Monty Alexander D-Day (PEEWEE!).

May 6: Snorre Kirk is No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and tied for most reported (44 stations) is Snorre Kirk Top Dog (Stunt).

Most added (+20) is Bill Frisell Orchestras (Blue Note).

Biggest mover (+57) is Charles McPherson Reverence (Smoke Sessions).

Highest debut (No. 35) is Seulah Noh Jazz Orchestra NOhMAD (Self-Released).

Tied with Snorre Kirk Top Dog (Stunt) for most reported (44 stations) are Black Art Jazz Collective Truth To Power (HighNote) and Lynne Arriale Being Human (Challenge).

April 29: Black Art Jazz Collective is No. 1 a fourth week

At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a fourth week is Black Art Jazz Collective Truth To Power (HighNote).

Most added (+20) is Jacky Terrasson Moving On (Naïve / Earth-Sounds).

Biggest mover (+72) and highest debut (No. 21) is Jeremy Pelt Tomorrow’s Another Day (HighNote).

Most reported (43 stations) is One for All ft. George Coleman Big George (Smoke Sessions).

April 22: Snorre Kirk, Black Art Jazz Collective tie at No. 1

Tied at No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and for most reported (45 stations) are Snorre Kirk Top Dog (Stunt) and Black Art Jazz Collective Truth To Power (HighNote), in its third week at No. 1.

Most added (+28) is Melissa Aldana Echoes of the Inner Prophet (Blue Note).

Biggest mover (+77) is Nick Finzer Legacy: A Centennial Celebration Of J.J. Johnson (Outside In Music).

Highest debut (No. 30) is Kandace Springs Run Your Race (SRP).

April 15: Black Art Jazz Collective repeats at No. 1

At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a second week and most reported (50 stations) is Black Art Jazz Collective Truth To Power (HighNote).

Most added (+22) are Noah Haidu Standards II (Sunnyside) and Lizz Wright Shadow (Blues & Greens).

Biggest mover (+53) is The Jazz Defenders Memory In Motion (ITI Music).

Highest debut (No. 28) is Charles Lloyd The Sky Will Still Be There Tomorrow (Blue Note).